Lily - 2, Theo - 4
"Good. No major harm then." He said calmly. Having helped Lily to her feet, Theo took to looking around beyond the bird he had trapped to the position of those left standing and the birds that remained. More so than this the hexes and curses and fire and debris. To say it was chaos was putting it mildly. He heard the rip of fabric and turned to see his arm being wrapped. A little surprised, he just laughed a little in shock. "Yes. Of course. I plan on it," he answered. It was the first thing he'd do once they got the bloody hell out of here.
"We'll stick to the perimeter, the wall covers at least one side for us," he said, when he felt the tug at his arm. It was turning out to be a rather odd day, he thought as he glanced over at Lily. He'd muse on it all later, once they got out. It wouldn't be hard, he thought. If they were smart.
"Thank you is enough. A bottle of scotch might be nice though."
Setting off, he sent what deflective charms and protections he could, and anything he could think of to affect the flight patterns of the birds. It seemed impractical to send anything else into the fray of spells hurling about. Lily he left to her own devices, her odd freezing period seemed to have faded away. What caused it he couldn't imagine but it did and here they were. She was plenty capable of taking care of what was outside of his range, which was a comfort.
He glanced around looking for Roxanne, and Draco, seeing only Roxanne helping someone out of the party straight ahead. They'd get out, all of them. He was reasonably sure of it. There were more than enough of them there who could fend for themselves and others. It was just going to take a toll. He just hoped they could pay the price.