"Move move move!" Rilolia shouted as she slapped against the metal pauldrons of Dead Gear as if to say "giddy up". The God of War stepped back a few paces, barely missing the gigantic bones falling from the monster above, their expansive surface encompassing Rilolia's entire vision. Their impact rattled Dead Gear's footing slightly, but as he had already possessed enough weight beforehand to seep a few feet into the ground, his position wasn't moved any significant amount. Nevertheless, the ensuing debris forced him to shield Rilolia by snapping shut the maws over his upper arms until the hail subsided. So to was Vance protected by Dead Gear, though as he was still unfamiliar with the man, could not make the assumption that he was in the same place as Rilolia, nor knowledgeable of his abilities. So instead, Dead Gear simply raised his free hand and brought it before Vance to cover him.
Vance was suprised by the attack himself, though more so by the God of War moving his hand to project him from the incoming debris. Deciding that now was the time to attack Vance looked over to Rilolia and called over. "We need to hurt that thing but attacking it directly seems to be a poor choice given how big it is.... How good is Dead Gear's throwing arm?" The priest pointed hios thumb towards the large shards of bone around that had just rained down. Logic followed that whatever fired it would have to have been strong enough to attack others of its race, just like all beasts, demons and the like. "I will protect you as you wind up. Don;t worry, I can take some punishment."
"Hm, it could work," Rilolia considered, instantly recognizing Vance's intentions, "Sure, let's give it a try!" Rilolia stood herself up as the shoulder-maw fully opened and telepathically conveyed her orders to Dead Gear within a split second. Grabbing onto a outcropping of metal, she rooted herself as Dead Gear dissipated his massive sword and slammed his feet into the earth, uprooting a shower of volcanic rock and a few corpses. Rilolia clasped her hands together and closed her eyes, a wave of silence overcomig her senses as she channeled focus into casting what would likely be the most potent spell she'd seen in years.
As her eyes opened, a flash of blue gleamed and linked her sight to the countless dead souls hovering about the battlefield. With the clench of her hand, they funneled inwards towards her position, spinning and merging together into a helpless and despairing mass of spiritual energy. With a rip and screech of metal, the mouth of Dead Gear's chest cracked open, revealing an abyssal black hole in its center. Like a hellish vacuum, the vortex siphoned in the collection of souls Rilolia had gathered and instantly slammed shut.
From the many crevices and seams upon the giant machine's body, a cacaphony of screams seeped forth as if the souls it had consumed were attempting to seep through and escape. A sickeningly green glow burst from the many gemstones layering its body, and with a might roar, Dead Gear struck into one of the dislodged teeth impaling the earth and heaved it upwards for the monster above.
Nodding to Rilolia, Vance started his own task so he had little time to be both disturbed by the God of War swallowing up the souls around the battlefield. Looking above he saw three falling teeth heading towards Dead Gear. Pushing up his glasses Vance smirked lightly before suddenly jumping off Dead Gear with intense force, sending him up towards the teeth.
As he made it to one tooth he planted his legs on the side before leaping to another, pushing the one he jumped off from away from Dead Gear, only to do the same with the next tooth as well. Though he didn't wish to go any higher due to the HUGE demon above so Vance redied himself and grabed onto his sword with one hand. One mightly slice later and Vance had split the tooth, only to kick them apart and fall back down to earth; both shards of tooth would land next to Dead Gear to use as ammo for attacking the demon.