Rose has missed most of the antics and happenings going on with the others as she takes time to study the manticore. Was it real, or just good craftsmanship? She had heard of hunters performing taxidermy in unorthodox ways to stick together several creatures to make a more fearsome one. She studies the thing for a long moment, and given the way that the dead keep coming back to life she tries to recall if anything about her training with the undead might clue her in as to whether or not this thing is some elaborate trap that is going to wake up and go berserk.
Perception: 1d20 (14) + 13
(+2 if there's anything undead related about this particular thing)
She keeps her bow clutched close at hand, feeling somewhat airy and light--getting used to different armor was always a bit weird for her.
The creature is real. Someone hunted it years ago. A good hunter at that. There manticore and the trophy heads on the walls seem in better shape that the house itself. Newer. They were likely hunted and prepared between 15 and 20 years ago. The assortment of animals gives Rose the feeling whoever it was, it was an accomplished hunter.
Of the undead... She is sure the movement and the fire it produced were real, but Gorrendux's positive channel energy has neutralized whatever it made it react.