But, he vowed to himself, If he was to travel with these ruffians, the least he could do was to teach them what it meant to be an elf- or in KeeKee's case, at the very least, civilized. "Say," Began the crafty dwarf. "You're adventurers as well? I seem to have lost my map in the earlier ruckus. I can cast a variety of useful spells, and I grow tired of toiling day and night in a library. Would you fine women be adverse to having me accompany you on your trials and travails?"
Though Violet was still fumbling around for an appropriate 'yes', sandwich gave him a look over, frowning. "Have ye ever been adventuring 'fore now?" She asked. "Yuh, you looks real skinny. Dont want you snappin' like a twig when the going gets tough." Said Gal'akdruk. Tithranidan raised his hands placatingly. "Admittedly, I am a good deal paler than my biological kin, but I assure you that I have delved many a dungeon before this one. You will not find me lacking should the reason arise." Sandwich, at least, seemed content with that. "So be it, Tilthan...Tutha...dwarf," -Tithranidan winced at that- "ye're in!" Sandwich raised her mug high, yelling a hearty dwarven toast joined enthusiastically by Kee and Gal, and halfheartedly by Violet. Tithranidan raised his wineglass and leaned back in his chair. His mission just got a whole lot easier.