The Spindle and Swage Tavern

Location

  • at the corner of Pherson Street and Mason’s Way
  • in temple ward, near the station
  • just outside, A lovely moon shines down on the city tonight, and it’s unusually mild and nice. People bring out benches and barbecues, and relish in a night that is as peaceful as it should be.

Description

  • The inn is a small, T-shaped logs building,
    with unusually low ceilings.

  • Special accommodations consist of a couple suites with fine furnishings and a hot bath.
  • The inn is locally known for the often filled with members of the alchemist guild.
  • It’s bitterly cold, though the patrons seem not to notice or care.
  • Other services include:
    • boot repair
    • boot polishing
  • Hirelings available:
    • tailor
    • Bad Shot Yot: Leather armor, short bow, full quiver, 2 in 6 chance of targeting party member in combat
    • jeweler-gemcutter
    • linkboy
  • Color scheme:
    Rust Dark Tan Viridian

Staff

Innkeeper: Cantilia Tertia

male hobbit, who is very confused and always monastic, and who seems very grouchy

Menu

  • smoked pinto beans and lizard served with frijol bola rojas; mug of strong coffee
  • boiled frog and olive served with fresh sourdough bread and butter; hogshead of water
  • boiled badger with blackened white grape; tankard of water

Rumors

  • A chill wind has begun causing the mirrors to rot.
  • An expensive tavern where the rich patrons watch the poor, paid with food, fight and brawl.
  • The Witch Queen has been defeated by a band of adventurers.
  • A band of adventures fled into a ruined fortress tower filled with treasure and monsters.
  • A gnome has been seen flying around the spell crafter tower using a pair of artificial wings.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • tall woman
  • sallow old seer
  • A forgetful singing shopkeeper with bad debts & forgotten-about deals.
  • a dwarf and a clean ship-handler
  • an old man found a strange article of men’s clothing under his young wife’s bed
  • a geomancer
  • somewhat distinctive, mad sawyer

Valuables:

  • pitcher holding 16 coins: gnomish coin made of ceramic, worth about 19sp; the face shows a chasme, the obverse shows a rose
  • 72 ancient platinum coins, in neat stacks
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