Behind the door, the party hears sounds of a beast in pain. Apparently, the attempt to throw itself bodily against the door has hurt it. The door is strong enough to keep the beast, whatever it is, at bay.
The frog in 1010 pushes its ally out of harm's way, back into 1109, then attacks Lothar with none of its murderous fury reduced. Yet this time, it's hand slaps onto the flat of Lothar's long sword (I should update the image, hm?) and it recoils with a cry of pain. It takes no damage, but counts as a fumble. It recovers and screams in helpless fury.
[the problem with three attacks is that it increases the chance that one of them will be a natural 1].
The second one, 0811, concentrates on Engelhart . . . and damn it, I roll a 9, a 6 and a 9. Bloody hell. They'll never defend their dungeon this way!
Here is the position as the party takes their move:
Correcting for Lothar's position, only Lothar and Bergthora left to act:
The third map and FINISHED accounting for round 5:
And then the present x.p. I have adjusted Bergthora's share, as she had 189 x.p. starting this fight, to keep with new ideas recently introduced on the main blog. It causes her to steal all of 9 x.p. from the general party, 2.25 x.p. each!