The Apple and Arrow


  • between the pond and the Druid Circle
  • the street outside is where many magicians of animation might be seen


  • The inn is a small, T-shaped rammed earth building,
    with charms and talismans hanging from the walls.

  • Special accommodations consist of several suites with fine furnishings.
  • The inn is widely known for the often raucous patrons.
  • The common room is well-lit with large wooden wagon-wheel chandeliers covered in candles.
  • Other services include:
    • shady items for sale
    • a magically protected safe
  • Hirelings available:
    • jeweler-gemcutter
    • Darx the fletcher: constantly making new & improved arrows out of found materials
    • slinger
    • archer (shortbow)
  • Color scheme:
    Royal Purple Dark Cerulean Mauve Taupe


Innkeeper: Daphne

male dwarf, who is a little barbaric and often impersonal, and who seems quite victorious


  • roasted goose served with eggplants; cup of hot petit sirah; red grape cobbler
  • overcooked swan with pancakes; horn of grog
  • casserole made of baby lima beans and okras; horn of water; candied red grapes with marzipan
  • spinach and great northern bean kebabs; tankard of port wine


  • Artificers inspired by a mad god, building slaves to do its bidding.
  • A mad arcanist has been found in the burned remains of her abode, her servants all killed by her hand.
  • Private Valerian of the 1st Defenders Militia


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • serf
  • A druid, both fair and attractive, who knows much about both the rich and about people of a higher class.
  • a dark-skinned philosopher and a scrawny enchantress
  • a spellcaster and a tall poet
  • a gruesome halfling and a crippled demon-summoner arguing
  • a group of napiers arguing
  • sallow merchant of mines


  • belt pouch holding 8 coins: elvish coin made of bronze, worth about 8sp; the face shows a poor lock, the obverse has a proverb: by control and truth
  • 45 modern bronze elvish coins, in a trunk
  • Art: watercolor painting depicting the Castle of Count Onoi

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