The frogling in 1307 will suddenly emerge, having made its way stealthily through the bush. I rolled 3d6 for this creature and miraculously (or demonishly, I suppose) rolled a 4. With its level, this makes a 2 - so it isn't detected in 1307, and is free to emerge now and move into 1108, attacking Oddsdrakken. It rolls a 15 against the halfling with its bite, causing 4 damage (stunning); because the halfling is so small, the frogling sweeps it aside into 1007. It then progresses on Lothar and uses the spear to attack Lothar from behind: and I roll a natural 20.
I am sorry about that.
The second roll does not make it triple damage. And I roll minimum damage, which is 4. At this point, I'm not certain of Lothar's hit points, so please let me know if that stuns.
The arrow shows this surprise creature's full movement this round. It moves 1 AP, hops 10 feet for 1 AP, attacks with bite (1 AP), moves forward 1 AP, then attacks Lothar (2 AP). And yes, that is six total.
The frogling in 0807 attacks Fjall with the spear and then bites at Pandred ~ I roll two natural 18s. Fjall will take 7 damage and Pandred, 1. This will stun Fjall but Pandred is still active. The follower falls backwards into the bush, in 1006.
Engelhart missed his target, so the frogling in 0607 will roll a 10 with the spear and a 15 with its bite. Engelhart is AC 3 in banded mail and shield and is missed.
The last frogling, in 0710, was missed four times last round; it has bled a round from its wound but it is still active. It swings at Embla with its spear and attacks Valda with its bite. I hit AC 2 with the spear, before smacking its face against a tree instead of Valda. It was a fumble, but the creature cannot drop its mouth; it does miss and it succeeds in not breaking its head.
Embla takes 6 damage from the spear. That will stun her, tossing her into the bushes of 0909.
That's the creatures' round. Here is how things stand:
Following the party's move, here are the positions:
And here is the x.p. updated: