The now-dead frogling has nothing unusual on its body, except a hemp wristband and necklace and the thrown spear-head. As before, the spear head is made of adamantite and weighs about 3.5 lbs.
There is nothing else moving around you; apparently, this one was left behind because it was considered too weak for the war party. At the same time, however, you find a hole in the ground about five feet from where it was originally standing.
The hole leads underground by means of an interior sloped rock wall, similar to a climbing wall, except the hand-holds are made of carved stone. They are also a little narrow for human fingers, but would serve a frogling's narrower fingers quite well.
The slope, about 80-degrees, is about twenty feet down. The edge of the hole is made of carved stone blocks and was clearly not made in the last few days; it seems to have been "opened up" recently, suggesting there might be multiple entrances into multiple lairs, or perhaps all into a same single lair, stretching throughout an area surrounding the barrow.
At any case, Embla's heightened sense does not reach to the bottom of the sloping wall underground.
As I said, you know approximately where the barrow ought to be - over there, somewhere, towards the west. The sun is getting lower - it is about half-past four, perhaps nearer to five, in the afternoon.