A “reckoning” is in the wind. The tides are turning on “Vikings,” and as the man-who-would-not-be-king languishes in the past, his kingdom’s future hangs in the balance.

While only the seer can pick through the haze of the future, fans can now get a glimpse of the Lothbroks’ season 4 future courtesy of over half a dozen new episode titles.

‘Vikings’ season finale revealed

As of episode 12, Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) and his eldest son had parted ways – one to England and the other to the shores of France.

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Will Bjorn (Alexander Ludwig) find glory in the Mediterranean? Can Ivar (Alex Andersen) and his father avenge Kettagrat’s long-lost Wessex outpost? See what you can discern from the titles for episodes 13 through the season 4 finale, courtesy of Spoiler TV.

  • Episode 13: “Two Journeys”
  • Episode 14: “In the Uncertain Hour Before the Morning”
  • Episode 15: “All His Angels”
  • Episode 16: “Crossings”
  • Episode 17: “The Great Army”
  • Episode 18: “Revenge”
  • Episode 19: “On the Eve”
  • Episode 20: “The Reckoning”

For now, fans should remember that great and terrible things await the Norsemen.

“This season is the most momentous and most emotional seasons we've done, and there are huge changes and upheaval involving nearly every one of our major characters,” showrunner Michael Hirst told The Hollywood Reporter.

What’s next on ‘Vikings’?

Following a devastating storm, Ragnar’s quest to reclaim his former glory is on the rocks (quite literally). Across the Channel, Bjorn will be ready to put old grudges aside during “Two Journeys.”

“Ragnar’s fleet is shipwrecked and washes up on the Wessex coast, but without enough survivors to form a credible force, Ragnar and Ivar have a difficult decision to make,” History teased.

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Rollo (Clive Standen) meets his Viking comrades again and can’t resist the urge to join Bjorn’s voyage, risking his marriage and his new Frankish identity. Ragnar too is taking a risk as he carries Ivar towards the Royal Villa in Wessex – throwing himself and his son upon the mercy of King Ecbert (Linus Roache).”

Find out more when “Vikings” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on the History Channel.