The Inn by the Crest


  • near friary of Adrian
  • the street outside is where hunters pass with their produce


  • The inn is a small, square woodwork building,
    with exotic art work.

  • Special accommodations consist of a few wooden cots in the cellar.
  • The inn is well-known for the fine stables with experienced grooms.
  • Everything in sight is moldy, tarnished, broken, or some combination of the three.
  • Other services include:
    • a storyteller
    • boot polishing
    • a hot bath
    • courier services
  • Hirelings available:
    • horseman, light
    • marines
    • ship master
  • Color scheme:
    Steel Blue Medium Teal Blue Dark Electric Blue


Innkeeper: Zaba

male centaur, who is quite lurid and frequently courageous, and who seems very amused


  • marinated shellfish and partridge served with rice; hogshead of root beer
  • battered trout with seasonal greens tossed with beans; goblet of fresh honeydew melon juice
  • moose stuffed with game hen; horn of water
  • baked walrus served with eggplants; mug of fresh plum juice


  • A dwarf, dead and with an expression of great terror, and a list of names he carried.
  • An invoker in a manse to the north of town is flaunting guild laws.
  • Humans engage in a gross act likened to a “wet hug” in order to further their miserable species.


The following people are currently in the common room:

  • dirty mature person
  • A mind-flayer in control of a famous poet, using the poet’s fame to spread enchanted texts in an attempt to attract meals.
  • a pair of kobolds staring at each other
  • a couple chimney sweeps
  • a few gnomes staring at each other
  • blonde, abandoned trader of


  • bag holding 5 coins: coin made of palladium, worth about 10sp; the face is completely blank, the obverse shows a scorpion claws
  • 56 copper coins, in a heap
  • Jewelry: horn locket (worth 670 gp)

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