Nimbus' squad separated as they each went to plant explosives on key targets. The bombs they carried were small but had one hell of a bang. They were also designed to self vaporise so that the equipment couldn't be traced back to Talonopolis, although it wouldn't be hard to deduct who it was. They krept around silently keeping their radios dead as they each made their way towards their location. Nimbus's target was the gate controls. The blast, in theory, should rip out the gate control matrix allowing the gate to go into a state of emergency that will not only open it, but keep it jammed open permanently until it received repairs. Wing Tear and Sun Flower were dealing with the towers leaving Arch Light and Crimson to deal with the rest, such as vehicle depots. When each of them rigged their bombs onto the targets their radios would click followed buy a simple 'target confirmed' response. By the time they had finished and finished it surely wouldn't be long before Twilight would be ready. Or at least that's what they hoped. Every second from here on in was a second a guard could notice something wrong or one of them could be discovered, blowing the whole operation. Nimbus had been thinking about the Golems. They were safe from them thanks to their wings but Twilight and the other land beings would be at high risk of being flattened by the hulking guards. They would have to make sure none of them reached Twilight or the others.
Winter's heart sank as she learned that Rex had seen what happened inside the circular room. That someone had seen what she had done was almost to much for the charcoal mare to bare thinking about. She let out a deep sigh, looking at the ground before giving him the honest answer. "Yes Rex, it's true, I killed Twilight" she said feeling the sting hit her chest as she admitted it. "I just wish it didn't have to end that way. I mean OK so she didn't want to be my friend any more.... but to actually want me dead ? I never thought I could be so wrong about a pony" she said as she looked away sadly. She had no more tears to give but she felt the welling pain that made her wish she did.