Theodore gave the map a glance, but it wasn't really anything much. His experience in travelling, acquired on the many crusades against the wicked, had already pieced together that this might be a valley with little directions to head to and the map only made it clearer. Katia said this out loud, to which Theodore simply nodded and grunted something that resembled the word "Yeah." As Katia mentioned the food sources in the environment, he smiled beneath his mask and actually spoke up: "Affirmative. I've been on expeditions like this many times before... won't be much different this time. The land seems good and fertile, we should have no trouble."
It was then that he noticed Thea was... she was... oh. Oh dear. In an instant, he felt really conflicted. Thea was taking the breastplate of her armour off and he both wanted to look and to preserve her modesty by not doing so, given how her garments under that were not exactly opaque. Sure, he had seen Katia with less, but who would not have seen her with less than that given her standard of clothing herself. No, Theodore had to move and that wasn't exactly something he was graceful at right now. Choppy as his movement was, he did manage to walk away and approach the lake, only to find Cesar there with most of his clothes off.
"God dammit, can't I go anywhere without being bombarded by half-naked party members?! We are in, well, mostly uncharted territory!" he half-yelled into his mask, rising his arms into the air as a mark of frustration. He let his hands fall back onto his sides as he muttered, now in a much less audible volume: "At least there's still some people who know how to dress..." This was of course referring to himself, Wick and Haemar who yet had to throw their clothes on the ground. Oh, and Cesar seemed to be dressing up now.@Zverda