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Bjørn Ironside – Everything You Need to know about Him

Fact, fiction and everything in between!



Alexander Ludwig as Björn Ironside in the Vikings

Bjørn Ironside is a familiar name for fans of ancient Nordic lore. He’s said to have become Sweden’s king in the 9th century AD, founding the Munsö dynasty. However, some have come to know of the great Viking thanks to the historical hit TV show Vikings. Based on the life of Bjorn’s father, Ragnar Lothbrok and his sons, the show has been around since 2013, completing six seasons in December 2020.

As with most shows based on historical figures, some parts get filled with fictional dramatizations to help the story flow. Due to the various events occurring within the Vikings series, several questions come up about the Norsemen’s lives. What is truth, and what is fiction? Have a look at some real-life facts about Bjørn’s life.

Who were Bjørn Ironside’s Parents?

Bjørn, named Bjørn Ragnarsson at birth, was son to Ragnar Lothbrok Sigurdsson and his third wife Aslaug Sigurdsdatter rather than his first wife Lagertha, as depicted in the Vikings TV series. Apart from Bjørn, Ragnar and Aslaug also had four other children. They were Ivar Ragnarsson (Ivar the Boneless), Hvitserk, Rognvald, and Sigurd, also called Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye because of a birthmark in his eye. Contrary to what the series depicts, Bjørn was actually the couple’s second son after Ivar, not the first.

Ragnar came from a long line of legendary Danish kings. He was the son of Sigurd Hring, grandson to Randver, and great-grandson to Valdar. As for Bjørn’s mother, she was the daughter of Sigurd and Brynhild. Both were also renowned figures in Norse history as Sigurd was a famed dragonslayer and Brynhild a Valkyrie from Germanic mythology.

Did he have Siblings and Children?

Since Ragnar had married three times, Bjørn had a total of nine siblings whose lineage can get traced to some extent. His father’s first wife, the shieldmaiden Lagertha, had three children. A son named Fridleif and two daughters whose names do not appear in any historical texts. Afterward, Ragnar divorced Lagertha and married his second wife, Thora Borgarhjört. She was the daughter of Götaland’s earl or king, Herrauðr, and Jumala’s priestess-to-be, Hleið. Together, Thora and Ragnar had two sons, Agnar and Eiríkr.

Upon Thora’s untimely death, Ragnar then proceeded to marry Bjørn Ironside’s mother, Aslaug, with whom they had five children. However, it’s worth noting that you’ll also come across Ubba Ragnirsson and Halfdan Ragnarsson who also get listed as Bjørn’s brothers. Most reliable texts about Bjørn’s life allude to the fact that Hvitserk was actually Halfdan Ragnarsson’s nickname, meaning they are one and the same, as opposed to being two separate individuals.

None of the infamous books regarding Bjørn Ironside mention marriage. However, the 13th Hervarar saga indicates he had three sons. These are Refil Björnsson, who remained a Swedish prince till his death and Erik Björnsson who succeeded his father as the king of Sweden after his death. There’s also Asleik who is said to be an ancestor to the Icelandic explorer Thorfinn Karlsefni.

Why was he Called Ironside?

Vikings had a tradition for naming warriors based on their expertise on the battlefield. Sometimes, they would find a nickname based on unique physical traits the warriors had. Whatever the case, that would be the name that distinguished one warrior from any others with similar names.

In Bjørn’s case, the epithet ironside got based on the fact that he would emerge victorious from battle without injury. It literally meant he had sides made of iron that enabled him to remain unharmed.

How did he Become King?

Other than managing to found Sweden’s most important royal family, Bjørn also took part in several raids. Known to be as fearless as his father Ragnar, Bjørn never shied away from battles. As a result, most of his life appears as detailed accounts of the raids he took part in, whether successful or not. Through the mentoring he received from Hastein, Ragnar’s friend, Bjørn Ironside was able to raid several cities, surpassing his father’s reputation.

Alongside his brothers Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye, Hvitserk and Ivar the Boneless, Bjørn ventured from Scandinavian lands to regions like the Frankish Kingdoms, Anglo-Saxon England, Luni on the way to Rome, Normandy, and even Lombardy.

