Akeya was pretty glad that she was in her shadow form while the ship crashed, so she didn't have to deal with the trouble the physical world had to handle when it crashed and smashed right into the island, spreading chaos and uncontrolled destruction without restraint or regret. The half dragon kept flying towards the ship, or rather its crash site. Akryn had been in there when it had been falling down, and while he was a tough nut to crack even he wasn't built to escape such a catastrophic event unscathed. That was more Akeya's thing, but that was because instead of just matching her own strength against that which opposed her she was more inclined to use her powers to evade a direct confrontation. It was a lot more efficient and had more chance of success as well. Granted, a lot of people were more impressed by displays of raw power than being able to be sneaky and tricky, but the only people whose opinion mattered to Akeya were those who could recognize her approach as a display of pure skill and appreciate it instead of complaining that she hadn't just thrown all her power straight against her opponent without any finesse like some braindead idiot.
Unlike Zack, the half dragon had neither bothered trying to save people from the disaster, nor did she feel sad or even regretful about their deaths. They were people she knew nothing of, who had no connection with her at all, and thus had given no reason for her to care about them. Even when she was still a human she was already indifferent about the lives of others, which was partially due to her being a trained assassin and partially just estrangement (growing up in a village where everybody counted as your family had resulted in Akeya seeing everybody from outside the village as not being her family, i.e. unimportant). Now that she was a half dragon, and becoming more draconic with each passing day, she cared even less about humans she didn't know about than before. Her mind was already nearly fully draconic, so if there were any dragons involved in the incident she would most likely be a bit more worried. As it was she was mostly thinking about how this would affect their mission. That ship was owned by the very people that Blue Pegasus had come to chase away from the island. Or in Akeya's case, eliminate. She wasn't much for scaring actual threats away. That just meant they could come back later. However while the stronger enemies most likely had survived chances were low that most of the many people that had been on that ship had survived the crash. Mage or no, having such a large ship smash right into the island without warning or protective measures could get you killed very easily. Only the strongest could take such an impact and roll with it. Akeya was fairly sure that a good part of the people on the ship were now dead, which meant she could focus on taking care of the actually dangerous ones.
And of course Akryn. He was the last member of her team, since all the others had either left, disappeared, or died. She at least acknowledged him as a useful companion whose company she preferred over that of most humans, since he at least took his training seriously and didn't try to look down on her for her draconic heritage, even if his training was more about brute prowess than delicate and refined skill. That was just his style, and since he at least took it seriously Akeya could still respect him from that. But now she'd have to make sure that he was still alive after that. She could see that Zack was also heading for the crashed ship, and he looked quite angry. In fact he looked so angry that he wasn't himself any longer, his magic looking like it had somehow inverted itself. It was probably better to stay out of his way. Akeya didn't believe that Zack would actually attack his own allies even when angry, but when such a powerful mage was this agitated there was usually some collateral damage involved in what happened next, regardless of whether it was caused willingly or not. Even if Zack had managed to contain that much magic energy within that body of his didn't mean that if he was too angry it couldn't burst out and wreak havoc.
Although once again unlike Zack, Akeya wasn't planning to just face her new opponents head on. First she had to observe the situation. Moving in Zack's wake Akeya used her own methods for disguising herself combined with Zack's far more dominating presence to ensure that all the eyes would be on her guild master, leaving her free to sneak around and see what the best move would be now. Because really, what kind of person would bother looking at shadows when they had somebody like a pissed off Zack to deal with? The half dragon went flat onto the ground once close enough, hiding inside Zack's shadow as he moved forwards, until they reached the location where Akryn had landed, where it looked like the strongest mages on the Syndicate's side had gathered. And weren't happy with her team mate, seeing how one of them had been stomping on his arm before Zack came and interrupted him rather rudely. Now that Zack had drawn their attention Akeya could plan her next move.
Her choices so far seemed to consist of trying to quickly kill one of the enemies present, or get Akryn out of the way. Unlike what Zack was demanding of him the half dragon doubted that Akryn was in a proper state to fight right now. If he still had his eye (which she had thrown back at him once she no longer needed it) it shouldn't take too long to heal him. Otherwise he would have to stay out of the fight for a while. The assassination approach only had two options: the large man with the cape, who Zack had just punched from below on the chin, or the fat one who had been stomping on Akryn's incapacitated body. The third one was out of the question because he looked like he had some kind of full-body protection thing going on, and one which didn't have gaps for Akeya to exploit. And the other two didn't look like very good targets either: Zack was busy with both of them, the fat one made it difficult to actually hit any vital points because he was just too damn fat, and the other had a large cape which would obscure his vital points as well. He was still the best candidate, but Akeya would have to wait until after Zack was done hitting him. Which meant she was probably better off taking care of Akryn. Luckily she had just the thing here.
Sneaking forwards as a shadow Akeya approached Akryn, then made a signal with one hand, after which two white eyes appeared in Akryn's shadow. Akryn would feel himself slowly sinking into the darkness, at the same time as he would hear Akeya whisper in his ear as she used her magic to turn herself invisible for the moment as she waited for Korikami to finish his job:
"Don't resist. Korikami is swallowing you so we can get you healed and you can return to the fight. Where is your healing eye?"
If Akryn didn't resist and the enemies didn't catch onto what was happening Korikami would then disappear together with Akryn, the half dragon following her shadow fox away from the fight that was undoubtedly going to break out next. If they did notice or Akryn was stubborn for some reason Akeya would have to think of something else she could do, and fast.