After one of the deadliest wars in history, during a pandemic, and on the brink of the beginning of Prohibition, a 90-foot diameter tank of molasses burst in downtown Boston. The tank had been making groaning noises and leaking molasses, but no action was taken to remedy the situation. New molasses had recently been added, warmed to make the transfer easier. This, however, did not account for the much colder molasses below it that would react by building pressure. In the flood of molasses, buildings, people, and even horses were swept up and destroyed. Now with human and non-human casualties, delegates must consider the current situation as they attempt to handle the aftermath and prevent future disasters.