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6. Younger Servant’s Quarters
- Home to three relatively attractive women of varying ethnic stock,these rooms are surprisingly well furnished. The servants have their own beds as well as dressers withmirrors and a supply of makeup. If questioned, these maidservants will cheerfully express their admiration of and gratitude towards Amrill. The reality of their situation is far bleaker. Each has a closefamily member, some of which are children living as slaves in Litashi-ishi-durbaz. If any of themaidservants were to do anything to endanger the spymaster’s mission, their family members would begruesomely tortured and killed. Indeed, the young ladies would most definitely do everything in their power to protect Amrill and preserve his secrets. Also, Amrill would not be against using any or all of the servants as hostages or human shields if necessary.
7. Older Servant’s Quarters
- Two elderly women live together in this sparsely furnished room. Thereis little here aside from two cots and a small chest for clothes. The duties of these two women differ greatly from those of the other three maidservants. They do all of the cooking and clothes washing aswell taking care of the horses. The younger maids do the lighter house cleaning so as not to sully their looks.
The two elderly servants usually spend most of their days here. Doing all of the cooking for the entire household can be a time consuming chore. This kitchen is like most others. A cutting tabledominates the center of the room while a stove sits off to one side. Cabinets are built into the walls tohold foodstuffs, dinnerware and other sundry items. There is nothing of interest here.
entire households’ food supply is kept here. Most is dry and can keep for quite awhile,however fresh meat and fish is kept here also. Like the kitchen, there is nothing of interest here.
Amrill has close to a dozen full-time caravansaries working for him at all times. Thesemen are mostly from Angmar and its client states much like the guardsmen who protect the compound.One difference, though, is that the caravansaries have not been entrusted with the fact that Amrill is anagent of the Witch-king. They merely believe that he is an unscrupulous trader who is sendingshipments to the realm of Angmar. They are paid well to keep their mouths shut and they haven’t a careor a clue as to what Amrill’s true motives are. If questioned, they will be unable to give any informationabout the Umbarean spy’s’ methods or secrets. When in town waiting for the next caravan to beassembled, they stay in Amrill’s house. Now that all caravans to the east have been put on hold themajority of the caravan guards are here. They are at his beck and call and will do most anything for himfor the right price, including murder. This lot is looked down upon in most quarters of the city. There arecurrently 3 caravansaries here and they keep their meager possessions (10-30 sp) on their person at alltimes.
This room also houses 3 caravansaries much like room #10.
12. Common Room-
A large table stands in the center of this room. Cards, dice and other gamingaccessories lie about the table, as do empty ale tankards and eating utensils. This is the common roomfor the guardsmen and caravansaries and they spend much of their free time in here getting drunk andeating. A dartboard and keg fill out the sparsely furnished room.
Much like room #10, this room houses 4 caravansaries.
A sturdy wooden (locked, Hard –10 to open) door protects the arms and armor of thehousehold. Most of the warriors in the townhouse keep their weapons on their person, but a reserve iskept here also. Mostly consisting of arrows and spears the weapons are all of average make. Most havenever seen action but are still kept in good condition. Grinding stones, oils and other preservative itemsare kept here also.