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  • The slave who escaped from Halfdan's farm trekked through mountains in the middle of a blizzard to find freedom, only to pass out at Thors' doorstep half dead from exhaustion and frostbite. When Thors nurses him awake, the slave can only tearfully beg the man not to give him back to his owner, saying he has nowhere else to go. The slave dies later that day, his only consolations being that Thors purchased his freedom to spare him Halfdan's further cruelty and promised him a warm and peaceful utopia in the afterlife.
  • Thors being cruelly murdered in front of his young son, pleading for the lives of the boys he had taken with him, then Ari desperately trying to avenge him as tears stream from his eyes, only to be smacked down by Askeladd. That night, Thorfinn sneaks onto Askeladd's ship and vows to take his revenge, only to break down sobbing soon after. Thus ends Thorfinn's innocent childhood and begins a harsh life of war and vengeance.
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  • Ylva, struggling to take care of her mother after both her father and brother are gone, Thorfinn presumed dead and Thors murdered. She desperately tries to keep up a tough and indifferent face to maintain focus on nursing her mother and completing house work, but she breaks down into tears after several days of hard living.
  • The English woman watching in disbelief as Thorfinn's countrymen sack her village, after she had saved his life and treated him as if he were her own son, even going as far as to protect from a soldier on the hunt for him. Thorfinn begging her to run for her life as she just stands there staring at him in horror and disappointment.
  • The girl found in the snow, holding onto the ring she stole, after fleeing the slaughter of her entire family.
  • Askeladd's backstory. He was born into slavery and forced to work in smithies and stables since he could walk, doing everything he could to feed and support his mother. His mother was a Welsh princess who was captured by a Viking warlord named Olaf and locked in his bedroom to be used as his sex slave for years. She was only released when she became too sickly to keep in his palace, and even then she was just thrown into the stables like an animal. After getting into his father's good graces, Askeladd killed Olaf out of revenge for his mom and travelled all the way back to Wales so she could die and be buried in her homeland. And to think that up until this point the readers had been lead to believe Askeladd was nothing more than an amoral bastard out for himself.
  • The death of Ragnar. Askeladd felt that Ragnar's mollycoddling of Prince Canute was doing nothing to help the prince mature into the man he needed to be rule over Denmark, so he had him killed to spur the prince into growing for himself. Ragnar makes one last request to Askeladd to be able to say goodbye to his beloved prince, only to be met by a cold and resolute 'No'.


