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There was a man named Thorgeir, a kinsman and friend of Thorstein: he dwelt then at Swan-ness. This relative of Thorstein held a feast every autumn. He invited Thorstein to the next feast and Throstein accepted.
The day of departure Thorstein had four people with him; his son Grim, a house guest from Norway and two house servants.
Steiner was made aware that Thorstein would be coming to the autumn feast. He awaited at a shoreline but far enough away to not be seen.
Finally he saw Thorstein coming from a far distance. Steiner rushed Thorstein. Thorstein sent his son Grim up into a wooded section and told him to stay there. Several nearby farmers attempted to stop the clash between Steiner and Thorstein. Before the battle could be broken up two of Thorstein’s servants were dead as well as one of Steiner’s.
Thorstein looked for Grim and found him wounded. Laying next to him was the dead son of Steiner. Thorstein lifted Grim and rode away looking for care for his son.
Steiner made some disparaging remarks to Thorstein as he rode away. Grim died before they could find help for him. They buried him and rode on to the feast that Thorgeir was hosting. He spent three days there.
On his way home Thorstein kept an eye open for Steiner. He knew that he would be waiting for his return.
Steiner spyed Thorstein but Steiner himself was being spied on. It was Lambi who grabbed Stiener from behind in a bear-hug. They wrestled about for some time. As Thorstein approached them Lambi threw Steiner down the dune and quickly departed. Steiner ran after him and buried his sword in the locked door of Lambi.
Thorstein reached home safely.