- in Smuggler’s Cave
- the street outside is the right place to go if you’re looking for a corsetier
- The inn is a small, H-shaped polished ivory building,
with unusually high ceilings.
- The inn is well-known for the abundance of herbalists usually in the common room.
- The common room is warmly glowing with oil-soaked torches lining the walls and pillars of the main floor.
- Other services include:
- a wake up knock
- boot polishing
- Hirelings available:
- footman, pikeman
- Color scheme:
Arsenic White Dark Cyan
- Innkeeper: Dagna Drivasdattir
- male elf, who is a little aspiring and occasionally obvious, and who seems extremely ambivalent
- baked shellfish served with fragrant cheese; tankard of water
- bacon-wrapped elk served with fresh rolls and butter; cup of toddy
- cabbage paquetes stuffed with rice and spinaches; tankard of nectarine juice; goji berry tarts
- Deckhand Takimoto Takeshi found a map behind a painting bought at an estate sale.
- Lonely kobold threatened by a pack of wolves.
- A mad invoker has been found in the burned remains of her abode, her servants all killed by her hand.
- There is a caster in the swamp to the south who brews potions of a legendary efficacy.
- Humans ruin their own lands, which is why they’re always out conquering.
The following people are currently in the common room:
- The vile and hated orc clan known for banditry and raids has the secondary effect of controlling the population of roving undead that would otherwise plague the area.
- The despondent, condemned man in prison for dozens of serial murders is actually a rare human born with innate TrueSight, living in a society heavily infiltrated by doppelgängers.
- a couple egglers snickering
- two farmers agree to have an ox race to determine who has better livestock
- a stout elf
- stout mature gamekeeper
- small cotton bag holding 13 coins: foreign coin made of polished stone, worth about 9sp; the face is completely blank, the obverse has a proverb: invulnerability