The Pitchfork and Rake

Location

  • the street outside is where some churls pass with their produce
  • just outside, a bell tolls somewhere in the city, and everyone stops what they are doing and drops to their knees in prayer.

Description

  • The inn is a large, C-shaped fieldstone building,
    with a slate roof.

  • Accommodations consist of many hammocks in the common room.
  • The inn is widely known for the always filthy rooms and beds.
  • Other services include:
    • a musician
    • weapon sharpening
  • Hirelings available:
    • clerk
    • linkboy
    • captain
  • Color scheme:
    Peach Yellow Tangerine Yellow

Staff

Innkeeper: Tahima

male half-elf, who is somewhat diplomatic and sometimes reverential, and who seems very despondent

Menu

  • casserole made of tomatos and molasses face beans; horn of water
  • roasted broad beans and olives with white wine vinegar and castor seed oil; horn of grog
  • smoked reindeer liver with toast; hogshead of well water
  • baked shrimp and acorn squash served with macaroni noodles; horn of tea

Rumors

  • Host of angelic beings ruling over a city where all evil is punished, harshly.
  • A master thief will be executed by being hurled out of a catapult at noon tomorrow unless he can prove his innocence.
  • Every night the doors are barred and windows covered, for something goes bump in the night.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • pale, quite exuberant woman
  • Momimaxa is a cheerfully malevolent, though somewhat promiscuous necromancer with a love of floral-pattern shirts.
  • a magus and a weapon-trainer whispering
  • three patrons argue about why dragons hoard gold. the prevailing theory is that they burn everything else with fire, and gold is a relatively soft metal for sleeping
  • a couple kobolds whispering
  • quite filthy, very guilty person

Chests contain:

  • Gold : 76 pieces
  • Silver: 155 pieces
  • Copper: 827 pieces
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