Stolatos was not prepared for there to be a kobold in play. The sudden ear-piercing screech almost made him jump, but of course he was a grizzled mercenary and all that so he didn't. Instead he just quickly turned towards the noise, eyes detecting the fleeing form of the kobold and then the flipping lid fairly easily, as there was more then enough light in the room for him [Eyes of the cat]. The lid didn't seem to be much of a threat, it wasn't remotely weighted for throwing and the kobold had been in a panic as well. It glanced off his left arm and fell to the ground with a clatter, likely alerting the orc to his presence. Then again, maybe that had been the plan all along. Were kobolds smart enough to make plans? He didn't know, but maybe he'd have to look into that at a later date.
His eyes returned to the orc then, seeing the drawn dagger and the malicious gleam in his eye. Well then, this orc really wanted to wrassle, didn't he? And it hadn't even responded to his clever prose, so it was likely even dumber then its other orcish cousins and didn't understand the subtle undertones he was speaking with here. That annoyed him. His sarcasm was going to waste! Sarkasmos would not be pleased, not be pleased at all. He would have to put on his game face and turn it up to eleven and up the ante and... more cliche sayings like that. There was simply no way he would let this grave insult of being an idiot pass, pig-face! Wait, pig-face was a pretty good one. Did this orc know what a pig was?
Hey, Pig-face. That should find him the answer right quick. That's some nice -elf- tricks you've got there. Must do your ancestors proud by using it... And hey, why not bring some elves into it. All orcs hated elves, right? He hoped this would get a rise from the creature.
He pulled a shuriken out with a malicious grin, whispering a few words over the paper. This orc used fire and needed a lot more light them him to see, so it was most certainly time to play that advantage to its fullest. If this orc wanted a fight, he was going to get one, but Stolatos wasn't keen on making it easy on him. He brought his arm back, spinning and throwing the shuriken unerringly for the fire [Acute Aim]. The moment it hit the ground, roughly in the middle of the fire, the magic in the seal attached to the shuriken sprang to life (Tremor Seal). The ground started immediately to quake, throwing embers up into the air and scattering the fire - the result would be a brighter room for a few seconds, then the fire would start to die down to embers as the shaking continued, dropping the light in the room considerably.
Tremor used, 1/2
Shuriken used, 1/5