The Dragon’s Cave

Location

  • in temple ward, near the Pathfinder’s Fountain

Description

  • The inn is a small, O-shaped (with a central open courtyard) rammed earth building,
    with several leaded glass windows and exotic art work.

  • Special accommodations consist of several cots in the stables.
  • The inn is locally known for the flirtatious barmaids.
  • A warm glow emanates from the hearth.
  • Other services include:
    • an errand boy
    • forgery
    • a surgeon
  • Hirelings available:
    • weaver
  • Color scheme:
    Salmon Light Slate Gray Rich Carmine

Staff

Innkeeper: Henry Kurzmann

male rock gnome, who is extremely subjective and rarely noncompetitive, and who seems a little despondent

Menu

  • smoked veal and partridge seasoned with anise; goblet of akavit; fennel scones
  • raw musk ox and peppers served with linguini noodles; tankard of sweet mead
  • fried oysters and beef with greens tossed with onions; hogshead of milk
  • beef and hare pie; flagon of hard cider

Rumors

  • Artificers inspired by a mad god, building slaves to do its bidding.
  • Noble, drugged but in expensive clothes, vengeful towards any witness.
  • A coercer has just turned the captain of the city guard into a bull.
  • A infestation of stirges drives yuan-ti closer to civilized lands.
  • The cook is serving meat pies that are really made of phraint.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • gruesome, ashamed curate
  • ugly and obese woman
  • elegant black marketeer
  • a little homely and injured gnome
  • A forgetful singing shop keeper with bad debts & forgotten about deals
  • a knifeman
  • a short blackjack
  • a woman complains that a skunk has taken up residence under her home; she blames her neighbor for luring it there
  • bargeman

Valuables:

  • spellspun pouch holding 15 coins: foreign coin made of electrum, worth about 15sp; the face has strange symbols, the obverse shows a kraken
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