The Silent Drum


  • on Templar Avenue


  • The inn is a small, U-shaped slate building,
    with exotic art work.

  • Special accommodations consist of several dwarf rooms underground.
  • The inn is well-known for the being usually quiet, many students and scholars can be found here.
  • The place is spotless and completely empty.
  • There is a fragrance of curry
  • one of the rooms hosts a cottar.
  • Other services include:
    • an errand boy
    • mapmaking
    • a musician
    • tack and saddle care
  • Hirelings available:
    • slinger
    • captain
  • Color scheme:
    Napier Green Pigment Blue Electric Purple


Innkeeper: Ramsina

female eldar, who is a little merciful and rarely ungrateful, and who seems a little startled


  • spicy sausage in a sauce of butternut squashes, white kidney beans, and arugulas; flagon of cider; pastries with maple syrup
  • white kidney bean and green and yellow peas kebabs; mug of spiced wine; sweetbread
  • mutton and grouse pastry; tankard of tea
  • simmered brown trout and lentils served with cranberry beans; tankard of milk; red grape cobbler


  • A woman who committed suicide after she was spurned by her lover.
  • A huge fugilite supposedly lies within an ancient ruined monastery.
  • A farm nearby hasn’t been heard from in days.
  • A person of virtue and compassion destined to be the next grim reaper, unwilling to accept the role.
  • The ruler of the city has just left port in his galley, for some piracy.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • Panic Attack Jack: tunic, sword, 2 in 6 chance of freak out in combat
  • margrave
  • dripping-wet aarakocra
  • clean, hostile warforged
  • attractive, fearless person
  • The stoic, holier-than-thou priest of Sol’s Spire still harbors a secret fetish for goblins.
  • Absorbed in the task of appraising the artworks and artifacts stacked and in bags she remained professional while presenting an image of youthful beauty.
  • a short guardian and a bearded gnoll
  • burly, silly man


  • 30 copper goblin coins, in piles

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