The Pink Petal Parlour

Location

  • by the plum orchard
  • on Hexologist Way
  • in elf-quarter, near the Jongleur’s Coliseum
  • the street outside is where many marlers sometimes pass with their produce

Description

  • The inn is a two-storey, I-shaped stone-walled building,
    with several leaded glass windows.

  • Special accommodations consist of five average private rooms.
  • The inn is locally known for the comfortable beds.
  • Everything in sight is moldy, tarnished, broken, or some combination of the three.
  • There is a bouquet of sorghum
  • Other services include:
    • a ranger who offers: natural healing
    • courier services
  • Hirelings available:
    • spy
    • limner
  • Color scheme:
    Amaranth Pink Pigment Blue Carnation Pink

Staff

Innkeeper: Cùlùtoty

male lizard man, who is quite unhappy and rarely glorious, and who seems a little upset

Menu

  • roasted clams with roasted honeydew melon; cup of akavit
  • eel and field pea stew served with shredded greens; flagon of perry
  • stir-fried wolf with soft sour cherry and pine nut bread with raspberry marmalade; mug of mead

Rumors

  • A chronomancer’s familiar has escaped and been said to have summoned a demon.
  • All the dwarves in an underground city have disappeared.
  • A mighty berserker too easily provoked, but with good intentions.
  • Primitive heathens are throwing parties in the woods.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • glamorous, empty woman
  • glamorous and lame peddler of
  • filthy, very energetic scholar
  • The nimble and expert rogue who purposely sets off traps to feed his addiction for the poison within.
  • a crippled half-elf and a fancy drow
  • a hosteler
  • a pair of halflings
  • a hobgoblin appears to be suffering from
  • fancy oil merchant

Valuables:

  • spidersilk pouch holding 24 coins: coin made of electrum, worth about 8sp; the face shows an unicorn, the obverse has runes; it’s worn nearly smooth
  • 43 heavily worn palladium coins, in piles
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