Grettir told him his name; "but who is it that wants to know?" he asked. "My name is Bardi," answered the stranger. "Are you Bardi the son of Gudmund from Asbjarnarnes?" "The same," he replied. "But what are you after?" Grettir said: "I and Audun are playing here." "I don't know about your play," said Bardi. "But you are not alike.
It is not known that he and Kormak ever met again; at least it is not mentioned anywhere. Bardi the son of Gudmund and his brothers rode home to Asbjarnarnes when they left Grettir. They were the sons of Gudmund the son of Solmund. Solmund's mother was Thorlaug, daughter of Saemund the Southerner, the foster-brother of Ingimund the Old. Bardi was a man of great distinction.