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how long are they given because something of this magnitude seems like it’s not something you do in a single sitting

I think the smaller challenges they get eight hours and the finalists get something between 20-40 for their big finale one? They’re also… you know… allowed to make these as large or small as they want so if they get over-ambitious and make some huge half-assed mural because they didn’t have time to do something that size properly that’s on them

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Wiki seems to say Ivar exists somewhere in the show already. He should be easily identified as viking carried around on a shield because something's up with his legs.

Vikings wiki says he hasn’t been born yet and he’s probably the one I said their forboding prophecy was alluding to.

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who plays laser eyes underwear viking's son ivar the boneless

The only one of his kids who isn’t a toddler right now is the hunger games dude

I don’t think any Ivars have been born yet but there’s mention of another kid on the way with a foreboding prophecy attached to them.

Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye was just born a couple episodes ago.

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it's like people have never heard of a coelacanth before

I know right, I mean, the picture I cropped it from is right on my blog

wait why does Denmark have one? they dont have any Pacific territory

So they could make a giant robot named Holger Dane, probably.

ryulongd replied to your post: I wonder how many sci-fi stories feature inhabited…

Anne McCaffrey did a good job of not making Pern a single biome, but I think she had some outside assistance in making things scientifically believable to offset the psychic dragons gallavanting throughout the series.

A writer who asks for informed opinions to make their writing more believable should feel about as much remorse as an artist who draws from real life to make their art more believable (which is to say, none at all)