There shouldn't have been a need to rush. No need to push his way through the early morning crowd. After all, the city system is the way of the future. The new world order designed to maximize world efficiency. However, in a world that values efficiency, it has no tolerance for those who bring nothing to the table. This is the point that had him running through the morning crowd. The last of his supplies were ready for his longest excursion outside the wall yet. A dangerous plan but at this point desperation was too high for him to consider the risk. He simply could not afford to fail. As he pushed his way through the shop's door, a familiar voice called him. "Simon, good to see you again. Your gear is all packed up in the bag you left us." He walked over grabbing the bag and dropping his cash on the counter. "I'm already late. The gate closes soon. Thanks for the quick work!" Was all he could shout as he bolted out the door, the store keep muttered good look as the man made his exit. A young man, far too young for his profession but some must choose a life of danger before they are old enough to truly know what is at stake.