The Silver Donkey

Location

  • at the corner of Soldier Parkway and Silversmith Way
  • in temple ward, near the flower garden
  • surrounded by the Ricki Peleg avenue
  • the street outside is where men of rank or privilege who require discretion look for ladies of the night

Description

  • The inn is a two-storey, I-shaped ebony building,
    with unusually low ceilings.

  • Accommodations consist of seven bunkrooms.
  • The inn is widely known for the secluded alcoves for discreet affairs.
  • Other services include:
    • a musician
    • courier services
  • There is a fragrance of citrus
  • Color scheme:
    Light Cornflower Blue Tawny Light Blue

Staff

Innkeeper: Abploto

male dragonborn, who is very keen and sometimes unrestrained, and who seems somewhat ambivalent

Menu

  • leek and chickpea kebabs; horn of fresh pomelo juice
  • smoked fish seasoned with star anise; mug of brandy
  • tenderized pheasant and partridge served with seasonal greens tossed with fish eggs; flagon of brandywine
  • casserole made of acorn squashes and crookneck squashes; tankard of mead

Rumors

  • Primitive heathens are throwing parties in the woods.
  • A young elven rebel seeking to change the world, opposing the wise elders.
  • Remember that statue you passed when you came into town. The one with those gemstone eyes. Well I hear they record your movement. The Mayor who is held up in his manor uses them to spy on the folks round here.
  • A famous foreign gladiator is appearing at the arena tonight.
  • The ruler of the city has just left port in his galley, for some piracy.
  • A number of half-fish, half-humans have been seen around the river bank at dusk.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • sallow woman eating
  • a wood elf drinking
  • a spotless tiefling
  • tall trader of clothing

Chests contain:

  • Gold : 95 pieces
  • Silver: 358 pieces
  • Copper: 311 pieces
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