The Tower and Crescent

Location

Description

  • The inn is a single-storey, L-shaped granite building,
    with exotic art work.

  • Special accommodations consist of a number of cots in the stables.
  • The inn is locally known for the excellent music.
  • Along one portion of the floor is a cavity in the paneling and in the middle of it a hot spring of bone-colored water bubbles.
  • Other services include:
    • a cleric who offers: prayers
    • an errand boy
    • a rogue who offers: poison
  • Hirelings available:
    • entertainer
    • linkboy
  • Color scheme:
    Turquoise Hot Pink Cordovan

Staff

Innkeeper: Elionor Fisnerola

male human, who is extremely lovable and occasionally disruptive, and who seems somewhat lucky

Menu

  • undercooked catfish with dried out pomegranate; mug of perry; chokecherry pie
  • charred gibbon heart with toast; horn of red grape juice

Rumors

  • A Famous Bard Seeks a Party to Start a War Between Lord of Northdel and Barren Archon of Peace.
  • Rumors of a halfling civil war have been filtering into town.
  • 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.
  • Sinkholes keep appearing around town, several people have disappeared down them and have not returned.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • grotesque, frantic vendor of books
  • dog trainer
  • a little grotesque, quite excited merchant of pottery
  • freckled smuggler of rose quartz
  • A man, a plan, a canal: water elemental.
  • an orkhaz and a waller staring at each other
  • dripping-wet and obese major

Valuables:

  • bag holding 9 coins: coin made of ceramic, worth about 19sp; the face is completely blank, the obverse shows an elemental
  • small box holding 2 white diamonds
  • Luxury: cotton pillow (worth 620 gp)
  • Jewelry: bronze armband (worth 480 gp)
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