Moon stepped in cautiously, his paws landing on a layer of spider entrails. Though the ground wasn't exactly flat and easy to walk on, and soon found that he'd lost his footing and was then falling, hurtling to the ground below. But habitually, the wolf's falling quickly slowed and slowed, until soon after that he wasn't falling at all, but floating in mid-air, his body emanating a very faint white glow. Yes, Moon was capable of flight. He then let out a soft snarl as some mass of weight dropped on top of him, landing on his back. ...Oh yeah, it was that human. Must've fallen, too. Carrying him down, Moon zoomed effortlessly through the rest of the tunnel, and eventually reached the light on the other end. The duo entered out into the gymnasium.
Moon hovered until he was a few inches above the ground, before he let gravity reclaim him. Still adjusting his eyes to the light, he was, quite honestly, not sure what to do about the complex scene in front of him... Of course it still held that spidery theme, with the spiders' king in full view. A huge, monstrous thing. And then there was the spiders' prey hanging from the ceilling in sacks, presumably human students. And then there was a firery human-like female fighting with some shadowy monster, a wolf-like monster, and three human-like beings floating in mid-air, which was a bit of a giveway that they weren't human. And sitting on one of their heads, was that scary girl from earlier who'd made nightmares play in front of his eyes.
The silver took a few steps back, fur standing on end, letting out a low growl. Where to begin... so much was going on in one place. So. Much. Moon had been all for playing hero a moment ago but now he wasn't even sure where to begin. He didn't even know who all the bad guys were and which ones needed rescuing.