Bronzestar

Bronzestar

The Kettle Black – Always has a good variety of soups and stews on the menu.

Merchant King of Bronzestar. Merchant King is a network of taverns that operates in several regions. In Bronzestar it is staffed by half-dragon bronze dwarves who make use of the magical banking network of temples and shrines of Vergadain. The food and rooms are good but not great, and guests can expect roughly the same quality and rates at each establishment, which travelers and merchant caravaners appreciate. The construction is half-timber, and a banner outside the front door features a laughing image of Vergadain in yellow, on a red background. The main attraction is that guests can pay using their Vegadain accounts, which draw upon treasure deposited at any branch of the main temple in Red Roost. They can also make small deposits or withdrawals from their accounts at any Merchant King tavern (with a limit of 100gp per day; larger amounts need to be handled at a temple or shrine of the dwarven god).

Holiday Cave. This “tavern” is actually a network of establishments. There are several in the Bronzestar region: One in each settlement, and a few at waystations along major trade routes. Each is marked by a tall stone stele outside the cave with “Holiday Cave” and the proprietor’s name written vertically in large Draconic runes. The proprietors are typically local businessdrakes, recruited by the network’s owner for their reputation, physical presence, intelligence, and business acumen. Each location may have 3-12 (or more) side caverns, with the main chamber far larger than the others. The main chamber is for drinks, meals, hygiene, and entertainment, and the smaller caverns are for paid lodging. They are usually furnished to appear like a dragon’s lair with a faux hoard.
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Merchant King of Bykl’s Hollow (an outlying settlement of Bronzestar). Merchant King is a network of taverns that operates in several regions. In Bronzestar it is staffed by half-dragon bronze dwarves who make use of the magical banking network of temples and shrines of Vergadain. The food and rooms are good but not great, and guests can expect roughly the same quality and rates at each establishment, which travelers and merchant caravaners appreciate. The construction is half-timber, and a banner outside the front door features a laughing image of Vergadain in yellow, on a red background. The main attraction is that guests can pay using their Vegadain accounts, which draw upon treasure deposited at any branch of the main temple in Red Roost. They can also make small deposits or withdrawals from their accounts at any Merchant King tavern (with a limit of 100gp per day; larger amounts need to be handled at a temple or shrine of the dwarven god).
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