The grogs get into position safely. Not the same place each, obviously. This is something you've practiced before: attack from many fronts, in order to confuse the defenders and leave yourselves less open to retribution.
After a little while, Marcellus casts his spell without trouble. He then gets into position, as silently as he can.
Once he comes near the camp, it becomes clear to him that the discussion between the bandits as escalated to the point they aren't paying attention at all. From his position, he sees 3 men: 2 standing, arguing loudly, and one sitting on a stone, sharpening his knife. Near them, the entrance to a cave. No sign of Marcellus.
This looks like a place they've used before: Remains of a fire, and I don't know how to say in in english, but they've built things out of wood in order to cook and protect themselves from the elements.
A young, scrawny man: I told you he's a wizord! Didn't you see the winds oround him? We should leave him alone and flee before he colls up some deemon!
An older man, a cocky air to him Awww, you're just afraid of your shadow. Even if he is a wizard, he's unable to hurt anyone now. And he must be rich, right? Wizards have gold, enough to get us out of this place
You don't have much time before your spell expire. From where you are, you may signal Menaut, which will signal Bernat in turn. Attack, hold? What do you do?
(Sorry, left my notes at home, I don't remember their names and exact description, expect some slight retcon. About language, I agree. AFAICT, this is "skill 0 with points". Look at the corebook, skill 1 is already more, IMO)