- in Plillirrk
- the street outside is controlled by The Limb Ravager Alligators, a guild-run gang of petty thieves
- The inn is a three-storey, square carved stone building,
with exotic art work.
- The inn is well-known for the local gossip.
- The place is dark and nearly empty. One group at the back are having a hushed conversation.
- the inn is rumored to sell forbidden objects.
- Other services include:
- a magically protected safe
- a masseuse
- a surgeon
- Hirelings available:
- Color scheme:
Kelly Green Forest Green Crimson
- Innkeeper: Doolp
- male mountain dwar, who is a little sharing and rarely puritanical, and who seems somewhat sleepy
- casserole made of beetroots and hot peppers; cup of mead
- pastry-wrapped trout served with eggplants; goblet of baiju
- seasoned brown trout and boar seasoned with red pepper; goblet of dark coffee
- Gravediggers have discovered a huge, ghoul-filled catacomb under the cemetery.
- A wandering giant fire worm
- A marketplace that appears at night, disappears upon dawn, and where every purchase has an unusual price.
- Rumors of a hobgoblin civil war have been filtering into town.
- Secret underground harem and two warriors, blades glistening, in there.
- Town known for its hunting dogs is approached by the lord of canines, displeased with the misplaced devotion of the townsfolk.
The following people are currently in the common room:
- trader of clothing
- The highly intelligent and masterful arcane researcher relies on his butlers and assistants, as he is still incapable of preparing his own meals or putting together an outfit that doesn’t make him look like a complete fool.
- a pair of warlords
- salter talks about the time they saw the king’s palace – and how grand it was
- a nakerer and a stocky silvan discussing wheed, the observance of last full moon of summer
- an ugly woman is giving romantic advice to the scullery boy; she suggests that he use licorice root to sweeten his breath
- graceful, lonely chevalier
- small sackcloth bag holding 29 coins: gnomish coin made of bronze, worth about 5sp; the face has a proverb: heart, the obverse shows a spiked armor
- haversack holding 2 green sapphires
- 85 platinum coins, in neat stacks
- Luxury: expensive incense (worth 460 gp)
- Art: leaf-sized tetrahedron made of aragonite ringed with pewter