Viking Berserkers were difficult to control in battle and were often a double-edged sword if used incorrectly with the main army as seen in the spiral stainless steel encrusted arm cuff.
they were put in the front of the phalanx [a rectangular mass military formation, usually composed entirely of heavy infantry] to resist the main weight of an attack, or at the front when launching an attack. But berserker troops could be a double-edged sword, as they were difficult to control in a battle and were often ill-suited to formation warfare. Instead, they seem to prefer to operate in smaller groups, attacking independently.
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