|Vehicle Type||Aerial security transport|
|Behind the scenes|
The recognizer had been left disassembled and discarded in a junk pile outside the canyons near the Game Grid. Flynn, while seeking refuge from Sark's military forces for himself and an injured and unconscious Ram, stumbled upon the craft's cockpit, remarking that it looked like a good place to rest. He was awakened from an exhausted sleep by the sound of an electronic beeping from a panel he was touching. When he investigated further, the recognizer's systems lit up and it began to reassemble into a damaged but functional vehicle. Ram, still injured and weak, expressed amazement, as an ordinary program would not have been able to revive the ship in that manner; the feat enabled him to realize that Flynn was actually a user.
Flynn, left to continue alone after Ram derezzed, piloted the recognizer out of the junkyard. A Bit emerged from the recesses of the vehicle, keeping him company (and criticizing his driving skills) until he reached a populated area. Unfortunately, the recognizer was still damaged and Flynn eventually lost control, losing pieces every time it crashed into something. Finally, only the cockpit module remained. It skidded to a halt in the vicinity of the I/O Tower toward which Flynn had been heading; the impact threw Flynn clear, and the cockpit shut down again, returning to its original powerless state.