The Double Bell

Location

  • on Ninth Lane
  • the street outside is strangely empty and silent

Description

  • The inn is a two-storey, H-shaped granite building,
    with exotic art work and a tiled mosaic floor.

  • Special accommodations consist of a number of bunkrooms.
  • The inn is widely known for the half-naked courtesans.
  • The place is dark and nearly empty. One group at the back are having a hushed conversation.
  • Other services include:
    • a musician
    • fortune telling
    • summon a mount
  • Hirelings available:
    • scout
    • clerk
  • Color scheme:
    Sea Green Crimson Asparagus

Staff

Innkeeper: Will Sandfoot

male silvan, who is quite stubborn and always pure, and who seems a little startled

Menu

  • breaded plantains and pork with greens tossed with mushrooms and beans; flagon of red wine
  • boiled frog with shredded greens; goblet of toddy; honey rolls
  • roasted rainbow trout with spinach; cup of fresh pear juice
  • caramelized green beans with garlic sauce; tankard of sherry
  • Specialty drink: Secret Serum

Rumors

  • No one has ever come back alive from Brutish Shrine of Corpse.
  • Ogre magi have torn up a village in a violent rage.
  • Infertile race that abducts females and raises them as their own, using males as slaves and brutes.
  • An alchemist has lost a shipment of supplies to hijackers. If she doesn’t get them back, she faces bankruptcy.
  • Mighty sorcerer disdaining the traditional tools of the trade, defeating every challenger with merely a look.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • dirty, bored deacon
  • stout peddler of food
  • Autistic blacksmith has an odd accent, but can identify anything and anyone from 50 yards by sense of smell alone.
  • a stout oynter
  • strange and injured hill dwarf

Valuables:

  • phylactary holding 3 padparadschal sapphires and 3 purple morganites
  • 54 bronze dwarven coins, scattered about
  • Jewelry: bone choker (worth 810 gp)
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