It Started With a Kidnapped Pig...
Once a hilltop wayside inn, this site has become a walled community of ramshackle, often-rebuilt wooden towers and buildings now entirely covering a hill that overlooks the village of Womford across the river.
Bargewright Inn reeks of manure and mud. It houses all the tradesmen and artisans who service horses, oxen and wagons, as well as horse and oxen dealers. It has inns, stables and warehouses, and two concentric rings of high protective walls with gates that are firmly closed and barred at night.
Bargewright Inn is governed by plutocracy of business owners. The unofficial leader is Chalaska Muruin, the female human reported to be terse, cold-eyed “Senior Sword” and master of the gate guards.
The largest inn, The Old Bargewright, was recently rebuilt as a substantial stone structure with thick walls, secret passages, and private chambers separated from nearby rooms by sealed-off passages. Innkeeper Nalaskur Thaelond keeps careful watch over who comes and goes from his inn.