The Broken Bones

I’ve taken a room nearby to the Broken Bones and I’m spending far too much time in that seedy establishment.  The stew is hearty and the ale is strong but it’s the proprietor, Gar, that keeps me interested.  Though I have to pay an inordinate amount of gold for the information, Gar seems perfectly willing to tell me about his home and business.  People often think it’s named for the bone and ivory dice Gar provides, and they sometimes accuse him of using weighted dice and that’s why they’re called “broken”.  The truth is more… brutal.

Click here to read about the gambling house: The Broken Bones

May Luck and Fortune smile upon you!


 

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