The beast means to go through Lothar's hex to reach the far wall, where the rubble is deepest. If it gets over there, the footing could get difficult and require a penalty to hit the creature.
It bites at Lothar and, as Pandred will be on its left as it does so, it will swing a claw again at the fighter.
It rolls a 3 against Lothar, so that its way is barred.
[I see I need some rule about overbearing connected to incidental damage. This thing is 1,100 lbs, if it wants to go though Lothar's hex, it shouldn't matter if it succeeds in overbearing or not. BUT, since I haven't fixed a rule on that yet, we'll say it gets scared and draws back. This thing is, however, sufficiently sized for me to start rolling incidental damage]
Against Pandred, it rolls a natural 20. The second roll is a 7, for double damage. Pandred is lucky it is the claw and not the bite, for as I said, the bite would be triple.
As it is, the claw does 10 damage, not quite a wound, dropping Pandred to -5 hp. She's stunned.
Next, incidental damage. There's a 50% chance that each person within a hex will take 1 damage, from a foot or an elbow or some such. With rolls, Lothar and Engelhart each take a point. No stun effects there.
Embla takes a point of damage from her wound.
The beast falls back against the wall in 0402, rather than going around Lothar. Here's the picture:
Pandred, I will need you to roll a d20 to see if you drop unconscious after this hit. Fjall is in his second round of loading the crossbow. If someone said it was light or heavy, I missed it. It matters, because if it is a light crossbow, he will be able to fire in round 5; if it is heavy, he won't fire until round 6.
About the rubble. 0403 will cost 1 AP to enter, as normal, but 0302 (hard to read the number) will need 3 AP to enter. Attacking out of 0403 will be a -1 to hit penalty. Attacking out of 0302 will be -2 to hit and -2 AC for the defender.
Bergthora gives an expression that shows she'll give Lothar 0502 if he wants it. She is plainly a bit uncomfortable.
Following the character's actions, here's the position:
And the experience thus far: