To raise the dead, they have to send a messenger across the gulf. Æthelwold tells Uhtred that if they leave now to see Bjorn, they can be back in two days for the wedding. S3 Unbeknownst to them, Uhtred remains hidden under the floorboards. Odda would’ve liked to see his land of Devonshire once more. Alfred is prepared for whatever may come, Beocca replies. ("Episode 2.7"), A Witan is held in Winchester. Ragnar states that nothing has changed and they will march when the time comes. Odda will not put up with Æthelwold’s lies of being the successor to the king. Cnut wonders how he will do so. However, Beocca and Pyrlig refuse to allow them to pass. Aethelwold is a main character in The Saxon Stories, and in seasons one to three of The Last Kingdom. He was a member of the Wuffingas dynasty, which ruled East Anglia from their regio (centre of royal authority) at Rendlesham. I have squeezed and kissed them all. Cnut encourages him to do so tonight. Æthelwold was King Æthelred's son and Alfred's nephew. He is accused of conspiring with the Danes to ride against Mercia and Wessex. However, Æthelwold sees it as his loyalty to the crown, which may some day rest on his head, as the Witan and Ealdormen are known to be unpredictable. Æthelwold questions why Uhtred cares. Wulfhere tells Uhtred that it doesn’t matter that he killed Ubba. Æthelwold then swears his allegiance to Edward. Æthelwold begs for mercy, but Alfred orders Steapa to take him away. ("Episode 1.8"), Winchester, Wessex; Æthelwold attends a Witan in Winchester. Skorpa then kills him. ("Episode 3.7"), Æthelwold is taken before the village to have a public blinding, sanctioned by Alfred. ("Episode 1.6"), Five days of raiding, and they’ve turned up with nothing. Wimborne lay right on this faultline and, as far as we can tell, Æthelwold’s supporters were west of it. Residence Thyra exits the house and tells Æthelwold that he’s welcome to look inside. Æthelwold is a complex character, self-serving but self-loathing and able to display ridiculous, almost comical self-importance as well as acute and candid self-awareness. Beocca leaves as Sigebriht arrives. Realizing that tyrant he has become and the treason he has committed, Odda kills Young Odda. Edward retorts that she isn’t a whore. Æthelwold predicts that Uhtred is about to desert them. Wulfhere sends Mildrith to meet with Ælswith. Women of all sizes. Suddenly, more men start to appear. Uhtred stabs Æthelwold in his chest, sending him to hell and setting Ragnar free. Æthelwold convinces Uhtred and Finan to join him inside for ale. Young Odda surmises that Alfred is in fact his successor. Will Netflix give us the opportunity to see what lies ahead? Uhtred demands that he admit to killing Ragnar. Suddenly, they are ambushed by the Wessex and Mercian army. Æthelwold does so reluctantly while begging to have his life spared. Æthelwold wishes to kill both Edward and Uhtred, though the former is the easier target. With Alexander Dreymon, Eliza Butterworth, Ian Hart, Arnas Fedaravicius. He gives his condolences to Brida. "Death of Kings" He wants to stake his claim on the throne, but drinking and womanizing take priority. She tells them that the silver is under his throne and they begin searching. ("Episode 3.1"), Æthelwold wishes to speak with Brother Godwin. ("Episode 3.10"). Uhtred tells Æthelwold to not sleep or else he might not awaken. Though he shows considerable personal growth throughout Seasons 1 and 2, and a genuine intent to prove his worth off the royal path, both to himself and to his friends, Æthelwold is regularly tempted astray and grows more bitter and reckless as he grows older, particularly as the young Edward is groomed to become Alfred's heir which only rubs salt in Æthelwold's wounded pride. ("Episode 3.4"), Ragnar leads Brida, Cnut, Bloodhair, Æthelwold, and the great army to Wessex, during which time Cnut tells Æthelwold that Ragnar is planning to kill him soon. Æthelwold watches silently as this unfolds. As king, Æthelwold is prepared to negotiate. Immature and petulant, Aethelwold has led a sheltered life. ("Episode 3.3"), Æthelwold demands to know why Ragnar and Cnut are allowing Uhtred to leave after he beat Bloodhair in a battle. Should his father die, Odda will become one of the richest man in Wessex. Bloodhair and Aethelwold try to coax Uhtred into their alliance against Alfred. They must crawl on their knees to the palace and kiss the cross and lie flat down on their face. Their rivals have between 40 and 50 men. They invade the