The Wight and Wyvern Haven


  • the street outside is where dock workers pass on the way to the crane


  • The inn is a single-storey, H-shaped cloth and poles building,
    with a tiled mosaic floor and a brown tile roof.

  • Accommodations consist of a handful of private rooms in a treehouse.
  • The inn is well-known for the particularly tasty grilled trout.
  • There is a fragrance of citrus
  • Other services include:
    • boot polishing
    • weapon sharpening
    • a ranger who offers: bow repair
    • courier services
  • Hirelings available:
    • bearer/porter
    • footman, heavy
  • Color scheme:
    Rose Taupe Buff Sapphire


Innkeeper: Eadgar

male dragonborn, who is a little studious and usually predatory, and who seems very ambivalent


  • grilled chicken and goose served with cauliflowers and leeks; cup of coffee; honey rolls
  • sunflower seed and red kidney bean stew served with cabbage tossed with honey and crumbled cheese; cup of cider
  • rabbit and field pea porridge served with acorn biscuits; tankard of fresh pumpkin juice
  • soybean and pumpkin kebabs; horn of spring water


  • A monastery inhabited by monsters, claiming to have given up their bestial ways.
  • An innocent but monstrous witch and the merchants who want her property.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • drab drow
  • Chatty fellow with an addiction to a local narcotic works as a mime.
  • a ship-handler
  • a couple orcs
  • a graceful shapeshifter and a goblin
  • an old man found a strange article of men’s clothing under his young wife’s bed
  • gruesome locksmith


  • small felt bag holding 31 coins: foreign coin made of electrum, worth about 9sp; the face has runes, the obverse shows a symbol
  • jute sack holding 3 purple morganites and 4 8mm round pearl
  • 54 proof electrum coins, scattered about

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