The Hungry Halfling Inn


  • just outside, A bell tolls somewhere in the city, and everyone stops what they are doing and drops to their knees in prayer.


  • The inn is a two-storey, square adobe building,
    with charms and talismans hanging from the rafters.

  • The inn is widely known for the variety of its beers and ales.
  • The place feels friendly, but is filthy.
  • Other services include:
    • horse grooming
    • armor polishing
    • hair cutting
  • Hirelings available:
    • blacksmith
    • bearer/porter
  • Color scheme:
    Chartreuse Yellow Davy’s Gray Persian Red


Innkeeper: Amalie Johansen

male mountain dwar, who is somewhat unreliable and always callous, and who seems quite sleepy


  • casserole made of cannellini beans and potatos; hogshead of tea
  • charbroiled catfish and brown trout served with couscous; goblet of spiced cider; custard
  • smoked eel and brown trout served with soft wheat bread with fresh-churned butter; flagon of bitter
  • bone colored pudding with soft wheat bread and butter; flagon of grog


  • Humans think the most learned man of all is the man who commands 30 legions.
  • A hole in reality, withering hope and self-esteem of those near it.
  • A guild of messengers dabbling in smuggling, protective of their monopoly.
  • Someone is putting poison in the beer in both of two rival pubs.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • overweight, cheerful smuggler of terracotta
  • somewhat ugly, extremely hesitant man
  • A caustic and sparkling bellmaker, who hates the gods.
  • a few bounty hunters staring at each other
  • extremely scary person


  • Luxury: lace tablecloth (worth 720 gp)
  • Jewelry: plain pewter stud (worth 750 gp)

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