- near the smithy
- the street outside is where some billiers work
- The inn is a single-storey, I-shaped marble building,
with charms and talismans hanging from the walls.
- The inn is widely known for the where you can find the best boiled shrimp and quail youâ€™ll ever have.
- All the furniture is cushy and inviting.
- There is a aroma of butter
- Other services include:
- armor polishing
- the inn-keeper’s mother is a dentist
- tack and saddle care
- courier services
- Hirelings available:
- archer (longbow)
- Color scheme:
Han Blue Mahogany Azure
- Innkeeper: Twoas
- female rakshasa, who is very rational and sometimes uncaring, and who seems quite vindicated
- chicken and mushroom pie served with shredded greens; mug of minty water
- kidney bean stew served with shredded greens dressed with mushrooms and cucumbers; horn of porter
- A giant pelican has just carried off a baby from a balcony.
- We are waiting on a supply caravan to hit town. Problem is, it was supposed to be here last week. Wonder what the delay is.
- Artificers inspired by a mad god, building slaves to do its bidding.
- Cute wild creature and the ferocious parents searching for it.
- Worms the size of a dog have burrowed through the ground destroying nearly all the crops.
The following people are currently in the common room:
- glamorous young guard searching for ithildin
- somewhat scrawny oracle
- Wizards wove magic like fisherman hauling a net before a storm; by comparison the man currently holding creation to ransom wove magic into a tapestry alive in aspect and fact, balanced in design by calculated flaws so as not to offend the gods.
- a couple grey elfs being obnoxious
- an elegant mountain dwar looking for company
- unsightly, exuberant middle-aged linguist
- haversack holding 25 coins: orcish coin made of pewter, worth about 13sp; the face shows a silverfish, the obverse shows a shortbow, composite
- 82 excellent bronze yeti coins, in a heap