Ophion nodded and stood close to the other two. "Alright, stay close!" He cast a teleportation spell and they found themselves many kilometers away in an instant, standing on soft green grass in front of a farmhouse.
"Fasuto, this is Adykon's place. Help me get Smith indoors, please. Kara! Kara! We've got an injured man out here!" The archmage silently cursed his lack of healing spells and having to ask a mere teenager (albeit an adult teenager) for help in this matter. Then again, he was vastly more powerful than she was in every other imaginable way, so that balanced things out.
Kara came running down. "A fox? What is- SMITH!" She ran over to him and saw the arrow. "Oh, gods, are you okay?!"
Aerta came out of the house, concerned but not yet alarmed. "Ophion! What happened? And who is this? Oh, where are my manners? I am Aerta, Adykon's wife" she extended a hand towards Fasuto. @bloonewb
Adykon was now alone. While he could escape, he decided to see where this would go. "Alright! You want me? Fine, you have me. Take me to Rughoi. I won't fight." He kept his sword clutched tightly in his hands, easily giving the impression that he wouldn't part with it, even under armed escort.
Meanwhile, Kali padded her way down the cracked city streets. The weathered stones were covered in footprints of both dracons and kobolds, easily distinguished by their size and shape, as kobold feet lacked the distinctive spur possessed by dracons. Since the conquest, the occupying army had set up tents in the middle of the road and were in the process of building huts cobbled together out of straw, wood, and bits of rubble. These new shelters contrasted greatly with the brick and stone structures which otherwise characterized the badly damaged city. There wasn't much worth salvaging, at least in this neighborhood.
"Oh... well, Ardasa, looks like we're not gonna find much around these parts. His Might has a lot to do before we've got this place up to standards. I honestly have no idea how the dracons built this place so big, and we're not even living in one of their largest cities."