Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler Jessica sighed as she lifted out the last of her bags from the taxi, the day was sunny and the air crisp while still being moderately warm but a quick glance at the trees that were slowly shifting colour showed that summer was pretty much over. She was wearing worn, stone washed jeans and sneakers, a girl cut grey and black top and a brown leather jacket, it felt a little odd actually as she hadn't dressed casually for quite some time. Flipping her dark hair over her shoulder Jess grabbed her bags and lifted her single box before walking inside the building, balancing briefly to get the door open. “Great,” she muttered under her breath as she noticed the only elevator available looked dangerously old and unreliable so despite her luggage Jess opted for the stairs, her new apartment was only on the second floor anyway. It was hardly an impressive building, it was clean and so far she knew was not supposed to house any addicts of any kind but it was obvious the house was old and had not been touched upon for a long time. Releasing all her bags she dug through her worn messenger bag for her new keys and after some gentle force got it to work and she could finally get inside. It was a small apartment, a tiny kitchen with a small space for a dining area to the right as she entered, a bathroom was behind the second door on her right and opposite that was a wardrobe and the last room was a living room with an slightly elevated area in one end. It was nothing like her last apartment but hopefully this wouldn't take too long to get done and during that time this would be sufficient. She had been lucky enough to find an apartment where some furniture was included so she wouldn't have to bother with getting a bed or table so she could concentrate on unpacking instead. During a few hours Jess cleaned, made her bed, emptied her suitcases and put away her clothes, placed a few personal trinkets on a bookcase with some books, she used to read a lot before but with her job she hadn't had much time, until now that is. Feeling relatively finished she placed her laptop on the table and poured a glass of water before opening a window to let in some fresh air, glad to see there was a sturdy looking fire escape outside that could function as a very small balcony. Turning serious again Jess headed to her bed and picked out a phone, a simple pre paid phone to be used in case of emergencies, placing it in a plastic bag as protection she took a chair and pried open a ventilation grid and placed it there. Well on the floor again she was satisfied that it would not be seen. Taking a seat by her computer in the small kitchen Jess started planning out what she needed to do, firstly she needed to buy some groceries an perhaps some plants and curtains to liven up the place a bit then she needed to get started on her actual job. She was admittedly nervous, many agents had been killed so far and now she was expected to survive long enough to be useful and preferably report back her findings. Sure, she could do that, hopefully, but how was she supposed to start? So little information was available, her superiors didn't even now how the person looked like, they only knew that the person must spend place in the area where Jess now lived seeing as many of the murders had been carried out there. Well that would have to wait until she was done with the more trivial things, empting her glass rose up and stuffed her laptop into her messenger bag, not daring to leave it in the apartment and took her keys before leaving.