    • Canute has a dream after his father figure is killed. Ragnar's spirit admits that he did not raise Canute to become a mighty warrior and king and that his frailty and current predicament is his fault. Canute tearfully begs Ragnar not to leave him as he was the only man to truly love and respect Canute all his life. Once Canute wakes up, he finally comes to terms with the fact that no one else in his life cares for him, not even his own father, King Sweyn.
  • Askeladd's entire crew being slaughtered by Thorkell's men. They may have been murderous thugs themselves, but they still had lives and desires of their own and wanted nothing more than to earn some measure of comfort and compensation after struggling for weeks to keep Prince Canute safe in enemy lands. Thorkell doesn't even spare those who surrender directly to him a second glance, cutting them to shreds like he was swatting away flies.
  • Bjorn, dying in Askeladd's arms. Bjorn tells Askeladd that all he wanted was to be Askeladd's friend, to which his leader replies that he was, in fact, Askeladd's only friend. However, given that Askeladd himself admitted that he despised Norse warriors, it's not clear if he told Bjorn the truth, or merely sought to comfort him in his dying moments.
  • Askeladd getting stabbed by Canute, right in front of Thorfinn. Thorfinn loses it when he realized he had been robbed of his chance to get proper revenge for Thors' death, making everything he'd done to achieve that goal over the past ten years utterly pointless. Worse still, at the same time, Thorfinn realized Askeladd had essentially become his surrogate father, and he simultaneously wanted to save his life and kill Askeladd himself. The fact that Askeladd was stabbed right after telling Thorfinn to stay away, making Thorfinn think that Askeladd cared for him in the end and that his distraction caused his death by Canute's hands.
  • The death of Lucius "Askeladd" Artorius Castus, rightful king of Britannia. He was undoubtedly the most fun, interesting, and sympathetic character in the story up until this point, and seeing him die was quite a blow. However, he did die content, knowing that his sacrifice saved his ancestral home of Wales from invasion, gave Prince Canute the means to seize power and start enacting his goal of bringing peace to the world, and spurred Thorfinn to cease his quest for vengeance and become a true warrior, just as Thors would have wanted.
  • Thorfinn, after Askeladd's death, becoming a hollow shell of his former self; a submissive and melancholic slave constantly pushed around by his owners with none of the exuberance of his childhood, the pride and belligerence of his adolescence, or even the will to stand up for himself.
  • Seeing that Canute ultimately could not overcome the power of the crown.
  • Arnheid's backstory. She lost her home, family and freedom for "pots and pans". (The men of her village all went off to battle over an iron mine and her village was attacked by raiders in their absence, forcing her into slavery.)
  • Gardar using his final breaths to talk to Arneis about how he's going to be a good father to Hjalti, not realizing that their son is dead or that he's dying.
  • Arnheid is brutally beaten by Ketil for trying to escape, despite being pregnant with Ketil's child. Arnheid loses the baby as a result. She dies of her injuries shortly after being bought and freed at the same time as Thorfinn.
  • Einar ends up desiring revenge for what happened to Arnheid. Thornfinn manages to talk him out of it, knowing firsthand the pain and suffering caused by the thirst for revenge. Einar ends up collapsed on all fours and crying. Thorfinn, understanding Einar's anguish while grieving for Arnheid himself, holds onto Einar and weeps into his back.
  • Thorfinn's return home and his reunion with his mother counts as a happy Tearjerker. Thorfinn fears that his mother will not recognize his face after many years apart, as it had become quite apparent no one in his village knew who he was when he arrived. His fears are washed away when his mother warmly greets him with tears of joy, mentioning how much he resembles his father. Thorfinn begins to cry openly, apologizing for being a bad son. After years of struggles and grief, Thorfinn is welcomed home with open arms.
  • The death of Hild's father. Not only is he killed right in front of her, but his literal last thoughts is terror at what will become of his daughter. Especially since it was the middle of a Viking raid, with all the Rape, Pillage, and Burn that usually comes with that.
  • In chapter 154, a nameless viking collapses at a bottle-necked opening in a fort, riddled with stab wounds and arrows, including one through his left eye, as he kept the hole open for his allies. As he dies, he prepares to be taken by the Valkyries up the Bifröst bridge to Valhalla for endless ale and feasting at the side of Odin himself ... only ... they don't come. There is only darkness. The viking reacts first with anger at the "unfairness" of it all, wondering why he isn't getting what was "promised" to him. Then he slowly gives into despair, realizing that he essentially wasted his life fighting countless battles, only to die an otherwise avoidable death. He can't even voice his newfound realization to Thorkell and his comrades. As death comes to claim him, the viking's last thoughts are a plead for the others to not die. The chapter ends with a bird's eye view of the viking's corpse, tears streaming down his remaining eye... War is hell, indeed.

    Viking: (Collapses and starts thinking to himself)'s over. My body's got no more strength left. I must be dying. Gotta say I fought pretty well. I bought our side quite a bit of time. It's too late for you, Jomsviking. Our boss will be here any moment now. (Sees Thorkell arrive, tearing his enemies apart) See? He's here. Woah, he's amazing...Our boss really is on a whole other level. (Eyesight begins to grow dim) Ahh...My eyes...(Smiles to himself) The Valkyrie are coming for me. At last, I too will enter Valhalla...(Eyesight is gone, replaced by nothing but blackness)...What? They're not coming...What? Why? I fought loads of times though. (Starts to panic) Shit, my eyes...They're going dim..! I can't see! I can't hear! I can't move! I can't feel anything! Not even pain! The hell?! This is different what I was told! Where's the bifrost!? The Valkyrie!? Nothing's coming for me!! What the fuck?! (Practically despairing) Is this what happens to everyone when they die!? It's just like this forever!? No, it can't be! Just what the hell did I fight all my life for then?!? (Losing his life essence now) Ugh...Cold...Cold and getting sleepy...My consciousness...I can feel myself fading away...(Last thoughts) Scared...I'm scared, so scared...I'm...fading...Boss...Guys...Don't die...Valhalla is, all just a lie...