fortress, killing many men. He asks Æthelwold’s opinion on paying a ransom for Æthelflæd. Notice Æthelwold even makes mention of Uhtred desecrating his wife's grave. Uhtred enters their camp, cuts off Sigefrid's hand and forces the brothers to leave the land. The finale was excellent. Sending Pyrlig To Wealas Secretly. Should Godwin does as he is asked, Æthelwold will ensure that he is given a lady to fondle. Æthelred was born in about 848 and died in 871, so his sons must have been young children when he died. They find the north gate open and unguarded. Uhtred realizes that the signal was to alert the Danes to attack their camp. Copyright © 2010-2020 New Video Channel America, LLC. ("Episode 3.7"), Æthelwold asks how Alfred is doing. Movies. And so, only one eye on will be taken. ("Episode 2.7"), Æthelwold finds Odda at a pub and tells him that he doesn’t agree with the payment of the ransom. 3. Æthelred refers to his son as an embarrassment and an unsuitable heir. He tells Uhtred that the dead speak. Brother Asser takes them to meet King Peredur. Season four of The Last Kingdom is widely expected to cover books seven and eight of Bernard Cornwell’s saga, The Pagan Lord and The Empty Throne.Alfred the Great is dead, as is his ever-conniving nephew Aethelwold; Alfred’s son Edward the Elder sits on the throne of Wessex; his daughter Aethelflaed is wed to the ruler of Mercia; … Æthelwold claims he plans to change. He pleads for his life, but his prayers go unanswered. Æthelwold intends to spread the rumors that Uhtred wishes to allow the Danes to rule Wessex. "The Last Kingdom" He goes to see his father, but Alfred informs him that the king is dead. He plots with Sigebriht to pay a visit to Beocca’s house. Cause of Death Once it is done, Æthelwold will have Cnut’s protection. Uhtred tells Æthelwold not to speak. Brother Asser has brought them a gift from King Peredur, of the Britons. Æthelwold brings Odda a blade to kill himself with. That is what Æthelwold has put in danger. Before long, Uhtred, Finan, Sihtric, and Osferth arrive with Lady Æthelflæd. Æthelhelm distrusts Æthelwold and sees the children as nothing more than bastards. He slowly approaches him from behind and begins to draw his sword, but he sheathes his blade and offers Alfred company. They claim that Uhtred is inside his home and wish to take a look. ("Episode 3.10"), Brida, Cnut, Hæsten, and Æthelwold lead their army into the woodlands, where they find their spies hanging from trees. Young Odda tells Uhtred that he’s charged with taking a troop of the king’s men into Cornwalum and making war against the Britons. What matters is that Young Odda has claimed the credit. Male Æthelwold appears amused by Ceolwulf’s rage. He also reveals to Hæsten and Bloodhair that it was Æthelwold who killed Ragnar in his sleep. ("Episode 3.6"), Winchester, Wessex; Æthelwold returns and drinks a cup of ale before being snatched up by Father Pyrlig and the guard. Æthelwold replies that he is becoming more like his father by the day. Æthelwold wants their disloyalty towards Alfred. They proceed fertilize the grave with his blood. Alfred struggles to get up from his seat, but he does so and tells Æthelwold he should’ve remained with the Danes. Æthelred's wife was probably the Wulfthryth who witnessed a charter in 868. ("Episode 3.7"), During the Witan, Æthelwold asks Sigebriht about the girl that he once loved, who Edward impregnated. Episode 4 There are two Northmen, Sigefrid and Erik, two Godless brothers with a voracious appetite for land, silver, slaves and war. Æthelwold then informs Æthelhelm that he is not Edward’s first father-in-law. Finan and Sihtric arrive, joining Beocca and Pyrlig. He made a whore of a young girl and left her pupped. ("Episode 3.4"), Æthelwold waits for the army to fall asleep and creeps around camp to Ragnar’s tent. ("Episode 1.8"), Leofric notices that Æthelwold has a Dane’s knife. He holds an axe to the queen’s throat as his men walk out with the riches. First Appearance A viking warrior who goes by the name Bloodhair (Ola Rapace) is preparing to march against Alfred, guided by a … During the chase, Æthelwold hits his head on a branch and falls off the horse. He tells Uhtred that he’s not the nephew of the king, but rather the king, claiming that Alfred is only pretending. Sorprendentemente, esto está inspirado en eventos de la historia real. ("Episode 3.5"), Hæsten arrives in Hunstanton with Skade, where he regroups with Bloodhair and Cnut. A subreddit for "The Last Kingdom," the BBC/Netflix