Tyr after he is freed will just begin to stare at his companions and then around the room taking it in "Thank you - anyone find any possible way out of here?" he asks as he begins an investigation of the room for anything useful in arming themselves or getting out of there.
Priton points to the exit he saw as he looks around for some small knife "If we find something we must kill this man, I do not wish to imagine the horrors these things want to do to him, and likely to us if we were unable to get out." Priton says as he looks for anything sharp or weaponlike (Investigation: 6 )
Looking around the room Tyr confirms the two exits previously found. Looking for weapons you see all the surgical scalpels and knives (equate to daggers). There are a few items around that could be makeshift weapons as well.
Professor Honeyton looks upon the set of tools and the book. "Should we take this with us? We might be able to use it for leverage." Honeyton suggests curiously, as a means of possibly using the book as a form of exchange at some point.
You’ve combed and picked apart the room of everything you’ve seen so far. So far you’ve left all the concoctions and material supplies, but taking the book and knives. You don’t know how intelligent those creatures were, but were probably smart enough to keep you out of the same room with your supplies. They might’ve stripped everything off of you before you were tossed into this room. It would have been just as easily tossed down the drain in the middle of the room.
"Let us just get out of here, and we can replace and get back our things later. I would rather have help with this than die trying to get our things back, also tyr if I could have one of those knives." Priton says as he looks sadly at the body and reaches out for one of the daggers
Looking through the grated window on top of the door. You recognize the room as the one where you had your battle. Purple glowing crystal with a pit in the middle. Bucket machine in the center with an abandoned wheel crank. You begin to see on the near edges of your vision a small movement of water coming in from the direction you came. Maybe an inch high creating a tiny waterfall into the abyss. Apparently you’ve been out long enough the tide has started to come back in.