((RP with @LoveandHate91)) It had been only a year since she assembled her team, and it only took that year for her to cause so many problems. She never imagined such a small idea with a few other individuals could turn into something so massive, something so widely known. Well, maybe not as widely known in certain areas considering the world was a much bigger place than most even understood. The clear blue skies, beautiful green grass and rays of sunshine that lit up this particular day on the college campus was only such a small part of the mass universe this girl had come to know. Her mind wandered off again as it usually did but she managed to get back on task. She couldn't have looked anymore different than the other young adults walking around the campus, shifting from class to class on a Tuesday afternoon. Her emerald green eyes scanning her surroundings as her mid length dirty blonde hair picked up in the slight breeze. She moved her bangs out of her eyes since the wind was becoming a slight nuisance to her vision. Despite the bright sun beaming down on the young adult girl her skin was a beautiful pale color, not damaged by sun or sunburn. She wore pretty comfortable clothing, a simple pair of black sweatpants with cloud comfort tennis shoes as well as a dark blue tank top to go along with her dark blue backpack she carried with her. Her small frame and height of only 5'6 was extremely misleading to most. She looked no stronger than a sorority sister who could barely hold her own pillow during pillow fights. If only those around her knew the truth. There was one individual that knew enough about her to understand who and what she truly was, who better than a friend and colleague to walk beside her. He stood much taller than she was, standing at a height of 6'1. His overall demeanor and look though seemed very awkwardly tired and alert at the same time. A strange mixture to be but somehow he pulled it off very well. His dark blue eyes were tough to see behind his thin framed glasses, and only a small amount of his blonde hair could be seen underneath his typical college beanie that he wore on his head that covered his ears. He was extremely skinny for being so tall, at least that's what could be assumed underneath his large black sweatshirt and heavy jeans. He to looked like he never went outdoors, as could be shown in his pale looking skin. He kept his hands in his jacket pockets as his backpack fit comfortably over his shoulders. He didn't look down at the girl next to him as he spoke, but his words were directed to her. "So, heading to the library now? You sure you don't want to sit in another psychology lecture?" He questioned her in his accusing tone of voice. He sounded like an older brother scolding their younger sister. She rolled her eyes but didn't look at him. "Well forgive me for being interested in the layout of the campus." She muttered, getting a good laugh out of her partner in crime. When he finished his amusement from her answer she continued on, "yes, library. It's where their main database is held with all the account information for the financial aid and bursar building. Without that account information it's going to be much more difficult cracking into those safes." She explained, realizing he wasn't looking at her anymore. "You even listening to me?! This is important!" "Yeah yeah yeah, database, library, I heard ya." He replied, waving off her worry with a hand and slight smile. "Don't get yourself so worked up. You picked the right guy for the job." He reassured her. "Well prove it." She prompted him, showing she was done playing games with him. "Scout the building now so that we can figure out what database their using so that when we get back home you can hack into it. I don't want to waste too much time here." She explained. "We have too much to get done before tonight." "Yes ma'am." He responded lowly to his short but proven right so far boss of operations as they continued their steps to the library on campus.