Blonde brows rose in surprise at the crassness of the interaction. So far on Helix, she’d managed to avoid the rougher ends of the world. Her apartment was beneath an augmented blue sky with puffs Her days had mostly been flipping through reports, and auditing previous activities. Today was certainly her most exciting in the books. By Luka’s cool nature with handling the altercation, she supposed it was just another number to him. Daring to look back over her shoulder, the fellow who had been so abrasive was simply considering to saunter on his way, undisturbed by the unpleasantness of the interaction. Something to get used to, she supposed. It’s not like there wasn’t prejudice or angst on Earth, but here it was amplified; as if the hollowness of Belter bones made more room for frustration within their joints. Around them, crews were loading and unloading vessels. Hands waving ships in. With the constant rotation of Ceres, Loske was impressed at the calculations pilots were able to make to accurately settle their ships to the decimal in order to keep things undisturbed. She walked carefully, ensuring not to step in dribbles of oil or other random lubricants that spattered on the floor. Most of the workers that stalked around the ports had heavy boots, with grips etched into their soles, allowing them to stomp around without looking down at the ground. “This place is massive,” Loske murmured, looking around. She’d only been to the docks once, and that was when she’d arrived. A group of tourists, being ushered from their seats and straight through to security to validate identities and intentions. It was like an airport back home, but somehow more sinister and gloomy. The lights were on in the port control office, and a glimmer of hope pounded in the rookie’s chest. In her mind, they were going to walk in there, present the request to the official and they would corroborate the facts @Lukas Forgrave and her had discovered so far. From there, the pair would hunt down the bad guys and make an arrest and the Sol system would continue on in rotational peace.