The ride to Amy's Mountain was quiet. You stayed on Fries' bike with him. He's quiet, out of respect. He didn't know Jin, but he senses this was awful. As you know from your days with Juck, there are two kinds of gangers, the ones who are part of the gang and the ones you are tight with. Fries sees that everyone is tight here. In gang-world, that's a bigass circle of folks to care about. Pretty risky.
The roads as you get near Amy's Mountain are in good shape, much better than around the hold. You come up a small hill and on the right, you see a small old roadsign. Most bikers take road signs as trophies, or weapons. But this one is still here.
Amy's Mountain is a series of huge concrete buildings, webs of fences and razorwire, machine gun nests, and power. There are lights and working ovens and refrigerators and all kinds of pre-Fall wonders, Rothschild told you all about them.
You've seen Amy's Mountain glowing at night, that odd phosphorescent glow it has.
Wolf and all of you talked you war past the gate and were allowed as guests to Amy's place. In fact, she invited all of you to eat lunch with her, which according to the guy in fatigues at the gate, is unheard of. Wolf told the guard, his name is Ittich, that Jin was dead. He said he'd get Jin's brother to take the body, make sure his body was cared for. Ittich had some guys take Jin's body and Wolf and the others didn't fight them over it.
Fries is clueless about Amy's Mountain other than rumor. As you're sitting there on the bike, watching this odd procession as he turns the bike off to save fuel, you look around at the scant people watching with haunted eyes. No children. None."This place is spooky, Emmy."
Fries says quiet for you to hear, trying to stay respectful even still.