The Phoenix and Kraken


  • near banquet hall
  • surrounded by the tombs


  • The inn is a small, V-shaped timber and brick building,
    with several leaded glass windows and a smooth stone floor.

  • The inn is widely known for the talented performers.
  • Everything is lively and cheerful, but you get the feeling you should keep an eye on your coin-purse and your back in a corner.
  • There is a fragrance of bay leaf
  • Other services include:
    • a magically protected safe
    • a hot bath
  • Hirelings available:
    • clerk
    • animal tender
    • artillerist
  • Color scheme:
    Dogwood Rose Old Lavender Liver


Innkeeper: Alvi

male tiefling, who is very alert and occasionally monstrous, and who seems a little comfortable


  • roasted ox seasoned with parsley; hogshead of coffee
  • eel and garlic stew served with soft sourdough bread and butter; hogshead of watermelon juice; blackberry tarts
  • stewed frog’s legs and catfish with mixed greens tossed with potatoes; mug of cider; bread pudding with açai berry sauce
  • pickled bacon with mixed greens tossed with cucumbers; flagon of cider
  • Specialty drink: Highland


  • A shape-changed hound hero archon is gathering mentally controlled servitors.
  • A lonely mountain pass is guarded by a powerful sphinx denying all passage.
  • A band of mercenaries from the distant north, riding armoured bears and prone to wanton destruction, unless given a great treasure.
  • The duke has been acting strangely.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • child
  • trader of 20-bolt quivers
  • dragonborn
  • A vagabond, both carefree and colorful, who lives in dread of self defeat.
  • Rick, 16, seems attentive and wise beyond his years- that’s because he’s aging backwards and needs to find a cure before he’s too young.
  • a woman tries to teach a song to another woman, who is tone deaf
  • in the corner, diver and dragonborn play chess
  • a pair of wood elfs
  • strange and obese boy


  • small box holding 14 coins: gnomish coin made of silver, worth about 6sp; the face is completely blank, the obverse shows a chicken

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