If he'd been above water, Triton would have yelled in surprise as a spell sheared just over his head and crashed into Octogon, making it flail again. He couldn't tell if the magic had been Judith's, as if the water mulled the signature on it. Just to be sure, he kicked against the water beneath him to rise up to the surface... just in time to hear the Acolyte of Wisdom speak in tongues, presumably to the giant monster, and finally opt to attack it so it wouldn't feed on her. A swift scan of the room told Triton the Wizzrobe was nowhere to be seen... yet its overpowering magical presence was still there. It didn't take a Zora of his marked genius to realise what was going on here. "Distract it!" he shouted, not to the Wizzrobe or the priestess it was possessing, but to his Familiar, which sprung into existence and threw itself at Octogon to do just that. Triton, meanwhile, made a mad dash for Judith's staff, which had been tossed aside presumably because the Wizzrobe didn't need it, and clutched it with one hand before leaping to a side to dodge another magic attack. "Release her," he said, wishing he sounded more confident. He wracked his brain, not doubting that he would need to somehow outsmart the Wizzrobe. What did he know about possession? It was a method employed by servants of darkness, quite obviously. There was no reason why a normal person couldn't use it as well, there was just not much reason why they would. ...wait, didn't servants of darkness share a weakness? Yes, they did, but light magic was not among his arsenal. When his familiar was sent hurtling through his head, evidently sent flying by the giant Octoroc, however, Triton decided he would have to do something he normally left to Thria: bluff like his life depended on it. "Release her," he said again, forcing himself to sound more threatening this time, "Or I will make you." As Octogon reared itself back up, he gathered magic at the tip of Judith's staff. It was a simple Fireball, but if he masked the nature of his spell maybe the Wizzrobe would be fooled into panicking, allowing Judith to take over once more... "Permit me to cast you out, fiend! Holy Light!"