this small tavern was located in Capital City, on Omman, and was owned by the man named Feyodor. One of its most famous attractions was the cascading waterfall of lights which graced the wall behind the bar. The artwork also served a more devious role, as each light indicated the presence of a certain smuggler, bounty hunter, or pirate. If the light was on, the individual was in the area and looking for work. Other lights in the waterfall indicated that certain clients had a job to offer. Color-coding represented need, status, and occupations required. Blue indicated a veteran, while red was a warning that the individual was a risk. Green meant the being was available, and white indicated that the being was pratically a living legend. Yellow meant a deal was in progress, but could be broken as the contract hadn't been signed.