The Moon and Man

Location

  • near Priest-King’s Gate
  • in kobold-quarter, near the goldsmith
  • the street outside is infested by packs of wild dogs, and worse

Description

  • The inn is a two-storey, T-shaped carved stone building,
    with exotic art work and several leaded glass windows.

  • Accommodations consist of a number of wooden cots in the cellar.
  • The inn is widely known for the large firepit in the center of the common room.
  • Other services include:
    • a musician
    • a masseuse
  • Color scheme:
    Chestnut Corn Arsenic

Staff

Innkeeper: Rose

female mountain dwarf, who is quite strong and always fulminating, and who seems somewhat exasperated

Menu

  • sanguine pudding with soft barley bread; horn of hot mulled cider; cheese and mulberry blintz
  • battered molasses face beans and chicken served with seasonal greens tossed with roasted walnuts and onions; hogshead of root beer
  • goat stuffed with ox served with chicken egg omelette; hogshead of hard cider; baked apples fragrant with cinnamon
  • spiced squab and capon with smoked fig; hogshead of ginger beer

Rumors

  • Skeletons, flame-born, originally forge-workers, now with a spark of intelligence and ambition.
  • Noble, drugged but in expensive clothes, vengeful towards any witness.
  • A monastery inhabited by monsters, claiming to have given up their bestial ways.
  • Terrible beast bursting through city streets on a day of great celebration.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • scrawny, furious peddler of sacks
  • painter
  • a freckled enchanter and a lanky hierophant
  • a lacemaker and a scary silvan
  • unsightly trader of precious metals

Chests contain:

  • Gold : 30 pieces
  • Silver: 55 pieces
  • Copper: 157 pieces
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