The Brass Seashell


  • near the docks


  • The inn is a large, C-shaped plaster and timber building,
    with a tiled mosaic floor.

  • Special accommodations consist of a number of small private rooms.
  • The inn is locally known for the brothel.
  • Everything in sight is moldy, tarnished, broken, or some combination of the three.
  • Other services include:
    • a storyteller
    • laundry
    • an errand boy
    • insect repellent
  • Hirelings available:
    • spy
    • smith
  • Color scheme:
    Lavender Pink Dark Salmon Dark Electric Blue


Innkeeper: Grass

female hill dwarf, who is a little adventurous and frequently glib, and who seems very exhausted


  • deep-fried yellow peppers and endives with spiced red grape; cup of winter brown stout
  • casserole made of broad beans and runner beans; flagon of sherry
  • glazed oysters and coney served with rice noodles; flagon of root beer


  • An annoying beggar has just been turned into a hummingbird.
  • A guild of messengers dabbling in smuggling, protective of their monopoly.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • Cosmopolitan Cruin: knows one language unknown to adventurers
  • a little filthy, reckless very young untrained
  • kender
  • a little gruesome and one-armed adolescent peddler of outfitters
  • very pretty high elf
  • A funny and colorful innkeeper, with a great dislike for urban areas.
  • The sass-talking barkeep who doesn’t touch alcohol outside church rituals.
  • a few minstrels
  • somewhat burly half-orc


  • hemp pouch holding 28 coins: dwarven coin made of platinum, worth about 13sp; the face is completely blank, the obverse shows a greatbow, composite
  • urn holding 3 7mm round pearlses and 2 red diamonds
  • Luxury: enameled wicker shotglass (worth 580 gp)
  • Magic Item: Tiara of Grasping Vine

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