"Open that door you coward!!!" The axe bellows loudly.
Hon feels the thrill of battle infuse his being. Thoughts of stealth and subtlety are gone. Standing toe to toe with the giant is his main desire.
Hon swings another blow at the door, which buckles slightly but stays on its hinges. 1d20 ⇒ 111d12 ⇒ 6
Hon Will: 1d20 ⇒ 17
Hon then gains control and pulls back to make room, dragging Khazad away.
Nar's spectral weapon fails to connect with the giant. Two of Joan's arrows stay sunk deep in the giant's neck and shoulder.
The axe speaks in dwarven: "I have not spilled enough blood today."
The elder dwarf grimly advances with his waraxe.
He speaks to Logan: "So you are the one who is responsible for this operation?"
The dwarf accentuates the word operation, pronouncing it with great disgust and vehemence. As a dwarf, he is not prone to use his fingers to put air quotes around any word. Especially with an axe and shield grimly held in both hands.
Joan continues to climb as Gallak casts a spell to change the appearance of his equipment. Kib ascends the easier portion of the chimney, slipping as he ascends the very steep incline. Hon's gaseous form has not appeared in sight yet, but your rough estimates show he is a minute or two away in gas form.
The axe speaks to Khazad: "Don't drop me, I'd rather your throw me up there. I don't want duergar touching me."
Kib makes Perception DC 20:
As Kib climbs around the first corner, he notices the elemental in the stone wall ten feet ahead.
Kib missed Perception DC 20:
As Kib climbs around the first corner, the elemental appears out of the wall with a long, exaggerated finger over where his mouth would be.
"How do you like me now? By the way, we are DUELING TO THE PAIN!!"
Duel to the Pain:
To the pain means the first thing you will lose will be your feet below the ankles. Then your hands at the wrists. Next your nose....The next thing you will lose will be your left eye followed by your right....Your ears you keep and I'll tell you why. So that every shriek of every child at seeing your hideousness will be yours to cherish. Every babe that weeps at your approach, every woman who cries out, "Dear God! What is that thing," will echo in your perfect ears. That is what to the pain means. It means I leave you in anguish, wallowing in freakish misery forever. Montoya from PrincessBride
From the ground the axe still speaks in dwarven, "I was not consulted in this magical travel. I have years of combat experience, and no one asks me anything. You, little gnome, are on my list again. No one else better touch me but Khazad or Gallak. And when Gallak wakes up, tell him he learned a valuable lesson for challenging me, he should show more respect."
As Liselle steps back in confusion, Gallak attempts to stop Khazad with a spell, the axe swings in a vicious arc, striking with the flat of the blade. The axe laments, "No, my son." Gallak slumps to the ground.
Kib touches Khazad and casts a spell which tries to make Khazad laugh uncontrallably, and he attempts to resist. DC15?
Will fail will end this as you slump to the ground, Will success versus Kib's spell gives you an AoO versus Kragg.
Liselle backs further away, "Should I intervene here, or is this 'dwarven' business."
"The gnome is right, he deserves it."
Khazad does his best to control the axe, but it swings at Magnum in a vicious overhand chop. Magnum heard the warning, and tries to defend himself.
Attack/Will 1d20 + 9 - 2 ⇒ (12) + 9 - 2 = 191d20 + 10 ⇒ (18) + 10 = 28
Magnum barely parries with two axes, and as quickly as the storm starts, Khazad gets the axe under control.
Khazad feels he can easily handle the axe under normal circumstances-- the recent surly attitude of the humans, and the assault by Kib were both needed to give the axe a chance to get the upper hand.
Khazad's axe has an opionion on the matter and chimes in boisterous dwarven, "Humans are nothing but low-down, double-dealing, backstabbing, larcenous perverted worms! Hanging's too good for em. Burning's too good for em! They should be torn into little bitsy pieces and buried alive!"
Blatantly stolen from a movie.