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And while our crew from Part 1 is getting the food set up, the staff of the Wyvern's Head, the local tavern, is preparing refreshments. 

Friar Stone (brewing consultant and beer enthusiast) and Jock Jockson the Barkeep hoist some furnishings around. 




Kellerman the brewer starts delivering kegs. (Stonehaven Dwarf Brewer)


A couple of the barmaids and tapsters, Poppy Cloverlocks and Mary Muggs, show up to help with the prep work.


With the beer and cider ready and the cooks finishing up, we move some food to the bar area.

A couple more waitstaff get ready for a busy night schlepping food and ale. (The blonde is from a Nolzur's 2-pack.)





Our barkeeps are ready for the rush.


And here's the whole jolly crew! (Jock is being as jolly as he gets here.)

A round or two with the cooks and suppliers, and let the revelries begin!

Good wishes and good feasting to all this harvest season!


A few other angles.










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Thanks, everyone! This, too, has been brewing a while. 

On 11/26/2021 at 9:28 AM, Evilhalfling said:

that is a great scene!  I am really impressed. 

is there a animated gingerbread man in one of the crowd scenes?  awesome. 

Thanks! Yes, WoTC did a Free RPG Day thing involving a Candy Witch cottage, and the gingerbread mini-golem came with that. I thought he'd do well as the baker's assistant.


On 11/26/2021 at 8:35 AM, Chaoswolf said:

Another great scene; good job!


What did you get all of the potion bottles and other bar top items?

Thank you!

Some of them came from the bar set, but mostly a couple of Nolzur's Wizard's Library sets (lot of bottles, lot of books, a couple bookends). The rest of the books and bottles went to various Miskatonic University displays. 

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