The Centaur’s Crown Inn

Location

  • at a crossroads
  • below the fighting pit

Description

  • The inn is a large, Z-shaped cloth and poles building,
    with a smooth stone floor.

  • Special accommodations consist of a number of halfling rooms on the ground floor.
  • The inn is well-known for the amazing selection of wines.
  • The interior of the building exudes warmth and comfort.
  • Other services include:
    • a hot bath
    • gear and clothing mending
    • an errand boy
  • Hirelings available:
    • mercenary
    • steward/castellan
    • artisan
  • Color scheme:
    Baby Blue Turquoise Fire Engine Red

Staff

Innkeeper: Xpu

male half-orc, who is very rank and usually protective, and who seems very comfortable

Menu

  • grilled clams with mixed greens tossed with red fennel; tankard of sake
  • hare chowder served with pigeon egg omelette; flagon of fresh black cherry juice
  • boar stuffed with beef; flagon of strawberry black stout
  • roasted pigeon and garlic served with rice; goblet of barley ale

Rumors

  • Someone is putting poison in the beer in both of two rival pubs.
  • A new playwright has set the stage on fire, literally.
  • Mighty sorcerer disdaining the traditional tools of the trade, defeating every challenger with merely a look.
  • The mists whisper secrets at midnight if you venture into them alone and naked.
  • A number of half-fish, half-humans have been seen around the river bank at dusk.
  • Two nights ago the moon turned pale blue for only a minute, but all those who were asleep at the time have remained in their slumber.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • scary and diseased adolescent vendor of mortar and pestles
  • The iron-fisted and over-taxing robber-baron still owns dozens of homeless shelters and orphanages.
  • Being a wererat gives the halfling exterminator an uncanny insight into his job.
  • an old man swears that his oak tree talks to him at night
  • gruesome, obedient novitiate

Valuables:

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