Day 2 - A Main protagonist’s love interest(s), their bio(s).

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Emil & Roxanne

Emil is a piano player in the underground gin-joint below Tally’s flat, a busker, a small-time con and a bit of a revolutionary. Roxanne is a cop with Strong Opinions about prohibition and a penchant for JUSTICE. It is very hard being both a lady and a cop, especially when you’re trying to blend in with the populace in 1920’s New York.

Day 4 - A main antagonist, their bio

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Reuben & Serafine

They aren’t proper antagonists, they’re just people who’ve had hard lives and fuck up more often than not. Tally’s new employer, Reuben, fought in the war, and still suffers from the effects of mustard gas and the mortar shell that took his eye. His supposed aunt, Serafine, is a woman of few words. She rules over his household quietly, seldom seen or heard, but she is unmistakably in charge.

Day 3 - A main protagonist’s best friend(s), their bio(s).

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The owner & operator of the gin joint below Tally’s flat, Zenia is more than just Tally’s landlady, she’s her friend and the closest thing she has to a parent, when she needs her to be. She’s Tally’s confidant and mentor, and looks after Tally in more ways than she really knows. No matter what, she’s the one person Tally can always rely on. Her official story is that she’s a war widow who used her husband’s inheritance to set up a tidy little business to keep herself afloat. In fact, she herself is a veteran, having disguised herself as a man in order to enlist. Whether she was really married or not remains a mystery. Her bar, the Golden Bough, does a brisk trade. Despite its small, quiet clientele list, it’s surprisingly upscale. It could be extremely successful, given the high end patrons it attracts, but it remains small and unnoticed by the police.