Cryvus focused his mind, drawing on the full extent of his ability to divine the unseen, aimed and pulled the trugger. The pistol he'd been awarded by the Inquisitor barked and leapt in his grasp, spewing ragged shots designed to shred flesh towards the target only visible to his mind's eye. A scream of pain told him that he'd hit the mark, one that was quickly drowned out as Mikolas brought his own weapon to bear. He'd seen fit to recover the heavy stubber from the church above and, even though he didn't have the time to brace himself or much experience with firing such weapons accurately, proceeded to hose down Theodosia's position.
The medicae tent was torn apart by the hail of fire, plastic sheeting shredded and ripped away from the framework which it hung from. Masha cried out, alerting the others to the assassin's position as Crisis scrambled back through the doorway, seeking some form of cover. He was crouched behind an operating table, his face covered with blood, a weapon in each hand. He wasn't phased by the hail of fire, nor did he flinch as Mithras' shot flew past his head. He took aim with both weapons and fired. The bolter in his right hand roared. Pain lanced through Cryvus' body as a glancing hit detonated next to him, lacerated the flesh of his arm. Mikolas' right foot was knocked out from beneath him as a second bolt blew a chunk out of the ground. A grenade sailed over Mithras' head and blew several of the wooden struts lining the wall apart.
Reality shuddered as the room violently reshaped itself.
With the sound of cracking stone the left corner of the room lunged inwards, flowing around the servitors, desks and apparatus in its way. It stopped perilously close to Mithras, the servitor he'd taken as a shield slipping from his grasp as he looked upon the mess of writhing flesh and cybernetics that protruded most unnaturally from the reshaped stonework. Gunner managed to hold keep his nerve, overturning a desk for cover and sending delicate glass equipment flying.(Map updated. Cryvus took 6 damage, taking him down to 2 wounds. Mikolas took a whopping 11 damage which would have dumped him down to -6, broken his leg and put him at risk of bleeding out. I figured Zero would want to spend a fate point on undoing some of that damage, taking him back up to -2 wounds and changing the critical effect to knocking him Prone (which he'll need to take a 1/2 action to stand up from) and inflicting 1 level of fatigue (-10 to all rolls.
Mithras, meanwhile, bombs his fear test at being confronted by a vile perversion of the laws of reality and gains 5 insanity points. He passes his trauma test but will still do everything in his power to move away from the hideous mix of stone, flesh and steel next turn. Gunner is unaffected.
As for Theodosia, Cryvus hit with several shots, though the exact damage he's inflicted is somewhat unclear. The man's bleeding badly from his head, that much is certain. Mikolas' orky approach to heavy firepower has also removed his concealment, though he's still in cover.)