The Cockatrice Inn is rather tavern than simple inn located on bridge that is in between Corvo Bianco Vineyard and Dun Tynne Castle in Toussaint. Constructing an Inn over a major Toussaint water way allows for both a bustling trade, and the easy offloading of goods, both paid-for and smuggled. Establishment's delicacy is crayfish chowder which taste and fragrance is favoured by travelers, peasents and even knights like Milton.
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- There was a time when the Cockatrice’s owner, Adam de Guy, loved to recount the tale of how the inn got its name. In his youth, his story went, he served as squire to a knight errant and together they defeated a bloodthirsty cockatrice. The beast’s head decorated the auberge’s entrance for many years until a certain traveler from Oxenfurt ascertained it was unfortunately but a rather amateurish hobbling together of pheasant, weasel and pig parts. His pride wounded, de Guy took down his trophy, but the inn kept its name.