The Chalice and Cloud

Location

  • in temple ward, near the Trouveur’s Coliseum
  • between the chancel of void and the bastion

Description

  • The inn is a three-storey, V-shaped logs building,
    with a tiled mosaic floor.

  • The inn is locally known for the where you can find the best roasted peas and oysters you’ll ever have.
  • Only a few guttering candles keep the darkness at bay.
  • Other services include:
    • courier services
    • a storyteller
  • Hirelings available:
    • scout
    • spy
  • Color scheme:
    Wisteria Mountbatten Pink Golden Brown

Staff

Innkeeper: Qiga

male tiefling, who is a little vivacious and rarely iconoclastic, and who seems a little comfortable

Menu

  • overcooked frog’s legs served with green peppers and cannellini beans; cup of dry rose wine; baked apples fragrant with cinnamon
  • breaded goose with stewed red grape; flagon of lager
  • pulled grouse served with tortellini noodles; horn of cider
  • baked oysters and bacon served with egg noodles; horn of blonde lager

Rumors

  • A lonely mountain pass is guarded by a powerful sphinx denying all passage.
  • The duke has been acting strangely.
  • A shaman knows a secret entrance into the Dreadful Stronghold of Creation.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • plain and fat viscount
  • scary adolescent lizard man
  • very fair-haired woman
  • fair, quite perplexed trader of pottery
  • Charming Ex-slaver forced to work the Dungeons with the party as punishment for his crimes
  • The evil and conniving ghost that is haunting the local inn is actually a murder victim of the aged elf that contracted the party to exorcise it.
  • a few orcs
  • pointer

Valuables:

  • small feathers bag holding 17 coins: coin made of bronze, worth about 8sp; the face is completely blank, the obverse shows a parrot
  • 41 silver coins, scattered about
  • Luxury: bolt of calfskin (worth 780 gp)
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