(apologies for my absence, I have been in part just needing a break, and also when I'd meant to return to posting, the anti-magic stone threw me into a period of studying rules in how anti-magic fields would effect my last spell used. So far, all my studies are inconclusive and I will be treating it as dispelling the invisibility.)
Virgil could only assume his invisibility had gone off without anyone noticing, no one attempted to dispel it, and he had shown himself capable of teleporting small distances before. Ahead he advances, circumventing the throng of battle, to maneuver off to Alya's flank, meaning to get in close, and lay on a potent invocation that required him to make a touch attack, but only half his plan came to fruition, as an ally of all people uncovers a stone of anti-magic, one of those wretched fragments remaining from the Time of Troubles, perhaps?
He'd moved in close to Alya's flank at least close enough, that the ensuing dispel of his invisibility displays its 'Retributive' part. As the invisibility dispels a shock-wave of sonic energy is released from his body, covering a 20 foot radius. [4d6 Sonic Damage to all creatures in that area, and stuns them for 1 round -- DC 20 Fort Save halves the damage and negates the stun.]
Realizing he is suddenly without his magic, and that his skeleton is thus gone as well, Virgil's first instinct, hoping Alya is properly stunned by the wave, he charges in with mace raised, hoping to score at least one hit on a prone target, before she recovers her senses.
((Thanks for the welcome back, like I said treating the effect here as if a dispelling of the Retributive Invisibility, as while it typically functions as Greater Invisibility, it has a contingent secondary effect, here posted. Until the anti-magic is gone, this is the last magic Virgil will have at his disposal for now. It also means he is for the first time in his life, beyond Malcanthet's reach. Zek may have just angered a Greater Tanar'ri))
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Primary (Pheurazath AKA Kalkyril Ilindl)
Secondary (Virgil Stahne -- A repentant Warlock)
Other Secondary (Skrach -- A rogue, a rat, touched by the best)