The Sleeping Medusa Inn

Location

  • in temple ward, near the Shaman’s School
  • very close to the green

Description

  • The inn is a three-storey, square hazel building,
    with dwarf-wrought iron tables and chairs.

  • The inn is well-known for the often raucous patrons.
  • The common room is dimly-lit with sparsely placed candles casting flickering shadows across tables and walls.
  • There is a bouquet of vanilla
  • Other services include:
    • bow repair
    • armor polishing
    • horse grooming
    • an errand boy
  • Hirelings available:
    • limner
    • linkboy
  • Color scheme:
    American Rose White Navy Blue

Staff

Innkeeper: Marlinia

male gnome, who is quite base and always godly, and who seems quite vindicated

Menu

  • pickled lamb and veal served with lima beans; hogshead of baiju
  • tepid duck and grouse seasoned with rosemary; hogshead of cider
  • smoked cucumbers served with spaghetti noodles; tankard of milk; cake
  • Specialty drink: Secret Recipe

Rumors

  • Zombies pouring upon unsuspecting treasure-seekers, driving them towards a deadly pit.
  • Mysterious merchants sell faulty magic items in town and then attempt to slink away.
  • Treacherous Labyrinth of Forgotten Dreams has a magical smokehouse.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • nobleman
  • pretty smuggler of pandemonic silver
  • Artistic woodsman always carving some wooden figurines has attracted the attention of a fey creature who always tries to grants his many whims and throw away comments.
  • a hobbit and a filthy holy man
  • scrawny and one-handed mature gnome

Valuables:

  • Art: copper war machine
  • Magic Item: Tuba of Shield
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