Some accounts even mention that he reached Alexandria, Egypt. Ivar served as the leader while Bjørn and Hvitserk offered the muscle necessary to turn battles in their favour. Throughout their expeditions, the brothers were known to ruthlessly raid new lands and bring back their plunders whenever they were successful.

After the death of Ironside’s half-brothers, Eiríkr and Agnar, Bjørn, Hvitserk and their mother Aslaug created a massive army to go and avenge them. Their efforts paid off when they invaded Sweden to kill Eysteinn, the man responsible for Eiríkr and Agnar’s deaths. Acts like these made their father Ragnar jealous, leading him to launch an unsuccessful attack on England to try to outdo his sons’ achievements. Ælla, Northumbria’s king emerged victorious, throwing Ragnar into a snake pit where he died.

To avenge their father, Bjørn and his siblings led an attack against England that failed. As a result, Ivar made a truce with Ælla since it was clear the English had a bigger army than them. Later though, Bjørn Ironside and his brothers created The Great Heathen Army which was able to defeat Ælla. After that, the brothers raided England, Italy, Wales, and Paris before going back to Scandinavia, where they divided their empire. It was then that Bjørn became the king of Uppsala and Sweden.

Where was Bjørn Ironside Buried?

Unlike in the TV series where it got hinted at that Bjørn Ironside may have died at the hands of his brother Ivar, historically, it’s not clear how the Swedish king died. However, you might want to visit his alleged burial site, which is often thronged by tourists.

On the island of Munsö, you’ll find a tumulus with a stone crowning it. The stone has fragmented with age, but you can make out the Uppland Runic Inscription on it. Listed as U 13 in Rundata, this inscribed stone is said to mark Bjørn Ironside’s barrow.

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10 Most Famous and Well Known Swedish Actors



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There have been many famous Swedish actors over the years. Some even gained worldwide fame by being featured in famous Hollywood movies. If you are a fan of the Scandi stars like we are, then look no further. We have compiled a list of the 10 most famous and well-known Swedish actors of all time. Without further delay, let’s begin to see which actors made a list and who is the top actor of Sweden.

Top Swedish Actors in Sweden

10. Malin Akerman

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Malin Akerman on Today’s News

Akerman was born in Stockholm, Sweden but was raised in Canada. At a very young age, she began appearing in TV commercials while she was in Toronto. At age 6, he parents got divorced, and her father went back to Sweden.

Malin was eventually offered a guest role in “Earth: Final Conflict” (1997). She continued acting, and in 2009 she was cast in ‘Watchmen’- which is considered her breakthrough role. She even spent her time as a fashion model when she was only 17.

9. Mikael Presbrandt

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The talented Mikael Presbrandt

Known worldwide for his outstanding performance in “In a Better World,” he got nominated for Best Actor in 2011. Mikael is a famous star in Sweden, starring in series like “The Shipping Company” and “Storstad.” He also has a theatre background with phenomenal performances on the stage.

In 2014, Mikael played the character Beorn in the box office success “The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies.” He also has starred opposite of the extremely popular Mads Mikkelson. Throughout his long career, Mikael has constantly given outstanding performances and kept the audience entertained – whether in Sweden or Hollywood.

8. Joel Kinnaman

Joel Kinnaman at the HANNA premiere

Professionally known as Joel Kinnaman, the Swedish actor has starred in many significant roles throughout his career. Best known for playing Takeshi Kovacs in the critically acclaimed “Altered Carbon,” he further cemented himself as a top actor. In his early career, he earned an award for Best Actor for his role in the Swedish movie “Easy Money”.

Where is He Now?

He has starred on AMC’s “The Killing” and recently has played Rick Flag in the movie “Suicide Squad”. Joel has been starring in more Hollywood roles nowadays, which further shows how talented the Swedish actor is.

