The Black and Amber Festhall and Distillery


  • at a crossroads
  • in human-quarter, near the Itinerant Priest’s Apse


  • The inn is a three-storey, T-shaped timber framed building,
    with several leaded glass windows.

  • Special accommodations consist of several dwarf rooms underground.
  • The inn is well-known for the gambling den.
  • It feels unsettlingly normal.
  • Other services include:
    • boot polishing
    • mapmaking
    • teamster w/wagon (per mile)
    • gear and clothing mending
  • Hirelings available:
    • horseman, crossbowman
    • horseman, light
    • captain
  • Color scheme:
    Wheat Aquamarine Amber


Innkeeper: Plotia Aburia

female human, who is quite envious and sometimes calm, and who seems quite wonderful


  • roasted ham seasoned with caraway and oregano; mug of coconut juice
  • catfish and cannellini bean porridge served with brown gravy; tankard of ginger beer
  • seasoned hawk with baguettes; mug of porter


  • An allomancer’s familiar has escaped and been said to have summoned a demon.
  • Fae with ivory masks, quick to take offense for the least significant transgression and terrible in their wrath.
  • A body has been pulled from the river, the name of an ancient and evil god carved into its forehead.
  • Gravediggers have discovered a huge, ghoul-filled catacomb under the cemetery.
  • A strange creature playing a flute that wandered off with all the children.
  • A mad alchemist brewing potent substances in his lair, where a monster is about to break out of its cage.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • somewhat crippled old dwarf
  • The savage, bloodthirsty orc warrioress is also a cooing, loving mother of three.
  • an old man swears that his oak tree talks to him at night
  • minstrel



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