A loud revving could be heard along the long grassy plains near the city of Mardos as a mechanical bike sped down the brown dirt road leading to the village. The rider whose goggles hid his eyes from view and his hat fluttered in the wind grinned as he noticed the building in sight and giving the handle a twist increased his speed as he drew closer to the outskirts of the village. Once he got close enough the young man slowed down and stepped off his bike and pulled his goggles up to meet the gaze of two guards holding spears who gave him a firm nod. Returning the gesture he pushed his bike over to the side of the road and switching it off knelt down and pulled out a square rectangular piece before dropping it in the bag he kept on his back. "Can't ride without an engine right guys," the young man said as he walked past the two. "Keep an eye on it for me just in case." The stranger known as Soru to his affiliates walked through the village heading towards a large building his boots echoing on the cobblestone street as he approached a building made of red brick. A huge rectangular wooden sign was on the top of it with the Handler's sign, which was a crescent moon with an arrow through it, something he still didn't understand even after years of service. Walking inside he was reminded again this was a Relic city, candelabra's decorated the room and metal chandeliers hung overhead providing light to the small guild which to him resembled a tavern, seeing half his fellow Handlers were drinking already only helped the illusion. The outside was no different though, metal streetlamps, a bit of metal mixed into the brick buildings and not a trace of anything magic. Generally if there was an excess of brick and metal it was a Relic village. Walking up to the counter Soru pulled out a piece of parchment before handing it to a man behind the desk, staring at it he flipped through a book next to him and marked something off it before nodding. He tossed a small brown pouch at Soru and he opened it looking at the silver coins inside before nodding at him and walking away leaving the guild. Mardos was one of the more underdeveloped villages in the area and it was small so there was a finite amount of things to do in it, but their size and location was useful, plenty of supplies came through here and they didn't lack when it came to funds. "May as well earn a bit extra and show her my wares," Soru said patting a bag on his waist which clinked upon being hit. "She lives in a cave around here well if she's not in town anyway," Soru said bringing a gloved hand to his chin. "I'll check the cave first then backtrack here if I need too." He checked the two small pouches on his side before putting the bag in his pocket making his way towards his potential customer.