Skirting The Dodgy Path
Taverns & Inns
- The Gull’s Inn & General Store, famous for its Spiced Boar (0)
- The Fighting Lord’s Beerhouse, famous for its Baked Bacon – no lodging (0)
- Two Pears Bed & Breakfast, famous for its Chicken (+1)
- Tom’s Tavern, famous for its Spiced Rabbit (+1)
Other Points of Interest in Town
- Rhino Gate is rumored to have a smugglers tunnel nearby that the City Watch has yet to find.
- Sphinx Field is a popular picnic-ground.
- Bowyer’s Fen is a popular fishing spot.
- A farmstead where they raise chickens and turkeys. In addition to a mottle-and-daub farmhouse with thatched roof, there is a mill.
- A farmstead where they grow pears and assorted vegetables. In addition to a longhouse that houses several families, there is a stable and a mill.
- A hamlet where they raise sheep. In addition to a mottle-and-daub farmhouse with thatched roof, there is a curing shed, a barn, and a stable.
- A hamlet where they grow potatoes and raise chickens. In addition to a mottle-and-daub farmhouse with thatched roof, there is a small kennel.
Points of Interest Nearby
- Crusader’s Enclave: a popular travelers’ camp
- Groom’s Station: a horse breeder and livery stable
- Fairchurchling Crag: A small pass through the Calastius Mountains. It lies to the north, between Tannerus and Eggley. It leads to Cook’s Vale
- Unnlinn’s Citadel: (to the Northeast) ruins thought to be that of a Keshan Lord’s villa