The Inn of the Clowns was a weak establishment that was once a fine place, located in the village of Bloodstone. The symbol of the inn was a battered sign of a clown juggling bottles of wine. The Inn of the Clowns was once renowned all throughout the Kingdom of Damara. The inn once housed grand entertainment and hospitality to traders far and wide, even rumored to attract the attention of nobility from far away. By the time of 1357 DR, this was no more. The war with the Kingdom of Vaasa had taken its toll on Bloodstone Village.[1]



  1. Douglas Niles and Michael Dobson (1985). Bloodstone Pass. (TSR, Inc), p. 14. ISBN 978-0394548562.