Helgi accepted her affection, and bade her not care for the displeasure of her relatives.
Helgi summoned his men to save her from this loathed wedding.
The story of Helgi and Swava is one that covers a large period of time, though the actual remnants of the story are small.
It is in this second version of the story of Helgi that the tragedy is worked out.
Lyting thrust at Skarphedinn, but Helgi came up then and threw his shield before the spear, and caught the blow on it.
There was Geir the thief, son of Thorgerda the liar; he was hanged by the priest Helgi.
Probably they had not seen the description of the discovery made by Bjrn and Helgi in 1654.
But Flosi was close behind, and stretched Helgi dead in front of him.
Hiorvard answers, that he will supply Helgi with an army, if he will avenge his mother's father.
Indridi lifts the sack to Helgi's back; Helgi carries it out to the left.