The Weeping Willow Inn is a front for Imperial Refugees to find a safe place. Rest their feet, wash their wounds, get medical attention all the while contracted with a member of the Thieves Guild to provide false paperwork that they can pass as ‘Nords’ or ‘Bretons’ to find a new homeland until the war is over. The papers giving the refugee a few writs of citizenship and past work experience to make it easier to meld into their chosen society.
“The Crystal Serpent, formerly owned and operated by Baroness Aililth Winmar, is finally reopened under new ownership in the trade city of Daggerfall. Many citizens venture in to purchase essential elixirs, while others merely seek to satisfy their curiosity. The quaint store offers an abundance of magical and ceremonial supplies.
There is a small notice board that is riddled with various papers. Patrons notice usually when exiting the shop. It has an old ad from the previous owner.”
Located downtown in the barony of Sebai, the Treasured Teas Tea House is run by a Dunmer with a flair for the exotic. This cozy tea house doubles as a sushi bar, and is a great place to relax and enjoy a nice cup of soothing, homemade brewed tea.
Built in a mountain pass between Skingrad and Arenthia the High Road Tavern is open every day all day for weary travelers, merchants, minstrels and yes even adventurers. It’s widely known among the locals that the owner sometimes has dangerous work for idle but moral folk.
A lecture and study hall for the Storm Mage’s Guild branch specializing in Dwemer Languages and Aylied Artifacts. Used as a classroom given the shared space of the mane hall.
Nazeem’s Cuisine is Redguard dining in Daggerfall with private booths for two as well as larger dining spaces for larger parties and an open kitchen that allows the guests to watch the show as they wait for their food.