The Gruesome Goblin Hostelry


  • just off of Daisy Street
  • in temple ward, near the confectionery


  • The inn is a large, V-shaped sandstone building,
    with dwarf-wrought iron tables and chairs.

  • Special accommodations consist of a couple bunkrooms.
  • The inn is widely known for the black market for dangerous animals in the basement.
  • Other services include:
    • a surgeon
    • a magically protected safe
  • Hirelings available:
    • armorer
    • limner
  • Color scheme:
    Bright Maroon Deep Cerise Turkish Rose


Innkeeper: Dywana Hannaford

female uruk, who is extremely cautious and rarely absentminded, and who seems a little grouchy


  • boiled kangaroo fang with pecan bread with beet sugar butter; horn of milk
  • stewed white pea beans with field greens tossed with fish eggs; tankard of tequila
  • smoked shellfish and boar with honeyed mustard sauce; goblet of tea
  • casserole made of pea beans and baby lima beans; cup of baiju
  • deep-fried squab served with rigatoni noodles; tankard of grog; carob scones
  • stewed endiveses served with cabbage tossed with potatoes and starfruits; mug of hard cider


  • Two tribes of fearsome barbarians locked in continuous fighting and the shamans who want to destroy the other side, permanently.
  • Hobbits love one sound above all others: that of others working.
  • Undead skinks have been attacking people in the underworld.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • a little short and diseased smuggler of {~furs (the nervous and scarred beggar who always sleeps in the middle of the marketplace, in broad daylight, because he knows that if he falls asleep at night the shadows will get him.
  • lord
  • A jealous and stout hedge knight, expert in the nobility.
  • one patron is deliberating with another about possibly running for political office
  • blonde middle-aged hobgoblin


  • haversack holding 22 coins: dwarven coin made of pewter, worth about 8sp; the face shows a crown, the obverse shows an eye; the lip is grooved like a poker chip
  • small box holding 2 rubies

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