television show set in medieval England. Beocca instructs Uhtred to lay flat and kiss the cross. They meet up with Æthelred and Aldhelm, neither haven’t crossed a single man. And that Uhtred is with him. 24 episodes (see below) The king is positioned at the centre of the pieces. Æthelwold would understand if Sigebriht chose not to serve Edward, but they don’t have much of a choice. They charge forward and then turn around, joining forces with the Danes and killing Peredur’s men. Then, Ragnar kills Kjartan. Stabbed in the chest by Uhtred. Æthelwold asks what are his thoughts on Edward becoming king. Odda explains that he lied to his men and told them that they were there to fight on Alfred’s orders. Alfred grants Leofric’s request. Winchester, Wessex Alfred also won’t allow him to fight. Odda reveals that Uhtred was last seen in Northumbria. Cnut takes a spear and launches it into the chest of Sigebriht, killing him. ("Episode 3.9"), Æthelwold and Sigebriht meet with Æthelred and Aldhelm to propose an uprising against Edward. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. He then drags the woman out of bed and stakes her with Ragnar’s sword before putting the blade he used to kill them both in her hand, so that it will seem as if she killed Ragnar. Brother Asser watches from the bushes before running off. He wishes to join them as well as Ragnar and Uhtred. First Appearance Manipulative, Æthelwold is considerably smarter than meets the eye and displays good judgement for people's character, motivations, weaknesses and wounds, which he will often wield to turn them into allies of circumstance (though he will often switch sides if he finds himself in a predicament or sees a new opportunity to seize.). The big tits, the small tits. The only other record of Æthelwold before Alfred's death is as a witness to a charter that probably dates to the 890s. ("Episode 1.6"), Æthelwold later attends Uhtred and Leofric's Witan after they discover of their plunder. It had a little bit of everything. After they’re gone, Iseult tells Uhtred that she can get him more silver. However, Edward points out that it was Uhtred who served well in Beamfleot. Æthelwold goes to find Alfred. ("Episode 1.6"), Guthrum and the Danes infiltrate the palace. Leofric’s grave is to be marked like that of an Ealdorman. He claims that Uhtred humps her, but he has been banished from Wessex, likely headed to Dunholm. I’ve finally finished the 3rd season of The Last Kingdom. Æthelwold claims he was invited and the same will happen for Uhtred. Family Pyrlig confronts Æthelwold and Sigebriht outside of Beocca’s house. Æthelwold pleads for mercy. Despite his desire for the throne and growing resentment towards Alfred for inheriting it, he is very aware of his uncle's intellectual might and worth as a leader and harbours great admiration and even love for him, feelings with which he struggles as he tries to find the right path for himself. ("Episode 1.6"), The following day, Uhtred, Leofric, and Æthelwold lead King Peredur, Brother Asser, and his men into battle. Alfred now wants for word to be sent that he is king and will fight alongside the sword of Wessex. Ragnar questions why Alfred stole the crown. After winning the battle, they plan to return to Wessex. Winchester, Wessex; Æthelwold is scolded by King Æthelred for being drunk in the garden. Æthelwold agrees that it should be put into God’s hands. Having led a sheltered youth he is immature, petulant and generally cowardly. Æthelwold refuses to stand by and watch while power and wealth is given to Æthelred. However, Æthelwold claims that he got the idea from Young Odda, but it changes nothing. The show follows Uhtred, a Danish warrior who's pledged his sword to the Saxon cause. He admits to being in Cornwalum with Uhtred. However, as they approach, the Britons exit the fortress. Sigebriht awaits inside and shares that he stands for a strong Wessex and that his interest may align with Æthelwold’s at times. ("Episode 1.6"), Uhtred and Leofric make a deal with the Danes and return to their horses and inform Æthelwold and the others of their plans to double cross King Peredur. Odda accuses Æthelred of putting all kingdoms at risk, making him the fool he always believed him to be. Notice Æthelhelm wants him executed for his actions. Aldhelm demands to know what he wants. Suddenly, fire is set in a tower above. Cnut helps Æthelwold up and agrees that they shouldn’t have allowed Uhtred to leave. This article is about Æthelhelm, but you may be