Frigg is the second character I’ve written who had this weapon of choice: the first, Katherine of Fanswas a far more conflicted character, prone to second-guessing herself after some early moral lapses. But her time with the Society for Creative Anachronism had given her no small skill with the instrument. For her, it was an expression of her inner warrior.

For Frigg, it is also an expression of her inner warrior, which is virtually indistinguishable from her outer warrior. But even though it’s a lot more appropriate to her setting than to Katherine’s, she seems almost unique in her use of the tool. Not sure why we didn’t show other macers in the series, but probably we just wanted to set her off a bit more.

I like how Frigg seems to be slowly warming up to these asks the more of them she gets.