The year is 2017. A new president has been inaugurated, and soon after a congressional bill acknowledges the existence of the supernatural. A number of supernatural beings, both mortal and immortal, are revealed. Some people are surprised by this revelation, and others less so. People find themselves struggling to adapt, and it leads to both internal and external conflicts. Acceptance of those from non-human descent varies by community, education, upbringing, and social class, but most certainly is not universal.
In Philadelphia, one of the most populated cities in the US, the mayor institutes a further law that discrimination against supernaturals is illegal, the first city to offer a law of this sort. Responses swing from ignoring the law entirely, to those who simply see it as proper to treat everyone the same. The trades some, especially fae, brought with them during their lengthy existence benefited the city economy and new businesses were able to develop and expand - though some found themselves vandalized too.
Supernaturals are being pulled out of the shadows. How will you react? [OPENS AUGUST 15]