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TUBA - The Underground Bakers' Association Hello and greetings from TUBA! Though originally created to oppose and fight the Dark Alley, we now stand as a beacon of light and safe, unspiked baked goods among the craziness of the Alleyverse. We prefer peace to war, and respect all other guilds. If you wish to join TUBA, please swear to never lie to this guild, to never reveal information of ours which is deemed secret, to never spike any baked item with any substance that should not be there, and to swear allegiance to this guild and its members, giving all due loyalty to its goals and rules. You will be sent a PM with a few questions, and once you answer them, you will be added to our main PM. Though you don't have to be an active roleplayer to join us, the general expectation is that if you are, at least one of your characters will be a TUBAist. You can join our Discord no matter who you are or what guild you're in: https://discord.gg/v55zre9. TUBAists: (Please note that this list includes only members who have been officially TUBA on the Shard, not everyone who hangs out in our Discord.) What the OP Used to Say, Now Outdated: We also have a discord: https://discord.gg/v55zre9
16 years after the War for Alleycity. Elkanah glanced up, looking at the sign. "DIDGERIDOO, the Delicious Inspired Distinct Great Eating Resturant, and Innovative Developers Of Orders." It was open. He glanced down at his partner, Rilu. The kid was doing good. He was close to his second Ideal. They had built this place from the ground up, and it was finally done. Satisfaction thrummed through Elkanah. "So, we're open then?" Rilu asked. "Yes, yes we are." Elkanah replied. The menu wasn't very big, only including a few staple items from each world, and of course, TUBA's signature Fortune Cookies. He would expand the menu, as customers and critics ordered unique things. Rilu was a suprisingly good cook. Elkanah was proud of the kid. He was a bit shy, but a good person when you got to know him. His chouta was the best Elkanah had ever tasted. Hopefully, this place would last longer than the bar, all those years ago.