7. Noomi Rapace

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Noomi Rapace in her younger days

Born in Hudiksvall, Sweden to the Swedish actress Nina Noren, she moved to Iceland when she was only five years old. When she turned eight, she starred in the Icelandic film “I skugga hrafnsins” and immediately found a love for acting. She joined the Stockholm Theatre School at the age of fifteen.

She is a respected stage performer in Sweden, even winning awards for a recurring role in the Swedish show “Tre kronor”. In 2007 she played the leading role in “Daisy Diamond,” winning critical acclaim in Sweden. Noomi’s talent became well-known to international audiences when she starred in “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” in 2009. She even won the award for Best Actress in Sweden due to this role.

In 2011, Rapace made her English-language movie debut in “Sherlock Holmes” starring alongside Robert Downey Jr. She was also cast in “Prometheus” in 2012 as Elizabeth Shaw.

6. Alexander Skarsgård

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Alexander Skarsgård in Godzilla vs. Kong 2021

Early Life

Alexander Skarsgard is the eldest son of the incredibly talented actor Stellan Skarsgard. At the age of eight, he began his acting career working in small roles on Swedish TV shows. Eventually, he lost the spark for acting and left it to continue his education. At the age of nineteen, he joined compulsory military service and used that time to think about his future.

Getting Back Into Acting

When he turned 19, he gave acting another chance and soon became a star in Sweden. Alexander’s ambitions to broaden his horizons brought him to Los Angeles. He soon got a role in the movie “Zoolander.”

Alexander has also co-written and co-directed movies and TV shows- some of which won awards. Soon he got his big breakthrough when he starred in “Generation Kill.” After that, he has been cast in famous action movies and TV shows.

5. Michael Nyqvist

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Michael Nyqvist on the set of John Wick

How he Became an Actor

Nyqvist originally intended to be a hockey player, but he had to retire early due to an injury. It was at that time when his passion for acting sparked. In Sweden, he joined a theatre school and practiced acting and film production.

The movie “Together” was the first big breakthrough for Michael in European cinema. He won Best Actor in 2000 and got nominated for more in the years to come. From there, he starred in many Swedish movies over the years, such as “As it is in Heaven.”

Well-received Internationally

Eventually- after his success in the internationally acclaimed “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” – he got cast in Hollywood movies. His most notable Hollywood roles are the main lead villain in “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” and “John Wick.”

4. Alicia Vikander

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Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft in Tomb Raider

Born in Gothenburg, Sweden, Alicia Vikander is an actor, dancer, and producer. She began her acting career as a child and trained as a ballet dancer as well. Alicia Vikander began her career by appearing in short films and TV series in Sweden.

Acting Awards

She first gained fame when she starred in the hit Swedish drama “Second Avenue.” In her feature film debut, Vikander won the Guldbagge Award for Best Actress. Alicia continued to gain widespread recognition and starred in hit movies. She got nominated for the BAFTA awards twice and once for a Golden Globe award. She eventually won the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in “The Danish Girl.”

Recently she has starred in the movie “Tomb Raider” and is continuing to impress audiences worldwide.

3. Peter Stormare

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The multi-talented Peter Stormare

Peter Stormare was born in Arbra, Sweden, where he joined the Royal National Theatre and began his illustrious acting career. After performing in the Sweden Theatre for eleven years, he moved to New York.

Stormare has appeared in multiple box office hit movies and critically acclaimed TV shows. Most notably, he starred in the famous show “Prison Break” as a major supporting character. He has also made appearances in “John Wick 2”, “Fargo,” and “Constantine.”

Other Appearances 

Nowadays, Peter works in both Hollywood and his homeland of Sweden. He also motion-captured and voiced Dr. Hill in the critically acclaimed game “Until Dawn.”

2. Stellen Skarsgård

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The Swedish superstar: Stellen Skarsgård

A Legend Was Born

He was born in Gothenburg, Sweden, and became a teen star for his role in “Bombi Bitt och jag.” Afterward, he joined the Royal Dramatic Theatre – where he performed on stage to hone his acting skills further.

Once he got comfortable with his acting skills, he did breathtaking film roles, notably in “American Playhouse: Noon Wire.” After continuing to dominate the Swedish cinema for years, he decided to try in Hollywood.

