This door appears quite solid, and doesn't respond to lock picks. If someone tries to ram it or kick it down, the outer door shatters - a flimsy facade! A cantrip keeps the thin covering solid until a certain measure of force is against it (think a reverse non-Newtonian solid). Behind the facade is a pressurized layer of acid, spraying forcibly thorough the damage remains of the door.Go to Comment
The Blue Lagoon - A real wet bar, actually built in and on a small lagoon. The bar proper is a raft and the tables are tethered docks. It's mostly all show, and the drinks are quite poor for the price.
The Quartermaster - Established by a retired captain of His Majesty's Army, this tavern is frequented by military veterans and soldiers on leave. Talk is often political, sometimes heated, though fights are relatively rare under the old captain's strict orders.
The Stoned Philosopher - A political club under the guise of a trendy bar. Fairly bourgeois, stocked more with finer-drinking liqueurs than working class ale. Philosophical discussions groups meet regularly as though at a salon, but are curious of foreigners and happily take on anyone wanting to talk.Go to Comment