[Saltfisher Inn, Common Room]
Fishing acoutrements of all types fill the walls of this humble inn. A large trout sits stuffed and displayed over the entrance, while assorted nets and ships' pulleys cover the ceiling. Harwell Dryfoot, the inn's owner, paces back and forth between the bar and the fire. Thankfully, Harwell's menu does not include fish, though the smell from the nearby pier tends to permeate the food anyway. You also see a roughly etched wooden menu, a wooden door, a long bar with a goat-meat potpie on it, and Harwell Dryfoot.