The holographic displays from his drone are overlaid with script lays in his eye displays. Lesser mortals would find the immense amount of data and information flying past visual dizzying and disorienting. Lack of data causes his mind to stagnate and rebel, but here with his minds appetite for information being satiated, he is at home.
The network is well designed and he is certain the security designers are proud of themselves. They should be, it is a serviceable system. This time, serviceable is not good enough. He flies through walls and countermeasures as if they were smoke, never stopping him, merely obscuring him from the data he seeks. And as he flies through, the smoke parts and he finds what he is looking for. A smirk crosses his lips and he initiates the file transfer...
In a world where data is one of the biggest commodities, where the grid is known and utilized by billions of people every second, the Hacker can be your best friend and the most dangerous character classes in the game.
Need to move through a building silently? The Hacker can help with that. Need to erase all memory of your existence, they can help with that, too. And, most importantly, if you need information for a job that exists in some obscure corner of the web, they are your person.
Hackers aren't just the geeks that existed in the 20th century. After a hundred years of information being interconnected, Hackers have created a new warrior tradition. They are the first line and the last line of defense in every conflict.