The famed Crescent Island quickly came into view, its form appearing as nothing more than just a small moon in the ocean from this high up. The unit M.A.I was sent by Sabertooth to this place in order to answer a distress signal along with another member of the guild. Perhaps a form of training or something akin to it, meant to ensure that there were no anomalies in this unit and that she was still capable of following orders. As far as her internal library and database went, there were no such errors and success rate for this operation neared full 100%.
The unit even determined that it would get to the island the fastest if it took flight, hence why it could currently be found several kilometers above the sea level, its wings emanating a light blue field that kept the unit in the air. That said, it was about time to descend. Right below her was the most important port town for this island, one all of the tourists went through. Quite vital for the location’s survival, even. This was why it became a target of pirates, outlaws who desired only to plunder and take advantage of defenseless maidens.
Or so was the information in the unit’s memory about them. Taking a nearly perfect dive down, it took only a few seconds before landing was possible. The unit took care to land outside of the town, on a sandy beach where no civilians would be disturbed by the appearance of a robot with the form of a young human female. Especially considering her current status that some would describe as ‘shameless’. The unit had no concept of shame, nor did it saw any benefit in wearing woven fabric. All it cared about was getting to the rendezvous point so that it could meet up with Sabertooth’s other agent.
It was supposed to be right by the gate tourists went into the island through, so the unit decided it would be best for everyone if it stood some distance away. Turning on a detective mode, its pupils would become quite bright, scanning the area for the one known as Sarah Stone so that the two of them would not miss one another under any circumstances. Failure in this instance was quite unacceptable, after all. The city could not fall to the pirate scum, no matter the cost. The reputation of the guild and the unit’s potential evaluation was at stake here.