Spearwalls (2 x 6)
Vikings are well known for their shield walls, as such it should be little surprise to see them form one.
Archers (1 x 6)
Contrary to first impressions, Viking Archers are actually fairly well respected amongst Vikings, the only reason they don’t have as many is the amount of time that must be devoted to training as an archer. It’s a tradition that every year all the nine year olds are tested for who shows the most promise as archers and then those are selected to train. This is highly sought after since it means getting out of some of the more undesirable chores. It is not hard to convince an eight year old Viking to eat their carrots.
Pikes (2 x 6)
The Vikings have a proud, almost orc like tradition of trying everything to an extreme. As such, they have come up with a completely crazy invention: A really long two-handed spear. When they discover that this innovation is shared by basically every army ever, it will merely fuel more berserker rages. Now they just insist that everyone they encounter merely copied their long spear idea.
Axewarriors (2 x 6)
The absolute standard Viking warrior: An axe and a round shield. Don’t call them boring though, that’s how you get your nose cut off, along with the rest of your head.
Berserkers (1 x 6)
Viking Berserkers are particularly good at fighting enemies using shields, since they can hook the shield away with one axe and chop their face in two with the other, all the while laughing off otherwise fatal blows due to the rage.
Two handed axes (1 x 6)
Sometimes, you just really want to be able to have a second hand free to get that little bit of extra power on your axe cleave.
Swordsmen (1 x 6)
Some of the wealthier Vikings can afford enough metal to make swords. Vikings don’t have time for the fine, dainty swords. They use swords that are heavy enough to crush you.
Hammerspeakers (1 x 6)
Shipmasters (2 x 1)
One of the most important things Vikings do is launch expeditions, and on these expeditions they need someone who is so used to dealing with the boat to the point that they are essentially one with the ship. The Shipmasters truly live up to their name, and the experienced ones can sail through just about any conditions, even in combat.
Ice masters (1 x 4)
Vikings have developed a strange relationship with the cold. Some even have the ability to weave it into a weapon, armour, or healing.
Bear riders (2 x 3)
Frost Giant (1)
There are other things out in the frozen wastes the Vikings hail from. Some very big things. That sometimes decide to join them. Like Frost Giants.
Icebeast Rrgragarr - Cliche: Yeti
One would expect a massive roaring beast with an ice falchion to be easy to spot. And one would be surprised when they get snuck up on by Rrgragarr and take an ice falchion to the back of the head.
Sven Coldtouched - Cliche: Brave, loyal, foolish warrior
Sven was once a regular warrior, until the adventurer he was following forgot about him and he got left out in the snow for months. By the time he was found, he was still standing waiting for instructions saying “Need something?”, so they brought him back to civilization and he still hasn’t thawed out after several years. But at least he has a big axe.
Permafrost Knight - Cliche: Long lost adventurer
The cold hides many things, including lost adventurers who were looking for the sweet loot that previous lost adventurers dropped looking for previous lost adventurers’ sweet loot. It’s really just a pyramid scheme of hypothermia. Anyways, sometimes these adventurers get back up after their snowbank nap, changed by the cold.
PRISONER - Cliche: The Protagonist from that one game that all the memes are from
Icemaiden Isa - Cliche: Ice Priestess
Isa is enigmatic, mysterious, baffling, secretive, and cold. She devotes herself to the cold, and spreading the cold. She epitomizes the near worship of cold that has become part of the Viking way.
Ice Queen Ifa - Cliche: Singing master of cold who doesn’t want to hold on to anything
Ifa is a true master of cold and ice powers. For some reason she’s always singing songs about not wanting to hold onto things, but she is definitely powerful. Sometimes she builds snowmen, but so far hasn’t militarized that ability enough.
Jarl Edric - Cliche: Viking leader
Jarl Edric is the leader of the Viking, and as such he must be the bravest warrior to be strong for his people. His goal is to lead his people to a brighter future, or at the very least, a few really good feasts.