Shaking his head one of the marksmen with the crossbows stammered,"n, no, no. I don't know what is happening here but you, your covered in blood, you've been killing the lads and then there is all of the..."
More screams echoed through the gloom.
"Toni, nobody is watching back at the wall. It ain't worth it. We should go." The second marksman was clearly upset, close to panic as he pleaded with his comrade. The labour seamed to agree.
Nodding Toni turned to the party, "OK, the boss is clearly busy, he can look after himself. If you let us past we let you past and your welcome to what you find."