The Den by the Dunes

Location

  • at a crossroads
  • very close to the canal

Description

  • The inn is a small, rectangular basalt building,
    with several leaded glass windows.

  • The inn is well-known for the fine stables with experienced grooms.
  • In the middle of the bar is a narrow, deep pit that other patrons occasionally throw food and pour drink down.
  • There is a redolence of exotic spices
  • Other services include:
    • gear and clothing mending
    • stable
    • a hot bath
  • Hirelings available:
    • porter
    • scout
  • Color scheme:
    Goldenrod Pear Fandango

Staff

Innkeeper: Matthew Powell

male tiefling, who is somewhat smart and usually harsh, and who seems a little hungry

Menu

  • boar stuffed with shellfish; flagon of ice wine
  • smoked mustard greenses and rainbow trout served with beechnut muffins; hogshead of milk
  • antelope stuffed with eggplants; mug of water

Rumors

  • Strange sounds that have been coming from the nearby field at night, several herd animals have gone missing or found mutilated.
  • Last night the barmaid fainted and is having violent night terrors.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • strong merchant of fine wool
  • a little scrawny lord
  • very husky and mute sergeant
  • Drunken Damsel miles from home with mighty left hook cursed so that all she drinks turns to alcohol
  • a dark-haired glasspainter and a court artist
  • a couple belters
  • a few soldiers
  • rambler

Valuables:

  • small box holding 29 coins: foreign coin made of pewter, worth about 7sp; the face shows an unicorn, the obverse shows a bend
  • 48 ancient gold orcish coins, in a homespun sack
  • Art: brick-sized monolith made of porcelain (by an infamous artist)
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