- in dwarf-quarter, near the South Gate
- the street outside is where a few famuluses gather after leaving the museum
- The inn is a single-storey, rectangular rammed earth building,
with a smooth stone floor.
- Special accommodations consist of twenty small private rooms.
- The inn is widely known for the amazing selection of wines.
- A body is laid out on a table and everyone is drunk, singing, laughing, and crying.
- one of the rooms hosts a courier.
- Other services include:
- a storyteller
- a masseuse
- Hirelings available:
- Color scheme:
Languid Lavender Sandy Brown Pumpkin
- Innkeeper: Matne
- male orc, who is quite sagacious and sometimes selfless, and who seems a little amused
- broccolis-cheese patties with caper-yogurt sauce; cup of fresh coconut juice
- groundhog stuffed with pigeon served with soft cheese; tankard of perry
- smoked quail with olive tapenade; hogshead of brandywine
- herbed squab and venison served with toast; mug of raspberry amber beer; pastries with apple syrup
- A magical accident has opened a gate that has loosed magic-eating monsters into the world.
- A farm nearby hasnâ€™t been heard from in days.
- Dragons can sense when their kin are harmed or killed.
The following people are currently in the common room:
- unattractive, cautious young trader of pyxes
- plain and one-handed valet/lackey
- The carnivore protesting about animal rights to impress the men/ladies s/heâ€™s never gotten to get a date with.
- a pair of gnolls
- a young woman discusses wedding plans; the first item on the list is finding a husband
- a group of men complaining about candle-maker
- a few messengers whispering
- drab baronet
- haversack holding 25 coins: old elvish coin made of platinum, worth about 10sp; the face has a proverb: by fire and redemption, the obverse shows an arrowhead
- Luxury: gleaming palladium stylus (worth 430 gp)