This was it, today was the day you’d been told to show up at supplied address. It had been a surprising offer, to join a newly formed group to be heroes in Freedom City. You were going to get paid to be a superhero, with all the benefits you’d get with normal job: health care, dental, paid vacation, even a retirement fund. All you had to do was agree to move to Freedom City and everything else would be taken care of for you, anything you wanted or needed to be moved would be handled at no cost to you. Granted you were supposed to keep it simple overall, but your employer understood that you’d agreed to uproot yourself from everything and everyone you knew and move to a new city, plus keep it safe, so there of course would be items of a personal value that you would want to have with you.
But you were here now, only a month after taking the job offered and you were supposed to be at that address here shortly.
Once you arrive at the address you look at the building in surprise, it stands out visually with four giant “A” shaped windows that cover several floors at the top of the twenty story building. While underneath each of the giant windows are massive looking perched eagles, they look like they’re made of gold almost as they shine brightly in the mid-day sun. They’re a stark contrast to the steel and glass that the building is made of. You quickly pull out the small card you were given by the recruiter that lists the address of the building, the time to be there and the name of a company that was your destination: Pinpoint Security.
As you go through the front entrance you find that it is a huge lobby, people coming and going from a large bank of elevators behind a desk where two men sit. One glancing over the people as they go by the desk while the other is watching what you can only assume to be a small set of monitors. When you approach the desk the man on “monitor duty” steals a quick glance your way, then returns his eyes to his work as he speaks.The Anders Building wrote:
“Good afternoon, welcome to the Anders Building. How can I help you?”
Here we go folks! Describe your looks, anything that stands out about you when people see you, and what’s on your mind as you make your way (however you choose to get there) to the address (227 Charles Street, specifically. At the intersection of Charles Street and 52nd Avenue, in the North End of Freedom City just a few blocks north of Liberty Park) you were given when you were recruited.