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  • Chapter 160: Mixed with heartwarming and awesomeness, Gudrid offering to fight Thorkell in Thorfinn's place, screaming in tears how Thorfinn is just trying to live honestly and atone for his past, yet greedy and violent assholes keep trying to drag him back into violence. This display of emotions, along with her confession of liking Thorfinn, was enough to impress Thorkell to back down.
  • Chapter 176: Thorfinn and Leif have a heart-to-heart and talk about what to expect in Vinland. During this, Leif remarks that Thorfinn is "all grown up" and how Thors would be proud. Thorfinn is taken back, and then sees a vision of his other fathers, Thors and Askeladd, beside Leif, as Leif lovingly refers to Thorfinn as his son and to follow his heart.
    • What makes this even more sad is that the current year is 1021 CE, and Leif up until then has been noted to have failing health and begun to show his age. Historically, the real Leif died between 1018 and 1025. It seems like this interaction will be the last time Thorfinn and Leif ever have.
  • Chapter 191: HILD FINALLY FORGIVES THORFINN. After years of following Thorfinn and his group around and realizing that holding on to her anger is foolish and so tiresome, Hild walks right up to Thorfinn and says out loud that he is forgiven for what he did to her. She also goes on to say that he's a true warrior worthy of respect. These words have a profound effect on Thorfinn, who is at first speechless, then starts to tear up, and finally falls to his knees as he weeps openly. Hild comforts him during his breakdown, placing her hands on Thorfinn's own hands and back. Gudrid and Einar, who were watching this exchange, also begin to cry on Thorfinn's behalf, with little Karli happy that Hild and Thorfinn are finally at peace with one another.
    • The build up to this scene cannot be overstated. Years in-universe and years in real time, we have seen that Hild is hell-bent on making sure that Thorfinn pays for murdering her father. But seeing how sincere Thorfinn is at wanting to make amends and that he simply isn't the same angry vengeful person she met in the past, convinces Hild to move on with her life and bury the hatchet with her former enemy, preferring to be his friend. This is symbolized by taking off her hunting bandana, looking calm and relaxed as she smiles at Thorfinn. This means the world to Thorfinn, as those words of forgiveness bring a small measure of peace to his scarred soul and also allows him to live up to his father's words of "being a true warrior".

      Hild :(thinking to herself) It' use...Hanging onto the rage is pointless. (Addresses Thorfinn) Thorfinn.

      Thorfinn: Yes?

      Hild: I have verified your atonement with my own eyes. Thorfinn, I forgive you.

      Thorfinn: ...(looks confused, stares at his own hands, then looks back at Hild) H...! (starts to shake slightly, choking back sobs and failing)

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      Hild: (places a comforting hand on his shoulder) You've atoned enough. My anger is quenched. (Thorfinn falls to his knees and cries openly. Hild then holds on to his hands instead) You worked hard to be released from the curse of my revenge. You fought admirably. You are a true warrior.

      Karli: Daddy and Hild made up! I'm happy for Daddy.

      Gudrid: (in tears herself) Yeah.


What were Askeladd's last words? ›

"Be a true warrior... son of Thors" are Askeladd's last words. Askeladd dies and Thorfinn lets go of Askeladd's tunic, standing over his dead body.

Who is Canute's wife in Vinland Saga? ›

Emma of Normandy, wife of Canute, reported in her biography Encomium Emma Reginae that Sweyn was hated by his father.

Is Thorfinn a stoic? ›

During that time, Thorfinn became totally depressed, melancholy, stoic and unwilling to live, living a deplorable life being mistreated by his merchants, with none of the exuberance of his childhood, the pride and belligerence of his adolescence, or even the will to stand up for himself.

Who kills Thorkell? ›

In 987, Thorkell was defeated by an unarmed Thors, despite being armed with his ax at the time.

Why is Thorfinn called karlsefni? ›

Born Thorfinn Thordarson, this Icelandic aristocrat and wealthy merchant ship owner led one of the Norse expeditions to Vinland, located in what is now Atlantic Canada. He is usually referred to by his nickname, Karlsefni, meaning “the makings of a man.” Karlsefni appears in several historical sources.

