Only Engelhart is subject to possible incidental damage and he doesn't receive any.
Embla bleeds 1 point of damage. This puts her at -4. To keep going and remain conscious, she must master her willpower: for that, I need her to roll a wisdom check. A d20, please.
Lothar also bleeds 1 point of damage. He's sitting at 2 hit points.
I attack Engelhart with bite first, rolling a 7. This hits AC 6, and misses. I roll a natural 20 with the claw, however (good thing that wasn't the bite!). The subsequent roll for the crit is an 18, so it is just double damage.
d8: Engelhart takes 12 points of damage. This puts the cleric at 2 hit points as well, and very definitely stunned. He will sag against the wall behind him.
The beast will turn and take a step towards Fjall and Bergthora, swinging wildly at Fjall; this amounts to 1 point of incidental damage, stunning Fjall again.
[Forgive the note, but one of the things I love about incidental damage is that it gives big creatures the power to rampage]
Lothar is not stunned by bleeding, so he can act. I will need that check from Embla. Bergthora will glance fearfully at Lothar, hoping he will dive in so she can finish loading the crossbow (it is fairly clear from her actions and look that this is what she means).
The position after the player's move will show on the next post.
Experience thus far equals:
[A word about CLO and combat burnout from overheating. It is just too troubled a metric at the moment to calculate this, even though I could easily waste a day for us to figure it out. So please consider the rule shelved until such time as I can build a proper generator for it, one in which everyone's CLO is instantly calculated against ambient heat, time spent fighting and individual resistance against exhaustion. It is still an intended feature, however ... but you are all spared from it at this time]