|Number of attacks||10|
|Strength||18 / 100|
|Items||Plate Mail, Medium Shield +1, Bastard Sword|
|“||What's this? New face in town, eh? Well met, stranger. The name is Hrothgar, originally of Hillsfar, but now, after years of traveling up, down, and under Faerûn, I am content to call this town my home. Who might you be?||”|
When you meet him in the Winter's Cradle Tavern, he will start the following dialogue: What's this? New face in town, eh? Well met, stranger. The name is Hrothgar, originally of Hillsfar, but now, after years of traveling up, down, and under Faerûn, I am content to call this town my home. Who might you be?
- 1:- Greetings, Hrothgar. My name is <CHARNAME>.
Well then, welcome to Easthaven. Whatever your business in these parts might be, I would offer you this small piece of advice: while you're in my town, you'd do well to be on your best behavior.
- 2:- Who I am is none of your concern.
A spirited one, eh? I like that. Well, whatever your business in these parts might be, I would offer you this small piece of advice: while you're in my town, you'd do well to be on your best behavior.
No matter which line you picked first, he will then say the following lines:
These folk are under my protection, and anyone who would seek to do harm to them in any way shall answer to me.
That said, I'll let you get back to your cups. I'm sure you've had a long journey, and you'll find there's no better way to shake off the cold of the road than by downing a few mugs of Grisella's best.
And if you're in need of lodging, I would recommend talking to Quimby over at the Snowdrift Inn, over on the east side of town.
Equipment and supplies can be purchased next door at Pomab's Emporium. Pomab's prices are a bit high - even for a Calishite, but you'd be better off well-equipped and short of coin than the other way around. Ill-prepared travelers don't last long in these parts.
Once you've had a chance to rest up and get your bearings, come by and see me at my house. It's just a couple doors west of here. There's some business I would discuss with you. Farewell.
Dialogue in his homeEdit
Well met, friend. And welcome to my home. Make yourselves comfortable, but try not to break anything. Many of these curiosities that you see lying about have... sentimental value.