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Inn Name Mod - Click to Download
Submitted by Soopermuse on 06.28.2007 (817 Downloads)
Version 1.0, This mod is simple and allows you to add some character to your towns.

With it you can have a different name for the inn in each town. Say, your first town is called pantstown and your second is called gapingville  you can have the inn in pantstown named "past town inn" and the inn in gapingville to be called "anman loves gaping holes inn"
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Posted by masterofollies on 06.29.2007
I don't need this mod, but congrats anyways. I won't vote a rating because I won't be using it.
Posted by Dragonking on 11.16.2007
You can also do the following:

In dk_towns you create a row called "inn".
In templates/towns.php you change rest at the inn into: rest at the {{inn}}.
In your database you can change the inn name. You can also make an admin option.

I did it this way.
Posted by ErRoR on 04.26.2010
thanks that mod worked
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