- Apr 10, 2012
Attire: Mechanic's vest
Location: The Comet bar
Tagging: Skylar Davies, Jack Farsee, Adaria Meer
Time: October 1, Early evening
Jakkon chuckled as Skylar gave him the go-ahead to see if he could do anything about the bar's speaker system "Well, alright sir. If you say so sir. And you know wherever you're headed next, I'll follow. This shouldn't take long, I'll be back in a jiffy." Jakkon then stood up from the chair and wandered towards the bar, looking for someone who looked like they might be in charge of the place, or at least running it for the moment. He eventually singled one such person out, who happened to be the bartender, and Jakkon walked up to him. "Uh...hello there, sir." Jakkon said as he approached.
The bartender, Jack Farsee, immediatly asked "What'll you have?" without skipping a beat or even looking at the approaching man as he served drinks to other patrons with practiced speed.
"Er, um, nothing actually." Jakkon said. "I, ah, couldn't help but notice your music system seems to have a gremlin or two in it. I'm pretty handy with electronics, would it be alright if I took a look at it, see if there's anything I can do? I'll just need someone to show me to the box."
Farsee actually turned his head to peer at the man who asked this question. He had a cybernetic eye and an ugly scar, and wore an obvious mechanic's outfit, with many pockets and loops with tools filling each and every one. "And why would you want to do that? Want to be paid, kid? If we were gonna pay someone, it'd be fixed by now."
"Oh, no, not at all!" Jakkon said quickly. "I just like to fix things, really. I don't need anything in return."
Farsee shrugged. He looked like a decent enough kid, and it's not like the sound system was near anything important or that much would be lost if he broke it any more than it was. Worst the kid could do is hack in some raunchy song, in which case he'd have an appointment with a bouncer. Jack waved over at Adaria. "Hey, Aya, come over here for a sec!" When she does so, Jack gestures to the mechanic-kid. "Show this kid to the soundbox. He says he wants to fix it."