Eizen - "We also killed the dog, set the building on fire, killed numerous guards, and stole paints, an easel, a fancy couch, 4 Wooden Doors, 1 Tapestry, A set of 10 fancy padded chairs, A large, regal-looking dinner table, 2 Candlestick holders, Several racks of fine wine - 997 bottles remaining, a jewel, A roll of extremely soft and absorbent toilet tissue, A bar of scented soap, A fine soap dish, some fancy eggs, A luxurious bathing towel, and a dagger. We lost some coal, wine-soaked newpaper, and an antique Garr corpse for our troubles."
Eizen - "I can summon bats and monkeys, void objects of unusual size, and posses a means to transport multiple individuals via dagger, although someone needs to be wielding it and those carried will be of little use. However, the amount of time we have to prepare for this heist is embarrassingly short, unless we learn a great deal more about the mansion before they set off I question the wisdom of rushing the job tonight. Is the entire family leaving the premises so rare an occurrence? Furthermore, will the guild be of any aid in preventing a thorough investigation by lawbringers? I do not normally ask about such aid, but I am not normally asked to raid the estate of dangerous immortals with a half-day's preparation and a thirty minute window. Which leaves us 15 minutes to reach the target, not 30 as we also need to make it back out. Less than that, in fact, as we will have to wait to ensure they do not immediately return because something was forgotten.