Hello, everyone, I have a character who runs into teens that live together in the leader's house and steal for a living. The protagonist impulsively aids them in the robbery, and then realizes that the fulfillment he's looking for could be in joining them in their schemes. They reject him at first, simply because they don't trust him right away and because he would be another mouth to feed. What is something the protagonist could do to impress them and convince them that the protagonist is a necessary force in their lives? An idea I had was for the protagonist to, by himself, rob a house the gang had targeted before they could. I am just not sure, though.