The lizardfolk of the Throl tribe have been using this river cave for their honoured dead for untold ages. You can see their descent from mighty rulers of this region to the near-refugee status they have today through the ages of the tombs. The main section of ancient tombs is for the six great elders of antiquity, each entombed in a silver sarcophagus sealed with gold and bound with lead and then placed in an ornately carved stone tomb.
Further back into the cave, the smell of decomposition and the insects give away how things are today. The final cave contains seven smaller sealed stone sarcophagi each containing the head of a great leader of the Throl Tribe. In the natural pit watched over by these “heads in a box” are the…
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