The Silver Eel


  • at the corner of Magi Alley and Guardian Crossroads
  • the street outside is infested by packs of wild dogs, and worse


  • The inn is a two-storey, rectangular cloth and poles building,
    with a black tile roof.

  • The inn is widely known for the excellent music.
  • A small fire crackles in the hearth, but the chimney is clearly clogged, because the smoke has filled the room.
  • Other services include:
    • horse grooming
    • a musician
  • Hirelings available:
    • lieutenant
    • engineer-architect
  • Color scheme:
    Sienna Liver Olive


Innkeeper: Susudada

female dragonborn, who is quite condescending and always paternalistic, and who seems a little lucky


  • peppered frog served with green beans; goblet of lager
  • sheep stuffed with squab; mug of lager
  • casserole made of black turtle beans and southern peas; cup of coffee
  • roasted heron with soft barley bread; flagon of toddy
  • smoked crayfish served with soft sourdough bread with butter; mug of brandy


  • Chaos spirit who exchanges the valued possessions of people.
  • A large cave to the east has been destroyed by unknown forces.
  • A beast that is stalking those who venture into the woods.
  • Elves were only recently ‘uplifted’ by a meddlesome inter-dimensional imp, who gave them their beautiful cities and culture. Before that, they were primitive ulfs, graceless clods too stupid to even develop a language.
  • Demons have been taking the shape of men and hiding to escape hell.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • strong, determined aeromancer
  • A druid, both fair and attractive, who knows much about both the rich and about people of a higher class.
  • a dragoon and an unusual copyist
  • two music enthusiasts argue about who the best minstrel in the kingdom is
  • four patrons discuss which season of the year is best, and each has a different opinion
  • filthy and one-legged pyromancer


  • chiffon pouch holding 4 iolites and 3 white sapphires
  • 84 jade goblin coins, in piles

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