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    Postfest XVII(Richfest 2012): Inns & Taverns of Greyhawk

    Postfest XVII: Inns & Taverns of Greyhawk has now ended.
    First, we have a recap of the original Postfest XVII: Inns & Taverns of Greyhawk announcement:

    Welcome to Postfest XVII: Inns & Taverns of Greyhawk This Postfest will focus on some of the more interesting sleeperies and eateries in the World of Greyhawk. So, here are some suggestions as to what to include in your entries: First off, write about a location that not much(or nothing) has been written about before- make something up! A particular emphasis should be put on your chosen location being conducive to adventuring. Don't just present a description of a place, its proprietors, how much rooms cost, and what they have on the menu. Put in some local flair, such as rumors, interesting local folk, questionable characters, etc. Think more along the lines of presenting a place where a road weary(or bored) adventurer can find all manner of trouble to get themselves into. Think of the Inn of the Welcome Wench of Hommlet fame, or of the Green Dragon Inn in Greyhawk City(I wouldn't recommend writing on these particular locations as they have been covered rather extensively already), and the trouble one can get themselves hooked into there and you won't go wrong.

    And here are the submissions for Postfest XVII: Inns & Taverns of Greyhawk!

    *The Sign of the Gibbeted Goblin
    by smillan_31

    "The friendliest inn... well, really the only inn, in the village of Pelgaryn on the Wild Coast."
    Read the entire article HERE.

    *The Wild Goose
    by mempter

    "The Wild Goose, as it is known, is among other things a gateway to a multi-dimensional demesne known as The World Serpent Inn, a popular stopping point for many a traveling planehopper."
    Read the entire article HERE.

    *The Diving Dragon Inn
    by Phalastar

    "The Diving Dragon Inn is a favourite with the locals of Rockport. Rockport is a small town situated on the eastern edge of Irongate territory near the border with Naerie. Tasty food, flowing ale, good stories and adventure awaits..."
    Read the entire article HERE.

    *Rangors Roving Rest
    by baronzemo

    "Rangor's Roving Rest is a magical inn that appears along a weary road or path one day and is gone the next. Some say the inn is cursed, others say it appears when a adventurer needs a hot meal and a dry bed the most. This cozy rest could appear along the road that leads into Greyhawk city and the next day in the middle of the Dry Steppes. Be weary when you step into Rangor's Roving Rest!"
    Read the entire article HERE.

    *Daan Rhuul Gharlaan Ac
    by argon

    "From what we know of humanoid society they differ greatly from what we see amongst the more civilized races. It is rare to see any items of art from goblins and orcs. Who has ever seen a troll scholar or bricklayer? In the lands beyond the Flanaess, amongst the plains and hilltops of Darak Urtag lies parts of humanoid civilization where goods and services are sold. One, such place a refuge, for weary travelers, flesh traders, or humanoid tribals looking for a neutral site to ply their trade and traditions."

    Read the entire article HERE.

    *The Braided Beard
    by Phalastar

    "The Braided Beard is an Inn located under the Forge Quarter in the Free City of Irongate. If you need to find the right dwarf to talk to, the Braided Beard is always your best option. Just be sure not to upset the bouncers..."
    Read the entire article HERE.

    *The Last Respite
    by mortellan

    "The free port of Narisban, found in the tropical Olman Island chain is a crossroads for intrepid traders and pirates who ply the high seas. Given the remote location of Narisban, nearly every sailor that visits its harbor seeks a respite from the sea for it might be their last."
    Read the entire article HERE.

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    Fri Jul 06, 2012 12:42 am  

    Well done, lad! Be sure to update the main sticky HERE when all is said and done. Cool
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