Despite Nailah getting a head start on Quillian to the lair, he some how managed to beat her to Ao Kuang's room. When Nailah arrived he was already in the process of rescuing Leon from the violent twister that Ao Kuang had created. Though she didn't have much time to consider much else as Ao Kuang was still thrashing about madly. His tail was coming straight for her, too quick for her to completely dodge, but then again she didn't need too.
"Suarafa." As before, when the words passed her lips the hieroglyphs appeared, again turning into golden mist. Ao Kuang's tail was suddenly right in front of her, but short of hitting her it stopped momentarily before begin thrown off of an invisible barrier that rippled when hit. Though it didn't phase Ao Kuang as his thrashing seemed to only increase. It was then she heard Leon ask where she was while looking quite concerned. "I'm right here." Nailah answered appearing next to him and Quillian. Around this time Genzai was attempting to speak to Ao Kuang yet again, but it was a failed attempt. Clair also tried her hand at restraining the dragon by use of chains she conjured, but she alone wasn't strong enough to stop the god for more than a few seconds.
Fortunately, Leon gained an idea from that. Instructing Clair to hold him down again, though this time Leon would assist her in keeping the dragon god subdued. Once they dragged him down, the rest of them were too attack the dragon's underbelly. "Sound's like a plan." Nailah readied her staff, waiting for the golden opportunity. She only had two Words left before she would have to wait 10 minutes. If they didn't beat the dragon god now, then Nailah would be close to useless for 10 minutes. Unfortunately for Nailah she found herself blown back by the winds Ao Kuang created, slamming harshly against the walls before falling into the rising water.
Quickly standing up, she noticed another typhoon blowing them back further. Genzai was attempting to engage Ao Kuang directly, both of his units summoned. "That's right. Come Baruti." The hieroglyphs for Baruti appeared, before coming together and then changing into a large baboon that would easily reach the height of 6ft if it stood on it's hind legs. The moment he was summoned his wise eyes surveyed the situation before eyeing Nailah.
"I assume you ran out of Words." He knew he was correct from Nailah's nervous grin, "How many times have I told you. You mustn't use-"
"I know, I know but scold me later. I really need your help." With a sigh Baruti gave in, and Nailah grinned, "Right, time for that typhoon to go bye-bye. Tak-kuseem." Thanks to Baruti's presence Nailah had gained an extra 10 Words, which would be a great help. Though after using so many Word's already, Nailah was already feeling tired and exhausted. As she threw her staff at the Typhoon in vanished, and with Baruti behind her as a brace she was able to keep herself steady during the turbulent winds. Hopefully that would buy enough time fore Clair and Leon to do their thing.