Epsilon would spread his mighty and large white wings as he levitated off the ground. His eyes suddenly glowing in a pure crimson red as the Xir'algath hoard was approaching the Palace. Out of nowhere, technological constructs would come out Epsilon's body, ready to blast destructive beams of energy at them.
Israfel glanced up at Epsilon. "Uh...Epsilon, what are you doing?" He asked.
"Protecting the Realm of Life," Epsilon answered with a cold tone.
Uriel rose an eyebrow as he and Nathaniel glanced at Auriel for a moment. "What the heck?" Uriel called out of nowhere.
Nathaniel nods in agreement. "That was sudden." He said as he glanced at Gabriel who had her hands gripped tightly around her spear and slammed it on the ground.
"I don't know about you..." She said. "But I won't stay here and let others risk their lives while we full knowingly, knew we could have done something." Gabriel declares as she rose her spear. "Come, let's join Michael!" She ordered as she flew out of the palace, she was followed by Nathaniel and Uriel.
Cassiel glanced at Michael, who landed beside them. He slowly unsheathed his Soulbreaker. "You are not supposed to be here, Michael," Cassiel spoke, with a strange tone, as if in battle he was a completely different person, cold and calculated.
On the other hand, Varmiel cackled as he nudged his elbow into Hamael's arm. "Ey, Hamael lookie here." He said, with a smirk on his face. "The Princess knows how to wield a sword." said the Breaker of Stars, cackling some more. "Make sure you don't cut yourself with it, Princess."
As in time, Gabriel, Nathaniel and Uriel land down hoping Auriel and Sabrael would follow them. Cassiel glanced back at them. "None of you are supposed to be here. What is the meaning of this?" He asked.
"It is simple, Commanding Chief, Cassiel," Gabriel said, as she placed the hilt of the spear on the ground. "We refuse to stand inside a Palace while you and the others risk your lives." She declared.
Uriel shrugged. "I'm just here 'cause I got nothing else better to do."