The game I was illustrating was called "Haven, the Free City" and it had simulated neighborhoods and areas which ranged from the nasty to the elegant upscale. One of the more gentrified places was the "Mystic Valley Inn," a place which catered to the rich and gossipy ladies of the town. They would meet for tea in the "Golden Ducat" lounge and share their tidbits of information. Many of these ladies were in positions of power though you would not know it by looking at them. It's my kind of place.
Black ink on illustration board, 8 1/2" x 3", July 1984 for "Gamelords."