The Three Skulls Festhall

Location

  • above the cathedral of Archelais

Description

  • The inn is a three-storey, C-shaped cloth and poles building,
    with charms and talismans hanging from the walls.

  • The inn is well-known for the shady patrons.
  • The place is spotless and completely empty.
  • Other services include:
    • a hot bath
    • a musician
    • boot polishing
  • Hirelings available:
    • mason
    • sage
    • artillerist
  • Color scheme:
    White Skobeloff Lawn Green

Staff

Innkeeper: Adalbjorg

male rommach, who is extremely overbearing and frequently strong, and who seems very sleepy

Menu

  • stewed ox seasoned with vanilla; horn of mango juice
  • frijole negro and mushroom kebabs; tankard of mead
  • beet and red eye bean kebabs; hogshead of kefir

Rumors

  • When you die, you get turned into a dragon!
  • There is fierce fighting in the high mountains.
  • A tribe of kobolds inhabit the Black Undercroft of Night.
  • Female dwarfs have beards that rival the males’.
  • Crawling Warren of Treachery was constructed in the time before the Pandemic.
  • Mountain guarded by an ancient dragon and the monastery on the top of the mountain.
  • A dilapidated keep has appeared mysteriously out of an ominous fog.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • somewhat handsome, irritated guard searching for rare incense
  • The sass-talking barkeep who doesn’t touch alcohol outside church rituals.
  • An ever preset silent watching child, who always whispers to the people the PCs talk to during a conversation.
  • a hurdle maker sharpening a blade
  • very drab and blind person

Valuables:

  • haversack holding 11 coins: wood elf coin made of polished stone, worth about 15sp; the face has strange symbols, the obverse is completely blank
  • haversack holding 3 purple morganites
  • Luxury: polar bear fur (worth 610 gp)
  • Jewelry: horn hair ornament emblazoned with runes of copper (worth 600 gp)
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