The Dirty Dungeon Inn


  • near enormous obsidian bust of germoe liddicoat, patron of magic
  • near Slithering Alley
  • just beyond the harper’s lane
  • the street outside is where the court artists gather to perform and panhandle


  • The inn is a two-storey, C-shaped polished ivory building,
    with a slate roof.

  • Accommodations consist of a number of private rooms in a treehouse.
  • The inn is widely known for the strange noises coming from the attic.
  • Other services include:
    • weapon sharpening
  • Color scheme:
    Pale Brown Orange-Red Powder Blue


Innkeeper: Jishiku

male elf, who is somewhat childish and often moral, and who seems extremely victorious


  • carrots and chickpea pastry served with mixed greens tossed with goji berries and fish eggs; hogshead of lager; red grape cake
  • slightly burnt brown trout and hare with charred apricot; hogshead of milk
  • slow-roasted goose and venison served with black beans; flagon of milk; baked apples fragrant with cinnamon
  • beef and sheep sausage pie; flagon of milk; mango cobbler
  • smoked fishfly with crackers; tankard of lager


  • A flight of small drakes, unparalleled in the accuracy of their flaming breath, loyal to anyone who feeds them.
  • Chaos spirit who exchanges the valued possessions of people.
  • The gifts a necromancer gives to assassins, useful for getting rid of the bodies; where do they go?.
  • Mysterious barking comes from a haunted wood at night.
  • The Mountain King is possessed by an evil force.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • sleepy, lonely leather worker
  • boy
  • a group of constables arguing
  • elegant crossbowman

Chests contain:

  • Gold : 55 pieces
  • Silver: 70 pieces
  • Copper: 814 pieces

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