“Drumming at the drumskins, tables, foreheads, and chins. Was always the a’la carte at their inn, the Tired Drummer.”
Exactly when the building was constructed, it was lost in the fire that consumed the council house, prison, and some Merchant houses of . But, despite its fairly central location regarding merchant and caravan traffic, it went broke and stood empty for some time. Until the spring of 1170, when bought it and opened it as a tavern, the Tried Drummer. With the cheapest ale and food in town, good gambling and whores at and around the tables, and cheap discrete rooms, It quickly became popular due to a large number of lads approaching caravans and teaders promoting it. None suspected that it was them and the servant boys, led by Gabz, who were the real owners. Within a few months, it was a thriving place due to their tireless promotion and realising how smart this was. The gang used their earnings to buy other locations where information could be overheard or traps set for the married and powerful.
Skjald El Mary
It is essentially owned by Gabz.
Don’t say, whisper, or think anything there that you do not want to spread.
Last Updated on 2024-02-06 by IoM-Christian