Great atmosphere came through in the post with enough about the town and the inn to make it stand very solidly on its own. Not sure if I have read a better inn description! The plot was a small added bonus that was slightly unexpected. If the town found out there would probably be a riot and may the gods save the ones that took it. Go to Comment
An excellent establishment with a wealth of detail and history, and a solid plot-hook. Like it.
(You could also write a City Image of the whole city, or even a Plot about the Golden Frog - what happened to it anyway? What if it wasn't stolen for the gold, and wasn't just a piece of art before... and is actually a key to something else?) Go to Comment
You buy death, but one would think that here are people that even Jack wouldn't touch. Those so powerful that their death would bring about the end of the corruption that allows him to stay in power. Anyway, do they sell good wings? Go to Comment
On a location with numerous webs, and at least one big spider, there is a something inside a cocoon. It is humanoid in shape, still moving. If the heroes free it (not before they kill or drive away the spiders), they meet a ... zombie!
The poor zombie wandered the dungeon alone, and tried to kill a big living creature (= a spider). The spider used the usual treatment, even if this victim did not look tasty. The zombie can be easily killed as any other zombie. It got but several doses of spider-poison, so can be something worth if it is extracted. You can mention to a druid or ranger the fact the spider had no poison anymore.