Walking through the tunnel without hostile interruption did its part to quench the tiefling's rage, leaving behind only a cold, focused anger. He couldn't forget the visions the magical trap thrust into his mind.
As he enters the chamber, a shiver goes down Ewin's spine. He knew the punishments the Nine Hells could deal out, but this carnage was still unsettling.
Infernion's offer struck the paladin unexpectedly. He knew that his draconic companion wielded infernal powers not unlike himself, but this idea hit a nerve. His eyes flare up for a second and through clenched teeth he answers:
"I am not a devil. You would do best to remember this, red one. We kill them. So let's get to it."
Then, everything seemed to happen at once. As he had no intention of jumping down 40 feet, Ewin rushed towards the lefthand staircase, hoping to flank the enemies downstairs.