Cleaning up after compatriots was becoming a common occurrence for Kimimaro, right hand of the Cero Espada. While his allies were certainly powerful in their own right, the number of interruptions seemed to bog down their mission here in Las Vegas. This was proven by the objective being total annihilation of the city and it's inhabitants, yet not only did Vegas remain standing but much of it was untouched. As Kimimaro was made personally responsible for the outcome of this assault, even with the Cuatro on scene clearly alterations to the plan would have to be made. As a result, the white-haired Arrancar now stood silently at the very edge of Las Vegas's outer limits, Reiatsu repressed in it's entirety. Unworried about his foes and their limited capabilities, the reason he remained inconspicuous was simply in an effort to observe the current situation.
The overall conflict appeared to have ground to a halt, neither side doing much of anything at this point. Evidently both the Cuatro and his Fraccion were now missing in action, both having likely returned to Hueco Mundo for whatever reason. Oh this just would not do. Even the Primera himself had failed to make any real progress in the destruction of Las Vegas....disappointing, Kimimaro thought to himself. After the Espada's success in the Reclamation War, they seemed prime to dominate unlike any of their predecessors had before. Yet here they were, stuck. This could not be allowed to continue. As such, Kimimaro was surefooted in his entrance to the Sin City, prepared to do whatever it took to end this standstill.
As the Arrancar walked silently through the empty streets of Las Vegas, little stood out to him. No longer a mere den of debauchery the city once was, it resembled most technologically modern metropolises, just with significantly more hotels and casinos. Silence permeated the air like a thick fog, unsettling given the city's current situation. For Kimimaro it merely meant there weren't any allies nearby who might get caught in the crossfire, and those who might would at least have a few seconds to evacuate. For this reason the Cero Espada's Fraccion released his Spiritual Pressure in it's entirety, shattering all the glass around him for a hundred yards in every direction; should any Hollows or Arrancar be nearby, they would likely recognize the man behind the Reiatsu and know to flee for if Kimimaro was on scene, it meant there wouldn't be a scene for much longer.
After making it a few blocks into the jungle of concrete and steel, Kimimaro figured now was as good a time as any to commence the endgame. As he continued walking the Arrancar lifted his hands to the left and right, palms facing outward, and in the blink of an eye fired massive ivory blasts of energy from both. These Cero would vaporize structures of man as if they weren't even there, and continue for hundreds of yards before eventually dissipating. Should even elite defensive forces remain in their path naught but death would await them as the blasts were fired without restraint; after all, why hold back now? The objective was total annihilation, no other result could be satisfactory. Continuing on, Kimimaro launched multiple Cero every few seconds without concern for his enemies or allies alike. If other Espada or their Fraccion could or would not remove themselves from the equation, then they didn't deserve to survive.
Utilizing his eidetic memory, a "gift" from his former master Ashlei Clixx, Kimimaro faced the direction of Yaksha's casino, which would essentially be the capitol building of this city for all intents and purposes, and raised both arms in front of him. With a swiping motion he sliced himself skin-deep along the back of his left hand using a bone protruding from his right index finger, now tipped with a speck of blood, and immediately gathered energy around it. After but a few seconds of increasing the newly-formed sphere's strength and density, Kimimaro fired it like a cannon in the casino's direction still nearly a mile away. In the case of this attack, an incredibly powerful Gran Rey Cero, such a distance would be rendered moot for it would rapidly rotate and expand, distorting reality and tearing through everything in it's path without difficulty. If a regular Cero could turn man made structures to dust, this Gran Rey was simply removing them from it's path as it barreled through the City of Sin. Fires erupted in it's wake which began quickly spreading throughout the thus far-unaffected surroundings, proliferating chaos like an infernal riot. In all likelihood the Gran Rey Cero would continue beyond Yaksha's capitol and split the entire city in twain, leaving a two hundred foot valley in it's wake.
"This is how it should have been from the start."