The Burrito Hall



“Once the foamyest of mugs, and last place for unskilled thugs.”

Skjald Ulrich



Fourth Age

In the year 1218, a whole set of constructions, led by Amras and Krokus, was built alongside the main gate and wall reinforcements of Ye Olde Zephyrs.

The reason for more than reinforcement buildings was an urge to move initial initiation rites outside their city. So that apprentices who failed had not seen their training facilities,the main rites grand building, or their temple. As construction took place, they also built a large inn, to which Yell'a'Beard took fancy. Most likely it was because he wanted to sniff out as much as possible, but his merry mood and great tales attracted quite a lot of adventurers, and he became close friends with Sjekac, one of their Jarls.

At some point in the autumn of 1218, Yell’a’Beard was offered to run the inn, and he named it ‘The Burrito Hall’. Oddly enough, Sjekac began to spend quite a lot of time there, helping with food, serving, and bounching. It became a place where warriors could unwind and forge camaraderie, further solidifying the bonds between horde and apprentices.

Skjald Sejrik


Anyways, I’m glad they made the Burrito Gall outside the gates South of Meyank Hill, and not on its north side, inside that narrow windy canyon of Outrift, where they held their initiations.

I shouldn’t speak of such things, as their test is interesting but a secret. Krokus sure managed to add a sneaky twist to it all. Godly axe, twisty torch, and all to progress. Ha ha, I recall the very first to take their new initiation test, War'lust. Who god dang drowned during the dive, but both The Pilgrim and Pakara slapped life back into the poor mouthfrother, using some by-standing goats to pummelled warmth back into him. What a sight, those lords, that corpse, and those poor goats… not stopping their crying, before he jumped up, yanked their heads off, and dove right back in. Standing outside my new inn with Sjekac, we saw most of it, and we had a blast that day.

Shame, so many got bored and left for adventures. Kinda why I also handed ‘the Hall’ off to Sjekac, as he proved quite capable of more than peeling potatoes.

Skjald Yell'a'Beard


Later, Sjekac also disappeared, and as the years passed, the hall became a poor sight.

Skjald El Mary



It’s right outside… Ye Olde Zephyr’s main gate.

Skjald Kazumix



It was run by Yell’a’Beard, then Sjekac; now we are uncertain who from Ye Olde holds sway over the dusty inn.

Skjald Vinotis



On rare occasions, one can encounter Yell’a’Beard sitting on a bench with a pipe.

Skjald Sigurd

Last Updated on 2024-02-11 by IoM-Christian