The Drunk Skunk

Location

  • just outside, A crowd of people are rushing down the street to catch a glimpse of something. Shopkeepers shutter their stalls

Description

  • The inn is a small, rectangular cloth and poles building,
    with dwarf-wrought iron tables and chairs.

  • The inn is locally known for the lack of security.
  • Gentle music fills the space.
  • Other services include:
    • hair cutting
    • the inn-keeper’s daughter is a courier
  • Hirelings available:
    • leather worker
    • Jurusan the Tremulous: leather cuirass, short sword, 3 in 6 chance of dropping his weapon each round in combat
    • horseman, archer
    • jeweler-gemcutter
  • Color scheme:
    Pale Spring Bud Chocolate Payne’s Gray

Staff

Innkeeper: Lhos-Buri-Ok

male centaur, who is quite solemn and sometimes familial, and who seems somewhat amused

Menu

  • pulled turkey and ox served with olives; hogshead of lager
  • casserole made of watercresses and black beans; cup of coffee; starfruit pie
  • trout and brown trout pastry; hogshead of milk
  • Specialty drink: Tongue Teaser

Rumors

  • An elite order of assassins, each member devoted to single mark, waiting for the sign to strike.
  • Regiment of forgotten soldiers from a war no longer waged, still guarding the passage as ordered, eager for news.
  • A dying messenger, those chasing her, and a message of great importance.
  • The next village over has been enjoying 36-hour days

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • spotless merchant of wands
  • When shy gnome Cassie lets her hair down from its trademark bun, look out- this rogue’s hairpin is actually a poisoned dagger.
  • a couple quartermasters whispering
  • distinctive, a little alienated adolescent boy

Valuables:

  • belt pouch holding 3 green tourmalines
  • Art: glazed ceremonial longsword (by an obscure craftsman)
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