The Half Turtle

Location

  • just off of Huckleberry Fork
  • below the gap
  • the street outside is infested by packs of wild dogs, and worse

Description

  • The inn is a large, L-shaped stone-walled building,
    with several leaded glass windows.

  • Special accommodations consist of twelve wooden cots in the cellar.
  • The inn is well-known for the flirtatious barmaids.
  • All the furniture is cushy and inviting.
  • Other services include:
    • hair cutting
    • a musician
    • two surgeons
  • Hirelings available:
    • mercenary
    • valet/lackey
  • Color scheme:
    Harlequin Bondi Blue Maroon

Staff

Innkeeper: Eva

male drow, who is somewhat greedy and usually sanctimonious, and who seems quite despondent

Menu

  • casserole made of turnips and chili beans; goblet of brandy
  • garlicky oysters served with cucumbers; flagon of banana juice
  • spicy sausage in a sauce of beets, chickpeas, and corns; flagon of hot zinfandel
  • baked crayfish served with fresh cashew bread with black raspberry butter; hogshead of mulled chardonnay spiced with ginseng
  • seasoned ox and bacon served with biscuits; horn of porter; cake
  • field pea and chili bean kebabs; tankard of root beer; honey rolls

Rumors

  • Elf-Queen Miriel, whom elves revere as the pinnacle of natural beauty, is really a dog-ugly hag glamoured up with fae charms.
  • Every night the doors are barred and windows covered, for something goes bump in the night.
  • A strange bone-colored smoke billows out of a cave near a mysterious ruin.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • handsome soldier
  • glamorous middle-aged man
  • A calm, filthy miner, evincing a penchant for the pursuit of wealth.
  • an orc ogling the bar maid
  • complaints about the weather: it’s too hot to be comfortable, too wet for the crops, too cold for good hunting
  • blonde, disappointed weaver

Valuables:

  • Jewelry: pewter kilt pin (worth 590 gp)
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