Having just lopped off the head of the grim attacking Agozur in a single stroke, Morn rushes forward using the reach of his polearm to slash into the beast attacking the half-orc. The dog's fur is beginning to be matted with it's own red wine.
Lil your traveling companion rushes into the fray beside you. What do you do now?
You manage to pierce it's right eye socket and the departure let's a horrific growl and quickly retaliates. Chomping at you with both heads.
Attack: 8 Damage: 3
Attack: 10 Damage: 5
However, the pain, rage, and orbital loss effect its ability to make contact.
Silv'ar, as a result of Alesandair, a warmth and light come over you as life and vitality infuse every part of your body healing your wounds. You are now back at full health, though lying prone. A grimlock stands about 10 feet forward fighting with Mobya, and another stands about 15 feet behind with the diseased dog engaged with Lil and Morn. What do you do? [If you attack, be sure to include sneak attack in your damage]
[@Silv'ar, it looks like you did it all correctly. :) ]
Infused with a fresh vitality, the halfling carefully times his steps through the mud, this time to align with the creature's own feints and parries against Mobya, and leaping and climbing up the creature, Silv'ar manages to get both daggers into the creature's bony cranium and then use the hilts as handles when the pale monster careens forward belly-down in the middle of the muddy road...in that moment Mobya, Silv'ar, and Alesandair are finally able to acknowledge the fresh body lying on the ground a few feet from the fallen creature.
The other Grimlock, feeling his fellow fall and seeing the wounds of the dog, steps back, moving quickly behind the dog, and lumbers loudly off into the trees to the right of the road.
As the dwarf takes off after the remaining creature of the underdark, her legs pump back and forth in true dwarven persistence, allowing her to keep pace. As she gets closer though, the druid realizes that her focus on running could make it difficult to complete her attack.
[You can only get within 10 feet, which is not within the normal range of your scimitar, so you could either use the dash action to keep up or stop short and use a different actin like a spell or some sort of ranged attack, maybe even throwing the scimitar as an improvised weapon.]
As I run behind the grim and see his back clear of any obstacles, I visualize my many years of throwing my ax at trees at this distance for fun and immediately sheath my scimitar and grab my ax, throwing it at the grim’s back with rage for how hard it’s been to kill the darn thing!!!
Agozur, you are up. The grim and the dwarf have taken off into the woods, the grim about 10 ft in front of the dwarf and beginning to be obscured from view. You're other companions are engaged with the dog or standing about 10 feet behind it.
Alesandair watches as Mobya lumbers after the fleeing Grimlock and decides it is his turn to inflict some damage upon the attacking party.
Realizing that the two-headed dog is the only remaining member since his attention was initially focused on saving the halfling, Alesandair will make his way towards the dog while brandishing the yklwa and attempting to shove the weapon right between the shoulder blades of the beast where the base of the two heads meet. Attack= 9 damage= 7
After his attack, Alesandair exclaims to his party members, "Keep your eyes out for more enemies, this group may be a lone hunting party or part of a larger group. You can never be too sure with these kinds of fiends. Also, has anyone been back to check on the wagons and the merchant? Hopefully, there weren't any guerrilla tactics used to assault the caravan we have with us.