Welcome to all fantasy writers of the wonderful age of legal drinking. We’ve finally surrendered and come to the community side, it turns out resistance really is futile, who knew? The only limitations here is no one under 21, or 18 where I’m from. Basically, if you can’t go to the store and buy alcohol then you’re too young. Otherwise, all are welcome(in creepy old woman voice), and we’re not really sticklers for that one rule either. It’s serve a minor day here at the don’t have a liquor-license saloon and budget haircuts, just bring your fake ID and be prepared for a serving of piping hot sarcasm.
Some of the newbies, has-beens, regulars, and altogether drunks: @RexEynon @YvonneFaurie @SWKata @Ickyrus @elaroadshow @masheena @EinatSegal @jilguera @rmcneary @gllaurich @JuliaLundstrm @Elohvey @WishingStar01 @stpolishook @Cameron-R-Lewis @ExiledWriter @WinterStars
Note: not sorry if I missed anyone
Addition, we’ve started compiling a mythological bar menu, suggestions are welcome.
Alcoholic or at least intoxicating:
Dragons: Fire-water, self-explanatory.
Cyclops: Googly-eye ogle-wine, not for the faint of cross-eyed.
Goblins: Sock-goblin beer sweaty for that extra zing.
Hobble-goblin beer for when you don’t want to be able to walk straight.
Vampire: Bloody idiot, served slightly chilled in the body of a heavy alcoholic.
Dryad: Sap-cocktails mixed with an organic fertilizer as the energy-drink base.
Hydra: Buckets-o-raki-shots, just buckets and buckets of Raki.
Kraken: “Barrels of fun” a drinking game where you never know if you’re going to get a barrel of rum or a barrel of hiding soggy pirate, either way it’s good. Just mix with your own ink and couple of drops of seawater. Sip slowly.
Satyr: White-Satyr, goat-milk and ambrosia(preferably freshly stolen form Zeus).
For colds: The nine-tailed green tea and vodka fox toddy, 100% fox free.
For the adventurous drinker: The ouroboros unmentionable, guaranteed to contains trace amount of cranberry juice, mixed with lemon and vinegar. May contain varying degrees of unmentionables, user experience can vary.
Non-alcoholic but not necessarily non-toxic.
Unicorn: Forgotten-forrest mist (Vape), nice and pretentious.
The bound and gagged fairy-blood special: Comes with one live fairy, one small bottle of pesticides, and one sterile syringe. Drink or snack as you see fit, but the house recommends tainting the fairy with the pesticide and using the syringe to extract the blood. Leaving a dried out fairy snack for after. Some claim this is the ultimate hangover cure.
Small bowls of lightly salted mortal souls.
The eternal pig roast buffet, when we say eat as much as you want we really mean is more than you want.
Soylent-green unicorn-jerky, stop asking where it comes form, you don’t want to know.
Harpy-wings served with spicy blood-sauce.