NOTICE: Report submitted. See the read-only Google Doc or fileBeacon Hall Quarterly Request January 2021.pdf. This page is now locked.

Bugs

[Brewpub, Royalty Suite]

  • The blackboard is evidently from House Sylvanfair and not Beacon Hall Archive's.

[Beacon Hall, Brewpub Taproom]

  • Mood messaging was switched off or deleted?
  • The room is perpetually in Daytime mode.

A small favor

Fruit salad

There are two "a cup of fresh fruit salad" items in our pantry. One has taste messaging reflecting freshness, but the other has flavor messaging suggesting syrup. However, as item orders inverse sometimes, it's hard to know which one is which. Can we make the appropriate one "a cup of syrupy fruit salad"?

IP Requests

LOOK for a low stone pub peeks out of one of the drifts

Located in [Icemule, Winterberry Park].

  • look pub

The pub is constructed of natural granite rocks fit together snugly, and the cracks are filled with a rough mortar. Snow largely covers the roof, while wavy snowdrifts bank upon the left and right sides. A sign reading, "The Blood Eagle" overhangs a large round door, which is beset by a pair of sizable winterberry bushes. Numerous small round windows are interspaced along the facade. Below, winterberry shrubs in various stages of growth are planted in repurposed wooden beer casks.

LOOK description for windows

Outside

Windows are added in the above description of the pub. We want to make them functional, if possible.

  • look windows

The clear leaded glass in the small round windows is divided into four smaller panes by horizontal and vertical cames. In the center where the panes would meet, there is instead a small diamond of stained glass with each window bearing a different color. Each window is surrounded by a sturdy wooden frame embedded in the stone wall.

Inside

[Beacon Hall, Brewpub Taproom] already has Small, round windows in the room description. We want to make them functional.

  • look windows

The clear leaded glass in the small round windows is divided into four smaller panes by horizontal and vertical cames. In the center where the panes would meet, there is instead a small diamond of stained glass with each window bearing a different color. Each window is surrounded by a sturdy wooden frame with a copper latching mechanism built in, allowing the windows to be swung open in pleasant weather.

Bi-directional PEERing window activation

We like to activate the above windows as interactive items, with the ability to PEER WINDOW and get the familiar-type espionage both directions between [Icemule, Winterberry Park] and [Beacon Hall, Brewpub Taproom].

BOO!
BOO!

Storage crate at IMT

We would like a public storage container in the [Beacon Hall, Beer Garden], hidden under some blackened stone benches (already a functional item).

New crate design

a row of wooden crates

  • look crates

Numerous small wooden crates are crammed under the benches and partly covered in snow. The image of winterberries on the stem is printed on the visible sides of all the crates with tidy Halfling script arching above them. One of the crates is missing its lid. A vellum note is nailed to the side of a sealed crate.
There appears to be something written on it.

  • read crates

In the Halfling language, it reads:
Weekly delivery to The Stone Eye.

These are inspired as a kind of mirror image of the crates found near the Warren (see References below).

References

Extant version of Garden benches

  • look bench

The stone benches are covered in a thick layer of black soot. In spite of the blackened surfaces, clearly-defined carvings remain visible in the backings. On the right side of each bench, a massed horde of krolvin and trolls approaches the middle, which is in the shape of an elaborate drawbridge suspended over a gorge. Opposed to these forces on the left side of each bench are battlements set with a small force of heavily armored soldiers interspersed with wavy, almost phantasmal troops.

  • look under bench

There is nothing under there.

Crates near the Warren

[Smuggler's Tunnels, Storage]
Torch light casts shadows across the cavern that stretch onwards to the west. Single drops of water fall from the ceiling into a small puddle on the cavern floor offering a resounding plinking noise every so many minutes. The chamber is haphazardly filled with various containers and crates. Against one wall are three small wine casks set beside a makeshift weapon rack with muddy tracks leading from one to the other, then out of the cavern.
Obvious exits: east, west

  • look crates

A number of small wooden crates are stacked haphazardly atop one another. The image of winterberries on the stem is printed on the sides of all the crates with neat Halfling script curving above them. A paper note is nailed to the top of the crates.
There appears to be something written on it.

  • read crate

In the Halfling language, it reads:
Weekly delivery to Tartifacts Bakery.


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