Connected to the Clave by a well-maintained road and two mag-lev monorails (one above, one below ground), Freedock is the rowdy, lawless (well, less lawful) side of the Clave. Housing about 10,000 people, Freedock supplies the Clave with access to the Pacific Ocean. Home to sailors, scientists and their attendant professions, Freedock is a dichotomy of frontier and high technology. Without the science to maintain their crafts and defend them, the sailors would perish on the open sea, victim to weather and sea monsters. Without the sailors, the scientists would have no data and more importantly, no food, as the Clave depends heavily on its oceanic fishing industry. Both groups, however, tend to stereotype the other. Scientists are lazy and pampered and don’t know the value of a hard day’s work, while sailors are gruff, crude, and have no idea about the virtues of patience or education. The service industry around them caters to both, and says what’s needed to make those hard earned credits flow.