"Very impressive!" said a mighty dwarf in armour with a chieftain regalia, "These automatons really are just perfect guardians! I suppose we don't need to interrupt this!" he laughed and then turned to his adjutant, "Well, since we got an intruder here, I suppose I'd better to bring the map to the more safer place. To the city, I think. Get my carriage ready in the morning! We're leaving at the dawn!". "Should I command our Best soldiers to prepare to marsh?" the adjutant asked. "No way! The guarded carriage would look much more suspicious. It would be just like we're saying 'Dear bandits, here is something valuable! Would you like to come and check it?'. No. Just me and you, my boy."
He had no idea, that three pair of a very sharp ears were catching every his word. Dame Athanasia smirked. "Well, this will be even better! We will just rob this priggish dwarf right in his travel! Alright, girls, let's get out of here!". "And what about Livonna?" Kajira asked carefully. "We can't help without being noticed anyway," the vampiress shrugged, "Let's hope, she'll get away and join us later." "Yes! After all, this is her own fault, that she got in such a position!" Wolffang nodded. Kajira gave her a look full of suspicion, but said nothing. The girls were preparing to levitate down, when the skirt of the witch's mantle suddenly stuck between the bricks. "Oh, Darkness! Not now!" the witch cursed, trying to free her clothes. Probably she said that a bit too loud, or stand out from the shadows for a second, but the automaton surely noticed the intruders over the wall. It couldn't do anything to catch them or warn the dwarves about them without scaring them away, so it choose the simplest decision. And automaton just spun poor howling Livonna like a throwing hammer and threw her right into her partners in crime, striking them all from the wall.