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The day King Harald insulted Thorolf he did not present, to the king, his tribute from the Lapp trading.
The following day Thorolf returned to see King Harald. He presented the full tribute directly to the king. He then presented extra furs and beaver pelts as a token of his loyalty. The people present made remarks about how generous Thorolf was.
The king then made some other remarks about Thorolf’s loyalty. Thorolf responded by inviting the king to a feast. The king said he would never attend another feast at Thorolf’s home.
Thorolf made ready his ship and departed for home.
He was hardly out of port when the king summoned the Hildiredarsons. He presented them with messages, seals and tokens with which they could take possessin of Thorolfs property at Halogaland.
The king then laid claim to Torg Island which the Hildiredarsons thought they should have inherited a part of.
When Thorolf was made aware of this he packed every ship he owned with his family, his men, all women and children, everyone free or enslaved, and all the possessions he could carry and sailed to his property at Sandness.