"I will also take first watch"said Seraph, "I am the least fatigued. And besides, you could use a good set of ears."
It was true. Of everybody in the group, Seraph was the only one who had not traveled on foot, taking instead the sled which Tree was carrying behind him. He instead had used the time to turn the arrows that he had taken from what he was now refering to as "The Jade Sniper" into bolts for his crossbow, snapping off the heads and using his bolt converter (which resembles a pencil sharpener) to allow him to quickly screw on a dart onto the tip.
Seraphs intentions, however, were far from altruistic. For starters, he needed to prepare his poisons. for that, he needed not only time alone, but a campfire as well. If he waited too far into the night, the fire would die, and his opportunity would be lost. Second, he was fully intending on Sending Percy to investigate the contents of everybody's bags, starting with Gerrard. But he needed everybody sleeping for that. As it were with double watches, he would only be able to investigate the bags of those on the side of camp opposite Tsurin, where the fire would interrupt his gaze. Another reason not to have a dead fire once Seraph took watch. Furthermore it would be best if everybody slept while they were immediately fatigued from the long walk, instead of later in the night when one of them might wake up in the middle of the night, to find His rat snooping around in their bag. Not that anybody would probably even realize that Percy was not innocently looking for food. If such an instance should occure, Seraph could always pretend to scold Percy, and then apologize.
Meanwhile however, Seraph had already made himself at home. Remains of his discarded food were lying around him with Percy, his pet rat, chewing on the remains. Various small ornate objects were lying around discarded from what he had taken from The Jade Sniper. His stack of bolts were lying next to him. Neither the mess nor the smell was very attractive.
OOC:i need to know if Seraph found anything useful on The Jade Sniper's body. He would not recognize enchantments by sight, only by effect, so he may well have discarded something of value. But money, jewels, anything else of value and anything that looks ornate, he would have taken. And, for future reference, if there is a valuable item in the vicinity that is ungaurded, you can pretty much assume that Seraph will take it. Although, he would certainly not be unwary for traps or ambushes. Just keep in mind that he is always looking for anything of value, so if there is a resonable chance it would be seen, then my character should be more likely to spot it.