- in Covelly
- in the temple ward, near the Genesius church
- just beyond the fighting pit
- The inn is a three-storey, T-shaped cloth and poles building,
with unusually high ceilings.
- The inn is widely known for the talented bards.
- The place is spotless and completely empty.
- There is a bouquet of wood smoke
- Other services include:
- a surgeon
- a hot bath
- boot polishing
- Hirelings available:
- Color scheme:
Burnt Umber ECE Amber Violet
- Innkeeper: Huarca
- female human, who is quite curious and sometimes aimless, and who seems very lucky
- stewed woodcock and oysters with boiled papaya; mug of wine; cake
- seasoned black-eyed peas with charred sour cherry; mug of cane rum
- smoked plantains with boiled pomelo; horn of bitter; sweetbread
- seasoned ox with cabbage; cup of brandywine
- An arbiter of the dead and a murderer making an appeal for someone she killed.
- Elves are lazy do-nothings, keeping dozens of specialized slaves; oneâ€™s entire purpose might be to turn a certain doorknob, while another would open the door; still another would remove a guestâ€™s cloak, while a fourth hangs the cloak.
- A hero exiled by her people, driven by the will to die on the peak of her lofty mountain home.
- The next village over has been enjoying 36-hour days
- Mo got hit by lightning last year. Tragic indeed. Now he slurs his speech and speaks in third person. He claims that he is Mo the Lighting God. His mom says all he needs is to get hit by lightning again to reverse his condition.
The following people are currently in the common room:
- Thuy the Crafty: threadbare toga, boasts of melee skills but requires armament(s), runs off immediately with whatever he is given
- extremely fancy and diseased trader of blankets
- fancy and blind mountain dwar
- pretty clergyman
- Drug-addicted priest of an illithid worshipping snake cult
- a group of wood elfs whispering
- a bald dwarf comforting a small child
- a group of half-orcs talking to the inn keeper
- merchant of armlets
- small chest holding 33 coins: coin made of bronze, worth about 20sp; the face has a proverb: ever wind, the obverse shows a dryad
- small broadcloth bag holding 4 white sapphires
- Luxury: pewter kokoshnik (worth 690 gp)
- Jewelry: platinum choker decorated with fretwork of copper (worth 480 gp)