- in a slum district, near the Bard’s Amphitheater
- The inn is a three-storey, rectangular plaster and timber building,
with charms and talismans hanging from the rafters.
- The inn is locally known for the unusually spacious rooms.
- Merry laughter and upbeat conversation fills the room.
- Other services include:
- a musician
- a rogue who offers: unsavoury weapons
- a surgeon
- armor polishing
- Hirelings available:
- animal trainer
- archer (longbow)
- Color scheme:
Baby Blue Dim Gray Dark Red
- Innkeeper: Frideburga Ravenildasdottir
- indeterminate kender, who is a little magnificent and frequently lordly, and who seems somewhat sleepy
- roasted coney served with scrambled eggs; tankard of toddy
- seasoned venison with roasted kiwifruit; hogshead of perry
- pork pastry served with greens; mug of tea
- Specialty drink: Extra-Special
- A halfling hexologist has discovered a new powerful school of magic.
- A huge dire wolf, apparently immune to magic, is organizing the wolves in the wood.
- Thousands of spiders have been seen migrating to their summer webs.
- Bugbears are demanding a toll on a well-traveled bridge.
- Mungson Tricker, the great hobbit burglar who supposedly stole a dragonâ€™s hoard, actually just snuck into the kingâ€™s treasury the day of the great castle fire like a common looter.
- The ruler of the city has just left port in his galley, for some piracy.
- A band of Eisenbar paladins approach the inn and demand that the unworthy and unclean present themselves for purification.
The following people are currently in the common room:
- plain engineer-architect
- Half-Orc, half master villain to judge by the pencil moustache and the stretching silence that was perhaps a jocular laugh made inappropriate by the bastard sword masquerading as a rapier.
- a crippled centaur and a kobold arguing
- unusual allomancer
- knapsack holding 23 coins: old orcish coin made of brass, worth about 9sp; the face has a rune, the obverse is completely blank
- belt pouch holding 4 7mm round pearlses
- 55 brass coins, in neat stacks
- Art: small portrait of a boatwright (by a renowned artist)
- Jewelry: silver figurine (horsefly) with a single large barite (worth 720 gp)