With motorcycle Without HelmetCharacter Name:
Mitzi UnterbrinkCharacter Race:
Mitzi herself stands about 5’9” with waist length blonde hair and bright blue eyes that seem almost pale in the proper lighting. She tends towards biker leathers, cut to emphasize her form, as she views them as practical and functional garb for most of her life and what she does, though she has been known to wear gothic wardrobe for clubs and, on rare occasional, high society finery when her father would drag her to the opera and plays. Her skin is fairly pale from her chronic night life and wearing dark sunglasses whenever she’s out in the daylight. Her voice is smooth as silk, running between a low soprano and high mezzo-soprano, though her voice turns more smoky when her vampiric heritage starts to take over. As a living vampire, the virus had ample time to refine and perfect her body from conception until the present day. Her muscles do not stand out any more than the average model though they are significantly more developed than most humans. Her body, dressed appropriately, would not be out of place in a line of supermodels or actresses, a fact that she does not go to any lengths to hide. High, perky breasts of moderate size, slender waist curving to perfectly proportioned hips, clad tightly in black leather, she is flirted with constantly and flirts often with others at the club, indiscriminate of gender. She has taken lovers of both genders, though mostly of the living vampires in Munich.History:
Born in the suburbs of Munich during the chaos that reigned in the world during the years following the turn, Mitzi is the only living child of the Unterbrink clan of vampires. Her older sister, Liselotte Unterbrink, died before she bearing any offspring and remains with her parents back home.
The Unterbrink clan, currently presided over by her father as patriarch, Ulrich Unterbrink, currently head of the vampires in Munich. He sired her shortly before his own planned passing when she was 2. Her mother, Schwanhild Unterbrink, passed only two years ago by her own intent, to preserve herself with a more youthful appearance.
The Unterbrink tradition has been that the living generation is trained as brewmasters who either remain with their parent’s brewery and continue their tradition or move on to start their own breweries. A large number of the breweries around the Munich area can quietly trace their origins to one of the Unterbrink clan, though many have severed ties many years ago.
Mitzi started training from a very early age in her father’s brewery. He had taken it from a rather small brewery on the edge of the city to a large, nationally recognized brand, particularly after the Turn. When vampires became recognized by the state, he came forward and announced that their beer would stay the way it always had been and cashed in on the ties between vampires and Transylvania.
As she grew older she started going to parties and clubs, falling in love with the gothic and industrial scenes. All night clubs, discotheques, dancing and lights. It was during this time she got her first motorcycle and raced up and down the autobahn at speeds most mortals would seldom think of, though the small living vampire contingent could be found on the streets at the same time.
At her 21st birthday, she asked her parents leave and support for her to move to the US. She had done research on the areas in the country and decided to move to St. Louis due to the longstanding brewery industry there. She had located a brewery that had stood derelict since the turn, standing on the Hollows side of the river as it were. She had already tendered a tentative offer for the property and sought her parents backing in opening an extension of the family breweries stateside. Her parents debated at length and finally agreed to financial backing of her little endeavor, sufficient to cover the purchase and renovations she had in mind.Twice Bit Brewery, pub and club
Twice Bit Brewery, pub and club – Built in the structure of an old brewery from before the turn. Long forgotten now, the signs have rusted to the point that most don’t even remember what it was before it was bought up and rebuilt.
The building has two ‘faces’, one towards the parking lot that is towards the main road, the other towards the river. The parking lot is split into an area for employees behind a gate with a bored looking guard, and a customer area, near to the club section. Semis pass along one side of the lot to reach the rear loading docks for shipments of supplies and the finished products.
The facility is divided into four main areas on the surface, each built around a commons area/garden in the center. The front quadrant contains mostly the offices, paperwork and dull, day to day management of the plant. Mitzi is seldom found in this part, save the occasions that she is needed. Her secretary takes care of many of her day to day tasks, freeing her up for more hands on management of the facility and club.
The south section of the complex is the club area, and runs up through the east facing quadrant to meet the front of the building. The entrance is watched over by a were bouncer during the daylight hours and a vampire by night. The club opens around 4:00 in the afternoon and runs until dawn most days, though there are ‘special members’ that are permitted in at all hours.
Inside the club, a bar runs most of the length of the inside wall, leaving a few niches for tables and a pair of large double doors that lead out to the courtyard. During the warmer months the doors are open at all night time hours. Behind the bar they feature mostly their own house drinks and a number of liquors and mixers as well as bartenders who would likely be able to make any drink guests would care to name. In the back wall there is a dumbwaiter that descends into the lower floors where a fully stocked kitchen and staff awaits, specializing in Germanic foods, though they also have a large amount of Italian and French cuisine. The club itself is festooned in a modern industrial style, much of the old brewery equipment being modified and nickel plated to give it the proper feel. Old tanks form the walls of booths around the main dance space.
The club, of course is tied into the cave system, featuring gothic stairwells as well as an appropriately decorated elevator that descends into the earth, continuing the theme into the caves, sprawling beneath the complex. Most are uncertain how extensive they are or how far they wander, but it is known that the caves even stop the echo of music from the club after a ways. There are also a number of rooms added in the deeper caves for dead vampires that wish a quiet place to stay during the day. The lower dance club is quieter, in general, playing different music than upstairs, and with a darker, gothic feel.
The club reaches to the rear of the complex on the western side, opening up to a deck that runs out over the water, holding at the level of the club, with speakers and lights synched with the interior. One side of the deck has a gate and post that allow temporary mooring of a boat and for people to get off, though it is not intended as a long term docking structure.
The west and north sides of the complex are all brewery space, where the beers, ales and lagers are made. A completely modernized brewery with all new equipment all the way around, it doesn’t take up nearly all the space she has available, as she is currently working on getting further licensing to permit commercial distilling.
The interior, between the quadrants of the building is set up as a traditional beer garden, with a pond running along the east and west sides, and an entrance to the caves in the center. The cave leads around into the dance space below after spiraling around twice. Much of it was artificially done, but artistically done to appear mostly natural.
The land includes the derelict factories to either side, giving Mitzi a strip of land ¼ mile wide from the river to the road, about ½ mile long. She hasn’t done anything with them as of yet, though she has plans to expand the plant as business picks up.
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