Violently he turn his horse around into the middle of the road where he stops facing the party head on, the lance once more returned to his right hand, Joachim having picked it up after the combat as he would. "NOW LISTEN UP EVERYONE, I WILL NOT HAVE BEHAVIOUR LIKE THIS AGAIN, THE NEXT TIME SOMEONE ACTS IN DISCORD OF THE GROUP I MYSELF WILL DEAL WITH HIM." He glares at the necromancer, the beast rider, the bowman on foot, but as well at Gren, Gerwin and Khel. "I know we do not know each other well as of yet, but we are after what seems to be a quiet ambitious mission. We can not grant us any luxury as doing in our volition and acting on our fed up ego's like mister bone mangler there. Also for goodness sake control you emotions as ignorant and ignoble as people may be and as tense as your companions may seem, keep it together and don't go around firing the first shot, like our fellow bowman or lizard rider.
The most important point is, act with the group. I had no volition of my own to enter that combat back there, but given the fact that it *CURSEWORD* got out of hand, I acted in accord to those I am travelling with. I believe that is the lesson I would like to take from this confrontation, for I too am not prone to misjudgements and mistakes I have done in the past. But don't be fooled by this, I will act in the benefit of the whole." Joachim stops for a moment looking into the sky for a moment. "I believe that is clear even to someone who has stayed a long time in the wild yes mister Kesendaran? Keep with the pack? Act in unison with it?"
In the back somewhere Gerwin rolled her eyes, no way she would risk her life to defend any of those in this group except, perhaps, Joachim. A very questionable perhaps, as she believed her husband capable to take care of his own, at least in combat, if not in the decisions he made or the way he treated people of different moral convictions. Still something had changed in the man, it seemed as if he had lost some of his naiveté perhaps even his recklessness. It had been a long month so far, not only for her, but certainly too for her husband. After all he was exposed to that gloom subject Garak. Although she had to admit, she liked the changes in her man. He seemed to have gotten more determined and speak out of a different rationale than he had before. Well only time would show if the changes were indeed for good. But Gerwin had no intentions of leaving his side again so soon.