Before I post my next DM post, quick question:
Azax is an Owlin. Owls are nocturnal. The party is setting up camp for the night. I know Azax has been awake all day, so he's probably going to be tired, but I'm wondering wether he will sleep at night, being an owl. And what about in future? Do you want me to do it where the party travels during the night and sleeps during the day?
Sorry, missed your previous post and didn't know you were waiting on us.
I'd assume that we'd split things 50/50 unless Legion says otherwise. If there are special things like magic items we will need to decide on those. Right now I think the only thing like that is the mirrors - but two mirrors and two of us. It would allow us to communicate over a bit of distance. Seems like a no-brainer that we each carry one.
Just read your post - yeah, I don't think I'd have him hunting unless he needed to do so. Owlin can certainly hunt but even then would be inclined to cook their food. And he eats a lot of what other humanoids would eat.
But . . . I think he would tend to sleep in a tree. They usually have houses high in the trees and while travelling he owuldn't have the house part, but would still prefer to be off the ground when possible. At least that is how I'd do it. Remember, there is no info on this so I'm making it all up as we go.
A for the post - in any fight Azax's preferred strategy would be to take to the air. He has an advantage there and can get out of range of enemy melee weapons. I'm asuming an owl can take to the air in a forest, but how high could he get and see the lizardfolk? What limits do you want to put on him in this setting?
Owls live in wooded areas so I'd say they're very adept at navigating through this terrain. And Azax has darkvision, so he can see clearly. The branches are long and dense though and I assume Azax has a large wingspan, so he will have trouble stretching his wings to their fullest extent. So the branches hinder his mobility. He won't be able to dodge as well as he could in an open area/area with less densely packed trees.