Watching the individual she accompanied into the town and combating the creatures that attacked the family she joins the fight.
Move: She runs up near Fjordix so that one of the Kobolds is in her sight. Standard Action: She will attack with her Mace at Kobold 3 (To hit: 19 , Damage: 5 ) Bonus Action: She looks to Fjordix and says "Looking very disheveled, my friend. Let me fix that." and casts Healing Word (Healing: 5 )
Fjordix looks to Valharri and nods then watches as one of the dagger wounds knitted itself closed with Valharri's magic. He then immediately turns his attention back to the Kobolds, not wanting to give them the advantage.
Rex cracks his knuckles and raises his claw, "Ok, take two!" Stardust again swirls to a single point in his palm and releases in the same streak toward Kobold 4, Eldritch Blast!" [22 and 5 force damage] and then moves 30 feet back. [Alright! Back on track!]
[This is one of those situations where just posting in initiative order gets a bit confusing. Rex made an attack with Eldritch Blast at the beginning of combat, but, due to a low initiative roll, that action didn't take place until just now (as mentioned in my post regarding initiative order). The Eldritch Blast that missed is the one with an attack roll of 7. The most recent attack (the 22) will hit on his next turn. This is a bit of a unique situation as you came into the middle of an ongoing combat (between the family and the kobolds), so there was no surprise round for those first attacks.
In looking back, I see that I missed Ghenesh's first attack with the crossbow, so that should have been the attack on his first turn, not the rapier attack. Since it is my fault for missing it, I will leave it to the group as to whether or not to retcon the turns to be
turn 1: missed with crossbow, turn 2: missed with rapier, turn 3 (hasn't happened yet): hits with rapier --or--
turn 1: missed with rapier, turn 2: hits with rapier
[Still waiting to hear from AmazingAmazon and FireFlight. So far, it looks like the preference (where one exists) is to retcon away the shot with the crossbow and move on with Ghenesh just having connected with his rapier.]
Fjordix watches as another Kobold falls, "Keep at it, we'll fell them all yet!" he cries as he brings his Glaive down against one of the two Kobolds who had stuck him like a pig only a few moments before.
Standard Action: Attack with Glaive, with Great Weapon Master (still angry, but not quite as angry), 9 to hit for 11 slashing damage
Bonus Action: Great Weapon Master: On your turn, when you score a critical hit with a melee weapon or reduce a creature to 0 hit points with one, you can make one melee weapon attack as a bonus action. (Just in case: 18 to hit for 14 slashing damage)
The kobold hisses as Fjordix's glaive swings in, missing its target.
The woman takes another stab at the kobold with her spear [Attack: 16 Damage: 3]. While the spear pierces into the kobold, it is not enough to bring it down.
Monk-E, you're up. There are 4 unharmed kobolds and one that just took a spear to the abdomen, but is still standing.
Unfazed by his first attempt miss, and further emboldened by everyone's show of courage, Monk-E steps in to assist the woman and moves forward to thrust his shortsword into the same kobold she is working over.
Attack: 11 Damage: 8
Again, using his martial arts skills, he throws a punch to either finish off this kobold (if missed above) or take on a new nearby target (if first target has fallen) (using bonus action).