Eat, Drink, and Be Merry Collection #1

by Faceless Publishing

Faceless Publishing



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Eat, Drink, and Be Merry Collection #1

This product contains the first four installments in the "Eat, Drink, and be Merry" series, all collected together into a single file for ease of reading and printing. All of the original material is included, including the artwork for each establishment. Each of the inns and taverns contained inside make for an interesting and flavourful addition to any campaign, and can bring more excitement to the downtime in between adventures. Each establishment also includes useful adventure hooks to help them become part of the adventure itself.

This collection includes descriptions of the following fascinating locations:

The Giggling Gorgon

This entry in the Eat, Drink, and be Merry series describes the Giggling Gorgon. This large inn and tavern has a theme that revolves around the Gorgon, a large armoured bovine that petrifies its victims before eating them. Besides its unique theme the establishment is known for having good food, affordable rooms, and a strong signature brew that will challenge even the toughest of drinkers.

The Kobold's Delight

This entry in the Eat, Drink, and be Merry series describes the Kobold's Delight. This odd inn and tavern is known both for its odd cuisine and the eccentricities of its owner. Founded by a retired adventurer after a long captivity at Kobold hands the Kobold's Delight offers a menu of subterranean foods such as giant insects and large mushrooms. The owner is very hospitable to adventurers, and so his establishment has become a common place to find adventurers and those who wish to hire them.

The Lusty Siren

This entry in the Eat, Drink, and be Merry series describes the Lusty Siren. This establishment is an inn and tavern that caters to sailors, and has enough room for the entire crew of a ship to stay at one time. Besides the sleeping arrangements the Lusty Siren also offers a selection of nautical food, as well as drink to slake the thirst of those who are tired from a long day of hard work at sea.

The Pit

This entry in the Eat, Drink, and be Merry series describes the Pit. This establishment is widely known for its infernal theme and the questionable nature of the entertainment and dealings that go on there.

Although many good people avoid the place it still receives a healthy number of customers, many of whom are members of the underworld or richer folk who see themselves above trifling concerns of morality. The Pit's owner takes coin from anyone who can pay and although the price may be steep she offers excellent food and drink, entertainment, and privacy.

The Eat, Drink, and be Merry series

The tavern or inn is a common element in most fantasy roleplaying games, whether it serves as a place for the characters to meet for the first time or a resting place where tired adventurers can recover after an adventure is over. The "Eat, Drink, and be Merry" series aims to help gamemasters by providing interesting and detailed descriptions of inns, taverns, and other establishments, in order to increase the realism, immersion, and fun of gaming sessions. The description of each establishment includes a physical description of the building, its interior, and the sign that hangs out front, as well as a brief description of the owner, a full menu, and a list of services that the establishment provides. Each product ends with a list of hooks to provide ideas for using the establishment as a springboard for further adventures.

This product is written for use with the Pathfinder RPG but is system neutral, and so can be used with any fantasy roleplaying game.

Each product includes a full colour PDF and a second black and white PDF with no images for easy printing.

  • McKale's Legacy
  • Eat, Drink, and be Merry 1: The Giggling Gorgon
  • Eat, Drink, and be Merry 2: The Kobold's Delight
  • Eat, Drink, and be Merry 3: The Lust Siren
  • Eat, Drink, and be Merry 4: The Pit
  • Eat, Drink, and be Merry Collection #1