Okay, status check. What injuries have our allies sustained, and are any of them particularly serious?Is hemomancy any good for healing? Staunching a wound, at the very least? Time to find out.
It looks like no one took any serious injuries. The gash on the dwarfs head is minor but bleeds quite a bit. You try slowing the bleeding with hemomancy but it has no effect.
There are five doors in total. Three of them are still closed.
Quick start flexing and strike a victory pose.
You are posing for the crowd when one of the doors opens.
The troll roars.
The trolls charge forward. The nearest one goes directly for the weapon rack and smashes it to pieces.
The +steel warhammer+ barely misses the dwarf.
The champion engages with one of the trolls.
He slashes it in the upper body.
Subtly use your power on the injured troll's wound. It won't die from that wound otherwise.
You try to exsanguinate the troll but nothing happens. You also don't seem to be able to sense their blood.
You dodge roll behind the troll. The troll misses the goblin who ducks under the attack! The dwarf slashes the troll in the right upper arm, tearing the muscle and bruising the bone!
You slash the troll in the left foot. A motor nerve has been severed!
The troll falls over and gets scewered by the goblin's spear.
Meanwhile, a troll grabs the champion by his adamantine helm and removes his adamantine helm.
The troll punches the champion in the head with his right hand and the injured part explodes into gore!
The champion has been struck down.
The troll charges the other dwarf and nocks him over.
Stab the troll in the
You dodge through the broken horned trolls legs and try to slash it's ankles but miss and hit it in the lower body instead
It's a gelding blow!
You slash the troll in the right foot. Seeing an opening, the dwarf stabs the troll in the upper body, tearing the heart!
You finish of the broken horned troll while it is still stunned.
The crowd goes wild!
You help the goblin up while the dwarf helps himself to the adamantine gear. You then pose dramatically and wave at the crowd.