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This PDF gives the Information for 100 different Taverns, Inns and Pubs so you can drop one right into the action and not have to worry about creating one from scratch. Such dives as :

17. Singing Skull Tavern

Overall quality: Decent
Cleanliness: Somewhat grubby, but decent
Size: Large
Drinks: Fairly priced, below average quality, average variety, plus a few exotic drinks
Food: Overpriced, decent quality, above average variety
Rooms: Fairly priced, small and medium sizes, about half vacant
Popularity: Very crowded, most of crowd shady-looking
Noise level: Quiet but cheerful
Sobriety: About half patrons drunk
Dark corners occupied: 50%
Patrons openly armed: Almost none
Attractions: minor brawl
Menu: none - bartender recites from memory

Bartender: female, brown hair, cynical, ignores party - busy, has a lovely singing voices

Noteable patrons: the heavily armed traveler with a thick accent and the highly attractive adventurer whom everyone avoids

House special: Sky blue with metallic swirls and an apple slice on the edge of the glass. The drink smells like cow dung and tastes like potatos. It is an old family recipe of the bartender's.

Just roll a percentile dice and you have a random bar, because no good adventure ever started with; So there we were eating salad on the porch...

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