Whispers of a Dead God
Lonely Goat Inn
The Lonely Goat Inn takes its name from a mounted goat head above the central fireplace in the tavern part of the Inn. No one agrees where the goat head came from or why it is mounted above the fireplace.
The Inn is a small complex consisting of the large inn itself, which has a well-stocked bar and dining area on the first floor and rooms of various comfort levels on the two top floors, a stable and stablemaster’s house/ supply shop, a central green with a gazebo and a well, and a small farm a short ways off with a field for fresh vegetables and grapevines, a pen and barn for livestock, and a rather large, private farmhouse.
A tiefling named Goren Balenonn runs the place. He has an affinity for making wine and strives to produce high-quality vintages from the grapes he buys from the nearby farm, which he then serves in the Inn.