|ᴅᴀʀᴋ sᴡᴀɴ (theurgy) wrote in somerealityweb,|
@ 2020-01-02 21:21:00
|Entry tags:||!net: convo min, active: claire danvers, active: emma swan, active: lila barton|
» emma | 3
For those of you not familiar with this version of the 1920s, some information.
Yes, alcohol is illegal, this is the decade they passed the prohibition laws that lasted until the early 30s. As a result, illegal distribution boomed. As you may be able to guess, those who partook in that distribution weren't always the most savour of people. Mobsters really made a killing on it. Literally and figuratively.
So, to avoid any of you entering the wrong speakeasies or getting into some trouble with poorly or improperly mixed alcohol, I do have locations of the more reliable ones and the current codes to enter -they are called speakeasies for a reason. I don't require anything in return, other than perhaps a favour in the future, but it's better no one ends up with alcohol poisoning while we're here. Just tell me you're prepared to meet those terms and I'll send you a map and list of the passwords.
I doubt the hospitals are all that reliable if you aren't taken back to one of our doctor types.
For you, there's no request. Although I dare say you can smell poorly made alcohol the second a cork is out of it.