Those wolves still bared their teeth in growls. The wolves did not move toward the men still as they backed up, most of them yelling and waving their arms, the one big one holding the spread out structure and waving it, while Fazibar went facing forward in that direction. Some way further after the wolves were left dozens of feet further back, Fazibar said, "We are coming up to the edge over that canyon. I think we can manage the slope here, but you should all face forward to do so."
Jorald said, "Then let us go quickly. I do not think we should wait facing the wolves still. But there will be a messy battle if they come at us from behind as we go down that way."
Eldubar said, "I will still look back as you go down before me, and I would say so if those wolves move still toward us."
The others looked down over the edge of this oddly shaped canyon, which went around, with that lake in the middle at the bottom. It was at a slant here, just barely manageable at the top, but more manageable a little way further down.