The Unicorn and Pegasus Inn

Location

  • between the Hert on Cave sanctuary and the menhir
  • the street outside is where botanists gather after leaving the school

Description

  • The inn is a large, U-shaped rammed earth building,
    with unusually high ceilings and several leaded glass windows.

  • Special accommodations consist of several dwarf rooms underground.
  • The inn is locally known for the generous size of its goblets.
  • The place feels friendly, but is filthy.
  • There is a fragrance of wood smoke
  • Other services include:
    • boot polishing
    • gear and clothing mending
  • Hirelings available:
    • mercenary
    • footman, light
  • Color scheme:
    Rose Taupe Taupe Gray Eggplant

Staff

Innkeeper: Shai Tzucker

female dragonborn, who is quite rash and rarely conservative, and who seems extremely victorious

Menu

  • rainbow trout and bacon pie; flagon of perry
  • baked partridge and water chestnut served with dark baguettes with melted cheese; hogshead of imperial golden ale
  • slightly burnt coyote with dumplings; mug of ginger beer
  • barley and black bean porridge served with greens; tankard of perry

Rumors

  • Female elves must bewitch men in order to get pregnant—all male elves are sterile.
  • A tower that grants great power to the one serving and living in it, but takes away all freedom.
  • A changeling finding out his true fey nature at puberty.
  • Obelisks stand in the mountains that hold the key to great power, but none who have sought these have returned.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • stocky, frantic trader of jewelry
  • It is little known that the wizened old mage was once a burly warrior, his strength drained by a magical mishap, now unable to lift a blade and questing to restore his former might.
  • a glamorous orc and a tanned hydromancer
  • a couple preachers shouting
  • guild officer

Valuables:

  • belt pouch holding 24 coins: coin made of copper, worth about 9sp; the face has a rune, the obverse shows a key
  • 31 silver coins, in neat stacks
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