Havi came across a frozen lake, the roof of a house emerging from its surface. At the center, a Jotun was ice fishing.
- Havi: Thrym's house once stood here, before ruin came upon it.
Havi killed the fisher and dove into the lake, swimming through submerged buildings.
- Havi: Cold enough to freeze the breath in your body.
He emerged into a round, cavernous area in the glacier, multiple buildings broken and frozen in the ice and wooden steps spiraling up. The corpses of Jotnar could be seen trapped within the ice.
- Havi: Loki often tells the tale of how Thrym stole Thor's hammer. It seems his account of Thor's rage was no exaggeration.
Inside one of the ruins, he found a note.
- Hastily Scribbled Note
The god of thunder is among us. The Jotnar-slayer has his hammer in hand. He came veiled in wedding garb, and Thrym, blinded by lust, believed him to be Freyja of the Æsir. When he threw off his veil and seized Mjolnir, I ran.
I hear him killing now. I hear the cries of my brothers and sisters. I have locked myself in, but no lock will stand up to that hammer.
I cannot get out. He is coming. I cannot get out.
Further along, Havi found a circlet held in the hand of a human-looking arm sticking out from a mound of ice.
- Havi: Ah! Thor's bridal circlet. This would be a gift worthy of Gunlodr's attention.
Havi made his way up the stairs and through another house to the surface.