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4th Aug '16 11:36:54 PM PaulA
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** Vlad sees two such sign on inns/pubs in ''Jhegaala'' and refers to them by their signage. However, the locals call the first pub by the owner's name.

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** Vlad sees two such sign on inns/pubs in ''Jhegaala'' ''Literature/{{Jhegaala}}'' and refers to them by their signage. However, the locals call the first pub by the owner's name.
4th Aug '16 11:22:17 PM PaulA
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** In the prequels featuring Khaavren, a scholar from the capital opens a pub in the countryside, ''doesn't'' do this, and has to have it explained to him that nobody in the area can read.

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** In the prequels featuring Khaavren, Literature/KhaavrenRomances, a scholar from the capital opens a pub in the countryside, ''doesn't'' do this, and has to have it explained to him that nobody in the area can read.
2nd Aug '16 12:04:29 PM Nentuaby
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The "animal" can also be a monster (which may or may not be mythological in-universe, depending on the setting), and in futuristic/space settings it can include aliens.

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The "animal" can also be a monster (which may or may not be mythological in-universe, depending on monster-- this is particularly popular in fantasy settings to show the setting), difference in what creatures people consider familiar. They don't actually ''have'' to be "real," though; dragons and unicorns are popular creatures for this trope right here in the real world. In futuristic/space settings it can include aliens.
aliens, too.
2nd Aug '16 11:59:39 AM Nentuaby
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In fantasy settings the "animal" can be a monster, and in futuristic/space settings it can include aliens.

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In fantasy settings the The "animal" can also be a monster, monster (which may or may not be mythological in-universe, depending on the setting), and in futuristic/space settings it can include aliens.
25th Jul '16 2:23:55 AM Arivne
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* Creator/LeoFrankowski's ''[[Literature/TheCrossTimeEngineer The Cross-Time Engineer]]'' series has The Pink Dragon topless bar.
14th Jul '16 6:22:04 AM Arivne
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** The TabletopGame/{{Planescape}} setting adventure ''In the Abyss''. The Grinning Imp is a small tavern in the city of Sigil that sells drinks from all over the multiverse.

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** The TabletopGame/{{Planescape}} setting adventure setting
*** Original boxed set, booklet "Sigil and Beyond". The town of Plague-Mort exists just outside the Abyss. The Golden Griffon tavern is the favorite hangout of the town militia.
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''In the Abyss''. The Grinning Imp is a small tavern in the city of Sigil that sells drinks from all over the multiverse.
30th May '16 12:34:30 AM Arivne
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** The 1977 Holmes Basic D&D boxed set. In the sample dungeon the {{PC}}s could gather in the Green Dragon Inn (thus making this an early example of YouAllMeetInAnInn). The Green Dragon also appeared in one of Holmes' Boinger and Zereth stories: "The Sorceror's Jewel" in Dragon magazine #46.

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** Basic D&D boxed sets
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The 1977 Holmes Basic D&D boxed set.version. In the sample dungeon the {{PC}}s could gather in the Green Dragon Inn (thus making this an early example of YouAllMeetInAnInn). The Green Dragon also appeared in one of Holmes' Boinger and Zereth stories: "The Sorceror's Jewel" in Dragon ''Magazine/{{Dragon}}'' magazine #46.#46.
** The 1983 Mentzer version continued the tradition. In the introductory adventure provided in the Dungeon Master's Rulebook, the {{PC}}s [[YouAllMeetInAnInn all meet at the Gold Dragon Inn]].
2nd May '16 12:33:31 AM Arivne
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* ''Film/TrueGrit''. While talking with Mattie Ross about his past life, Rooster Cogburn mentions that he once bought an "eating place" (restaurant) called the Green Frog.
18th Apr '16 6:12:38 PM Arivne
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In fantasy settings the "animal" can be a monster, and in futuristic/space settings it can include aliens.






*** ''Volo's Guide to the Dalelands''. Inns: The Black Horse, The White Hart. Taverns: The Drunken Lion, The Thirsty Pig

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*** ''Volo's Guide to the Dalelands''. Festhalls: The Lonely Mermaid. Inns: The Black Horse, The White Hart. Rental storage: Dunstable's Sleeping Cat. Taverns: The Drunken Lion, The Thirsty PigPig.
27th Mar '16 5:14:34 PM IncoG5nito
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* ''Series/BarRescue'', naturally, with the Dirty Rooster as one of the bars to be rescued.



* The famous 6th Street in Austin, Texas is home to several of these - Chuggin' Monkey, Dirty Dog Bar, and Dizzy Rooster, to name a few.

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* The famous 6th Street in Austin, Texas is home to several of these - Blind Pig Pub, Chuggin' Monkey, Dirty Dog Bar, and Dizzy Rooster, to name a few.
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