When stepping up to the front porch of The Epidemic you’d be greeted by Breyad, a tall half orc man who stood with his arms crossed He wear heavy leather armor and is strapped with several very threatening looking weapons. High walls stretched around the club that stood alone in this district of town and this creature was obvious the one you would have to get past to enter the club. If you seemed harmless enough then he wouldn’t even give you a glance. You’d be allowed entry through the huge steal doors.
Once inside the doors you’d be greeted with a warm atmosphere like none other in the town. Soft colored lighting lit the main room of the club in purples and blues. To your right is a door, usually standing open. Behind a desk in the room sat a huge orc dressed oddly enough in a business suit. If you lingered there too long he’d look up and tell you to move on your way that there was nothing strange here for you to see. A girl would close the door and a giggle would be heard from behind the door. Then odder noises would come if you stayed longer. Sneyit, the orc owner of the club, obviously enjoyed his girls as much as you would.
The main room of the club was as modern as thing could come. Very plush furniture lined the walls of the room, each curved white leather couch having its own small table where drinks could be set while watching the festivities. Girls littered the club. Some exotic looking dancers wearing clothing that left little to the imagination. Some of this girls entertained the guest of the club with dances. The others merely sat and flirted with the patrons knowing a nice tip could come at the end of the conversation. The servers of the club were just as exotic as the dancers though they all looked uniform. Each wore a short black pleated skirt and a black halter top. Their hair was a range of colors, but all hung just shoulder length in the same style. They carried trays of drinks and food about and laughed at the customers occasional slaps on the ass, but their job was to serve and not to entertain.
Along the east wall of the club was a long bar with white leather bar stools. It stayed fully stocked with the most exotic liquors that the owner could get. The bartender, Chet, appeared to be a human man. He wore a simple black clothing and spoke to each customer when they ordered. He’d thank them for their patronage and accept with generosity any tips that he may receive for the spectacle he put on when pouring. Usually bottles were flipped about over his head or poured into the glasses behind his back. He was an entertaining show himself.
The back wall of the club was lined with white leather booths , each booth having a large painting above it with the embodiment of one of the beautiful dancers in different stages of undress. The large center of the room was vacant save the lights that shown down on the floor. In this place one of the dancers would be performing for spectators. Elaborate costumes were stripped to the floor and hot bodies shined with sweat as they moved about. Men and women alike would sit for hours on in to watch the girls. The floor was never vacant no matter what the hour was.
The west wall of the club held more booths and tables for patrons with a nice view of the center of the room, but off to the side was a doorway covered with a sheer black cloth. Depending on the time men and women could be seen entering and exiting the room in various moods, though it seemed they were always happier when exiting. There was no sign above the door, but the obvious observer would notice that the entertainers would escort their customers to and from the area with random increments of time lasting for each visit.
It was obvious in this place that all were welcome for you were as likely to see a human as you were an orc. Even the races that didn’t get along seemed to even be civil in this place. Maybe it was the atmosphere or maybe it was the fear that the half orc outside would make sure that you never came in again. Either way, it seemed a place that all could enjoy. Men and women entertainers fed the crowds energy and even though it was a busy place, it seemed laid back.
This is a place you could truly enjoy no matter who you were. This is where the beautiful people were and everyone wanted to be, where the mood spread like a happy disease flooding your body with energy and want.
This was Epidemic.