Dancing Horn


  • near Syncletica’s Chancel
  • in a slum district, near the Watcher’s Cairn
  • just outside, A noble’s wedding isn’t perfect without some colorful guests like the PCs.


  • The inn is a small, rectangular slate building,
    with a tiled mosaic floor and dwarf-wrought iron furnishings.

  • The inn is locally known for the flirtatious barmaids.
  • A small fire crackles in the hearth, but the chimney is clearly clogged, because the smoke has filled the room.
  • Other services include:
    • messenger
    • a wizard who offers: teleportation
  • Hirelings available:
    • linkboy
    • captain
  • Color scheme:
    Flax Lemon Pale Cornflower Blue


Innkeeper: Plume

male aarakocra, who is a little obese and frequently resourceful, and who seems extremely wonderful


  • salted rabbit served with salted cheese; mug of mead
  • seared muskrat with pita bread; flagon of ginger beer
  • pickled spaghetti squashes seasoned with anise; goblet of brandywine


  • Minister Beocca is a strange guy. He collects holy symbols. Also every year he switches his allegiances to a new god. Charlatan I tell you.
  • This morning a wine merchant found a strange potion in one of his shipments.
  • Dwarfs worship a deity best likened to a living slot machine who rewards their greed with increased material returns.
  • A beast that is stalking those who venture into the woods.
  • Evil clerics gather in secret to summon a monstrous god to the world.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • homely man
  • Obese chimney sweep is too stubborn to lose weight or change occupations and demands large quantities of lube
  • a strong warden and an elf
  • a half-naked kobold and a hobgoblin eating
  • a forest gnome and a clean scullion
  • one patron comments on an article of new clothing (waistcoat, shoes, gloves, hat) worn by another
  • unusual, resentful trader of


Trapped: magical sensor (detects race); poisons the victim (fever/chills which lasts for 4 hours).

  • coffer holding 11 coins: goblin coin made of ivory, worth about 9sp; the face has a proverb: ever wealth, the obverse has a proverb: by pleasure and purpose
  • 51 outdated copper foreign coins, in a heap
  • Art: engraving depicting children (by a discredited artist)

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