Barrow of the Warrior Prince - A Toxandria Adventure
You must be cautious when you explore the hills. Not all of them are simple hills. Some are houses of the dead¸ and in some houses the dead walk.
-Jamys Abell¸ the First Knight
The adventurers arrive at a low hill. An ash tree grows from its top¸ and a clear¸ cold stream passes its base. At the foot of the hill is a large stone that used to cover the mouth of a cave. Or is it a cave? The stone and the cave entrance have tool marks on them.
Long ago the Esuvii laid to rest the warrior son of their chieftain in a tomb they carved from the bones of this hill. Outside¸ the world-and the Esuvii-moved on. The forests through which the prince had hunted were felled¸ the land put to the plough. During centuries of Empire¸ the hill transformed slowly¸ until it was covered with new foliage.
The tomb was forgotten...until the adventurers find it.