Hollywood appearance 

Skarsgard’s first Hollywood appearance – albeit small – was in “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” in 1988. He later starred in a few more American movies in a supporting role such as Bootstrap Bill in “Pirates of the Caribbean”.

To this day, Skarsgard is one of the biggest Swedish actors ever to grace the cinema screen.

1. Max von Sydow

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The late great Max von Sydow

Early Life

In high school, he started a theatre club and developed his interest in acting. He later joined the Royal Dramatic Theatre and improved his acting skills. In 1949, he appeared in his first role in “Only a Mother,” which started his acting career.

Breakthrough Moment

His work in “The Seventh Seal” made him a global phenomenon, and he started getting casting calls from around the globe. His second breakthrough came when he starred in “The Exorcist” and “Pelle the Conqueror.”


He also starred in the top-rated TV show “Game of Thrones” and earned a Primetime Emmy Award nomination. Currently, Max von Sydow is the only Swedish male actor to receive an Oscar nomination. He is the most admired and respected actor in all of Sweden, granting him the top spot on our list.

Honorable Mentions

Lena Olin

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Lena Olin in Unbearable Lightness of Being 1988

She is one of the most well-known and respected actors in Sweden. Her Hollywood debut was in 1984 in the movie “After the Rehearsal.” Olin also starred in the hit TV show “Alias,” where she played a popular character. She continues to take inspirational and touching roles, including her role in “Welcome to Sweden.” Olin has also been nominated for many awards, including a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award.

Dolph Lundgren

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Hollywood megastar Dolph Lundgren

Lundgren is the most significant action movie villain of the ’80s. He has a martial arts background which is why he was always interested in starring in action movies. Lungren’s breakthrough came when he starred in the box office hit Rocky IV. Since then, he has appeared in 69 movies – which are almost all in the action genre.


Even at age 63, Lundgren still appears in Hollywood movies, with his latest “Acceleration” in 2019.


With that, we have come to an end of our list regarding the top 10 best Swedish actors. There have been tons of talented Swedish actors, but only a few have constantly been able to stay on top. Did your favorite Swedish actor make it in this list? Let us know in the comments below.

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10 Best Hockey Movies You Must Watch



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The coronavirus pandemic has confined us to our homes for more than a year now. The one thing that has been hit the hardest due to social distancing is team sports. We miss the goosebumps that a stadium brimming with fans gave us while watching our favorite teams do their best. So, while you reminisce about the energy, popcorn spilled on seats, and chilled cold drinks of a hockey match, we have compiled a list of the best hockey movies for you. These movies will make you cry, scream out of your couch and relive the days when shaking hands was not a crime. So, for the next time you wonder what are the great hockey movies, bookmark this list. 

Best Hookey Movies To Watch:

 Best Hockey Movies

Miracle (2004) – A must watch Hockey Movie

So, while you reminisce about the energy, popcorn spilled on seats, and chilled cold drinks of a hockey match, we have compiled a list of the best hockey movies for you. These movies will make you cry, scream out of your couch and relive the days when shaking hands was not a crime. So, for the next time you wonder what are the great hockey movies, bookmark this list. 

Miracle (2004)

As a hockey fan, it is a loss if you have missed this masterpiece. This movie, set at the height of the cold war, talks of the legendary college American hockey team who took on the professional Soviet Union team in the 1980 Olympics. It is considered the most crucial game in American hockey history. Apart from all the excitement of this historic game, this movie will also inspire you through the story of the head coach, Herb Brooks. This is also a great option if you are looking for kid’s hockey movies to watch with the whole family.

Mystery, Alaska (1999)

This beautiful movie, as the title suggests, is set in Alaska. The film follows a local hockey team in a small Alaskan town named Mystery. All of the people living in this town are obsessed with their weekly ice hockey games every Saturday. They all are euphoric when they get the opportunity to play against NHL’s New York Rangers. This movie holds a special in the legacy of hockey movies due to its beautiful cinematography.

