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The freedman went to Hrut and told him all they had spoken together. Hrut bade him give no heed, and pay no money to Hoskuld. Ó So the freedman went home, and goes on with his household just as before. A little later, Thorleik, HoskuldÕs son, went at the advice of his father to the dwelling of the freedman and took him and killed him, and Thorleik claimed as his and his fatherÕs own all the money the freedman had made. Hrut heard this, and he and his sons liked it very ill. They were most of them grown up, and the band of kinsmen was deemed a most forbidding one to grapple with.
To this Thorleik now agreed. Then Hoskuld took the gold ring, HakonÕs gift, that weighed a mark, and the sword, KingÕs gift, whereon was half a mark of gold, and gave them to Olaf, his son, and therewith his good luck and that of the family, saying he did not speak in this way because he did not know well enough that the luck had already come to him. Olaf took his gifts, and said he would risk how Thorleik would like it. Thorleik liked it very ill, and thought that Hoskuld had behaved in a very underhand way to him.
Olaf said, ÒIt seems to me that we should not be in a hurry about preparing this feast, if it is to be as noble as we should think right; now the autumn is very far worn, and the in-gathering of means for it is no longer easy; most people who have to come a long way would find that a hard matter in the autumn days; so that it is certain that many would not come of the men we most should like to see. Ó The brothers agreed to that, and Olaf now went home. Thorleik and Bard now share the goods between them.