Who is the strongest in the Vinland Saga verse? ›

Vinland Saga features many highly skilled warriors with different fighting skill sets; however, these characters stand out as the strongest.
Here are the strongest characters introduced in first season of Vinland Saga ranked according to their strength.
  1. 1 Thors.
  2. 2 Thorkell. ...
  3. 3 Askeladd. ...
  4. 4 Thorfinn. ...
  5. 5 Bjorn. ...
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Did Canute look feminine? ›

Canute is first introduced with long blond hair, large blue eyes, pouty lips, and a feminine-looking face. Up to his late teens, he is often confused for a girl. His beautiful likeness left many of his men wondering if he was the reincarnation of their goddess Freyja.

Who is Halfdan Vinland? ›

Halfdan (ハーフダン Hāfudan?) is a wealthy and powerful landowner and moneylender known for his ruthlessness, earning the nickname "Iron Chain" (鉄鎖 Tessa?) for his skilled use of one as a weapon and symbol of his philosophy of chaining others.

Who is the main villain of Vinland Saga? ›

Floki is a central antagonist in Vinland Saga, in particular the Eastern Expedition Arc.

Does gudrid like Thorfinn? ›

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Gudrid (グズリーズ Guzurīzu?) is a once widowed young woman, who was first introduced fleeing from her second husband by arranged marriage. She now travels with Thorfinn and company with the hopes of creating a paradise in Vinland. She becomes Thorfinn's wife, after confessing her love to him.

Who is God in stoicism? ›

Stoics would insist that the cosmos can rightly be called God because, according to them, the cosmos is intelligent. To be more precise, the Stoics identify God as a universal mind or reason present in all things, and the physical cosmos is God's body.

Who is the best Stoic? ›

Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, born nearly two millennia ago is perhaps the best known Stoic leader in history.

Is garm stronger than Thorfinn? ›

Garm admits that while Thorfinn got more experience than him, he has still better talent than Thorfinn and declares that the next time they meet, it won't go the same way and how he will win and kill him.

Who was the tallest Viking? ›

"The tallest Viking who ever lived in the world was an Icelander named Johann Petursson. He stood 7 feet 7 inches (231.14 cm) tall and was born in Dalvík, Iceland on 9 February 1913 and was known as "The Viking Giant" He passed away in his home town Dalvík in 1984.

Who is Thors based off of Vinland Saga? ›

The character is based on Thorfinn Karlsefni. He was less a warrior and more an explorer.

What language does Thorfinn speak? ›

They take Thorfinn back to their home, patch up his arm and take care of him. They soon realize he is likely Danish and does not speak English, but the English woman nevertheless believes taking care of him is the right thing to do.

Did Vikings call America Vinland? ›

Vinland was the name given to part of North America by the Icelandic Norseman Leif Eriksson, about 1000 AD.

Why did Leif call it Vinland? ›

Erikson's Voyage to Vinland

According to the Eiriks saga, Erikson sailed off course on his return to Greenland and landed in North America. He called the region where he landed Vinland after the wild grapes that grew in abundance there and the general fertility of the land.

Is Thors stronger than Askeladd? ›

The only person in the whole show stronger than Thorkell was Thors. Askeladd might win only if he uses Thorkell's weakness against him. Askeladd was the only person who knew the weakness of Thorkell and that was because he saw Thorkell lose his balance for just a moment during the battle of Maldon.

Is Thorfinn the strongest Viking? ›

Although he dies early on in the series, Thors is, without a doubt, the strongest Viking in Vinland Saga. In just a few short episodes, he demonstrates a level of skill and strength that no other character has come close to touching.

Who is the King of Vinland? ›

Setting. Vinland Saga is initially set mostly in 1013 AD England, which has been mostly conquered by the Danish King Sweyn Forkbeard. As King Sweyn nears death, his sons, Prince Harald and Prince Canute, are arguing over his succession.

Did King Canute marry Emma? ›

Emma had a good relationship with the new regime. After Æthelred's death in 1016, she married King Cnut sometime in 1017, and they had at least two children: the future King Harthacnut (reigned 1040-1042); and Gunnhild, who married the son of the Holy Roman Emperor.

