|Store||The Lonely Suitor Lodge|
|Available||12am-1am, 5am-10pm every day|
|Rents Bed||10 gold|
|Sells||Ingredients, Potions (Food, Drink)|
|Faction(s)||Bravil - Lonely Suitor Lodge; Bravil|
Bogrum serves the tavern during the day, but at 10pm he has a meal until midnight. He will then resume offering his services to any potential customers for another hour before he goes to bed at 1am for four hours. He will always rent out beds and will sell food whenever he is not eating or sleeping.
When you enter his inn he will greet you by saying, "I'm Bogrum Gro-Galash, your host at the Lonely Suitor Lodge. It may not look like much outside, but that's just the weathered Bravil look." Asking him about his Bravil will have him request you help one of its residence if you have not already: "A local woman, Ursanne Loche, has a missing husband. She might appreciate some help from someone like you."
Asking him about renting a room at his inn will have him inform you of his current vacancy: "Yeah, I've got a room. 10 gold for the night. You sure you want it?" If you reply yes with the necessary funds to rent the sleeping quarters he will give you the room: "It's upstairs on the top floor. Only room I've got. I think both beds should be clean enough, so use whichever you prefer." If you request access to his room without at least ten gold pieces he will be aggravated by you pestering him: "I'm not running a charity here, you know? I need the gold, so you come back when you actually have it." If you change your mind at last second about renting the room he will accept your choice, and occasionally remind you to come back if you desire a room in the future. Asking him about the room you rented after renting the room will have him remind you that his hotel isn't the nicest in the world: "You've got what 10 gold will buy you. I never said it'd be a palace."
Despite the sparse surroundings of the inn, the townsfolk speak well of Bogrum's attempts to improve it, saying: "I think all Bogrum gro-Galash cares about is the Lonely Suitor Lodge. He really puts everything into it." and "The Lonely Suitor is a fine place. Bogrum gro-Galash is very focused on making it a success." Others will respond: "He obviously takes great pride in the lodge." and "The Lonely Suitor certainly seems to be a source of great pride for him."
- The prefix "Gro" in his last name is oddly capitalized.