- in halfling-quarter, near the enormous mural of an elf
- the street outside is where some weavers work
- The inn is a large, T-shaped fieldstone building,
with exotic art work.
- The inn is well-known for the famous as the home of better.
- The place feels friendly, but is filthy.
- Other services include:
- armor polishing
- doctor, leech or bleeding
- Hirelings available:
- archer (shortbow)
- Color scheme:
Burgundy Dark Red Light Coral
- Innkeeper: Rhododendron
- male rakshasa, who is quite inane and never friendless, and who seems extremely victorious
- barley chowder served with oatmeal bread; mug of mead; candied black cherries with cane sugar
- blackened crayfish and bacon served with great northern beans; hogshead of brandy
- smoked game hen with horseradish sauce; horn of rose wine
- pickled rack of lamb seasoned with caraway; mug of bitter
- Specialty drink: World’s Finest
- Ogre magi have torn up a village in a violent rage.
- A city living of art and wine, ruled by artists and vintners, with demagogues preaching about the power of the common folk.
- Gravediggers have discovered a huge, ghoul-filled catacomb under the cemetery.
- A body has been pulled from the river, the name of an ancient and evil god carved into its forehead.
- Worms the size of a dog have burrowed through the ground destroying nearly all the crops.
The following people are currently in the common room:
- homely limner
- A lone detective appears to town folk as a dark stranger with purpose unknown, and is frequently seen in areas where a murder has just been committed.
- an old man begins telling a ghost story heâ€™s told a hundred times before, and everyone ignores him
- plain, quite provoked trainee
- belt pouch holding 22 coins: orcish coin made of brass, worth about 13sp; the face has strange symbols, the obverse shows a ghoul
- Art: black sapphire mosaic of Lord DyshÃ® the Unparalleled, Patron Saint of Noise