Hommlet


Hommlet
Type Town
Location Lake Forest
Ruler Elder Johann
Population <1000
Prosperity Moderate

A small town on the outskirts of the Lake Forest it sits on the western end of Lake Flussend, the end of all the small waterways flowing through Lake Forest. All wealth flowing out from the Forest one way or another passes through Hommlet. Some are just sent on it's way, some refined before transport to the sea and some stay. The town is also a staging ground for all parties going into the forest to harvest wealth from it, most of which are trappers and loggers. So while the town doesn't have a large permanent population, it have many transits.

Inns and taverns

The welcome Wench

The square wooden sign shows a buxom and smiling girl holding a flagon of beer. This must be the Inn of the Welcome Wench, a place renowned for its good food and excellent drink! Passing merchants make a point of stopping, as do many other sorts of wayfarers, and it is said that the place is always filled with patrons.

The Welcome Wench is the town largest and only proper inn. It makes sure it's pricerange is above that of most transits catering to residents and those who have wealth to loose. Rooms are clean, horses will be fed and the common room is always warm. The innkeeper, Ostler Gundigoot, while not turning away any does not appreciate adventurers. He remembers the incident of 1043 when a group of adventurers brought all the treasures from the old temple at Nub through town and put it into a gold-frenzy.

The Golden Grain
More a tavern than an inn, the Golden Grain doesn't hide that it caters to costumers from all walks of life. Whose with only coppers to the name will find lodging with the horses and those with more are welcomed to finer quarters, still of lower quality than the best of the Wench.

Craftsmen and traders

Weaver

Fletcher

General store/general trader

Worship and places of Worship

Part of Hommlet worships St Cuthbert, the legendary hero turned saint who established the trading post of Post Llast which "brought civilization to the Lands of the Crescent Sea". The Cult of St Cuthbert maintains the town's only church letting it stand as a bastion against the untamed wilderness.

Quarter of a mile south of town, in the hills, the Druid Jaroo maintains a small secluded grove where the spirits of the town can be paid tribute to.

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