When she fell, Khan jumped instantly to her side, into the water. With a smile, once he saw she wasn't hurt, he scooped her up and carried her out. He set her down where he'd been sitting, wrapping his still-dry sash around her once more. "Wait right here." He turned and he easily slid down the two ledges, returning minutes later with a bundle of loose branches and a handful of dry grass. He set it all before her, and in minutes, he had a blaze going that'd ward off the cold and help dry her clothes. Khan settled beside her once more, placing a hand over hers. "Now, did you get hurt at all?"