Hrgach followed the others to the inn in the village. “I’m wondering if we really went anywhere,” he mused. “We still might learn something, though, with this younger Azgalen. But how are we going to get out again?” Could they find the machine again? Were they stuck in this time?
Reaction: Shield or Absorb Elements (if needed), or Opportunity Attack
OK here is a quick re-cap you fiddled with a teleportation device which moved you around the underground passageways. You then ended up within a forest and did battle with a shambling mound which inflicted significant damage upon the party. You found a young William senior in a hut hiding out while he transformed, he took you home to meet his father who was having dealings with Azgalan. At some point you seem to have crossed over into what appears to be a very large complex illusion.
Azgalan you know to be a vampire who in the present world is entrapped in a red sphere in the underground passageway, trapped by Balin the innkeeper come monster hunters father the renowned monster hunter because Azgalan's coffin could not be found.
Galdar grabs the bars of the gate at about chest height, then starts stepping backward, leaning more and more of his weight on the gate, until he either can't step back any further, or is tasting dirt.
You head back down to the Inn which is relatively busy for a small town establishment behind the bar is a halfling in his 30s that looks an awful lot like Balin idly cleaning glasses, he doesn't notice you enter but given the glassy look on his eye he seems to be away with the fairy's.
"I say we go back to our time, take our turnips and leave this place far behind." Ana says. "Anything we do is probably wrong. If we confront Azgalan here will Thomas never be born? Heck, can we do anything here? For all we know we are only looking at the past and not really here. It makes my head hurt." When Hrgach's ale arrives she orders one for herself.