Saturday, July 16, 2011
The staple of the fantasy RPG, obviously I'd have to include this. I've divided the table into four parts; I found that the services that I've placed in stabling and lodging tended to get lost in the cloud of other things for sale.
Nothing on this list can be sold to the Innkeeper; a deal already exists with the local providers, who have exclusive delivery rights. And obviously nothing from the Inn can be sold to people on the street.
I have tried to think of some other service the Inn might provide under the lodging category. I suppose under stabling I could add grooming the animal ... but I'll save a price for that until I can think of something else.
The prices here are higher than the same goods and materials purchased from the brewer or the fishmonger or elsewhere. The reason for that should be obvious.
But there isn't much else I can say ... we know how a hotel and a restaurant works.