Throdun Runeforge's PoV:
The train's furious pace dwindled as the warehouse grew close. Throdun felt the machine quiet but the presence of hundreds of guns rushed to fill that void. He grinned, "That's a damn pleasant sound ta 'ear. I need a break from this computer." Throdun jumped out of his chair in the pilot carriage and dashed out of the train. He jumped the last step, activating his jetpack as he did so. "FOR BEARDS AND GLORY!" the dwarf roared as he flew through the air, hurling a grenade at a group of bunched soldiers. Diving behind a crate, Throdun raised his musket to arms. Aiming the weapon at an opposing soldier, Throdun let the weapon sing, a booming CRACK was loosed and sent the projectile hurtling towards the enemy. The dwarf peeked over the crate several more times, unleashing a volley of dwarven death upon the Buckethead soldiers.
Marcelo Illeniel's PoV:
Finding himself alone for a bit, Marcelo calculated his next move -- a rare occurrence for the brash mage. He decided that on this day, upon this Buckethead train, he would fulfill Item #346 on his Bucketlist. Marcelo found this quite poetic. Finding a roof access, Marcelo pushed past the sign reading "Don't go up there, this train goes super fast, dude." Within a few seconds, the magician found himself standing on the top of the train. "They said it couldn't be done. They said I was a fool. Well, jokes on you, mom." Marcelo jumped off the train. The Buckethead Magnet X2 train was, at this time, moving at roughly seven miles per hour. Marcelo's fated jump would have ended quite well, however, the mage had tripped just as he leaped. Marcelo hit the ground hard, rolling in the dirt for quite some time. Finally, the optimistic magician found his bearings and stood. He grinned cheekily, "Bad. Ass." The dirt-covered action figure entered the fray, glad he had used his favorite impact-preventing spell beforehand (Gad).
Rest your shields, lean on stones, listen and always remember: long are the arms and legs of men, yet still longer, the Dwarven members!