What, not even a rest? See, see now, this is how half of the protagonists die. This isn't okay.
I wouldn't actually miss Joni if she died.
Don't they need a Big Key?
One with horns and a big eye instead of a ring :D (LoZelda)
I kinda like Joni. Hope he survives this...
Oh! That's not good! I hope, she will be fine! That's why you should always bring a healer with you :)
Frankly, I would not mind if Joni became a casualty.
Are there not things like healing potions in this world?
Yup, Joni's gonna be a butthead about this. I can see this ending well. *coughcough*
I think they just don't have any
Okay, so, the door has upsy and daisy on it (which is what I call the red and blue guys, because I can), as well as four silhouettes. I'm guessing the silhouettes are the statues. But there's also the face up there, which is PROBABLY the face-golems from the previous area.
I don't think the door is actually unlocked, I think they have to take down the golems first.
No Joni don't kill yourself. I'm starting to like your character's hard headedness. ;-;
You know, Tobi is really the best member of this party. She has experience, she is level-headed and actually tries to do teamwork.
If this were a D&D/Pathfinder/Whateversystemyoulike Campaign, I'd have thrown Joni and Jake out a loooong time ago. Sari is the "noob", but she is also the one trying to have fun and play the game.
Joni is the munchkin, knowing everything about the game rules, but she is such a toxic person who refuses to work with the others I can't imagine anybody wanting to spend time with her. She herself would probably fit better in a solo campaign, where she's free to do what she wants.
And Jake is the dude who really loves one class, which in itself wouldn't be bad, but it's a "niche" class, and when using niche classes teamwork is everything, but he too doesn't wants to play with the party, although he seems capable of being an actually good player when forced to.