- in Carrick
- north by northwest of the Luriku Way
- The inn is a three-storey, rectangular carved stone building,
with dwarf-wrought iron furnishings.
- Special accommodations consist of a few cots in the stables.
- The inn is locally known for the quality of its menu.
- The place is dark and nearly empty. One group at the back are having a hushed conversation.
- There is a aroma of bread
- the inn is rumored to be a front for the worshippers of whiteleaf, guardian of engravers.
- Other services include:
- boot polishing
- armor polishing
- Hirelings available:
- footman, heavy
- Color scheme:
Rose Gold Silver Burgundy
- Innkeeper: Marnia Bronzesteel
- female half-orc, who is very sophisticated and occasionally decadent, and who seems very exasperated
- baked woodcock seasoned with clove; horn of coffee
- goose and moose pastry; hogshead of brandywine
- cannellini bean and cauliflower kebabs; goblet of wine; bilberry pie
- slow-roasted crab served with bulghur wheat; tankard of grog; pastries with marzipan
- veal pie; cup of lager
- rice bean and scallion kebabs; goblet of hot malbec spiced with catnip
- A recently recovered artifact causes arcane magic to go awry.
- You heard about our well. Yeah it’s been dry for years now. We lost a bunch of kids a few years back. Someone said a tentacle reach out and drag them to their death. Ever since no one goes by that damn well.
- There is a witch in the swamp to the south who brews potions of a legendary efficacy.
- Cute wild creature and the ferocious parents searching for it.
The following people are currently in the common room:
- Munn the torchbearer/unemployed cartographer
- bald and lame water-seller
- homely half-orc
- lanky kobold
- unsightly hobbit
- The uptight, law-abiding and somewhat prudish clericâ€¦of the goddess of illicit love affairs and the protector of shady brothels.
- a couple nomads praying
- a couple goldsmiths being obnoxious
- a woman is convinced that her son is the next great sculptor
- a pair of orcs
- hairy and injured person
- bundle holding 20 coins: modern orcish coin made of pewter, worth about 13sp; the face has a proverb: by beauty and prestige, the obverse shows a rast; it’s mostly illegible
- 16 electrum coins, scattered about