Makani is shocked for a moment by the visceral end of the elven woman before quickly turning to face the man on horseback- his wings flaring out and lowering himself to take off- but he falters, and holds his position with a bit of a tremble, unsure of what he should do.
Looking down at his fallen companion, seeing that what he did wasn't working, Asphodel makes a disgusted face as he touches his sealed wound with his hand. Clearly grossed out at the thought of touching a dead man, he casts Cure Wounds.
"Stay with us, hound boy. There is no way I'm dragging your corpse around. Blood stains."
Kathleen's face scowls or comes close to one. She is frustrated for not being able to do anything this entire fight. She thinks about trying to do something useful to get her mind off things but realizes she is running low on arrows.
Kathleen will search the camp for Arrows or clues. Perception: 9
(OOC: In this whole campaign, I have missed 8 attacks in a row. I'm going to start keeping a Miss Streak)
With the fight now clearly over, Jason just falls on his ass in moth mental and physical exhaustion. Being knocked out took a lot out of you, who knew? However, after a few more seconds of catching his breath and gaining his bearing Jason slowly picks himself up and retrieves his thrown items. AS he does he glances at the fallen elf woman and sighs, kneeling down before her and closing her eyes. "Rest in peace lady."
Standing back up he looks down the elevated platform at the other bodies of those they fought and closes his eyes for a moment to process everything. Opening them only once he's settled down, ".....is anyone in need of rest?" He asks everyone. Jason himself is more then willing to move forward, but not at the cost of someone else's life.
"I don't think we have time for a breather." Katznii says, seeing Ria's backside retreating down the tunnel. "With them being already inside, I doubt we have the luxury of hoping they'll pace themselves conveniently for our tardy arrival."
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"The mongoose blew out its candle and was asleep in bed before the room went dark." —Llanowar fable