While he takes a breather Saslic says, "That place was the most like the vision. There were undead there at least - we should explore more. Do you feel up to going back in now?" she thinks for a minute. "I'm running out of magic, maybe we should have a rest and come back tomorrow."
"I'm not sure Saslic, those wounds weren't too bad, I just needed a breather." he pats his chest, "I'm feeling a lot better now, a dwarf has a hearty constitution!" He looks thoughtful, "That place was far noisier than the other caverns, maybe because it was paved. The echoes of the first battle bought reinforcements very quickly."
"I have my slippers in my pack, maybe they would help." says Saslic. "But what will we do about you?" she looks pointedly at Banelin's hardened leather boots with studs.
"Well, I could go barefoot." Banelin replies.
Saslic gets a cheeky grin, "...and have someone confuse you with a halfling?"
"Ok, ok, that's enough out of you! Lets come back tomorrow. We'll need some more of your firepower if we get into a big mess again like we did today. Hopefully there aren't many of those zombies left now."
With that the two set off for the hut.