The running battle through the winery was pretty interesting.
Especially impressive how BeeDee, at great risk to his own life, after insuring the emotionally fragile Mordigan was safe behind the door, initially led the Needle Blights that were outside the winery away from the door. He led them away, and still made safe his gentle, trusting horse in the stable before leaping back into battle, to support his friends.
Then, my god, his bravery when he personally called out that hulking Barbarian, to further keep his party safe. His quick thinking and tauting to keep the Barbarian focused on him nearly killed him, but it helped keep Zelda safe from becoming a further holster for his stone spears.
Then his cool head in spite of the massive blood loss, when BeeDee realized they were about to be further overcome by enemies breaking through the double doors, and he made sure everyone escaped into a more easily defensible position down the stairs, which also ensured they kept pressure on the fleeing Swamp Druid, keeping him from regrouping and posing further threat. Last through the door, and then first into combat at the bottom.
Because of course, that's just how BeeDee rolls.
But he's way too humble to mention any of this, himself. He knows his deeds, so much more than could be expected from any mere human mortal, speak for themselves.
You don't have to thank him. You never will. You're welcome, anyway.