Sabin's pleas fell on deaf ears as Denika mounted the steps to gallow and dragged the girl up after her. Guk-Guk had regained some of her senses and began fighting against Denika. But Denika's muscles were empowered by her mad state and the massive quantities of magic she was exerting to keep her horde going. As she reached the top she quickly scratched Guk-Guk across her face and used the child's blood to boost her magic and amplify her voice.
"Y'GOL SKULLBORNE, BEAR WITNESS TO THE PAIN YOU SO CALLOUSLY DEALT ME! FIRST IGIN, THEN GALMIED AND MY MEN, AND THEN YOU KILLED MY BELOVED SABIN! I WILL USE HER BLOOD TO BRING THIS MOUNTAIN DOWN UPON YOUR HEAD!" She screeched her last words and Y'gol watched in horror as the Elf pulled a long sacrificial knife from her belt and lifted it high the clouds above them rumbled with thunder and lighting and a torrential downpour began to fall down upon the besieged town.
Most defenders were forced against the buildings. But Galmied had fought his way to Sabin's side and say in full horror what Denika was about to do. But like Sabin and the others there were too many Undead between them and the High Elf. Guk-Guk was now at full awareness, but she was too terrified to fight she simply stared at the knife locking eyes with Y'gol through the lines of monsters.
"PAPA!" Was all the girl said, and it was all that was needed. The Ogre had been holding his own well, but as the Elf addressed him and showed her intent. It stopped the beast from fighting and the Undead swarmed him jumping onto his body and forcing him to his knees making his watch what was going to happen. But the more he looked the more his collar began to burn, he felt a rage and sorrow he'd never felt before even before he was imprisoned. Before his rage was more from annoyance than actual anger or pain. Things stopping him from eating or getting away, but now before him was the one thing in the world he loved more than anything.
His cub was crying and bleeding and a madwoman who Y'gol didn't even think would be so mad at him after years of being out of her sight was threatening her life. He didn't care about his own safety or even the safety of the town and the townspeople meant little to the father. Tears began to fall from the eye holes in his skull helmet and the rage was filling his entire frame. He shook the helmet off and the pain was obvious on his ugly face, the necklace began to glow orange, than, than white, until it finally shattered the built up magic knocking the zombies down all around him and some in the way of Galmied and Sabin. The Grizzly Beast stood to his feet and let out the most powerful and pained roar he or anyone around him has ever heard. He was blinded with all the emotions the necklace has been suppressing for years, joy, lust, amusement, and even love. But above all them sorrow, anger, and his protectiveness over Guk-Guk ruled. Following the sounds of his daughter he charged forward rending undead like leaves in a storm.
It was only by sheer luck none of the Defenders were in his path. He was moving with intent and Galmied knew exactly where he was going. Using the distraction of the Father's Rage he plowed through the dazed horde and ran up the gallows and ripped Guk-Guk from Denika's grip mere seconds before Y'gol reached the gallows and tore through the sturdy beams like a hurricane his clawed hands grabbed Denika around her torso and with all the power and pain he could muster threw the High Elf back and completely through the wall of a large warehouse. The impact was so great the building began to collapse, but Y'gol didn't care this woman needed to die for threatening his child. The large beast bust through the rest of the wall bringing it down around them.
For many that would've been death, but neither combatant was easy to kill. Denika had her magic and Y'gol was Y'gol. The two burst through the rubble locked in battle Denika barely holding on using the last bits of her magic to keep her alive in Y'gol's initial assault. She managed to hurl a few fireballs at him before he caught her up and threw her again. This time back into the rubble of the Gallows. Denika was at her end and the effects of the toxin had finally run out, but she saw her death and was ready to rejoin Igin in the aether. Y'gol lifted up one of the support beams from the ruined warehouse and was running forward intent on crushing this Mage once and for all.