Sleepy Little Township
The barkeep looks like a dwarf, standing merely 4 1/2 feet tall with thick reddish brown curly hair and beard. He drags a small stool behind him, climbing onto it to service guests at the counter.
The saloon itself smells smokey and woody. A fireplace with protective metal grate sits in the middle of the left wall. A moderate pile of aged and chopped wood is stacked neatly next to kindling and a large wooden bucket of dried thatch. A flint and steel hang from a hook on the wall. A pile of dirty and smokey blankets sit on the other side, collecting warmth from the fire. They become smokey from being carried outside to the Raubsville Fire Pits.
A short [ shaped bar with stools lies at the far wall, of standard table height. Shelves line the walls with various spirits. The entrance is an opening under the bar top which Barian can walk under with a simple stoop. Several tables and chairs sit haphazardly about the room, some with smokey blankets lying across the backs.