Tsidia enjoyed their embrace. When one of her tail spots was pressed she couldn't help, but purr quietly. Her rush of thoughts slowed down a bit, letting her focus. Her heart rate returned to normal. She rubbed her claws all over Maz, while pressing her tail to Zephyr. When he got to the second one she blushed a little. Her purrs got louder, her wings half-spread. Her body started losing tension against her will and soon she pushed all her weight on the dragons. This was getting out of hand. Her thoughts felt heavy and the simpler ones were forcing themselves into her brain. She opened her maw, about to protest before something warm and soft forced a shiver down her spine. Her entire body vibrated as she dropped down to the ground. Her eyes lost focus. Warm purring drowned out any word she wanted to form. Her body went limp, mind blank. Until it stopped she was nothing more than a mindless animal. Her expression held nothing more than an empty smile.
Her consciousness returned as she shook her snout. "S-stop!", she said through a blush and covered her snout with her claws to hide her embarrassment. The good news was that she couldn't care less about the tight walls around them now. "Get yourself together Tsidia!". Her instincts called, so loud it could spill out on nearby telepaths.
If she was going to move three dragons she would need all tricks that she could use. How to do this? She listened to the calming dragons and filtered out everything except the bit about mental strength. She could do that. She has done that before! "I'm sorry, there's no time.", she said and gathered her strength. Without caring much she pushed a simple, public link to Mazrogal, saying that she needs control. Then she tried to dig herself into his thought process. If he refused and tried to defend himself she would assault him with sudden surge of numbness. It was enough to overwhelm a weak mind at best. At worst, enough to distract him as she exchanged information with his subconsciousness. Adapt to his mind structure and convince that her commands were his thoughts. Force him to accept her request whatever he liked it or not.
Now she was even more determined and desperate, partly cause she had more resources and partly cause Mazrogal could see and mess around with her thoughts as he desired. Turning her attention to Zephyr she didn't bother checking if he could respond or comprehend the situation. She encircled him with their combined presence and took a quick look over his being, looking for cracks. Once she found a spot she saw as weak she pushed against it with all force, brute-forcing into his very being. She wasn't interested in his memories and what not. She was not a monster. She simply needed more power to get them all out.
"I'm sorry!", she shouted, despite causing no damage to their minds. Even though she was on the edge of crying the fact that they could feel her guilt cheered her up a little. Without his resistance, she absorbed Zephyr's thoughts and connected him to the network. With tripled power she shut down any input from their senses, isolating them from bodies. The last thing they needed was somebody's urges breaking focus and destroying everything.
First, location. This one was rather simple. Since the last time she moved through the void she jumped from one side of rumble to the other. This meant that she could set the starting point from her last jump as the destination for this one. The price was that unless they wanted to teleport inside each other they would have to go one by one.
Next, resources. Tsidia was as gentle as to ask if they had something holding any magical power. If they could use it, she would define it as another power source. No one was going to be spared. It would keep draining them until they were on the edge of passing out from exhaustion.
Finally, jump. "You might feel like the universe is trying to consume you. Don't worry, it's natural." Her thinking slowed down. Someone would have to go first. Before they could choose who would that be her instincts kicked in once again. Something sharp went over her soul and she knew exactly what that was. "Zephyr is first", she passed over in a tone not expecting resistance. The dragoness resumed all his natural processes and reached deep down, all the way to what made her who she was. She was in control. The air felt very dense around Zephyr as if some invisible power was building up around him. Dark substance materialized and covered his entire body, but it didn't stop there. It would soon sink into him. His body would disintegrate, turning into the substance as it sucked out his energy. In consequence, out of everything in their little network too. Zephyr could feel as if he lived thousands of lives, saw everything there was to, became part of the universe itself. That moment would feel like an eternity, but less than a second passed before the void appeared on the other side of the mess. It soon reformed into the structures it was fed and spit him out on the ground, evaporating from his body as quick as it got there.
As soon as she knew that he was safe, she collapsed. It was too much, too fast. Impossible to handle. She broke down in tears, giving away her control. She still had more than enough power to get them both out, but right now that wasn't her concern.
Refusing to process the next thought full of guilt and desperation she curled up into a ball, made up mostly of her tail. That's not who she was. Tsidia wasn't made to be a leader. She couldn't focus on one thing for too long. Never held back words and feelings. She barely could make sacrifices. Yet she broke down two dragons for their own safety. Well, she only harmed their defences, which would regrow over few days. That had no meaning for her. She took them by surprise, didn't give them any chances before using violence. That was not the Tsidia she knew. In her mind, she was a monster, murderer.
Lost in her intensifing cry she forgot Mazrogal was still there on the other end, listening to her pathecic struggle.
"Break your chains and make your move, or you'll only see a dreamwavers wall"