Part of Brundel's mind knew the fear was being augmented by magics, but even knowing that on an intellectual level did not aide him in controlling it. Every fiber of his being was demanding that he run, but the part of is mind that was still his own knew he needed to help his new-found comrades somehow. He jammed his hand into a small clasped holster on his belt to retrieve a tiny bottle. Thumbing the stopper, he did his best to keep his arm from flailing as he threw the droplets of water toward Wade, trying to get a few on himself, as well. His shaky voice released the words needed to evoke the spell as an equally shaky hand traced the shape of his holy symbol in the air.
OOC: Brundel casts Bless on Wade, himself. I am assuming since Gray is against the wall, she is too far away.
Hidden in the shadows at what she felt was an ideal ambush spot, Sivanna's eyes widen with surprise and fear when the strange old woman reveals herself as some sort of monstrous creature. To her credit, she doesn't cry out, and instead clenches her teeth and tightens her now shaking grip on her drawn sword knives, and slowly forces them back into their hidden sheathes. Not wanting to turn away or take her eyes off of this strange enemy, she gingerly pulls out a throwing knife with her left hand and hurls it at the woman, hoping that it will hit despite all the shakiness that's throwing off her aim.
Sneak attack from hiding (stealth advantage canceled out by disadvantage from fear): 19 Potential Damage: 12
(OOC Note: Now that she's attacked, according to the rules, she won't be considered hidden anymore, so no more advantage on attacks)
Brundel uses every fiber of his nerve to remain standing in the room near Wade, moving toward him in attempt to heal some of the damage caused. The hag shrieked in pain, and his companions got a few licks in, but he found focusing on the battle difficult with a muddled mind. He did, however, have enough rational thought left to realize that Wade was in a bad way and needed aide as quickly as his shaking fingers could muster. He began the somatic shapes, traced in the air follow by a reedy whisper of a word...
OOC: I am going to try to use the above formatting for the remainder, and see how that works. Having a tough time keeping tracking of what is going on, but I am just used to a certain format for PbP. Sorry if this a swing and a miss!
Wade notices the strange woman heading towards Gray and tries to swipe at her. After that he sees her hand passing trough Gray as it had just now passed trough Wade himself. He rush to aid this newly met woman and touches her arm softly, causing some vines to touch her skin and heal her.
HP: 7/10 AC: 15 PP: 13
Cure Wounds: 4
Reaction: Attack of Oportunity? (Attack: 8 Damage: 5)
Sivanna frowns to herself, raising a hand to brush back a bit of stray hair. Whatever this strange old "woman" is, just the sight of her scares the Elf so much that Sivanna can barely concentrate or think. For now, she decides that it would be a good idea to slink out of sight, find a new hiding spot, then sneak up on the woman again once she's gathered her nerves.
(Sivanna moves out of LOS and tries to get a grip on herself: 17 Will Save)
Edit: (Provided that she managed to save, she'll spend the rest of the round trying to hide herself and hopefully sneak up on the strange woman next round. Sivanna's counting on that woman being distracted enough by the fight to not see her coming. Hide check: 8. I can add a second roll and take the lower if she still has disadvantage)
Unable to focus for anymore healing, Brundel hastily brings his hammer to bear. He needed to get away from this horrible hag and gather himself to have any chance of landing a strike, or being otherwise useful. Something within him told him this fumbling about was going to result in pain for his newfound companions, or worse. As the hag move to strike at Grey, he knew his chance to escape her gaze was now or never. As he moved away, he let lose a blind swing of his hammer, gambling that it might land true as she whisked past Wade and he ran beyond her gaze...