Riding in her shuttlecraft, Kloria noted the industrial city and how it was vastly different from most other places on Earth-land she had seen so far. Kloria had to take the shuttle off of auto pilot as she merged with the traffic of the city, figuring better to follow local vehicle rules to avoid issue. She was flying barely off the ground, often glancing at the onboard terrestrial map for guidance. When taking the job, she was informed she wouldn't be alone as she was to rendezvous with the other mage at the designated location, a tavern in the poorer districts.
She started to wonder on the state of this world. From the description of things, it sounded as thought the divide was brutal and the ruffians bad example reached the youth. Kloria knew all too well what happens when youth try to break out of their borders, and follow in bad leads. She shuddered the thought of letting them fall. "I couldn't save Ness from the dark, but at the very least I can make a small difference this time for these kids. This time, I won't fail."
Eventually She found herself out of heavy traffic as she pulled up and parked in a larger vehicle section, raising her shuttle up before she left through the hatch at the bottom and walked away, the shuttle automatically parked itself on the ground. She could smell the pollution in the air and the sickly feeling of the lack of nature in this city. She entered the large steel building, seemed that they built the bar into a large support beam supporting a monorail. Kloria wondered why people had to live in slums like these when she passed by better areas.
She didn't know who she was looking for, but she felt she should make herself obvious. She scanned the room, and couldn't sense or predict a threat she couldn't handle. She sat down at a bar stool, while put her left leg up onto the barstool exposing her Sabertooth mark on her thigh to the room. "Barkeep, beer please." The gruff elderly man nodded, and pulled out a bottle and opened it, before sliding it across the counter into Klorias hand. She took a sip, waiting for the other parties to join her.