Pele glares up at the summit of her volcano. Although she can't see what the interloper is doing, she can hear and feel it... and it makes her feel very angry indeed! Snarling, the volcano spirit begins moving up the slope of her home, gaining speed and solidity with every stride, her movements occluded by the smoke and the harsh krak-a-tooom!
of Thunderbird's despoilments, until she fairly explodes into the air!
A vengeful call echoing from her lips that echoes across the island, she describes a glorious incandescent arc, her glaive scything down visciously at her enemy, its burning blade biting deep into Thunderbird's back!OOC
Full action: Run/shift state.
Half action: Attack: 1d20+29=46
That's a hit -- and an autocrit. Factoring in DR, Thunderbird takes 10d10-5=55
fire damage, directly to his wounds. Assuming he makes his massive damage save, unless he's dumping action dice on the save to make up the difference between that and his max possible Fort save (44), the chances are good that he's just caught fire as well. For his sake, I hope Glim is merciful and decides subsequent fire damage goes to vitality instead of continuing to wounds otherwise the Bird's literally toast.
Yes, I may be gloating just a little