Hengis re-examines Kyle and judges him fit for action.
"Ye should be right as rain tomorrow. This'll dae ye fer the time bein'."
When the stumbling form of the wounded Imperial appears, the other two dogs will surely give warning, before drawing back into the shadows to either side ready to pounce. When he sees the state of the man Hengis gives them a mental command not to attack him. Then he'll scan the man's thoughts for a better look at the horrors he has recently faced.
I'm guessing they won't be too dissimilar to those we encountered in the vampire's lair at Markarth.I'm going to assume it's at this point that Svendr puts in his bit above, so...
he'll tend to the worst of the man's injuries, and give him a Cure Light Wounds from his wand, while replying to Sven...
"Aye, that could be an effective means to end at least one set of enemies doon here. Might no' be sae guid against the other one, though. I'd prefer we take a closer look and see if we cannae conspire tae make the battle as even as possible, eh?"
"Besides, this one must have already got past Thael, which means she's in there somewhere with the falmer and their creatures and whatever's left of the legion. We're no gaein' tae let her have all
the fun, are we?"
The others know him well enough to recognise the concern underlying his light-hearted words.
Hengis tells the legionary to head back the way we came and to give himself up to the people up there. He says to tell them Hengis told him to surrender to Uuth and he should be well-treated.
Then we'll press on, with a little more urgency now. Two dogs up front, then Hengis and Kyle, then Sven and Qadir.Incidentally, Hengis has already named his dogs ("Brume", "Smog" and "Haar", see OOC post from 8th Jan (p263)), but it's quite possible that Thael has never heard him use those names so she wouldn't necessarily know about them. "Trouble" will do quite nicely for the time being.