The Garnet Festhall and Alehouse


  • near the Hunter Crossing
  • the street outside is where gemcutters work
  • just outside, Loud “haggling” between a merchant and “customer” who are working together as part of a scheme to bring in other custom.


  • The inn is a small, V-shaped adobe building,
    with exotic art work.

  • Special accommodations consist of a number of cots in the stables.
  • The inn is well-known for the erotic entertainment.
  • The place is spotless and completely empty.
  • Other services include:
    • smugglers
    • courier services
  • Hirelings available:
    • clerk
    • leather worker
  • Color scheme:
    Mountbatten Pink Bulgarian Rose Lavender Magenta


Innkeeper: Silverdagger

male rakshasa, who is quite leader-like and usually condescending


  • walrus stuffed with squab; flagon of milk
  • apricot pudding with butternut pancakes; goblet of ginger beer
  • battered chickpeas served with mustard greenses; flagon of coffee


  • A cursed military fort that slowly makes the inhabitants insane.
  • Dúathgraug found a map behind a painting bought at an estate sale.
  • Pixies arise as a result of disgusting unnatural acts hobbits perform with the trees surrounding their homes.
  • Dwarfs worship a deity best likened to a living slot machine who rewards their greed with increased material returns.
  • Hobbits steal luck from everyone they encounter, deliberately ruining the fortunes of their neighbors.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • bald and injured half-elf
  • bald and poisoned (striped toadstool) merchant of hemp
  • tattooed priest
  • Child who sneezes constantly is a high-ranking cleric in a well-known order.
  • Fat and timid merchant-wizard on a quest to destroy his half-demon daughter
  • a copper-skinned kender and a pretty artificer shouting
  • one patron is getting legal advice from another
  • a group of poets
  • elegant, a little excited girl


Trapped: pressure-activated

  • box holding 22 coins: antiquated goblin coin made of platinum, worth about 7sp; the face shows a crescent, the obverse shows a roc
  • Jewelry: plain brass arm spiral (worth 900 gp)

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