- just off of Crier’s Street
- in a slum district, near the castle
- just beyond the fighting pit
- The inn is a single-storey, H-shaped logs building,
with exotic art work.
- The inn is well-known for the generous size of its mugs.
- Along one portion of the floor is a cavity in the paneling and in the middle of it a hot spring of charcoal grey with crimson highlights water bubbles.
- Other services include:
- a barbarian who offers: mushroom identification (by tasting
- boot polishing
- Hirelings available:
- horseman, archer
- footman, pikeman
- Color scheme:
Xanadu Cobalt Blue Bright Ube
- Innkeeper: Aloysius
- female eldar, who is extremely mournful and sometimes farsighted, and who seems a little sleepy
- breaded crayfish served with egg noodles; mug of porter
- shredded veal and radish served with oatmeal bread; goblet of coffee; bread pudding with boysenberry sauce
- slow-roasted venison served with fresh rolls with white grape jam; tankard of mulled austere red wine with notes of peach spiced with horseradish
- seasoned turkey and lettuce served with wheat bread and butter; tankard of winter lager; pumpkin pie
- grilled shellfish served with mustard greenses and spinaches; horn of hot sauvignon blanc spiced with chili
- garlicky oysters served with soft cheese; horn of water
- Specialty drink: Smoking
- A recently recovered artifact causes arcane magic to go awry.
- Archon Facio is a strange guy. He collects holy symbols. Also every year he switches his allegiances to a new god. Charlatan I tell you.
- A pirate captain whose reputation is due to masquerading as a woman, successfully.
The following people are currently in the common room:
- peddler of
- short and obese peasant
- Eâ€™saril and Eâ€™locae, twin aquatic elves, who belong an order of sea-bourne knights are polite, reserved and valiant but their insular culture and private habits make it easy for all others to be suspicious of them.
- a few alchemists bickering
- a glazier and a goblin
- a few halflings
- a warrior cleaning their nails
- pale peddler of arms
- haversack holding 34 coins: coin made of bronze, worth about 10sp; the face is completely blank, the obverse has a proverb: by bravery and reason
- 46 a little used old gold gnomish coins, in a bundle
- Luxury: crudely constructed caterwaul fur blanket (worth 420 gp)
- Jewelry: locust cloak pin with glyphs on the front and glyphs on the back (worth 590 gp)