Quotes from Ragnarok

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Quotes from Ragnarok

Progress has always been perilous. Once we were freezing and so we made fires. Sometimes our houses burned down and sometimes even whole villages. But we would never revert to the life we had without fire. Same thing goes for cars. Hundreds of people die in traffic every year. So we make safer cars, we don't go back to horses and carriages.

ProgressSaxa Jutul in Ragnarok, Season 1 Episode 4
 
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You have to do something yourself, that's the only thing that works. No one else dares to oppose those in power. But I do.

Magne Seier in Ragnarok, Season 1 Episode 3
 
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Teacher: "They are brothers, but you are not twins. They will be in the same class, anyway."
Laurits: "I skipped a few years ahead, and Magne... well... he's good at other stuff."

Laurits Seier in Ragnarok, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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I threw a hammer a distance of 541 meters. Checked the world record and it's 86 meters.

Magne Seier in Ragnarok, Season 1 Episode 2
 
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Magne: "Something has happened to me since we came to Edda. I can do stuff I couldn't do before."
Laurits: "You still can't read."

Laurits Seier in Ragnarok, Season 1 Episode 2
 
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Today I fixed a wheel with my bare hands. And I can see much better. I don't know what's going on.

Magne Seier in Ragnarok, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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Today I was run over by a snowplow. I didn't even get a bruise. Have I become invincible? I don't know why I can do all these things out of a sudden. Can't be a coincidence. It's like all my senses are sharper. My vision is improved, my sense of smell is better, and I have never been this strong before.

Magne Seier in Ragnarok, Season 1 Episode 3
 
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Ragnarok. The end of the world. The final clash between the gods and the giants. The gods represented law and order and the giants, chaos. The balance of the world depended on the struggle between them. But the gods were betrayed and died, and what happened to the giants we don't know.

Ragnarok, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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That society and industry are trying to sell us a reality that is not real.

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I am the king of my own land facing dust storms and I will fight until the end.

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Perhaps the problem is greater than any of us can see. Perhaps a fundamental balance has been undone.

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Ragnarok, in Norse mythology, is the definition of the end of the world. Ragnarok begins with natural disasters and culminates in the great battle between the gods and the giants.

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