Ah, Sandslout, A place where this soldier had never once visited. Unfamiliar with this area, Abdullah was mainly here to do a check-in. Like any other soldier within the vicinity. To make sure everything was safe and secured, and nothing seemed out of the ordinary. Taking a few stops to buy some beetle jerky and refill his canteen with water, small things that he could quickly eat and drink, so he could gain some energy from them. Sandslout wasn't a place known for danger and murder since it was highly secured, so Abdullah didn't have much to worry about. But, the soldier was still a bit new to this area. Watching closely at the civilians and fellow soldiers that wandered the area, Peaceful, maybe a bit too peaceful. Even if it continued like this, The Solar knight still had his duties, leaving now because he didn't "see" anything would bring shame upon him. Perhaps something interesting would catch his eye, who knows. "Justice." The warrior mumbled under his breath, ever since the lioness had tasked Abdullah with this quest all he thought about was each thing he'd do.
To not be cruel nor be soft. He became an embarrassment to his fellow Bovinites at the prison, not to mention the incident that took place in nirvana. Even after such a pathetic display, Samara still trusted him with such an important task. It was a sign to him that he could redeem himself, and use his one arm to subjugate the evil and bring forth justice. Though, even at moments like this. Abdullah's mind was still focused on one person, his muse, Surrayah. Who knew what she'd think of him now, but Abdullah still wanted to find her and see how she was doing. Hoping the bright rose had healed from all the damage she withstood in that prison. Clenching that mighty fist, and staring towards the sky, gazing at the sun. "I cannot stop, not until I have found you." The Soldier was talking to himself. But, when he stared at the sun, the memories he forged with that gypsy pierced through his mind.
The coldness in those emotionless eyes lowered from the sun, and back to the people that wandered the area.