It was a starry night in the Utopia of Alton. The night was perfect as the citizens went to sleep and the Protectors kept their city safe from harm. The electric fences buzzed down to recharge for the next day. Peace filled the air as everything settled down... All except for one boy, but he would tell his story later. Outside of the fences, a young girl was running away from an older and much stronger woman. "Stop! You little brat, give me back my shit!" Greasy and tangled brown hair flew behind the girl as she clutched the bag close to her chest. The fence soon started to come into sight. The woman stopped in her tracks and ran back, knowing her lesson on staying away from the fence. The girl was a bit more daring, getting right up to the fence and kneeling in the knee high grass. She panted as she looked down at her treasures. Food and some warmer clothes were stuffed in the worn bag. The girl gave a smile, closing the bag and keeping it close. The girl leaned against the fence, letting the wind cool the sweat rolling down her dirt covered body. The tanned skin girl closed her pink eyes, just enjoying a little peace for once. Her large old t-shirt blew slightly in the wind, ripped jeans keeping her legs from completely freezing in the cold nights. She tapped her feet covered by a worn pair of sneakers. After having her fill of resting, the young girl straightened her back. Crossing her legs, she opened her mind up to the city behind her. Thoughts started to filter in as the girl sat, completely still. The different citizens thought of all sorts of things. What was their job going to be like tomorrow? What was for breakfast? What will getting my match be like? All of it was unimportant stuff that made the girl feel repulsed and slightly amused. These people would sleep away the night without a care while the others they had damned suffered out in the remains. The girl often did things like this at night, when she could. It gave her a chance to strengthen her growing abilities, and make her feel like she was included with the rest of the world. She hadn't known that her life would change so much in just that single night.