The Wet Path Inn

Location

  • in Great Denmount
  • the street outside is where some lumberjacks pass with their produce

Description

  • The inn is a single-storey, T-shaped fieldstone building,
    with charms and talismans hanging from the walls and unusually high ceilings.

  • Special accommodations consist of numerous dwarf rooms underground.
  • The inn is locally known for the famous as the home of foaming.
  • The common room is dimly-lit with sparsely placed candles casting flickering shadows across tables and walls.
  • Other services include:
    • a wake up knock
    • a wizard who offers: fortune telling
  • Hirelings available:
    • lieutenant
    • craftperson
    • archer (shortbow)
  • Color scheme:
    Lime Green Rich Carmine Peach-Yellow

Staff

Innkeeper: Ansel Hewitt, Jr.

male kender, who is somewhat high-minded and never greedy, and who seems extremely upset

Menu

  • roasted porcupine with fresh bread; goblet of mineral water
  • cabbage paquetes stuffed with rice and beets; goblet of hard cider; honey rolls
  • pulled sheep heart and chicken with grilled peach; flagon of milk; honey rolls

Rumors

  • A farm nearby hasn’t been heard from in days.
  • Dwarfs have no souls, so you can do whatever you want to them with no moral repercussions.
  • Cultists need to recover an artifact to summon a giant sleeping demon.
  • Chaos spirit who exchanges the valued possessions of people.
  • Zombies pouring upon unsuspecting treasure-seekers, driving them towards a deadly pit.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • extremely beautiful, disapproving man
  • drab person
  • scary, quite lively person
  • very filthy peddler of spices
  • An architect, both narrow-minded and storm-browed, prone to a predisposition for falling from great heights.
  • a couple humen
  • doctor

Valuables:

  • small box holding 25 coins: elvish coin made of pewter, worth about 12sp; the face has a rune, the obverse shows a fang
  • 49 brass dwarven coins, in a heap
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