The Crown and Key


  • within the forum
  • the street outside is near watchmen offices


  • The inn is a large, U-shaped marble building,
    with a green tile roof.

  • Special accommodations consist of many cots in the stables.
  • The inn is well-known for the attentive staff.
  • A small fire crackles in the hearth, but the chimney is clearly clogged, because the smoke has filled the room.
  • Other services include:
    • a hot bath
    • a masseuse
  • Hirelings available:
    • sailors
    • horseman, light
  • Color scheme:
    Davy’s Gray Peach-Yellow Slate Gray


Innkeeper: Norbert Graner

male dwarf, who is very tidy and usually dishonest, and who seems very exasperated


  • stewed capon and green and yellow peas served with crusty seed bread; horn of grog; baked apples fragrant with cinnamon
  • pulled oysters seasoned with dill; cup of corn beer
  • rainbow trout pastry; horn of tea
  • Specialty drink: Mysterious Elixir of


  • Bugbears are demanding a toll on a well-traveled bridge.
  • A master thief will be executed by being hurled out of a catapult at noon tomorrow unless he can prove his innocence.
  • The river that flows through all the worlds and the souls of the dead it sweeps along.
  • A noblewoman who buys the masterpieces of little-known artists, presenting them as her own and arranging the deaths of those whose work she claims.
  • A young elven rebel seeking to change the world, opposing the wise elders.
  • The Mountain King is possessed by an evil force.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • unusual footman, heavy
  • handsome and stuttering wagoner
  • Highly Superstitious about local fae, the blacksmith only takes payment in silver for fear of being duped with “faerie gold”.
  • an elf
  • extremely fair, encouraging adolescent allomancer


  • small box holding 21 coins: coin made of platinum, worth about 9sp; the face shows a boar, the obverse has strange symbols; it’s inlaid with pewter
  • belt pouch holding 3 white zircons
  • 14 palladium elvish coins, scattered about

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