Gliding a few feet above ground level, Kloria had the shuttecraft on autopilot as she was studying the terminal beside her, acclimating herself with acquired data. Since setting up camp for her people, the Exdraxians soon learned that they would need to be able to get things from Earthland, namely currency. After sending her shuttle on an autopilot to learn of the world, "So, can you explain it to me again what the functions of a mage are?" The automated computer responded in a masculine voice. "They take requests of various tasks, typically involving some form of combat or not. Mages often combine their services and join forces, most notably by the guild system. There are two known major classes of guilds, legalized and non-legalized 'Dark Guilds', while there are ambiguous numbers of independent guilds that are not dark, but are not approved by the governing body." Kloria leaned back on her chair as she saw the castle ahead, curious as to what was ahead of her.
According to the automated computer, who she named Sylo, Mage work was the best way for Kloria to earn jewels, and by joining with one of their guilds, she would be able to easily adapt by interacting with all sorts of characters and learn about the nature of Earth-Land. Eventually she was close to town and took back manual control, parking along side a path to down as the shuttle floated Seven feet move the ground, stationary as she left the ship in standby mode. She left the cockpit and stood on the small circular platform before pressing a button lowering the platform. "I will be back in due time."
The platform descended to ground level and eventually Kloria stepped off onto the group and took a few steps forwards out from underneath the craft, turned around to face it as she snapped her fingers. the platform raised back into the shuttle while the green visor lit up for a second and beeped twice. Kloria stretched her arms and legs, feeling every crack as she was glad to be able to move freely again. She then proceeded to walk down the path into town as she looked around, she could see residential and commercial areas, but no clear path in regards to Sabertooth.
Eventually she walked halfway across a bridge and stopped, doing what any Exdraxian would do in her situation, call out to a automated guardian. "So what do I gotta do to get into Sabertooth? Throw myself to the biggest triog in the woods? Hunt down a boar? Trial keeper? After a moment of silence, she sighed as she remembered she was no on Exdrax. "Forgot, Earth-landians don't have those. This planet as a lot going good and a lot going wrong for them."