Will cursed a little to himself, late is never good, and the mark he knew on sight was not within sight. Then he smiled, the game was never easy, the thrill is most of the fun. Still, it would be nice every once in a while... He continued boarding and held onto his bag intent on seeing as much of the passenger sections of the ship as he could under the guise of looking for his room. He will also mark any VIP sections that he might not be able to get into (due to status) and any sections for the crew that a VIP would be headed - for example the helm/captain's areas. As he does this he mentally takes note of anyone who may be a VIP or well-to-do... just in case he needed to switch focus. He stretches as he walks, smiling, it's been a while, but he feels the invigoration that he almost forgot, of the beginnings of the chase - not even being sure of his prey, but it is a captive audience as they say.Solomoriah wrote:Will Thornton stepped out of the car. He was running late, and he knew it (as traffic that day was bloody awful) but he was relieved to see the great blades turning only slowly, and people still entering the hangar.
"Well, have a good trip, neighbor," said the mousy fellow whose car it was. Will regretted that he could not remember his name, but then he doubted it mattered as he would likely never see him again. They had only been neighbors for a year or so, after all. Will smiled... people were always willing to help if you only asked them just right.
He got his bag from the back seat, and waving in a friendly fashion at the driver, he said "Thanks for the ride, chum." Then he turned toward the great building and began walking briskly, hoping to see either Monday or Pennington boarding. He did not see Mr. Pennington, unfortunately, and he realized as he stood looking at the people climbing the boarding staircase that he had no idea what Reginald Monday even looked like. How would one identify an American millionaire, he wondered, as he showed his papers to the steward in the crisp white uniform at the foot of the boarding stair.
He'll say hello and shake hands with anyone who initiates. But Will's goal here is to get a lay of the land and the people as quickly as possible without drawing too much attention to himself - for now.