snelss0 wrote:Tommas will quickly point out before any plans are hatched, "Gentlemen and ladies. I know you are fearful, we should be. This ship is not some random pirate ship floating along in the ocean. The fact it was in the wake of the Aria shows they meant business and were trailing it. If they were trailing it that means that they had intent to take it on. If a pirate vessel could take on the Aria then that means they are well prepared. Take warning my friends. Any hostile action perceived and they might just start opening fire. You can bet your blue bonnets they are watching us with a scope right now and can see every frantic movement you are making."
He then points out, "Surrender is an option for survival. Those who are wizards or have such means prepare as secretive as you can for escape from a brig. What say you all? Weasel?" he incorporates the weasel for his sake, figuring he would like to make an executive descision.
"Hmmm, your plan has merit, for the plan of a dolt," says the Weasel. "I can go to the ship and negotiate on our behalf, even if it results in surrender, a temporary surrender, from which I will eventually have my sweet, glorious revenge! In the meantime, I will summon one of the most evil creatures in all of creation to do my bidding... a dolphin! The rogues can take two of the blankets, fashion them into bubbles to hold air, and then take them underwater. Breathing the air from the blankets, they will ride the dolphins underwater to the bottom of the ship, where they will use the portable hole to sneak in and hide in the cargo hold so that they can later rescue us from the brig. Well, rescue you, I shall have no need for help, being a powerful dark wizard."