"That's a great idea, see what they can do... Glassstaff will be so happy with us. Hey you knmow what, I think the boss has a secret entrance to his chambers... we can use that and surprise him!" He starts heading back to the party.
Scrod returns to the party, looking a bit determined. "Hey, fellows, got a great idea," he says. "There is someone in Glasstaff's quarters that shouldn't be. If you help me catch them, It'll be a nice show of loyalty and I'm sure Glasstaff will reward us. There is a secret entrance to his rooms right here." he continues, pushing on the wall to reveal a hidden passage containing a staircase down and to the north.
"It'll be great," Jax said. "We go in hard and fast. Don't let them get a chance to respond. Hey, I have an idea." He looked at the Redbrand. "Show them where the secret door is, then why don't you go around the other entrance, just in case they try to run? Then you can catch them if they do! I'll stay here and keep them from getting out this way."
Jax looks at the others once he’d left. “Glasstaff is likely in his room. I convinced the Redbrands that it was someone else rummaging around in there. If we hurry, we can catch Glasstaff off guard, and his reign of terror ends.”
Jax leads them to the secret door, and as he did he once more assumed the form of Glasstaff. "Maybe I can confuse others if they walk in on us."
You open the door and see a stairway going down to what looks like the backside of another secret door, although it is pretty obvious with the light spilling out from it.
Jax opens the door and sees a well appointed room. The walls of this bedchamber are covered with drapes of scarlet cloth. The furnishings include a small writing desk with matching chair, a comfortable-looking bed, and a wooden chest at the foot of the bed.
Sitting at the desk is a short, dark-bearded human male in robes, studying a tome. He wears a princely mantle of ermine. A beautiful glass staff leans against his chair, within easy reach.
Jax, looking just like this man, smiles as he points his rod at the true Glasstaff. He would have preferred to go unnoticed, but this will have to do.
He shoots a blast of Eldridge energy at the man, hoping to catch him off guard and throw him out of his chair, allowing Jax to easily grab the wizard’s staff, a source of power that Glasstaff relied on, Jax knew.
EB: [roll1]. If advantage: [roll2]
Damage: [roll3]. If hits, he is knocked back ten feet.