Very illogical, PB.
Everyone who’s already played the diamond scene in the latest chapter of The Royal Romance, will remember this moment:
Apparently the legal drinking age in Cordonia is 21. But that seems a little bit weird since Cordonia is (most likely - see RoE) located in Europe. And while every country in Europe can decide their legal drinking age; a quick search on the internet confirmed; the legal drinking age in European countries lies between 16 and 20 (whereby in most cases the legal drinking age for beer and wine is 16 or 18 and the legal drinking age for (hard) liquors is 18 or 20 - and 20 only in Iceland, Sweden and Norway).
That’s why it seems a little bit weird to me, that cordonia is the only european country where the legal drinking age is the same as in the U.S. Not completely impossible, but it is a bit illogical.
So why is that so? Didn’t the PB team do their homework on that? Or did they think, “Well, American teens play this, so we should remind them that the legal age is 21, the state of facts is absolut irrelevant.”