- near Soldier’s Battlement
- very close to the Aarakocra Green Crossroads
- The inn is a small, O-shaped (with a central open courtyard) plaster and timber building,
with a black tile roof.
- The inn is widely known for the flirtatious barmaids.
- The place is dark and nearly empty. One group at the back are having a hushed conversation.
- Other services include:
- weapon sharpening
- a magically protected safe
- weapon sharpening
- Hirelings available:
- Color scheme:
Purple Mountain Majesty Dark Gray Alizarin Crimson
- Innkeeper: Blush Copperhole
- male half-elf, who is very dolorous and always unceremonious, and who seems very exasperated
- snow pea and molasses face bean kebabs; hogshead of sour cherry juice
- seasoned coney served with assorted cheeses; goblet of tea
- coney stuffed with mutton served with spiced duck eggs; hogshead of basi; plum cobbler
- Artificers inspired by a mad god, building slaves to do its bidding.
- A merchant has just been robbed of a massive gem by a trained dog.
- A cursed military fort that slowly makes the inhabitants insane.
- I heard about a group young girls knocking on people doors. They sing a nursery rhyme to anyone who opens up. Strange thing is these girl don’t even live in the town.
- Pixies arise as a result of disgusting unnatural acts hobbits perform with the trees surrounding their homes.
- Drinking ten mugs of the house ale at a local pub gives you the strength of a giant.
The following people are currently in the common room:
- tanned and deaf person
- copper-skinned orkhaz
- freckled poet
- A zealous and burly ascetic, who advertises a prejudice against solitude.
- three young people talk about whether or not dwarves float
- a tattooed gnoll and a clean battle-priestess whispering
- elegant middle-aged merchant of spell components
- pail holding 32 coins: gnomish coin made of gold, worth about 18sp; the face shows a wraith, the obverse has strange symbols; the lip is grooved like a poker chip
- small chest holding 4 yellow sapphires and 3 4mm fine frshwtr pearlses