Brother Of Ori
The feline bid his time carefully, waiting for an opening, or more so waiting to see if this full frontal assault would put this nightmare down for good. Though, when he heard what Jason said, it was as if this came straight from a movie.The sailors open fire at the acidic monstrosity like a firing squad. Even when it's on land, surrounded by the trees and obscured by the darkness, with what little light they have from the lanterns, the ferocity of the sailors are still clearly shown through the loud gunfire that rips through the night and tears it apart through and through.
The defenseless monster takes the full force of the bullet hell from the sailors and the on-land survivors, but as it gets shredded to pieces and its mass shot down, the vines also have less and less of it to grip into.
Morag might notice this, seeing that it's trying to take advantage of everyone's assult to attempt its escape. Even Eviscerena's frost-coated gunshots won't be enough to slow it down for long... but the huntress does not notice it yet, probably due to her bad eyesight in this dark area.
But, as everyone focuses their fire on the monster, Jason, Yev and one other would notice something else in the opposite of the forest... and this time it doesn't take them long to identify the new threat.
The corpses along the path are starting to move. More or less akin to reanimated.
Jason : Zombies ! We got zombies incoming !
He quickly spun around, taking aim with his good arm, closing one eye to ensure that it would be a definite surefire shot. Spectral Vision wouldn't work on the undead, seeing as they had no pulse to latch on to, so it made it hard for the cat to determine how many undead were in the area. All he knew was to shoot first, check to see if it moves, then shoot till it stops moving.
Thankfully, one shot should be enough. Lith got some distance from the undead, took aim for the head, and fired one shot, testing his theory if one bullet would be enough to end them. Hopefully that was the case...
He didn't want to have to shoot more than once.