The next morning they find a carriage being ransacked by beastmen, so they fire their crossbow at it, and they end up having a rumble on the Old Dwarf Road. Luckily they have a wizard with fire powers, but the beastmen still blow a horn summoning even MORE beastmen. In the end it's the barber-surgeon who ends up dispatching half of them and their war-leader with her pair of Viscious Scissors. Then Doug the Thug almost has a heart attack because a fat merchant pops out of the carriage, but the hunter is like "Fuck that" and shoots him with her crossbow, and so we ended the game with them slitting an unconscious coachmen's throat, finding a blunderbuss and a handful of gold crowns and debating what to do with a horse-less carriage.
Anyway, guys-who-played-today, when you were fighting scary beastmen in the rain you probably thought I meant something like this:
|I'M SO TOUGH AND SCARY|
Anyway, the moral of the story is that I love "picaresque" gaming.