| Skills For Hire
San Juan Wreckers: Niyah works nights for a wrecker-and-repo company based about 30 miles out of Pokoh's Peak. Business is best on winter nights, cleaning up after wrecks and fishing unfortunates out of ditches if they're lucky, and off the side of the mountains if they're dead. It's a versatile assortment of equipment that a wrecker company has, good for far more than moving things. Maybe if you need to find something or someone, Niyah could be paid to do it.
Shooting Lessons: He's not Jerry Miculek, but he's close. If you want lessons, he's provided, and he'll provide 'em again, if you pay for the time and the bullets. And of course, mind-your-own-fucking-business guy like him probably offers more than just shooting lessons.
Moving Drugs: In his Texas-Mexico days, he would keep 'em in his teeth in saran wrap and -- Whoah-oho-ho-oah, you -- just ate the most acid I ever seen anybody eat in my life. I hope you're not busy for about a month.
Fighting: Skill is a use-it-or-lose-it. You want to practice sparring, let's do it. Getting your head slammed into the floor is way easier on the skull than the hood of a 'vic or a charger, so, if he's looking for a fight, then usually it's the kind you shake hands over at the end.
New York: The last time Niyah was seen in a major city, he was in New York. That was the 90s. He's got a history of flitting around and doesn't spend more than a couple years in any city.
Southwest Colorado: After New York, it was Montrose and Ridgway that the man lived around, mostly boondocking out on mesas and national forests and swinging in to tourist-trap Telluride for a night out. The world is just somehow smaller in San Juan county, and if you've been there before, you may've seen his unaging mug ten years ago.
Native: Listen, you can pay Niyah to kill people way cheaper than you can pay him to ever go back to his hometown, and fuck you if you ask him where that is. All he'll tell you is, if he ever gets homesick enough, he can just duct tape a blanket over the passenger window. But, when he does see a fellow Native, it doesn't really matter what tribe they're from, he wants to meet and know you. Unless you turn out to be Tonkawa. He's got a grudge straight out of the late-teen-hundreds that pretty much only survives notice because he's nowhere near people who would bring it up.