The Three Serpents Meeting Hall

Description

  • The inn is a three-storey, H-shaped slate building,
    with unusually low ceilings.

  • Special accommodations consist of a handful of dwarf rooms underground.
  • The inn is widely known for the gambling den.
  • Gentle music fills the space.
  • Other services include:
    • a storyteller
    • a wake up knock
  • Hirelings available:
    • weaver
    • artisan
  • Color scheme:
    Cornflower Blue Jungle Green Palatinate Purple

Staff

Innkeeper: Proculus

male half-elf, who is quite pessimistic and usually depressing, and who seems a little grouchy

Hazmax

female wood elf, who is somewhat focused and never energetic, and who seems very sleepy

Menu

  • musk ox and crookneck squash porridge served with pita bread; hogshead of mulled syrah
  • marinated alligator tail with crusty barley bread and butter; cup of birch beer
  • Specialty drink: Dwarvish

Rumors

  • A druid needs help defending her grove against goblins.
  • Elves were only recently ‘uplifted’ by a meddlesome inter-dimensional imp, who gave them their beautiful cities and culture. Before that, they were primitive ulfs, graceless clods too stupid to even develop a language.
  • A lonely mountain pass is guarded by a powerful sphinx denying all passage.
  • An evil enchanter is terrorizing a small town nominally ruled by the city.
  • Host of angelic beings ruling over a city where all evil is punished, harshly.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • prior
  • dirty, very inquisitive mature centaur
  • stout and lame woman
  • A loser who’s lost it all was moments away from suicide, but that angel came down–and trading living on the streets for being a paladin was a heckuva deal.
  • A juvenile, bronze dragon who is convinced that he has contracted lycanthropy from a were-rabbit when he was younger, and whenever he is startled, scared, or anxious, he ‘polymorphs’ himself into a small, brown rabbit with glowing, red eyes and a habit of biting people, but he refuses to believe he is responsible for his own transformations, and is otherwise healthy.
  • a hobgoblin sullenly clutching their drink and staring off into space
  • stout peddler of cabbage

Valuables:

  • frostweave sack holding 38 coins: dryad coin made of jade, worth about 6sp; the face has a proverb: always power, the obverse shows a raccoon
  • 31 dilapidated brass elvish coins, in neat stacks
  • Luxury: polished flame box elder tub (worth 530 gp)
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