Ceres - Post Blockade @Tayleigh Ryven Well. It seemed that things were finally quieting down a little bit, or at least that's what it looked like. The Martians had ceased their blockade, at least somewhat. More than a dozen of their ships were still docked in the Berths of Ceres and their Marines were everywhere, but at least people were allowed to come and go now. The UN had capitulated somewhat, allowing the Martians a steady presence on Ceres so that they could look for 'OPA terrorists'. Eric wasn't entirely sure what that meant, but he did know that half of the station was still entirely on edge and the other half was under direct control of either Mars or Earth's proxy; Star Helix. It made for some high tensions. The ironic thing was that the Martians were actually helping in some areas, sending out engineers and the like to sure up some of the air filters and other older pieces of tech that were scattered around the station. Eric knew that because he'd watched a few of them work, though it was apparent that most weren't all that happy about it. He sighed slightly, shifting his pack as he leaned against the wall. He knew that he needed a way off this station, but right now he had no idea how to do it. The UN certainly wouldn't help him and the Belters would rather spit in his face, but maybe...maybe there was a nice little Martian somewhere that would buy his story.