Slap Shot (1977)

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Slap Shot (1977)

Slap Shot is the classic hockey movie that everybody should watch. Everything about this movie is iconic, from the cast, the iconic opening scenes, Paul Newman’s brilliant character, and the fact that it provides a sneak-peek into hockey players’ mysterious locker rooms. If you want to witness the sport’s old glam, then this movie should be a definite first on your watching list.

Goon (2011)

If you watched and liked Slap Shot, this modern descendent of the classic hockey movie will drop your jaws. This movie focuses on the multi-dimensional characters of the team players rather than winning the big matches. Goon is declared as one of the best hockey movies ever made. Doug Glatt, played by Seann William Scott, is a bouncer when his dreams come true when he is recruited to play in a minor hockey league team. The iconic cast also includes Jay Baruchel, Liev Schreiber, and Alison Pill.

Legend No. 7 (2013)

In case you are tired of North American Hockey movies, this one will give the cultural diversity you are aching for. This Russian movie has won several honorary Russian Film awards and is highly iconic. It follows the life of Valeri Kharlamov, a legendary hockey player in the Soviet Union. This gem from Russian hockey movies is a great way to explore the renowned Russian hockey teams’ legends and ethics.

Indian Horse (2018)

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Indian Horse (2018)

This powerful and tear-jerking movie stands out because it addresses racism and abuse in western countries. The film is about Saul, who fights repression, abuse, corruption, racism, and neglect in the Canadian Indian Residential School. Due to all his social hardships and his life-threatening alcoholism, Saul faces many dilemmas and setbacks throughout the movie. However, finally, he overcomes all his obstacles to emerge as a great hockey player in Canadian history. This movie is exceptionally inspiring and nerve-wracking at the same time.

The Mighty Ducks (1992)

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The Mighty Ducks (1992)

Another legendary movie in this list has had several sequels and even inspired a real hockey team’s name. If you are looking for good kid’s hockey movies, then this one is probably a good choice. It has a straightforward yet intriguing plot. The character of Gordon Bombay is compassionate, competitive, and has a dark side. This will prove to be a perfect movie for a family night. 

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Youngblood (1986)

Rob Lowe stars in this movie as Dean Youngblood, whose lifelong dream is to become a professional hockey player. This movie breaks several stereotypes concerning the physical toughness of hockey players. Dean is fast and accurate on his skates but doesn’t fall into a fit and strong hockey player’s criteria. However, during this movie, he confronts all his fears with his father and coach’s help. His romance with his Coach’s daughter, Cynthia Gibb, gives a slightly softer tone to this movie.

The Cutting Edge (1992)

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The Cutting Edge (1992)

This hockey movie is perfect for a movie night as it involves a love story between a hockey player, Doug, and a figure skater, Kate. This movie was nominated for Oscars and began with the 1988 Olympics, where these two protagonists meet. This epic love story will give a sport’s energy and enthusiasm like hockey blended with a beautiful romance. It is one of the most romantic hockey movies out there; this one must be on your watching list.

Hello Destroyer (2016)

Hello, Destroyer explores the aggressive and dirty side of hockey, in-game fighting. As hockey allows in-game combat, it immediately becomes a very violent and dangerous game. The only aim is to win, and sometimes this burden of winning is put on the shoulder of an enforcer. The enforcer is a player who fights and responds to the dirty and violent plays in this game. Hello, Destroyer examines the mental and physical burden on the enforcers of the hockey game. 

The Bottom Line

We have tried to incorporate every genre from romance, fiction to non-fiction and action in this list of the best hockey movies of all times. We are confident that we could solve your query about the great hockey movies in this extensive list. So, grab your homemade popcorn and all your loungewear while you watch these hockey movies from your bed.


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Goku Dies: When and How Many Times Has Goku Died



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For the most part, death in Dragon Ball does not matter as much in the grand scheme of things. Whenever a major character dies, Akira Toriyama- the series creator- makes sure to put some weight behind that death.

Almost everyone has died at least once in the series and the main character Goku is no exception to that rule. Curious to know how many times has Goku died? Well, here is a list of when and how many times has Goku died throughout Dragon Ball.

