The Scratching Goblin Guest House


  • at a crossroads
  • below the deanery
  • the street outside is where many woolcombers sometimes pass with their produce


  • The inn is a large, V-shaped granite building,
    with a smooth stone floor.

  • The inn is locally known for the amazing selection of wines.
  • The whole place feels vaguely threatening.
  • Other services include:
    • armor polishing
    • gear and clothing mending
  • Hirelings available:
    • Moogumbo the spear carrier: generous with hand-crafted juju bags of protection
    • scribe
  • Color scheme:
    Davy’s Gray Metallic Gold Lemon Chiffon


Innkeeper: Kentigern

male rakshasa, who is quite scheming and often zealous, and who seems extremely sleepy


  • roasted beaver with buttermilk biscuits; tankard of ginger beer
  • garlicky lamb and chili bean served with pumpkins; horn of coffee
  • marinated chili beans served with pancakes; goblet of white grape juice; liquorice scones


  • A fire elemental has escaped from a sorcerer lab.
  • Lich vex a large library, especially an old storeroom long left undisturbed.
  • Malard is a charlatan who uses cheap magic powders to impress his feeble-minded human followers.
  • Members of a new gang have blocked a street and demand a toll from all who pass.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • tall ancient halfling
  • Rick, 16, seems attentive and wise beyond his years- that’s because he’s aging backwards and needs to find a cure before he’s too young.
  • a dripping-wet conjurer and an aarakocra
  • an orc
  • a linenspinner and an elf
  • tattooed satyr


  • barrel holding 25 coins: freshly-minted orcish coin made of electrum, worth about 16sp; the face has runes, the obverse shows a scorpion
  • belt pouch holding 3 red diamonds and 3 pink kunzites

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