In this episode, Egil mourns the death of his brother, Thorolf, at least until someone offers him enough money to feel better about the whole thing. Shortly after that, our hero heads home and slips into a love-sick depression. While composing poetry helps him deal with his feelings, he won’t feel better until the wedding bells ring (or is it until the wedding horn blows in this case?). Meanwhile, a new rival arrives to challenge Egil for Asgerd’s Norwegian inheritance. Berg-Onund has married Asgerd’s sister and takes the property that belonged to their father, claiming Asgerd is nothing more than a king’s slave-woman. This insult forces Egil into action, resulting in a number of significant deaths and a sentence of full-outlawry from King Eirik and Queen Gunnhild. Along the way he manages to curse the spirits of Norway. The story is heating up. Come along for the ride!
Intro Music – “Prelude and Action” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Summary Music – “The Royal Vagabond” by Jocker’s Dance Orchestra
Preview Music – “Vanheimr” by Danheim
Outro Music – “Stormfront” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Selections from music by Kevin MacLeod licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/