The Anchor and Skull


  • at a crossroads
  • the street outside is where pearl-divers pass on the way to the crane


  • The inn is a two-storey, L-shaped black locust building,
    with exotic art work.

  • The inn is well-known for the shady patrons.
  • It feels unsettlingly normal.
  • Other services include:
    • a surgeon
    • a magically protected safe
    • a cleric who offers: prayers
  • Hirelings available:
    • scout
    • pack handler
  • Color scheme:
    Peach-Orange Puce Bright Maroon


Innkeeper: Matlocoxoch

male uruk, who is quite mellow and sometimes authoritative, and who seems quite wonderful


  • smoked lamb served with rice noodles; tankard of tea
  • blackened peruvian beans and raddiccio served with sweet bread; goblet of bitter
  • boar stuffed with ox served with marzipan bread; mug of root beer
  • boar and radish chowder served with brown gravy; cup of dry wine
  • Specialty drink: Burster


  • An innocent but monstrous witch and the merchants who want her property.
  • A shape-changed scrag troll is gathering mentally controlled servitors.
  • A beast that is stalking those who venture into the woods.
  • I heard about a group young girls knocking on people doors. They sing a nursery rhyme to anyone who opens up. Strange thing is these girl don’t even live in the town.
  • An elite order of assassins, each member devoted to single mark, waiting for the sign to strike.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • dark-skinned and obese skald
  • Beautiful Half-kobold princess searching for her natural father
  • A glassblower, attractive but careless, who is an expert in the opposite sex
  • a pair of kobolds praying
  • a hobgoblin
  • filthy, pleasant ancient woman


  • haversack holding 3 blue diamonds
  • 42 pristine old gold foreign coins, in a heap

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