Feldard had just grumbled as the priest wasted yet another prayer on healing him. That would just mean more meditation later, bah!
Nicolai took the lead next to the dwarf, keeping an eye out for traps. “Feldard, this place may have secrets beyond my eyes, can your dwarven eyes better see any secret doors around the place?”
The dwarf, once more hale and hearty took to the lead with Nicolai, his dwarven eye for construction lending aid in finding those spots that might conceal a secret trap or a hidden doorway.
Seeing the Nicolai and the Dwarf at the fore, Saeth settled into the rear again. It bothered her less this time—any real dangers were almost certainly past by now.
As the others set themselves into some kind of marching order Miklos, taking his place behind Maruc, said, “Could I request that we do not resort to fire? If there is an evidence to prove our actions to the lords of Specularum, it is likely to be written down.”
“Please focus your attention on things that may remind you of Sevastians trappings or the Sons of Night, these will be invaluable in any required explaination of our actions. Other things to be wary of are,” Miklos pulled a parchment out and read. “The Dread Night, Nithia, Nyx, Taymora, Black Opal Eye, Undeath and Sacrifice. Although Taymora is a place I think, as have mentioned before.” Putting the parchment back he was ready to follow the others further up the Tower.
The mage’s comment reminded Feldard of something.. what was it now.. “oh yeah, Dentiata before he died commented how he was preparing for .. now how did he put it?” The dwarf recalls back a moment.. “ah! ‘the day when our world will be consumed by the Dread Night’. An event.. Sadly he didn’t live much longer to expand on the concept of it. Hope that helps some.”
They made their way up the stairs, at ease with the knowledge that their principle foe lay dead. The door was open at the top of the stairs, and it lead into a hallway with various closed doors located throughout. Light was provided by glowglobes attached to the ceiling at both ends of the hallway. No sounds could be heard and the hallway was silent.