Garak looks around the corner with his mirror. He takes in all the details available, such as light sources and features of the tunnel walls.
He looks back briefly at Tamrik, studying him slightly to determine if he'd be able to move along the wall in silence as well. With a whisper, "You able to sneak eighty feet?"
Garak knew that he could essentially walk up to the pair of guards, but he also knew that he couldn't take down both of them. Perhaps there was a way to lure them to the corner...
The assassin smiled for he had a plan. He decided to use the strange hand pendant that he had earned from killing Berekal. Looking around the corner with his mirror, Garak attempted to
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something on one of the orcs that he could move with the pendant's magical power. He attempted to move it so it would head towards the other orc's hand. His hope was to time it correctly so the one orc would think the other was trying to take something. In the midst of their fight, he could strike from surprise and kill them both.
A few moments later, however, Garak realized that his device was not working for some reason. He would have to figure it out later, and made a mental note to study the device further. He figured it was simply too far for it to work, so he looked for a rock on the ground that was the size of his fist and attempted to move it. If it moved, he would very slowly move it along the ceiling of the tunnel and then drop it on one of the orcs when it was looking away from the other one. He hoped it would have a similar effect of causing them to fight. Garak took his time with the movement, as he did not want the rock to hit the ceiling or walls or be spotted by the orcs.