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Gudrun Gunthorsdottir is a barbarian living in Gunnarsgrunn and is the daughter of Chieftain Gunthor, the leader of the village. She desires to leave the village and find an outlander for a romantic partner,[1] but her father is opposed to such ideas, considering outlanders to be a threat.[2] Gunthor's obsession with treating the settlement as a raiding party greatly exasperates Gudrun.[3] Despite her people's skill in Fishing, she is not very good at catching fish, often hiding the fact by sneaking off to buy fish from nearby markets.[4]

She has a liking for jewellery, reacting appreciatively to gifts from her dwarven admirer Dororan, such as an engraved ring.[5] She also has an appreciation for poetry and bards, like most of her people.[6][7] During Dororan's attempt to woo her, she attempts to convince her father that they is no need for war, enlisting the help of Dororan, who attempts to encourage peace through a poem, and an adventurer who acts as a messenger. She reads the poem to her father, convincing him that they can honour their ancestors peacefully.[8] Gunthor, pleased with the poem, makes Dororan the village's bard and allows Dororan and Gudrun to live together in the former Leptoc manor, south of the Grand Exchange in Varrock.[9]

At the behest of Dororan, the player can engrave a ruby bracelet, dragonstone necklace, and onyx amulet, requiring levels 42, 72 and 90 Crafting, as gifts for Gudrun.

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  • In Norse mythology, Gudrun was the wife of Sigurd.
  • She has a gravestone in the New Varrock graveyard which reads "Gudrun Gunthorsdottir. Gudrun has a good run."

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  1. ^ Gudrun, "Gunnar's Ground", RuneScape. "I would love to leave the village and be romanced by exotic, handsome, outerlander men. There's a problem, though."
  2. ^ "Gunnar's Ground", RuneScape. "My papa, the chieftain. He would never let an outerlander pursue me.[...]He thinks all your people are our enemies."
  3. ^ Gudrun, "Gunnar's Ground", RuneScape. "I think there's a difference between respecting my ancestors and obsessing over them. Papa thinks whatever stupid war Gunnar fought is still going on."
  4. ^ Kjell, "Gunnar's Ground", RuneScape. "Maybe you should sneak off to the outerlander city again? Buy fish in market, instead of catching them?"
  5. ^ Gudrun, "Gunnar's Ground", RuneScape. "It's lovely! There's something written on it: 'Gudrun the Fair, Gudrun the Fiery.' Is it about me?[...]This is a beautiful gift, stranger. Thank you."
  6. ^ Gudrun, "Gunnar's Ground", RuneScape. "That was brilliant! I must know who wrote that poem."
  7. ^ Gudrun, "Gunnar's Ground", RuneScape. "A tale-teller? A bard? My people have great respect for poets."
  8. ^ Dororan, "Gunnar's Ground", RuneScape. "The poem says you can honour your ancestors by settling peacefully on the land they conquered."
  9. ^ Gudrun, "Gunnar's Ground", RuneScape. "It's not in the village. It's east of here: across the river and north of the road on the way to Varrock. It's a big house with roses outside."