Sixth Circle's Ghost
Tsubaki had genuinely no clue how they got passed her team, but through the radio the ghost received information on a hostile spotted within the town. Considering her eyes could see basically anything without obstruction, it should've been basically impossible to get into the town without some form of discreet teleportation that wouldn't alert her team. That said, Tsubaki was the sort of person grounded in reality and more concerned with dealing with the present; rather than questioning how the enemy got passed her, she instead readjusted all her focus into dispatching them. Through the eyes of her team, Tsubaki acknowledged where the target was found and made her way towards their location, hopping along the top of the roofs with absolute silence.
The town wasn't especially large, but given this being the 25th century, the term "large" was relative here. By the time Tsubaki was able to lock her sights on her target on the streets between the various buildings and inspecting them, the distance between the two of them was some 400 metres. For most people, that was still a great deal of distance; for Tsubaki, that was well within lethal range. From the equipment bag on her hips and back, the girl excavated several parts to her rifle, constructing together the full-bodied firearm within the minute. Once finished, still soundlessly as ever, she took aim, a full bodied rifle fit with 7.62 rounds, and fired--soundlessly. The bullet tunneled through the air with barely any presence, the only indicator being the movements of the wind carved out of its path, its inevitable destination being the temple of the foreign target.