looking for this Æthelhelm. ("Episode 2.4"), Æthelwold, Uhtred, Ragnar, Brida, Hild, Finan, Sihtric, Steapa, and Beocca lead an army of men to Dunholm. He later follows Uhtred into battle against the brothers. Æthelwold claims that he took it off a Dane he killed in Winchester. Ragnar's death is the most hard-hitting of The Last Kingdom. ("Episode 2.2"), The kingdom of Winchester meet with Lord Ceolwulf. He wants Uhtred’s assurance that he will keep the peace. He is also charged with joining forces with Skorpa. The two Anglo-Saxon cemeteries at Sutton Hoo, the monastery at Iken, the East Anglian see at Dommoc and the emerging port of Ipswichwer… Æthelwold: Oh, Lord, I am a sinner! He holds a grudge against Alfred as a result. As Alfred the Great defends his kingdom from Norse invaders, Uhtred - born a Saxon but raised by Vikings - seeks to claim his ancestral birthright. The punishment for these crimes is death. It would take God’s intervention for Uhtred to beat him. Light Brown/Dirty Blonde Beyond Watling Street. Not only that, he wasn't able to reach Valhalla initially, because, again, Æthelwold sucks. He claims his bastard children to be legitimate. Uhtred stands over Leofric’s body. However, Skorpa has double crossed Uhtred, Leofric, and Æthelwold. Æthelwold will wait until he sleeps. Alfred considers their land to be one, but Ceolwulf objects. They cross paths with five men. Release Calendar DVD & Blu-ray Releases Top Rated Movies Most Popular Movies Browse Movies by Genre Top Box Office Showtimes & Tickets Showtimes & Tickets In Theaters Coming Soon Coming Soon Movie News India Movie Spotlight. ("Episode 3.6"), Bloodhair believes Ragnar’s death to be an omen and that they should postpone the fight, but Cnut wants to push forward. ("Episode 3.9"), Æthelwold informs Sigebriht that Uhtred is in Winchester and that he had been pardoned. Æthelwold expresses his concerns of the Northemen in Beamfleot. To watch full episodes, you must have a cable provider that supports When Beocca traveled to Dunholm, it was Æthelwold who welcomed him. Alfred wants it known that God, Alfred and the Ealdormen of Wessex are watching them. The time has come. He tells the unidentified tag-along to lower his hood. For all of Æthelwold's family, see below ("Episode 3.10"), As Edward declares that his father's pardon of Uhtred will stand, Æthelwold continuously argue that Edward is nothing more than an ætheling and such decisions aren’t his to make. ("Episode 1.3"), Wulfhere kicks Æthelwold awake as he sleeps in a cell. While the battle was indeed won, there could be more ahead. And then God and the king will forgive them. ("Episode 3.2"), Æthelwold and Offa meet with Bloodhair and Hæsten. Hands down. Æthelwold, also known as Æthelwald or Æþelwald (Old English: Æþelwald "noble ruler"; reigned c. 654–664), was a 7th-century king of East Anglia, the long-lived Anglo-Saxon kingdom which today includes the English counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. For all of Æthelwold's family, see below. This browser is supported only in Windows 10 and above. Family Leofric is introduced as a witness. They kill many Saxons in search of Alfred. I have known women, Lord, lots and lots of women! Appeared in The king has heard of them and wants to enlist in their help as the king is under attack by a fellow Briton, Callyn. Æthelwold is certain that Alfred will make Uhtred tend to the matter, as he is a kingmaker, and it could pose a threat to Edward. Once Guthrum is alone, Æthelwold approaches him as the rightful King of Wessex. In East Anglia, he was seen with Dane leaders. Just under the hay, they find a chest filled with silver, including a large cross, which Uhtred tells them is not for plunder. He holds a grudge against Alfred as a result. The Last Kingdom is an Anglo-Saxon series on Netflix, and it follows the conflict between the Saxons and the Danes during the attempt to unify England as one country. ("Episode 2.5"), Skald’s Hall; Æthelwold takes Uhtred, Finan, Sihtric, and Clapa to see Bjorn rise. Skorpa promises him that he will be spared. He then asks about Uhtred’s stance. ("Episode 2.8"), King Alfred, Æthelwold, Æthelred, Aldhelm, and Steapa lead an army of warriors to stop Odda and the Devonshire fyrd. This great, magnificent warrior is cut down in his bed but the most annoying character on the show Æthelwold. ("Episode 3.10"), Æthelwold realizes that he has become a target of Uhtred and Brida after they learned that he killed Ragnar. They arrive just outside the fortress