30 Odd Random Inns, Taverns and Sundry Establishments

31 Mar

30 Odd Random Inns, Taverns and Sundry Establishments

(roll a d30 for the name of an establishment. May be used for urban settings, towns or wayside stops, etc. as the Gamemaster wishes.)

01 – Center of the Multiverse
02 – Drunken Paladin
03 – Last Place to Be Inn
04 – Laughing Lich
05 – Inn of the Bastard Princes
06 – Basilisk’s Gaze
07 – Gallant Goblin
08 – Axes & Ale
09 – Sunken Ship
10 – The Gregarious Hermit
11 – Sword Sisters
12 – Three-Legged Unicorn
13 – Last One Standing
14 – Delver’s Repose
15 – Golden Skull Inn
16 – Fey Spirits
17 – Angry Toad Tavern
18 – Prismatic Tankard
19 – Iron Gut Grog & Grub
20 – Legion of the Unlucky
21 – Cutthroat Gentleman’s Club
22 – The Silent Banshee
23 – Minstrels Not Allowed Inn
24 – The Tavern Time Forgot
25 – Dwarven Comedy Club
26 – The Underground
27 – Two Sheets to the Wind
28 – Troll’s Trove Tavern
29 – Inn of the Moon Beast
30 – Dead Sages’ Society

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-Jeff
“Retro”

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4 Responses to “30 Odd Random Inns, Taverns and Sundry Establishments”

  1. Bard March 31, 2011 at 5:07 pm #

    I like these lists. I think I may have to go out and buy myself a d30…

    • Retro RPG March 31, 2011 at 8:50 pm #

      thanks!
      I suppose a GM could fudge the roll in various ways w/o one, but the d30 needs some rolling time, too 😉

  2. j0nny5 April 1, 2011 at 10:53 pm #

    Yoink! Thanks for the list!

    • Retro RPG April 2, 2011 at 10:09 am #

      most wlelcome!
      I hope to add more of the “30 Odd” tables up… this is #3 so far

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