The first quest you’ll encounter when you arrive in Kaer Trolde is “Help Hjalmar with his expedition”. It’s not very difficult, and the rewards are decent. Killing the ice giant will earn you 100 xp and a Mastercrafted silver sword. You can also get help from other people in Kaer Trolde if you want to make the quest even more rewarding. Folan and Vigi are also available to help.
Hjalmar can be contacted in Fornhala as a quest character. After you complete An Eye for an Eye, he’ll be willing to help you defeat the Undvik giant. After you have completed this quest, he will join the expedition to Kaer Morhen where you can help Cerys. You’ll be rewarded with a skill point, which will help you further in your quest.
When you reach this level, you’ll need to talk to Hjalmar to find a way out of the giant’s lair. Once there, look for a skeleton with an Old Key and a Mysterious Map on it. The skeleton has these items, so you’ll need to find it. Then, head east to a side room. The tunnel will lead to the giant’s lair.
Hjalmar Johansen, another famous Norwegian polar explorer, was also a notable Norwegian. Hjalmar Johansen, a former gymnast, joined Fridtjof Nansen’s expedition in 1893. He returned to the north with him the following year. His crew was called heroes in Norway. Johansen was also promoted to captain of the infantry. However, he was drunk and had to be rehabilitated at Spitzbergen.
The Fram left Kristiansand to travel to Buenos Aires where Amundsen, Gjertsen, and other crew members would winter. The crew was accompanied by Gjertsen, who acted as Johansen’s assistant for oceanographical work and collected important data from the South Atlantic. Hjalmar Johansen had three sons, and Gjertsen campaigned to divide his reward between them.
As part of the first Fram Expedition, Johansen was also a successful polar trekker. He joined Amundsen’s polar expedition in 1895 and joined Amundsen’s Antarctic expedition. He was also the ship’s commodore for two expeditions. His second Fram Expedition was to Russia’s Arctic Sea, where he saved ships that had become lost in the ice.