"Well I don't care to see if Undead are going to be friendly."
In a quick and practiced gesture Somana snaps her fingers and points to the Carrionstorm closest to Tran Duc Lao, as she shouts "ATACO." The glimmering chartreuse force surrounding her small hand launches across the room in an unerring path at its intended Target.
Force Missile:1d4 + 1 ⇒ (2) + 1 = 3
"No Grizzy Ghouls From the Tomb, Are Going To Seal My Doom, Without A Fight."
Female Sylph Oracle L2 (Wind Mystery) | AC 18 (T16F16) CMD14 | hp 16/16 | Saves: F+1 R+2 W+3 | Percep +3 | STATUS: Normal
Realizing that nothing she has can affect the swarm, she backs off another step and looks around frantically for a stick or broken piece of furniture, something that can be turned into an improvised torch.
Perception: 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (10) + 3 = 13
Once she has it, she'll ignite it with her Spark orison.
I think the 1 point of fire damage from a torch is effective against most swarms; its just, well, only 1 point. Consult your local GM.
This lavish room of cold marble is festooned
with a large but mangy polar bear-skin rug
and an ornate desk of darkwood carved with
an odd motif of cherubs grappling with vipers.
Behind the desk in a high-backed leather chair
rests a skeleton in judge’s regalia, a long white
beard still draped down the front of his robes.
A rusted iron spiked chain still dangles from
around the neck of the skeleton. Near the desk
lays the desiccated skeleton of a large dog, a
few of its ribs broken and its skull cracked.
Malgrim enters the room through it's eastern door.
Against an undead abomination? Of course. Just because he's a criminal and may be guilty of getting Mord killed, doesn't mean she'll let him just die like this. That's not serving justice. And in terms of evil, undead are way worse.