The Saskatoon FUA Branch is concealed under the illusion of a ten-storey, decrepit, brick building Near the river, underneath a decrepit building that once may have been a ten-storey office complex, the vehicle made a final stop. The building’s windows were all smashed or boarded up. The roof sagged, buckling under its own weight, about to collapse any day. A dark alley led the path to other, busier buildings that seemed unfazed by this unsightly place. Even the entrance, which once held a readable sign telling what it was, contained a condemned notice across it.
But, within, is a wonderous world of an undercover agency An open space was well supported inside, with large pillars built with metal beams and light grey resin flooring. Glass and silver elevators stretched all the way to the highest floors to her left. Their glass refracted the light brightly, giving the people within a shimmer of wonder. Above her, the center of the floors were separated, allowing a view of a skylight that reflected the moon’s blue glow… Off to the right, an office helped to support the floor above while also creating a small hallway for another area blocked from view by a wall.