The Silver Eel

Location

  • in North Ahy Upon Cove
  • just outside, A lovely moon shines down on the city tonight, and it’s unusually mild and nice. People bring out benches and barbecues, and relish in a night that is as peaceful as it should be.

Description

  • The inn is a large, U-shaped hides building,
    with exotic art work.

  • The inn is widely known for the famous as the home of honey brown.
  • Gentle music fills the space.
  • Other services include:
    • horse grooming
    • a wake up knock
    • courier services
    • a masseuse
  • Hirelings available:
    • mason
    • artisan
  • Color scheme:
    Dark Cerulean Green-Yellow Payne’s Gray

Staff

Innkeeper: Jaime Santana

female forest gnome, who is extremely dogmatic and always romantic, and who seems somewhat lucky

Menu

  • garlicky ox and squab served with rye bread and butter; mug of hard cider; tangerine cobbler
  • sauteed wild mushrooms with candlenuts sauce & demi-glace; hogshead of ginger beer

Rumors

  • A pit filled with flame has appeared in the town square.
  • A killer is loose and stuffing bodies into chimneys.
  • The tomb of an old arcanist has been discovered.
  • Humans engage in a gross act likened to a “wet hug” in order to further their miserable species.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • “That Impaled Fellow”: prematurely applied healing potion left this humble soldier with completely healed wound around shamshir clean through abdomen
  • friar
  • A herculean bugbear with a distaste for authority becomes a local hero when he drives off the corrupt Baron’s tax collectors, protecting his adopted parents.
  • a human
  • an ugly jack of all trades
  • an elegant elf ordering food
  • pale, somewhat optimistic untrained

Valuables:

  • 26 brass coins, in piles
  • Magic Item: Creator: elven (well preserved, light, flexible where necessary, leaf and vine motifs) Nature: symbol of power
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