How Could This Happen?

Two figures stand if front of a stone archway with a stone railing in front of them. The one on the left, a curly red haired man wearing red robes, has a frantic expression on his face, his hands gripping his hair, as he looks down at something off panel below him. "Horbin!" he shouts. Next to him a dark haired women looks unimpressed about what is happening off panel. "Eh, he's probably fine" she says.
Far away shot of the lighthouse in the middle of the night. Near the top, we can see the two figures from before, looking at the ground below them, another figure to their right watching from the shadows.  On the ground we see the shadowed form of their companion as he yells "Does this look fine to you?!"
Close up on the dark haired woman, with a black background behind him. She is shrugging her shoulders in an unconcerned manner. "If he wasn't fine, he wouldn't be talking," she says.
Close up shop of the wizard, standing next to the open archway of the lighthouse, still looking down at his companion, Horbin. "What happened!?" he asks.  Below him, and off panel, Horbin dramatically yells "I can see my life flashing before my eyes!"
Horbin, below and off panel, is listing of the events in his life that are supposedly flashing before his eyes. "Virginal Elvin Maidens! Busty Tavern Wenches! All just begging for some hot halfling loving!" Veronica, standing to the right of the entrance to the lighthouse balcony, is rolling her eyes.
Medium shot of the entrance to the balcony's entrance. The wizard is mostly still focused on whatever is going on below them on the ground. The dark haired woman is mildly surprised by the sudden appearance of a third figure to her right, a green skinned half orc with large horns protruding from his forehead (although the right hand one is partly broken).  He is wearing nothing on the upper half of his torso, and he stares down a the scene below, a dismissive look on his face. "Halfling slipped." The dark haired woman is quick to chime in "Uh, what he said".

Transcript

Panel 1

Two figures stand if front of a stone archway with a stone railing in front of them. The one on the left, a curly red haired man wearing red robes, has a frantic expression on his face, his hands gripping his hair, as he looks down at something off panel below him. “Horbin!” he shouts. Next to him a dark haired women looks unimpressed about what is happening off panel. “Eh, he’s probably fine” she says.

Panel 2

Far away shot of the lighthouse in the middle of the night. Near the top, we can see the two figures from before, looking at the ground below them, another figure to their right watching from the shadows. On the ground we see the shadowed form of their companion as he yells “Does this look fine to you?!”

Panel 3

Close up on the dark haired woman, with a black background behind him. She is shrugging her shoulders in an unconcerned manner. “If he wasn’t fine, he wouldn’t be talking,” she says.

Panel 4

Close up shop of the wizard, standing next to the open archway of the lighthouse, still looking down at his companion, Horbin. “What happened!?” he asks. Below him, and off panel, Horbin dramatically yells “I can see my life flashing before my eyes!”

Panel 5

Horbin, below and off panel, is listing of the events in his life that are supposedly flashing before his eyes. “Virginal Elvin Maidens! Busty Tavern Wenches! All just begging for some hot halfling loving!” Veronica, standing to the right of the entrance to the lighthouse balcony, is rolling her eyes.

Panel 6

Medium shot of the entrance to the balcony’s entrance. The wizard is mostly still focused on whatever is going on below them on the ground. The dark haired woman is mildly surprised by the sudden appearance of a third figure to her right, a green skinned half orc with large horns protruding from his forehead (although the right hand one is partly broken). He is wearing nothing on the upper half of his torso, and he stares down a the scene below, a dismissive look on his face. “Halfling slipped.” The dark haired woman is quick to chime in “Uh, what he said”.