The boy with the coffin didn't seem to be any bit surprised as they leaped straight into the fight, gesturing his head towards the group as the fight seemed to be breaking out. Seeing the boy create an arrow of force that he shot to the ceiling, he said, "Nent, Sibl, above." The boy with the sword and shield and the girl with the large axe nodded. Spinning her axe around, the girl swung it upwards in arc, shattering the arrows with the swing, with only one nicking her back.
The girl who Kasayee had been eyeing up had returned an equally confused yet confrontational glare at her, before running to the boy whit the sword and shield. The boy with the sword and shield raised his shield towards the ceiling as well, humming with a blue arcane force. The sides of the shield expanded out, creating a bubble of force around both him and the archer girl shielding them from the arrow rain as well.
The boy with the coffin raised it into the air, opening it as he did so and placing both of his arms in either part of the coffin. Using the coffin to shield himself from the rain, he then pushed his arms in separate directions, splitting the coffin into two separate parts, one covering each part of his arms.
The boy with the coffin gauntlets looked over to see that rather than fight, one of them was just sitting in a corner, and raised an eyebrow. All the same, he said, "Nent, keep vigil on all of them." The boy with the shield nodded. "Sibl, take on the human girl. Temra, well, you seem to already have a mark." He looked over to the boy who had shot the arrow saying, "sorry, but you're not the only one with a fancy arrow or one with a trick or two." The front ends of the boy's coffin gauntlets started to glow before he punched forward with them, releasing a high pressure blast of steam towards Vincent, which would both be really hot and provide enough force to knock whoever was hit by it backward.
The red haired girl, Temra, looked towards the lizard girl, pointing her crossbow at Kasayee saying, "oh yeah you - uh, - stupid lizard girl. Not killing you will also be hard. So there." With that, she fired a bolt from her crossbow, which would do nothing special other than have a blunt tip to it, not having enough power to pierce someone but still really hurt if they were struck with it.
The girl with the axe, Sibl, twirled her massive weapon around with relative ease. Looking at Fen with an unimpressed expression, said, "well, I don't really take pleasure bullying helpless animals, but if you're going to keep us from passing, then I'm willing to make an exception."
Fen, clearly nervous about the whole encounter in general, merely gripped her polearm tightly, looking at Sibl. Unsure of what to do, she merely walked a few steps to the side, but didn't actually make any kind of headway towards approaching the girl. Sibl raised an eyebrow at this, but merely stood her ground, a bored expression on her face as if she were waiting for Fen to do something.