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Alehouses, inns, barrooms, saloons, pubs, taprooms, bars, roadhouses, taverns...

Every world has its watering holes, those places where everyone knows your name (or at least one of your names). These are the places where characters plot their rebellions, conquests and adventures. In some circumstances, they can be the sites of a group’s fiercest and most memorable battles, not wielding swords and spells, but broken bottles and shattered chairs.

If you’re a friend of Wolf & Raven Games, you may have even witnessed one burning to the ground. Mages, fireballs, whiskey, and wood...  very bad.

This is our tribute to these inns and taverns: the unsung yet unforgettable settings for countless adventures and debacles.

Contained in these pages is the outline for a tavern or inn, along with all the information to use it at your gaming table, waiting for you and your players to breathe life into it. Included are high-resolution maps, sized to be printed and used as battlemats, as well as a ZIP archive that includes hi-res JPG versions of the maps for use with Virtual Tabletop software.

There’s also a table for naming your dens of ill-repute and even rules for running a business, in case one of your players decides she wants to contribute to the local economy... or maybe even retire from her life of adventuring.

Hey, stranger things have happened.


High-resolution versions of the maps from this product are available in a separate ZIP archive that will be available for download once you purchase the product.


K2 Games has recently metamorphosed into Wolf & Raven Games.  We will endeavor to continue producing high-quality, useful supplements for Pathfinder and other systems.

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November 26th, 2012
The following review was originally posted at Roleplayers Chronicle and can be read in its entirety at Classic Encounters Revisited: The Inn special [...]
November 3rd, 2012
The Inn is a well written, reusable encounter area. The maps are nicely done, very attractive. The Inn could be used simply for a short encounter, such as passing through town looking for info, as an oft frequented establishment or even a base of ope [...]
November 2nd, 2012
Does anyone remember ‘The Shady Dragon Inn’, real ‘old-school’, and this is in the same mould, but it is so much more. For a busy guy who runs his own game, this is perfect; it ticks all the right boxes. I can just put this anywhere in my campa [...]
November 2nd, 2012
Wow ... A very good piece for a GM's toolbox. It has a history, three great looking maps, descriptions, NPC's, many adventure seeds and extra trimmings like gambling, bar sports and of course ... drinking :) Excellent piece of work [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on November 02, 2012.