Is Canute related to Ragnar? ›

According to the Icelandic sagas, Canute (Bradley Freegard) was the great-great-great grandson of Ragnar Lothbrok through his father Sweyn.

Who kills Halfdan? ›

Jasper Pääkkönen portrayed Halfdan the Black in seasons four and five of Vikings. At first, the bond between Halfdan and his brother Harald (Peter Franzén) seemed unbreakable but sadly, the brothers quickly became enemies. Halfdan was brutally killed by King Harald in season five but why?

Is Halfdan Ragnarsson? ›

Halfdan Ragnarsson was a Viking leader and commander of The Great Heathen Army in the late 860s. He is named in the Norse sagas and poetry as one of the six sons of Viking warrior and King, Ragnar Lothbrok. Halfdan's siblings are believed to have been Ivar the Boneless, Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye, Ubbe/Ubba and Hvitserk.

Why was Halfdan the Black called? ›

The "Black" nickname was given to him because of his black hair. Halfdan is mentioned in Snorri Sturluson's Heimskringla (c. 1230), Fagrskinna (c. 1220), Ágrip (c.

Is Askeladd son of Olaf? ›

Askeladd is the son of Lydia, a Welsh noblewoman who was captured and enslaved by his danish Viking father, Olaf.

What ethnicity is Askeladd? ›

Askeladd is the commander of a small but powerful Viking band, which owed its success to Askeladd's exceptional intelligence. He is half-Danish and half-Welsh, being the son of a Welsh princess captured by a Viking raider.

Who was the red haired man at the end of Vinland Saga? ›

Einar is a tall man with reddish brown hair and brown eyes. He is 20 years old when he is introduced in 1015. After many years of hard labor in the fields, Einar develops a muscular stature. Einar has a mole on the left side of the bridge of his nose.

Does Thorkell like Thorfinn? ›

He remains under Canute once he becomes king. Before the defection of Thors, Thorkell worked with and highly respected the man, resulting in a fondness for his son Thorfinn.

Does Thorfinn find a love interest? ›

In Greenland, Thorfinn met and married Gudrid Thorbjarnardóttir, widow of Thorstein Eiriksson. Gudrid was staying under the care of her brother-in-law Leif Eriksson at Brattahlíð, an estate given to Leif by his father Eirik the Red after his death.

Does Thorfinn get a girl? ›

Thorfinn and Gudrid get married and raise Karli as their son. With the resources promised by Halfdan, Thorfinn begins to assemble a crew to colonize Vinland.

Do Stoics believe in Jesus? ›

Among the parallels between Stoicism and Christianity, both are monotheistic. Stoicism follows Heraclitus and believes in one Logos; Christianity follows Jesus, and requires followers to believe in the one true God and have no other gods before him [her].

Are Stoics allowed to laugh? ›

Sure, the Stoics did believe that laughter should be exercised with moderation. Epictetus again: “Don't allow your laughter be much, nor on many occasions, nor profuse.” Do not seek the laughter of others.

Does Stoicism go against Christianity? ›

Stoicism is not connected to Christianity. Although Stoicism refers to gods, it is a philosophical doctrine without religion.

Do Stoics marry? ›

Many Stoics were in apparently-loving marriages and Stoicism does not in general advise against close relationships (with Epictetus often encouraging marriage, though that does not necessarily entail love).

Is it healthy to be Stoic? ›

Stoicism is an attractive philosophy for mental health. Researchers have recognized that stoic (actions) can contribute to mental well-being when the anguishing oppression of emotional thoughts piercing through the mind, creating a front-line of emotional distress and pain.

Do Stoics get jealous? ›

Clinging, jealousy, possessiveness have no place in Stoicism. Because there is simply no time to waste–no time to waste clinging to the illusion that we can control other people, dictate their actions, and enforce our will over them.

Is Garmr a Fenrir? ›

However, we might meet some trouble when thinking that Garm and Fenrir as the same figure. Because in Norse mythology, the one who finally killed Fenrir was Vidar the son of Odin the Allfather. With this detail, Fenrir and Garm were not one.

Who can defeat Thors in Vinland Saga? ›

Askeladd's role in the series is a major one. He killed Thors and then he allowed Thorfinn to travel with him. Askeladd is the perfect combination of muscle and brains.

