And as the Primarch once again showed off his vast power, Gansukh made his final gambit. The explosives they set up were about to blow and it was now or never. Using the reserves given to him by the tortured world spirit, the Stormseer brought forth the earth's fiery blood once again and once again, a hail of magma bolts flew from below up in an arc and onto his enemy, rising in number and velocity as the psyker threw all that he got. But while the Primarch would find himself under the main assault, it was only a diversion. With the hail of molten lava, Gansukh tried to focus hidden part of it, the one directly below the walkway, into a blazing geysir. This one wouldn't go up in an arc, this one would strike the railing right below the monstrous creature, melting metal and hopefully breaking the foothold, thus forcing the Primarch to shift his attention to it or risk falling into the vulcano below. As that happened, Gansukh would use whatever power he had left to picture the landing pad where they all first touched the Tyran's soil to try and open a portal to it. He didn't know how long that would last, but he was sure it wouldn't be long. He also hoped that Tyr would understand what was going on and instead of staying, he too would use the portal to escape the impending doom that was about to engulf this facility. White Scar also hated that he had to leave the Primarch alive and hope that the explosion gets to him, but there was no other option available to him that would help him slay this monster. If the portal was successfully opened, Gansukh would lead by an example and move in first in order to try and hold the warding so that both Phyrrus and Tyr could get through as well.