Ashley feels her fist connect with the face of a man and instantly he goes down, without a chance to do anything. While she can't see much, she presumes the man is either dead or unconscious, because he is not moving.
Cloud's turn now.
Ashley can hear another man running her way, and this one sounds even more pissed then the other.
Ashley grins as her punch connects right with his face. She knocks him unconscious, merely only wanting to render him incapacitated. The city guard can take care of him if he's a criminal. Her eyes widen as she hears someone else approaching, and she puts her fists up. She suddenly curses herself for putting herself so out in the open, without light, and completely blinded.
As it was a melee attack, Ashley decides to knock him out instead of killing him.
Cloud dives towards the running pissed man almost hissing in response, she stops her movement half a way, a little slides to the left, leans and sweep the running legs with her tail, hopefully taking advantage of the recklessness run. She hope to left him slip on the ground and scrape his back with the claw
Tail Attack: (DEX): 18
On a succeed I assuming the man prone and use a [Tooltip Not Found] to make a second attack with the claw
Delight grimaces at the sight of the crossbow bolt piercing into Cloud's chest, getting a full view of the sight thanks to her own ability to see in the darkness. She runs towards Cloud, doing the best she can in these closed quarters to avoid stepping into the tripped man's reach. "Sorry about this," she says, grabbing the bolt and ripping it out of the wound before placing her hand on Cloud and casting a healing spell.
Seeing the half-orc approaching, she adds, "What is this one, friend or foe?"
Delight moves adjacent to Cloud (if there is enough space in the sewers, she remains out of the enemy's reach, but she'll just have to deal with it if she can't) and uses her action to cast cure wounds, healing Cloud for 6 hit points! After pulling out the bolt of course, presumably as an interaction if DM permits, since healing a wound around the bolt is probably a bad idea.