What is the tallest race in the world? ›

Latvian women are the tallest on the planet, with an average height of 170cm. * The top four tallest countries for men are the Netherlands, Belgium, Estonia and Latvia. The top four tallest countries for women are Latvia, the Netherlands, Estonia and the Czech Republic.

What was the average size of a Viking man? ›

"The examination of skeletons from different localities in Scandinavia reveals that the average height of the Vikings was a little less than that of today: men were about 5 ft 7-3/4 in. tall and women 5 ft 2-1/2 in.

What ended the Viking Age? ›

The events of 1066 in England effectively marked the end of the Viking Age. By that time, all of the Scandinavian kingdoms were Christian, and what remained of Viking “culture” was being absorbed into the culture of Christian Europe.

Is Askeladd the true king? ›

Askeladd reveals his true name is Lucius Artorius Castus. He proclaims he is the true King of Britannia and beheads King Sweyn. Understanding what Askeladd is doing, Canute orders the men to attack him, as he has committed regicide.

Is Askeladd related to Thors? ›

Lucius Artorius Castus, better known as Askeladd, is the central antagonist of Vinland Saga. He is the captain of a Viking mercenary band and killed Thorfinn's father, Thors, with underhanded tactics after losing to him in a duel.

How was Askeladd killed? ›

Thorfinn chases Askleadd and finds him being stabbed by Canute. In his last moments, Askeladd is shouted by angered Thorfinn to recover, but Askeladd dies telling Thorfinn to become a true warrior.

What was Askeladd's plan? ›

After a majority of his band was wiped out by Thorkell, Askeladd pledged his service to Canute to achieve his secret goal of keeping Wales safe from Viking invasions.

What is the translation of Askeladd? ›

The protagonist in a good number of Norwegian folktales, Askeladden (often translated as “Boots”, or “the Ash Lad”) is an apparent naïf, though he subsequently shows himself to be witty, shrewd, and fantastically resourceful.

What is Vinland Saga ending explained? ›

Canute ends up stabbing Askeladd, letting him die a rather slow death in Thorfinn's arms; this marks his betrayal toward Thorfinn, who had sworn to avenge his father by defeating Askeladd and killing him on the battlefield.

Who kills Thorfinn? ›

Being more than happy that he was given the chance to face Thorfinn in combat again, Garm ignores Thorfinn's pleas to stop, and repeatedly thrusts his spear at Thorfinn, killing one of Floki's men in the process.

Why did Canute betray Askeladd? ›

Canute killed Askeladd because Askeladd killed King Sweyn. In the series, Askeladd was a Viking band commander. He is depicted as tactful and intelligent. Askeladd was half Welsh and half Danish.

Why does Askeladd like Wales? ›

Thorkell points out that Wales is where Askeladd went when he was on his tail. He asks him what kind of trick he pulled there and asks why the Welsh would take the side of a Dane like him. Askeladd considers, then tells Thorkell the truth: his mother's grave is in Wales, as that land is his home and country.

Was Askeladd a good person? ›

Askeladd was not a friendly person, but his character was so well written that the fans could help but appreciate him. Over the course of the first season, Askeladd committed some outrageous acts, which made him stand out as a villain.

Is Askeladd good or evil? ›

Lucius Artorius Castus, better known as Askeladd, is the central antagonist of Vinland Saga. He is the captain of a Viking mercenary band and killed Thorfinn's father, Thors, with underhanded tactics after losing to him in a duel.

What did the Vikings call Vinland? ›

All the detail about Norse trips to Vinland (as the Norse called North America) comes from two accounts: The Saga of Erik the Red and The Saga of the Greenlanders.

Who was the red haired guy at the end of Vinland Saga? ›

Einar is a tall man with reddish brown hair and brown eyes. He is 20 years old when he is introduced in 1015. After many years of hard labor in the fields, Einar develops a muscular stature.

Why did Floki want Thor's death? ›

Floki can also be very spiteful and petty. He held a grudge against Thors for many years, and eventually had Thors assassinated because of it.

Is Vinland Saga in its final arc? ›

The Vinland Saga manga is currently on its final arc, and is expected to end in 2024, given the monthly rate at which it's being published.


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