"You certainly look lonely in there," as she grabs a bristled brush and begins to scrub the bloody grim off the filthy bard. "But that water certainly needs changing." She vigorously uses the brush. "So I've been going over my lines and song are you going to be able to practice before the show, or do you have to run out like usual." she snickers.
The door cracks open and the tall lithe scantily robed actress slips through the door. "I heard you were here and you needed a bath," he nose twitches at the stench of your armor and clothing. She grabs a stool and walks to the tub with it. [b]"So, what do we have here?" In an inquisitive voice. "Bubbles' as playfully swats them over the bard's face.