The Heart and Arrowhead


  • above the cistern
  • the street outside is where accoucheurs offer their services
  • just outside, The town guards sitting on a bench having a drink of water. One is skinny, the other is overweight.


  • The inn is a small, U-shaped slate building,
    with a yellow tile roof.

  • The inn is widely known for the secluded alcoves for discreet affairs.
  • Merry laughter and upbeat conversation fills the room.
  • Other services include:
    • an errand boy
    • armor polishing
  • Hirelings available:
    • tailor
    • mercenary
  • Color scheme:
    Medium Purple Deep Jungle Green Tan


Innkeeper: Lorelei Weber

male half-orc, who is somewhat trustworthy and always disobedient, and who seems very startled


  • grilled amberjack with unleavened bread; flagon of sake
  • stewed rabbit and boar served with black beans; tankard of milk; custard
  • boiled lamb and beef with honeyed mustard sauce; mug of white tea
  • boiled rainbow trout with cream sauce; flagon of porter
  • Specialty drink: Buster


  • Elves are lazy do-nothings, keeping dozens of specialized slaves; one’s entire purpose might be to turn a certain doorknob, while another would open the door; still another would remove a guest’s cloak, while a fourth hangs the cloak.
  • An eastern enchantress have discovered a new type of magic.
  • Two tribes of fearsome barbarians locked in continuous fighting and the shamans who want to destroy the other side, permanently.
  • A guild of messengers dabbling in smuggling, protective of their monopoly.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • Adhokk the unbidden advisor: spews forth continuous stream of dungeoneering tips and pointers, quits in a huff if told to stifle himself
  • prelate
  • unsightly and stuttering merchant of information
  • Barfight-loving monk, improvises his weapons, speaks only haikus.
  • an orkhaz
  • two patrons quietly share a rumor that this tavern’s stew made a dwarf sick to his stomach
  • fair marines


  • haversack holding 27 coins: dwarven coin made of palladium, worth about 8sp; the face has a proverb: power, the obverse shows a beholder; it appears to be ornamental
  • small silver cloth bag holding 3 blue sapphires

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