Nothing Reier said calmed the hunter. He had quieted his screams and seemed steadier, but he remained with his belly against the wood. He stared blankly at Magus for a moment, barely heard the mage's question as he noticed the man had not only broken Reier's spell, but crafted one of his own. The hunter heard a tone from Magus that brought him back. He didn't know the gentler man was capable of such rage. Their large kidnapper spoke more jibberish in an attempt to defend himself, but Magus was right. This man had no manners, and could've killed them. If they were all going to keep traveling together something would need to be done. Magus was staring at him again, but before he could answer Vare noticed a rope hanging just a few feet away. Flames swept past them, matched to a disapproving glare that did nothing more than write them off. Their pirate friend didn't seem the least bit interested in them. Vare somehow managed to find his feet and after a few stumbling steps he rushed after her. His powerful shoulders lifted him quickly to the deck of the ship. What he saw there left his mouth agap. The creature, or corpse, whatever it was bore down on Vale fiercely. It was an abomination. He had never seen anything like it. Without thinking he was already moving. His bow was brought forward as his feet pounded the deck, his urgency carrying him the distance to Vale easily. Three arrows were launched towards the monster in the blink of an eye, but the hunter didn't need to watch to know they would reach their target. He tackled the pirate to the deck of the ship, beyond the creature's reach, just in case it was impervious to arrows.