The Five Jewels

Location

  • in Fort Tõtirm Green
  • in a slum district, near the Savant’s Hedge Maze

Description

  • The inn is a large, I-shaped granite building,
    with dwarf-wrought iron tables and chairs and charms and talismans hanging from the rafters.

  • The inn is widely known for the well-informed staff.
  • The common room is warmly glowing with oil-soaked torches lining the walls and pillars of the main floor.
  • There is a bouquet of butter
  • Other services include:
    • assassination
    • a wake up knock
    • a storyteller
  • Hirelings available:
    • jeweler-gemcutter
    • mercenary
    • animal trainer
  • Color scheme:
    Yellow-Green Pigment Blue Hollywood Cerise

Staff

Innkeeper: Gwynfor

male hobbit, who is extremely fair-spoken and often indifferent, and who seems a little ambivalent

Menu

  • slow-roasted coney and boar with seasonal greens tossed with pomegranates; tankard of basi
  • boiled eggplants served with crusty peasant bread with apple butter; flagon of vodka
  • roasted wax beans with cave-aged cheese and walnuts; horn of hot red wine
  • potato and crookneck squash kebabs; tankard of birch beer

Rumors

  • Secret society fighting against the end of the world as prophesied by a book that ever changes.
  • A farm nearby hasn’t been heard from in days.
  • The return of an ancient race that once ruled over those who are in power now.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • copper-skinned merchant
  • A hirsute naked man, who is the size of a small giant, carrying a huge stone club, blocks the way down the pass, asking for papers and proof of belief in a higher deity, before he sends you to them.
  • an unattractive hydromancer and a half-orc
  • a few diamantaires staring at each other
  • merchant of

Valuables:

  • denim pouch holding 18 coins: coin made of brass, worth about 8sp; the face shows a drow long knife, the obverse is completely blank
  • Luxury: embossed gold large cauldron (worth 380 gp)
  • Art: small velour carpet depicting Ghar-Weni-Ghar, Herald of Stonemasons (by Henariniel)
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