Friday, January 8, 2016


73 KITCHEN. The gnolls employ hobgoblins and goblins to make their dinners, because they can't be troubled to do it themselves and they don't trust slaves.

2 Hobgoblin Cooks (AC 5; MV 9”; HD 1+1; hp 4, 9; #AT 1; D Broad sword; XP 28, 38)

5 Goblin Assistants (AC 6; MV 6”; HD 1-1; hp 6, 1, 3, 1, 2; #AT 1; D Short sword; XP 16, 11, 13, 11, 12)

Each hobgoblin has 2d4 gold crescents, 3d6 silver spanners, and 3d8 copper pieces. Each goblin has 2 to 17 (3d6-1) silver spanners and 1 to 22 (3d8-2) copper pieces.

The cooks might be relaxing (30%), preparing a meal (20%), or yelling at the goblins to do their work (50%). If they are yelling, they will be unable to surprise adventurers under normal circumstances.

This room is equipped with large stove in the east wall, which has good ventilation. The room is well stocked with salt, pepper, sugar, and other common spices and additives. The usual items found in a kitchen (pots, pans, skillets, cutlery, etc.) are here, most hanging from hooks. The food they prepare is generally bread and meat, with very few vegetables and those mainly fed to the slaves. Their favorite method of preparing food is frying and grilling and there is a large amount of cooking oil stored in this room.

This room also serves as the sleeping quarters for the cooks and assistants. They sleep on simple cots.

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