The Singing Robin

Location

  • in Mun
  • above the Ninth Way

Description

  • The inn is a three-storey, square timber framed building,
    with a purple tile roof and a slate roof.

  • The inn is locally known for the always filthy rooms and beds.
  • The place is spotless and completely empty.
  • Other services include:
    • courier services
    • tack and saddle care
  • Hirelings available:
    • mercenary
    • Moogumbo the spear carrier: generous with hand-crafted juju bags of protection
    • teamster
    • architect
  • Color scheme:
    Pear Cordovan Deep Jungle Green

Staff

Innkeeper: Wolftooth

female mountain dwar, who is very frivolous and often unconvincing, and who seems quite vindicated

Menu

  • kidney bean and shallot chowder served with rice; mug of cider
  • casserole made of field peas and watercresses; flagon of cider
  • smoked mutton served with manicotti noodles; flagon of cider
  • wax beans-cheese patties with caper-yogurt sauce; cup of hard cider
  • cauliflower and navy bean kebabs; goblet of perry
  • Specialty drink: Tongue Trapper

Rumors

  • Rumors of a gnoll civil war have been filtering into town.
  • Two dozen of the City Guard have been executed for holding on to tax money.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • overweight hobgoblin
  • very crippled, exuberant man
  • stableman
  • burly, irritated ship’s chaplain
  • An ever preset silent watching child, who always whispers to the people the PCs talk to during a conversation.
  • a woman is worried that her son’s pet snake escaped
  • stout and injured pewterer

Valuables:

  • duffel holding 3 purple kunzites
  • Luxury: burlap quilt (worth 580 gp)
  • Magic Item: Ring of Magical Stone – brass decorated with gold apatite
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