Lothar yelled as something in the blackness bite into him hard. As the searing spikes burst into his flesh, he could feel something begin to course through his veins. Luckily, the mountain man had significant wherewithal and was able to shake off the worse of the poison.
The Spider nimbly skitters side to side dodging Vandar's attacks.
Tibern is up next, then Lothar, then Silas.
Lothar and Silas remain restrained. A DC 12 Strength check or attacking the webbing can free you. You have disadvantage on attack rolls while restrained But that dosen't matter much because you are blind while inside the darkness and therefore already at disadvantage when attacking.
Sorry I'm a bit confused. Last turn I thought Tibern went through the darkness made his attack and then stepped back into the darkness for cover, if you moved all the way back through you would have had to roll to avoid running into Lothar. (Unless you used a wall to guide you through like Vandar did.) Upon stepping back out at this point you would be in melee range of one of the bugbears and you would be expecting trouble so you can make a normal attack this round if you like.
(At this point the only people/monsters in the room who are not in darkness are Tibern, Vandar, a spider (currently engaged in combat with Vandar), qndcthe 2 bugbears (one of whom is engaged with Vandar and the other one by Tibern). There are 2 spiders remaining in the darkness, and it appears that the Black Spider has fled down the passage to the east.
Tibern emerges from the darkness and quickly cuts down the bugbear he finds waiting there for him.
Just waiting on Lothar. You can roll a strength check DC 12, or try attacking the webbing or spider at disadvantage since you are still in the dark.
(Once again I must apologize for a long wait between posts and a few mistakes on my part, just discovered that I put Vandar on the wrong side of the room, things are picking up at my shop been missing a bit of sleep lately. Thank you guys for putting up with my scatterbrained DMing.)
The man struggled to get free from the webs that bound him. He heard the sounds of battle emanating from outside the blackness, and he had to get free. Otherwise, he was a mere pawn in the Black Spider's web. He thrashed and tore at the webbing and was able to free himself. He emerged from the blackness to see his enemies. Pulling on his adrenaline, he struck out at the nearest spider engaged with Vandar, but it appeared that his greatsword went wide.
(Sorry for my absence. I was busy over the long weekend, and then my computer died yesterday (never gets fully through the boot process). I’ll be a lot slower posting until that’s fixed probably, though I’m trying to work through my games on my phone atm to at least get posts up).
Vandar continues to strike out at the spider engaged with him.