Ragnarok was dropped on Netflix on Friday, January 31, and already it has received plenty of praise from subscribers. The Norwegian-set story focuses on the fictional town of Edda where a battle of the Gods is expected to take place, potentially destroy the Earth and it is up to one teenager to prevent it from happening. Here’s a break down of everything that happened in the ending.
After his ongoing antics trying to bring down the Jutul family, Magne (played by David Stakston) is expelled from his new school in Edda.
The order was made to the headmaster following a psychiatric evaluation and all of his teachers also signed a statement asking for his removal.
After hearing the news, Magne’s mother Turid (Henriette Steenstrup) says he needs to go see a doctor and initially refuses to.
Eventually he agrees and he is said to fulfil the criteria of someone who is a paranoid schizophrenic.
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What happened in the last episode of Ragnarok? Ending explained. (Image: Netflix)
Magne is expelled from school after leading the police on a 'goose chase' and is sent to see a psychiatrist. (Image: Netflix)
On hearing where the barrels were which would prove the Jutul family was making the town sick through its drinking water, Magne leads the police to the tunnel where they are hid.
However, Vidar (Gísli Örn Garðarsson) is one step ahead and has already moved them.
He later discovers the barrels are being loaded onto a freighter and using his superpowers, he takes five of them to the local police station to Vidar’s dismay and the police announce they will launch an investigation following the evidence.
Fjor is ordered to kill Gry to show his loyalty to his family but is stopped by Magne. (Image: Netflix)