Nathaniel rushes at the carnival manager, shoving him against a wall and damaging him significantly. The move knocks the man's feet from under him and he is prone. His grin never fades, despite his cracked ribs.
Urdrin goes after the cruel fey with his axe. Spindle is wounded, but not as much as one would expect from such a blow. It is much like what you experienced with the grigs; he is resistant to ordinary metals. Spindle seems to find it all very funny, and laughs cruelly.
Res joins the fray, but the lithe and quick-footed fey is able to dodge the cleric's powerful attack.
"The creature is fey, I think! If you have cold iron to attack it with, it will get through it's magical protections better!" Eliva readied a shot against the creature. "I suspect it will be resistant to spells as well." Eliva called on Erastil to give her arrows more power as she moved along the wall for a clear shot and aimed at the foul creature.
Nathaniel strikes blindly at his invisible foe, but does not make contact with anything. Res, on the other hand, manages to strike Spindle solidly. The fey being is not wounded as badly as he otherwise might, resistant as he is to ordinary steel. Rather then yell in pain, Spindle lets out a high shrill laugh, as if he finds this all terribly amusing.
Eliva suddenly finds the matter very funny. She manages to resist Spindle's sinister feeding, however.
Eliva: Since it is now your turn, you can attempt a new Will save at DC 13 to end the hideous laughter. That will take up your actions for the round, but you would be able to act next round.
Angalia, Urdrin, and Res both try to strike at the fey but miss. Nathaniel charges at Sergei, but the crazed carnival manager dodges his blow.
Tiffana: You didn't need to roll a save - you were not targeted by anything.
Tiffana tries to instill fear in the carnival manager. Sergei's save: 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (11) + 3 = 14 In his crazed state, he seems not to register the fear.
Erfan tries to shrug off the hideous laughter: 1d20 - 2 ⇒ (14) - 2 = 12. The poor gnome's mind is simply too cracked to free himself from the spell. He needs to roll a 18, 19, or 20 to make the save...
Sergei turns on Nathaniel with another spell. He's taking a 5 foot step away and casting lesser confusion. DC 13 Will save, Nathaniel.
Spindle again tries to spread his laughter. Res: DC 16 Will save please.
Tiffana did not need to make a save.
Eliva needs to roll a DC 13 Will save. If she succeeds, she has shrugged off the hideous laughter and can act normally this round.
Res needs to roll a DC 16 Will save against hideous laughter.
Nathaniel needs to roll a DC 13 Will save against lesser confusion.
Eliva (If she succeeds on a DC 13 Will save from the previous round, she can act normally on her turn. Otherwise, she is still under the effect of hideous laughter and should save again for the current round.)
Tiffana Nathaniel (DC 13 Will save or under lesser confusion for this round.)
Res (DC 16 Will save or under hideous laughter. If you fail, roll a second DC 16 Will save as your attempt to resist the spell on your turn.)
Erfan (hideous laughter)
Res strides up to Spindle and swings his sword. The fey is able to dodge the blow, but not without leaving an open for Angalia, who cuts at him with her dagger. Spindle is injured, and even moreso when struck with an arrow from Eliva's bow.
Nathaniel is up and still needs to roll a DC 13 Will save. If you fail, you are confused with the round. If you succeed, take your action as normal.
Tiffana (grappling Sergei)
Nathaniel (DC 13 Will save or under lesser confusion for this round.)
Sergei (grappled by Tiffana)
Erfan (hideous laughter)
Yikes. I rolled terribly for Nathaniel. Befuddled by Sergei's spell, Nathaniel becomes disoriented and falls against his own axe. 1d8 + 2 ⇒ (8) + 2 = 10 damage. And the bad rolls continue... Sorry.
Sergei wrestles with Tiffana to gain control of the grapple. Escape Artist 1d20 + 9 ⇒ (4) + 9 = 13 By my count, Tiffana's CMD is 13, so that succeeds. Sergei turns the tables and is now grappling Tiffana.
Res sees Eliva's arrow plunge into one of Spindle's organs and the ensuing cry of pain. "Where's the laughter now?" Res circles around to try to cut the clown off. He takes another powerful swing in an attempt to offset the resistance to his non-cold iron sword with sheer force.
Indeed, Spindle doesn't find it funny, as he crumples to the ground in a pool of blood.
Sergei calls out in panic, "Master!" as he sees his beloved guide perish. He looks around at all of you in utter rage.
Angalia feels a change in herself almost immediately, as if a cloud has lifted from about her head. The Laughing Plague is lifted from Angalia and Erfan, along with the accompanying Wisdom damage. However, Erfan's wisdom drain from Spindle's feeding, as well as the ongoing hideous laughter on him and Urdrin, are still very much in effect.
The dice roller's wonkiness worked out in your favor this round :) That's fine - I didn't want to drag it out much longer anyway.