The Hopping Elf Dining Room and Saloon


  • in a slum district, near the Pathfinder’s Spire


  • The inn is a small, rectangular stone-walled building,
    with a purple tile roof.

  • The inn is widely known for the upset bartender.
  • A warm glow emanates from the hearth.
  • Other services include:
    • assassins for hire
    • healing
  • Hirelings available:
    • sage
    • Unbalanced Aluk: afflicted with earworm-induced vertigo, seems able until first set of stairs, slope, cliff or gradient, then just keeps falling down in increasingly spectacular ways
    • habilar, light
  • Color scheme:
    French Beige Sapphire Dark Spring Green


Innkeeper: Moykuo

male dragonborn, who is a little small-thinking and frequently farsighted, and who seems very upset


  • rainbow trout and chestnut soup served with cabbage; cup of red stout
  • runner bean and pea bean kebabs; flagon of ginger beer; cranberry pie
  • spiced frog’s legs seasoned with cinnamon; flagon of vodka
  • roasted horse liver with flatbread; flagon of wine; honey rolls


  • The river that flows through all the worlds and the souls of the dead it sweeps along.
  • Monstrous animals that clear the path for dawn, attacking anything that might compromise their task.
  • A fire elemental has escaped from a spell crafter lab.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • suspicious-looking and one-eyed fighter
  • A lone detective appears to town folk as a dark stranger with purpose unknown, and is frequently seen in areas where a murder has just been committed.
  • a beautiful weaver and a strong silk-mercer staring at each other
  • lanky, withdrawn sailor


  • haversack holding 30 coins: freshly-minted orcish coin made of bronze, worth about 8sp; the face has runes, the obverse shows a woman

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