Vagn, true to his word, married Ingeborg, the daughter of Thorkel Leira. He remained in Viken for a winter, but moved to southern Denmark to his lands in Funen where he ruled for a long time. It is said that many great men are descended from him and Ingeborg.
Bjorn the Welshman, feeling that his duty to Vagn was fulfilled, returned to his home in Wales, and ruled over his lands for as long as he lived, and was an admired leader.
Sigvaldi returned to his home in Denmark, and ruled over his lands in Zealand. There is wife Astrid awaited him. Sigvaldi was considered a very shrewd man by all who knew him.
Thorkel the Tall, not to be confused with Thorkel Leira, was a very wise and powerful leader who continued to place himself and his men in harms way. He was known for putting his strength behind the king he felt was strongest, but sometimes changed allegiances at will.
Sigurd Cape took over his inheritance on the island of Bornholm, and he and his wife Tova had a long line of descendants.
There is a tale ( myth ) that Bui became a dragon and guarded his gold around Hjorunga Bay. ( Gee doesn't that story sound familiar ! )
Earl Hakon's rule over Norway did not last long . He was murdered by King Olaf Tryggvasson, better known by the hated name of St. Olaf.
I can't begin to tell you how much I love this story ! These Jomsvikings, though rough and merciless as they were, lived by a code of honor that is seldom seen in our day and age. When these great warriors took a blood oath it was to the death. We see that in the " scene " when each of the Jomsvikings is put to death one by one. They each in turn express some regrets not to have finished something that they had started, but they all were resigned to their fate because of the oath of brotherhood they took to the other Jomsvikings. I really love it when two of the Jomsvikings make fun of Earl Hakon and his men before being executed. Wow ! Talk about " gallows humor " !
You also see this when Bjorn the Welshman, who was sworn to look after Vagn, kicks him which saves him from Thorkel Leira's attack. Though next in line to die, he thought at that moment only of his friendship, brotherhood, and oath to Vagn. That is the way these men acted and reacted. They were one with each other and their causes.
My final comment is a simple request. If you liked my condensed version of this wonderful story, ( and over 1,500 people read it !), then I would love for you to go out and read the entire Jomsvikings saga. The version that I would recommend is : The Saga of the Jomsvikings, translated from the old Icelandic by, Lee M Hollander. It is a wonderful read !
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