The Seven Stringed Harp

This sprawling tavern is two stories tall and seems haphazardly built, stopped and rebuilt, with several different roof and rail styles and colours. Almost anyone in Loudwater can point someone in the direction of the Harp, due to its local infamy. It gets its name from a permanent ghostly harp that silently hovers outside of the front door, thus making it an easy place to find; the dim light of a few wandering, blue-hued driftglobes, also give it a local fame.

There’s rarely a night without three to seven bards in attendance, playing for free. Their presence makes this a noisy but melodic tavern. It’s a place to watch people, with adventurers, pipe-smoking halflings, dancing gnomes, and gambling elves – but it’s not a quiet place to relax or to conduct private business.

The Harp offers private rooms for 1gp, with and common and good meals for 5sp and 1gp respectively. The owner, Menton Tallfbow is quite knowledgeable about local business and goings-on, but is suspicious of ‘adventurers’, as he’s had to rebuild parts of the Harp several times over due to various curses, vengeful ghosts, or fireball-related mishaps – that manner of thing that adventurers thrive in.

The Seven Stringed Harp

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