- at a crossroads
- the street outside is lined with street vendors hawking bows and crossbows
- just outside, as you approach the square of Orgos, Lord of the Dance, a miraculous site greets you. There is a hole in the center of the square. It is about 50 yards across, and, though these lands are pleasant and warm, bitter winds howl forth from the void in a blizzard of snow and sleet. From below, varicolored lights shine forth, and a pulsing, pounding beat can be heard.
- The inn is a three-storey, Z-shaped woodwork building,
with dwarf-wrought iron furnishings.
- The inn is locally known for the variety of its beers and ales.
- The place is dark and nearly empty. One group at the back are having a hushed conversation.
- Other services include:
- a hot bath
- horse grooming
- Hirelings available:
- footman, light
- Color scheme:
Medium Violet-Red Vivid Burgundy Light Blue
- Innkeeper: Saphira Karsch
- female human, who is a little enraging and rarely aimless, and who seems a little sleepy
- boiled chicken served with mung peas; mug of vodka
- herbed turkey and hare sausage served with manicotti noodles; cup of grog
- tepid wombat tongue with frybread; horn of lager; peppermint scones
- An unrealistic druid joined an amused archelon ischyras.
- Cultists need to recover an artifact to summon a giant sleeping demon.
- A new tax starts today on all magicians. Many are trying to get themselves re-classified as astrologers or fortune tellers.
- The heads of the Assassin’s Guild meet every week in the back room of a local inn.
- Gargoyles are killing giant eagles in the mountains.
The following people are currently in the common room:
- overweight, quite lively nobleman
- scary guildsman
- strong, inadequate merchant of
- Brawny and charismatic dwarven cleric who gets nauseated at the sight of someone elseâ€™s blood and completely incapacitated at the sight of his own blood.
- a herb-seller and a druid staring at each other
- a spotless kobold and a drab gnome
- a couple boatwrights snickering
- handsome, distracted vendor of furnishings
- small corduroy bag holding 8 coins: gnomish coin made of pewter, worth about 13sp; the face is completely blank, the obverse has strange symbols