Making her way through the crowd, Rohse was trying to find her front row seat to give the Thrune a piece of her mind but was finding it increasingly difficult. After all, she wasn't the only one with a grudge to bare here and the crowd was very much letting the man know it. As the man of the hour made his appearance, this was only made more true. Roshe's mood only went further south with each and every word that came out of the Thrune's mouth, reaching a boiling point alongside the rest of the crowd as he made his outrageous proclamation. The girl glared at the mayor as he saw fit to only further prove how inept of a living being he was, sending the Dottari after the crowd he had done nothing to appease. Clenching her fists tightly, Roshe felt ready to join the few who seemed to be fighting against them, though was a bit harried by the crowd. To only add to the mix, a strange song suddenly started to be played amidst the chaos and, upon hearing it Roshe felt her anger only rise. An increasingly difficult to surpress urge to take one of her daggers and shove it down the throat of the nearest Dottari. However, realizing that that was a terrible idea, she managed to shake it off as she looked to the man playing the music saying, "could you stop tha-" her statement was cut off as a burst of color flooded the area in front of her. As a bunch of the rioters and a Dottari fell unconscious, Roshe was able to trace back the source to a well dress man who was clearly no friend of Thrune's. As he was beset by the Dottari, taking blow after blow, Roshe waded her way through the crowd placing her hand on his back. "Hey, you. Hit less people, but keep on hitting." As she said this, a warm white light radiated from her hands as it poured into the man's body. While it hadn't fixed everything, he would feel reinvigorated as some of his wounds had suddenly closed. Spoiler: Mechanic Roshe moved to the square under Vance. Rohse cast Cure Light Wounds on Vance. 1d8 (3) + 1 = 4 points of damage healed for Vance.