Kveldulf's son, and was his near kinsman. Now shall we be at peace and of one mind each with the other, and of goodwill, whether we meet on fell or foreshore, ship or snow-shoes, earth or ice-mount, sea or swift steed, even as each found his friend on water, or his brother. There was now no lack of provision to keep his people through the winter. And it is said that he then had a fit of shape-strength, as had also several of his comrades. Eric counselled them to make for Iceland, and said that would be of no avail to abide there in the land (i.e. Then it was told king Olaf that both his earls Hring and Adils were fallen, and a multitude of his men likewise. Now they all rode off, and when they were somewhat on their way, Grettir spake "I have heard that thou hast will to go to Burgfirth this summer, and I now offer to go south with thee; and methinks that herein I do for thee. Anglo-Scandinavian forms include Blasse, Blase.
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