That Brief Moment Against King Piccolo

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Goku vs King Piccolo.

While this might be considered contentious because Goku didn’t stay “dead”, King Piccolo did stop his heart for some time. As far as storytelling goes, this one can be put into the questionable side of things for sure. Unlike other instances, this is the only major fake out death Toriyama has done in the series.

Since Goku didn’t stay dead for long, this one does not have a lasting impact on the story. King Piccolo briefly stops Goku’s heart- thus “killing” him, so we will count it as a death.

Sacrificing Himself Against Raditz

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Goku in a fight against Raditz.

Moving on towards the first ‘actual death’ and the one that made the most impact. Goku sacrificing his life to stop Raditz in his tracks is extremely shocking for first time viewers. You don’t see the hero of the story- who seemed unstoppable- die in the first few episodes suddenly.

The way Goku sacrificed himself is pretty heroic to say the least. He held onto Raditz so he couldn’t escape. Meanwhile Piccolo uses his charged up Special Beam Canon to pierce through Raditz’s body and Goku’s heart. This scene is super gruesome and one of the most iconic moments in all of Dragon Ball Z- a series known for having tons of iconic moments.

Dying to a Heart Virus

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Goku getting heart virus.

Even someone who is as powerful as Goku is not immune to sickness and disease. After gaining immense power throughout the show, the audience gets to know that Goku will soon die from a heart virus. This shocked everyone around the world when this was first told to the viewers. This was as anti-climactic as it was twisted. Goes to show that Goku is not immune to viruses despite being the strongest in the universe.

All of this however, was avoided because Trunks- a time traveller- brought an antidote and cured our hero. Although Goku died from the virus in his timeline since the antidote was not invented yet. Luckily for us, the Goku in our timeline drank the antidote and remained healthy.

Sacrificing Himself Again to Save Earth

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Goku killing himself.

This might easily be one of the best deaths of the entire show. Goku sacrificing himself again- against Cell this time- is perfectly in line with his character. When it truly comes to it, Goku can be the most selfless character in the show. He saved Earth from Cell, who was going to explode, and teleported himself along with Cell to King Kai’s planet. The final words, the music, and the emotional values are all Dragon Ball Z at its best.

All of this however, is soon juxtaposed by Goku killing himself, King Kai, and his entire planet. Goku did manage to protect Earth, but he got another planet destroyed by teleporting an exploding Cell there. This was a worthy trade depending on the person you ask.

Originally this was meant to be a goodbye to Goku; while his son was meant to take the throne. But Toriyama soon changed his mind and brought back Goku after a huge fan uproar. This still doesn’t make Goku’s death any less impactful though.

Killed by Goku Black in Super

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Killed by Goku Black in Super

Toriyama loves to kill off Goku in alternate future timelines whenever he gets the chance. At this point in the series- Dragon Ball Super- Goku had gained the power equivalent to that of Gods. After getting defeated by Goku, Zamasu was incensed and swore revenge against the mortal. He wished to change his body with Goku and then outright killed him. He went as far as to kill all of the close friends and family of Goku as well.

This was one of the darkest moments in all of Dragon Ball Super- which is normally a light-hearted show.

Killed by the Assassin Hit

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Goku Assassin Hit

After competing against Hit in a tournament, Goku was impressed by his power level. Unbeknownst to Hit, Goku was the one who hired the Hit to assassinate him. This gave Goku the chance to fight Hit at his full power without holding back. Eventually, Hit got the better of Goku and actually managed to stop his heart by attacking a weak point.

Goku anticipated this however, and managed to fire an energy blast in the air before having his heart stopped. Once the battle was over, the energy blast came back down and hit Goku- making his heart work again. So technically Goku did die for a brief moment just like he did against King Piccolo.

After elaborate research and deliberation, surprisingly Goku died a total of 2 times according to the show’s main timeline. The first was when he sacrificed himself against Raditz and finally when he sacrificed himself again against Cell. All the other times Goku died was either in another timeline or in filler episodes- which are not a part of the main show continuity.

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