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Thorolf packed the tribute to the king which was produced by trading with the Lapps. He took it and ninety men to Trondheim where he met Olvir. Olvir told Thorolf that the king had been listening to the lies of the Hildiredarsons and that he had tried to convince the king otherwise but to no avail.
Thorolf approached the king and told him he had his full tribute ready for delivery. Thorolf told the king that he had brought more than the tribute in order to show the king his loyalty. The king said “Whatever you have brought I have deserved. I have conflicting reports on your loyalty.”
Thorolf replied that the king should know his loyalty from the battle of the final war.
The discussion became heated and when it was finished Thorolf walked out the door.