(@Maleth) If Tsesh was still able to, he probably would have scowled over the pale elves reply. "As long as you can guarantee me that you are able to swing these weapons too, and not only carry them." As he looked at the pale elf one more time, he felt as if there was something in the back of his head, something important... Only to be abruptly interrupted. (@Grall_Stonefist ) He had notice that the dwarf was waking up, which made him rather nervous. He knew a bit about the small men in the mountains, and had heard that they could see through any illusions. His ring had done a good job concealing his undead nature before his surroundings, but the dwarf could ruin it all. That was the reason Tsesh had thought about leaving the small bearded man to die, but in his current situation the strenght of the mountain people was far too much of an asset. He just had to hope the dwarf would hold back his tongue, at least until they had solved this problem. From the looks of it, this one seemed to be part of the strange slayer-cult. Maybe he could use the dwarfes bloodlust to their advantage. "The city has been invaded by raiders, as you may remember, and we brought you here to this group to break through the enemies lines. Calm down, there will be enough barbarians to slay this night." One one side he hoped the dwarf would not see the pointed ears in this group, on the other he would like it if the dwarf would not focus too much on his own person, for obvious reasons. But in the end, someone had to stop the dwarf from starting a massacre. That would not be helpful.