The Evening Star lives up to its dazzling name, displayed as one of the more pleasant sights in Rauru. A simple but elegant inn, it hosts little in the ways of anything else. You will find no crowded tavern bar here, instead a small homey kitchen and cozy common room with an ancient but sturdy fireplace and hearth in the center. The decorations are ornate but dark like nighttime. Shining silver and gold colored adornments give a light sparkle to the place like the stars would brighten up the night sky. The rooms both upstairs and on the ground floor are as cozy as the common room that offer plenty of comfort, peace and quiet for everyone who stays here. Despite all the glamour and elegance, the innkeeper is a kindly man named Isaac who offers a fair price to anyone wanting a room for a night or a week. --- Leading the way to the inn, Tiketh was ever as cheerful and chatty as he had been the whole day thus far. "I think you'll like this place. They have great food and soft, warm beds. If it were possible to live here, I think I just might have to consider it. I know the innkeeper well enough and he knows me as well. We're pretty close really, almost friends." Well at least they knew each other and had seen one another more than enough times to be considered acquaintance and for Tiketh to be thought of as a "regular" around the place. Stepping inside, the innkeeper spotted him straight off and waved a greeting. "Benjamin!" he called, "Wonderful for you to come back! Long time no see. How have you been holding up?" "Uh.. about as well as I could be, Isaac," he answered, "Look, we'll be needing a room or two for the night, a bath, and some meals?" "Pew! Just in time, too!" Isaac waved a hand, "You look filthy. Where've you been?" "...You could say I was digging in the desert," he answered with a helpless laugh, "Look. A doctor should be coming by later as well. When he arrives, point him my way?" "Of course. Are you alright, Ben?" After telling the innkeeper not to worry, the man jerked a thumb down the main hall. "The baths are down at the end," he explained, "Help yourself and take your time." Excellent. That just made his day just then. Spirits heightened, Tiketh stretched his arm out as far as he could, "Should we hit the baths then? I'm dying to get cleaned up and not smell like death on a holiday."