Hey I just met you, and this is crazy, but you're a wizard

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  1. Zoe stood on the side walk of the busy city, looking at an open manila folder. A cool autumn breeze rustled her short brown hair. She shifted slightly, turning her back to the wind. Her green eyes scanned over the information. There were only a few papers clipped inside. A photo of a young man was in the upper right corner with his name and mundane information typed in a stiff, professional font to the left. A few observations about his daily life were noted below. She stood in front of a shooting range which he was known to visit.

    "Daniel Asano." She whispered to herself. "Looks like you might not need a fire arm."

    The folder came from the Universal Council of Magic and Magic Users, an organization to keep supernatural happenings on the down low. Zoe didn't particularly like hunting down people who possessed the gift, but it was better than sitting at a desk all day, pushing their mundane papers. She sighed, thinking of the report she would have to file when she found Mr. Asano. The papers in her folder did not mention his personality or how the gift manifested. She hoped it went better than her last case which burned down an old building like a marshmallow in a campfire.
     
  2. Daniel flicked the safety catch on his gun to the safe position before placing it down on the desk in front of him. Glancing back up at the target he'd been shooting at, he removed his ear protectors and rested them on the desk as well. The range was rather quiet as most of the people had already left, and the ones still remaining were clearing up and preparing to leave. Daniel himself had just finished up another practice session and was also getting ready to leave and head back to his apartment.

    "Good enough shot grouping I suppose. Better than last time at least.", he mumbled to himself as he placed his firearm in its carrying case. His first few attempts at using a gun hadn't gone as well as he thought, something he was quick to accept when remembering that his only 'experience' with guns were through movies and video games. Since buying one for personal defence, he began visiting this shooting range a few times a week to get better at using it. His programming job often paid enough to cover the cost of the occasional practice session along with daily living expenses. Remembering that he had some work to finish up that night, he began to head out of the range.
     
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