2. Try to find some shelter.
The harsh sting of the rain lashes your exposed skin and the damp chill seeps into your bones. You need to get out of this rain, and well away from the road, in case that man-thing decides to come back this way. As you push deeper into the woods the torrent lessens slightly, though your drenched clothing seems to weigh you down more and more. You take off your jacket, wring it out as best you can, and drape it over your head and shoulders. The spreading heat from another quick swig steels you slightly and you slog onward.
After what seems like ages, but your pocket watch swears was only twenty minutes, you notice something in the air. The scent of wet pine is now mixed with the acrid tang of wood smoke. Glancing around, you can barely notice a lighter glow in the dark mist, coming from behind a rise to your left.
1. Rush towards the promise of warmth and shelter?
2. Cautiously approach the light?
3. Steer clear, and keep heading into the woods?