A Game of Thrones • A Song of Ice and Fire NWN2 Persistent World • Low Magic Role Play

Tags: tavern

1. Living in the Seven Kingdoms
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... events also provide chances to advance your character’s goals. Crucial information can be swapped at taverns, poison can be slipped into a wine glass at a feast, and two rival heirs can seek to “improve ...
2. Update: Lordsport Jail & Tavern
(News/Latest News)
A jail has been added to the town of Lordsport on Pyke for all those trouble making Ironborn who need a night to cool off. A second tavern is also in progress, though still early in development. Check ...
3. Catelyn Stark, Cat
(World of Westeros/People)
... that Eddard loved Jon Snow’s mother as much as he loves Catelyn. To her mind, it would have been better if Eddard had drunkenly bedded a tavern wench, then forgot her. While doing very little to actively ...
4. NWN2 Custom Music Guide
(Resources/Technical Documentation)
... mus_citynite **** **** **** mus_citynite 22 61863 mus_tavern1 **** **** **** mus_tavern1 23 61864 mus_tavern2 **** **** **** mus_tavern2 24 61865 mus_tavern3 **** **** **** mus_tavern3 25 61866 mus_richhouse ...
5. The Role-Player's Guide
(Resources/Manuals and Guides)
... least remain in the same “area” of the game. If you must split up, it helps if only one group is on the move. For example, one group may be waiting in the tavern for another group to return from a trip ...
6. Robert Baratheon
(World of Westeros/People)
... Robert becomes his real self again in the taverns and kitchens of the kingdom. That man is worth finding, and the simple women he takes to bed treasure his memory long after he has deserted them. Robert ...
7. White Harbour
(World of Westeros/Cities)
... Lazy Eel is a dark, seedy tavern and inn of ill repute at the foot of the Wolf's Den where one can find cheap food renown for its poor quality and whores. Guards keep a wide berth. The Silver Stag is ...
8. Customs & Laws of the Seven Kingdoms
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... life in some noble’s court. Most, however, play for a few coppers in inns and taverns, eking a living amusing both travellers and locals. Gala celebrations, like tourneys and weddings, may earn singers ...