The Tired Drummer


Belkin leFuvri



“Drumming at the drumskins, tables, foreheads and chins. Was always the a’la carte at their inn, the Tired Drummer.”

Skjald Yell'a'Beard



Exactly when the building was constructed was lost in the fire that consumed the counsil house, prison and some Merchant houses of Port Alasso. But, despite its fairly central place regarding Merchant and caravan trafic it went broke and stood empty for some time. Until the spring of 1170, when Belkin leFuvri 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 a large score of lads approaching caravans and teaders promoting it. None suspecting that it was them and the servant boys, led by Gabz, who where the real owners. Within a few months it was a thriving place due their tireless promotion, and realizing 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 people.

Skjald El Mary



It essently owned by Gabz

Skjald Sejrik



Don’t say, whisper or think anything there, that you do not want to be spread.

Skjald Vinotis

Last Updated on 2022-04-22 by IoM-Christian