His queen bore the name of Grimhild, and was deeply versed in magical science, but was evil of nature.
He also retains the fact that Grimhild was Gunther's mother.
But neither Sigurd nor the maiden Gudrun knew of Grimhild's resolve.
Meanwhile Grimhild urges her son Gunnar to sue for the hand of Brynhild.
Brynhild said: "Let us not contend: I bear no good will to Grimhild."
Grimhild says, "So it is shapen that thou must have this king and none else."
Her mother Grimhild learned of her place of concealment and attempted to bring about a reconciliation between her and Gunnar.
Grimhild meanwhile urged upon her son Gunnar to sue for the hand of Brunhild.
The queen bears the name of Grimhild, and is versed in magic, but possessed of an evil heart.
Grimhild was of their company, for she said that their errand would never be brought fairly to pass if she sat at home.