...oh, you mean those ancient texts
Organizations in The Web have always maintained strained relations since The Web was initially founded, but as of the early 90s, a tradition emerged surrounding libraries all over the world. These organizations may be divided in purpose but their goals are the same. Obtaining a library card is an essential part of joining The Web. Individuals often find themselves towering over dusty old books in their investigations, but this is no ordinary library card. The Alexandrian University issues library cards that allow access to private libraries across the world. These libraries hold books far more relevant to the work of those in The Web. These cards also allow access to restricted areas of public libraries. The majority of larger libraries in the world have these sections specifically for the use of those in The Web, courtesy of The Chiron Group. These cards are also a symbol of peace and neutrality, as violence in library is considered a grave offense, and can be punished by death without fear of consequence.