With a quick flick of her wrist, Kai will send the bolt of light she has been summoning (edited my last post a little) towards whichever redbrand looks to be the leader of the small group and then step infront of Nobody defensively to protect him from the wolf. "Better start casting Nobody. Time to battle My armor should hold against these hounds."
Guiding bolt attack on assumed leader: 14
Damage: 16 radiant
Bonus affect: On a hit, the next attack roll made against this target before the end of Kai's next turn has advantage, thanks to the mystical dim light glittering on the target until then.
Taking the opportunity given by Kai's attack on the farthest thug, Ree'lyn wills his mystical powers to flow through him so that a green and purple energy swirls along his left arm and shoots from his hand as a crackling energy against the now glowing target.
(I do not know where all this talk about Nobody help came from. That mention of others taking "advantage" of the situation was purely from their own getting the jump on the guy somehow. And how Fabian has +11 to his attack rolls?:.)
(I'm also not quite sure how I wound up across the street when the 'idea' had been to lure over at least one redbrand over, but it's whatever I suppose. ^_^; I'll be sure to be more explicit in the future, or try to be.)
Although the twang of a boy shot was a concern, seeing the wolfhound rush in to leap for him, Nobody tries to bring his hidden Everybody up mid-leap into the beasts temple.
Reaction: Everybody To Hit: 9 For: 6 non-magical piercing damage.
Regardless of the above availability:
STR Save(DC 10): 16.
Whether knocked down in the attack or able to strike the beast down in time, Nobody rights his footing and mutters in a tongue so foul and black that it hurts the ears of those who could not understand it. A black flame erupts and consume his blade just before Nobody viciously lashed out at the wolf hound. Rather than burn it however, the flame dances across the cannine form to leap upon the redbrand close by. "So much for peaceful negotiations," He says as he struggled to keep his composure.
Movement: 1/2 to get back up if knocked prone.
Action: Nobody Casts Black Flame Blade. (Everybody) To Hit: 20 For: 6 non-magical piercing damage, and 3 points of fire damage to Redbrand2.
(Adv. roll is meant to be from Marco's help distracting at least the closest wolf.)
Margret barks orders at the goblin to use his bow slightly too late, for before she is able to finish her sentence, the goblin lets out a blood-curdling shriek and barrels past Ree'lyn. He launches himself towards one of the Redbrand thugs (RB4), scimitar flashing in the sun, shield raised.
Mal thinks to himself that his companions are much too violent sometimes. But if it is violence they want then Mal will oblige them.
I did warn you all that this would not end well for you. You just have your misplaced pride to blame.
Mal moves North of Nobody to engage WH1.
Assuming that Margaret's familiar is granting advantage to those attacking the Wolf Hound, Mal attacks with his Quarter Staff (Two Handed) and then follows up with his Unarmed Strike.
Attack Roll 1: 13
Attack Roll 2: 21
Attack Roll 1: 24
Attack Roll 2: 11
If Mal is able to kill the Wolf Hound with the Quarterstaff, he will move in and attack the nearby Red Brand (RB2) with the Unarmed Strike. If the Wolf Hound is not killed, he will attack the Wolf Hound with the Unarmed Strike.
After both attacks, he will move further North and get into the bushes. The Mobility Feat will prevent any attack of opportunity from either WH1 or RB2, as the case may be.
Grasping his Quarter Staff he bounds towards the Wolf Hound to strike its skull with an overhead chop. He then follows the move with a Round House kick to the skull.
Anticipating his opponents moves, he quickly moves to a place of cover in over to draw the opponents away from Kai and Nobody.
I hate to say it but you wouldn't last a minute in the big city. Consider this a favor before you embarrass yourselves further.
Ree‘lyns Eldritch Blast hits the half hidden Redbrand. He seams to be in a very bad shape, with burnmarks covering most of his visible skin.
Nobody tries to surprise the big dog in front of him, but he is able to avoid the attack. But then Nobody perfectly times another slash at the wolfhound, when a bat distracts the beast. As he stabs the hound a big black flame springs up and burns the thug who is standing next to the dog.
Zurzg storms at another thug and tries to slash him with his scimitar. The bandit is unable to avoid the attack and gets cut by the goblins sword.
Seeing all the commotion Maltake also jumps into the fray and hits the wounded hound with his staff, cracking the beasts skull. Without even skipping a beat, he steps over the dead body and kicks the bandit in the face before falling back to search a bit cover in the bushes.