The Purgatory Club is the most trendy of night clubs in the greater Washington D.C. area. It is a two level building with the first floor being a modern night club and bar. The music here is mainly hip hop, alternative, and techno, but there is a mingling of other types of music as well. The decor is mainly dark with lots of neon, strobes, and whatnot as you would expect at any standard nightclub, just a bit nicer and more expensive than most. The true points of interest in the Purgatory Club lie on the top floor. The top floor of the establishment from the outside looks like nothing more than a V.I.P. area. If you gain access, you will find that it is exactly that. The V.I.P. area is simply reserved for the supernatural crowd rather than standard musical artists and sports athletes. Somehow the owner of the club, a gentleman known only as The Broker, has constructed a stable, reliable barrier between the upper and lower club that disperses all manner of stored energy, specifically that of wizards thereby quite nearly cancelling the affects of inadverdent hexing. The second floor is decorated in lush splendor. The walls are all decorated in what can only be described as murals and base reliefs of varying purgatory’s and after lives from across the worlds cultures, including Greek, Hindu, Christian, Buddhist, and Celtic. The bar has 13 stools of varying heights, 13 tables of varying materials and design, and 13 columns carves with varying pictures of religious afterlives yet somehow it blends all these elements into one perfect structure, all of them adding to the room rather than distracting from it. The club itself is widely known for it’s house drink, “Elation”. The drink combines alchemy, bartending, and a bit of sorcery to produce a near narcotic high of endorphins in the imbiber. The entire club is considered Accorded Neutral Grounds and is proclaimed such by a bronze plaque that hangs next to the liquor liscence, building permit, and fire inspectors certificate.