Instinctively, Aeia took a step back, narrowing her eyes at the taller man.
“Whatever I want,” She replied shortly. “I’m not inclined to go back to Rannoch any time soon. There’s nothing for me there but a plot of land and a lot of work and quite frankly, I don’t see the pleasure in any of that. I want to explore; to travel. And… I don’t have enough money to go to the Citadel yet.” She admitted. There it was; her lack of funds had led her to Omega, where she hoped she could fall in somewhere earning a few credits until she could get back out.
“But I’m going to get there.” Aeia said, her voice full of determination. “I’m going to get there and I’m going to see everything.”
Anthony watched her, head cocked to the side. Everything, huh?
“There’s a whole big galaxy out there, Clover.” He commented, a sly smirk on his face. “Sure, the Citadel’s a nice place to start, but..”
But the only difference she’d find from Omega and the Citadel was the security. In his opinion, at least. What he knew of the Citadel was strictly business. His kind, at least.
“You need money either way. And maybe I can help with that.”
Though she was wary, she was also in desperate need of money. She couldn’t strip or serve drinks because of her allergies, but there were things that she could do, and maybe he could help her find some He seemed like a knowledgeable enough guy.
“Really?” She asked, perking up again, her eyes going a little wider. “You’d help me? But you barely even know me. Keelah, that’s amazing.”