Dungeons & Dragons

[D&D Tavern] The Flying Forest
The Flying Forest is owned by an unmarried androgynous person and their girlfriend. One of the owners is a member of a race that is common for the area, while the other owner's race is uncommon in the area. One of the owners has no hidden secrets or unusual quirks, but the other is actually a doppelganger. Before owning the tavern, one of the owners had a job as an entertainer, while the other studied to be a wizard, but couldn't make it. The inspiration for the tavern's name was an inside joke. It is a tavern of poor quality, and its main draw is its connection to the criminal underworld. One of the owners of The Flying Forest tends the bar to maintain the illusion of the tavern being of poor quality. Their disposition is generally described as excessively energetic. They are ugly, with bronzed skin and dark brown hair in a drawn-up style. Physically, they are incredibly stocky. On a typical night, the clientele at The Flying Forest can be described as wonderfully raucous. On this occasion, there are a couple other people currently in the tavern. They are arguing over how to split the bill. The rooms for rent at The Flying Forest are unmistakably average sized and filthy. There is currently one room available for rent. The cost for a night's stay is 8 cp. If the party spends the night in the tavern, the owner who is actually a doppelganger attempts to murder and take the place of one of the party members.

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Dark Alliance
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