You meet Hollow's strike with a swat of your own, but the impact forces your tail down, inhibiting the flow of Aural water.
>Cerulean 12/5>Hollow 7/10
Hollow flips backward, and flings a kunai at you!
Two Tons tanks the hit, and prepares to endure further!>Two Tons 3/5 (from damage) -> Two Tons 6/5 (add 3 from SotB)
The potion explodes on Willow, and he scrambles to put it out!>Willow 1/5
Two Reeds shudders towards Two Tons, and sweeps for his legs!
[1d10+3] Basic Attack
Sparkler drops a potion at her hooves, and it explodes with a force that flings her at Willow!
[1d10+3] Spring Brew>>763315
Sign drops onto you like a meteor, knocking the wind from your lungs and bile out of your stomach. The pain sends you reeling, but you manage to crack a vial over his head. Sign immediately backs off, flailing his arms at his face, as he tries to clean off the healing remedy… seems it had the opposite effect. But on him or on his corrupt armor, you cannot tell.
>Sign 0/9, Helpless this turn (will recover automatically next turn)
As you try to regain your composure, you look over at the others… and notice something rather peculiar.
Over at the far end of the arena, where Puddin Tame fights against a Watchkeeper-Possessed, the Water Barrier has shifted, slightly. Where there was a single wall dividing Puddin Tame from Schnitzel, there are now two; both of them look thinner than the others, suggesting they'd come from a single wall, now split into two thin halves. The two rightmost walls are also angled, such that Puddin' and Schnitzel stand quite near to one another. Schnitzel shrieks in annoyance and fear as the Watchkeeper-Possessed breathes a breath attack at him and Puddin'… but the attack doesn't hit him. In fact, it only partially hits Puddin'. The Water Barrier absorbs most of the attack, and in so doing, protects Schnitzel.
In other words – "living things" can pass through the barrier, but "attacks" cannot.
Perhaps you could take advantage of this…Roll #1 7 + 4 = 11
/ Roll #2 8 + 3 = 11
/ Roll #3 6 + 3 = 9