Asa continued to look over the map. Out of the corner of his eye, he noticed the other girl leaving. That was fine with him. He didn't know the girl, and if anything happened to her, he'd probably not even recognize her name on the announcements. She had people to look for, and she could go for them. Just as long as they stayed out of his way, he'd be fine.
He focused back on the map. There had to be flammable materials around here somewhere. The restaurant area might have some cooking oil available. All he'd have to do is put a pot of that stuff on a stove, turn it on to high, then hurry away before it burned and ignited. That sounded pretty cool, especially if he made a trail of oil and let that catch fire as well. However, that would mean torching the one place guaranteed to have extra food, so perhaps he'd have to save that plan for if he was really out of options.
Dee then mentioned the salon. She was right: aerosol was highly flammable. Asa grinned. This girl was a damn genius.
"Aerosol cans sound like a great idea," he said, folding his map up and putting it in his pants pocket. "We can get some of those, then find things to torch."
Asa put his backpack back around both shoulders. He adjusted the poncho with one hand and held the axe in the other. He really hoped the poncho did exactly what he hoped it would.
"Well, let's not waste time. Let's raise hell."
Asa pushed the doors of the museum open and made his way into the blistering cold of the arena. The salon was just down the road from the museum, so it wouldn't take too long to get there. He had an honest-to-god plan and a partner who looked like she'd complement him well.
The producers wanted to see how he'd react in the game, and he was going to give them one hell of a show.
((CJ3 Asa Rosen and IS1 Dee Dixon continued in Honey Badger Don't Care!