At the talk of dressing up in cloaks and moving onwards Jinn pulled herself upright on the bed and swung her legs over the side. She felt a little bit refreshed mentally after her cat-nap at least. The thought of Giddis balancing precariously on another's shoulders to reach 7 foot brought a smile to her face again - she wasn't one to dwell too much on the past, and what was done was indeed irrevocably so. Not that she wasn't still upset with the halfling's apparently just ignoring her on the whole issue but the did still have a job to do. Besides, if he fell over in a heap of cloth it would be hilarious and she didn't want to miss that.
As Neithardt counselled against Giddis and Liame's plan however she pulled a face, it looked like she might not get to see a giant cloak wobble forward with many an argument issuing from its chest after all. The outcome she was hoping for would undeniably be bad for their general surprise admittedly, unless the giants were stunned with laughter, so the eladrin probably had a point.
"Doesn't bother me which lot we take first," whispered Jinn as Giddis cracked open the other door. "If these slept through the last battle then they'll probably sleep through the next, and if the others didn't hear it over their rough-housing theres no indication that'll change. I guess it makes most sense to go for the smallest group next, lest one of them tried to make a break for the door as well." After a particularly loud snore she added "And it looks like we'd have the element of surprise here."