Leo and Clio

A quaint but popular coffeeshop and bookstore on Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village. Although it appears to be little more than a run of the mill coffeehouse, it is a place that anyone with any supernatural sense will be able to single out as a place of great significance.

It is operated by two unusual characters, an elderly old Beatnik named Leo and his alluring and considerably younger barrista, Clio. As can be revealed by a cursory scanning with one’s supernatural senses, neither individual is human- with Leo being a re-embodied saint, and Clio being something altogether different and completely unrecognizable despite her humanoid appearance. Both beings are friendly and very knowledgeable, and seem to earnestly enjoy their life on Earth. They are careful not to disrupt the order of Manhattan, and as such are left alone by the Estate.

If you find yourself with nowhere to go for advice, Clio is always on duty. Meanwhile, it is rumored that Leo is himself a skilled magician, capable of exercising his craft with the utmost of precision. He is said to be able to capture the very essence of magic into a few careful captured characters and symbols.

Leo and Clio

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