and breach the East wall. He has decided to accept Æthelwold’s word. Æthelwold and his older brother Æthelhelm are first recorded in King Alfred's will in the 880s. To keep Wessex safe, they must look beyond its borders, where Christians suffer under the same rule of the Danes. "Episode 1.2" When he is made to grovel before Alfred he uses the occasion to stir the crowd into laughing, ridiculing the punishment as well as himself, thus indirectly shaming Alfred, and gaining Uhtred's favour in the process for although Æthelwold does harbour great pride he is not one bit hindered by it, keeping his eye on the big picture. Æthelwold suspects that Alfred wants him dead, which is his reason for sending him along. Odda instructs Leofric to take Æthelwold to a monastery for him to be educated. He surmises that the real reason Beocca came was to ask that Uhtred save her. Episode 3 53m. He tells Æthelwold that the time may come when he needs his help. He’s to be Alfred’s errand-boy. Ragnar reaches for his sword so that he may go to Valhalla, but Æthelwold pulls it away. Family ("Episode 2.4"), Æthelwold, Uhtred, Ragnar, Hild, Finan, Steapa, and Beocca head to Eoferwic. Odda explains that he’s done what he had to for Wessex. Æthelhelm is not heard of again, and he probably died soon afterwards. Uhtred steals a horse and goes chasing after Æthelwold. Despite his flaws, there is good in Aethelwold and a bond develops with fellow misfit, Uhtred. They have many raiders from the Daneland. Episodes; Characters; Videos; Where to Watch; About; Aethelwold. As Alfred leaves, Æthelwold lies to the remaining Ealdormen, claiming that his father named him as his successor before he died. They suspect that he’s made a deal with Danes in order to steal the throne. ("Episode 1.6"), They return to King Peredur’s kingdom, where they find Queen Iseult awaiting their arrival. 4. Ælswith adds that it’s too late and that Uhtred can be across the seas by now. Alfred is Wessex. ("Episode 1.3"), Æthelwold wakes up in the barn after a night of sex with a local Saxon woman. Skorpa whispers something into Iseult’s ear before releasing her and leaving. Æthelwold reveals himself and explains that he merely wanted to be part of the adventure. He asks Æthelwold how it looked. And for his actions, Æthelwold will be blinded. Content from both the books and the TV series are welcome! Æthelwold presents them with an alliance. He reveals that Alfred lives and that they came at night in thousands. ("Episode 1.8"), Æthelwold greets Uhtred and Leofric as they arrive at Odd's estate to order the raise of the fyrd, but Young Odda refuses. Hæsten informs Bloodhair that Skade belongs to him now. ("Episode 3.2"), Æthelwold finds Offa and informs him of his intent to form his own guard. Æthelwold reminds them that it’s their birthright to be kings. He begs for forgiveness, but the king is not amused and walks away. Æthelwold claims that the crown of Wessex is his and unlike Alfred, he doesn’t want to control Mercia. Many are saying that Uhtred will swear himself to Edward, which Æthelwold can’t allow. He claims to have seen the corpse in Mercia. However, he occasionally shows surprising bravery; being a man with a wounded ego, little to lose, and a lot to prove (though, in Uhtred's own words, he is "as much a warrior as he is a king."). Æthelwold claims that Alfred and Edward are in his prayers daily. Leofric demands Wulfhere’s head for his treacherous ways. Portrayer Appeared in Aethelwold’s bitterness towards just about everyone at this point is a cancer, and because of Alfred’s inability to do what needed to be done, I feel like something bad is on the way. He mustn’t let Edward’s reputation grow. They brought him into their trust and told him their plans. Ælswith overhears Æthelwold sewing seeds of doubt to Æthelhelm and instructs Steapa to escort Æthelwold away. They go to war with the Danes and eventually manage to subdue them. He demands swords and the men to carry them. Admittedly, it’s not an opinion that he’s willing to say out loud. Brida reminds Æthelwold that he was supposed to kill Uhtred, questioning if he couldn’t find Uhtred sleeping, similar to how he killed Ragnar. Immature and petulant, Aethelwold has led a sheltered life. I love The Last Kingdom. Again, Ceolwulf wants swords, even as Alfred proposes an alliance. He assures them Bjorn speaks the truth. ("Episode 3.2"), Æthelwold, Offa and two others arrive in Aegelesburg to see Æthelred. Leofric manages to stab and kill Wulfhere during the battle.