The Misty Beaver


  • in a slum district, near the Raconteur’s Pub
  • the street outside is near the viscount’s offices


  • The inn is a large, C-shaped plaster and timber building,
    with exotic art work.

  • The inn is widely known for the unusually spacious rooms.
  • Merry laughter and upbeat conversation fills the room.
  • Other services include:
    • weapon sharpening
    • gear and clothing mending
    • hair cutting
    • a hot bath
  • Hirelings available:
    • artillerist
    • mercenary
  • Color scheme:
    Lemon Persian Green Caribbean Green


Innkeeper: Lightslayer

male high elf, who is very sinister and sometimes logical, and who seems very lucky


  • roasted red kidney beans with assorted cheeses and acorns; goblet of milk
  • croquettes of amberjack with shallots and snow peas; hogshead of starfruit juice
  • marinated ox tenderloin served with brown gravy; horn of corn ale
  • stewed bean sprouts with grilled red grape; goblet of absinth


  • A blackguard is organizing monsters in an area.
  • An innocent but monstrous witch and the merchants who want her property.
  • An ancient metropolis, original inhabitants long gone, whose ageless guardians still enforce the draconian laws of their masters.
  • A master thief will be executed by being hurled out of a catapult at noon tomorrow unless he can prove his innocence.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • bald, confident ancient forest gnome
  • elegant and foul-smelling nobleman
  • overweight and fat scholar
  • Gnomish sorcerer would rather talk to the animals then deal with any pesky adventurers.
  • a lanky goblin
  • drab and injured warlock


  • canvas pouch holding 12 coins: outdated orcish coin made of electrum, worth about 13sp; the face shows a blowgun, the obverse shows a gnome hooked hammer [5]

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