I can build you a wall in exchange for the Moon, the Sun, and for the Goddess Freya's hand in marriage.
Or we give him strict condition when building the wall.
The Master Builder part 3
That sounds like good plan.
This story takes in the earlier days of the Gods and Asgard. Thor was the protecter of Asgard, with his hammer Mjölnir. Although the Gods could not always rely on Thor, so they decide they will build a wall.
The Master Builder part 4
Word must have traveled fast, because the next day a tall, big, smith-like newcomer came to Asgard with a huge stallion. He offered to build the wall in 3 seasons in exchanged for the Moon, the Sun, and for the Goddess Freya's hand in Marriage.
The Master Builder part 5
The Gods thought Freya, the Moon, and the Sun were all to important give to a stranger in exchange for a wall. Loki was able to convinced the Gods(except Freya) that the stranger could not build, along with giving him strict conditions when building the wall.
The Master Builder part 6
*Lol he dead*
The stranger agrees with the conditions and ask if he may use he horse to pull his cart. The Gods allow him to use his horse. Each night he goes to the mountain and collects stones and each day he come down and adds to the wall, this continues for almost 6 months.
It was the last day of winter and the wall was nearly done. The Gods started to worry, and Freya's anger grew more by the second. Loki came up with a plan to lead the Stranger's horse away by shapeshifting to mare.
By the time the stranger returned he didn't have enough stone bricks to finish the wall. The Gods began to laugh and mock the man, who revels himself to be giant. But before he can attack any of the Gods he is killed by Thor's hammer Mjölnir.