The tomb of Cithenth’s, Light’s Shadow is a dark and dismal place. It is accompanied by the scent of mold and a slight decay. The braziers inside constantly burn with a magical flame, casting dim light throughout.
These double doors our quite ornate being made of stone with silver and onyx inlay. They depict a large dragon with a shadowed version below it. Tyrnill Sylences has cast Arcane Lock on the door, allowing only senior temple officials entrance. The door can be opened with a DC 25 thieves tools check or by uttering the password, “Currinth.”
This statue depicts the deceased Curramane Tsingrelle. A DC 13 history check reveals any information on the linked page. Elves have advantage on the check.
Currasant Amunias Silverblade
That statue depicts the deceased Currasant Amunias Silverblade.” A DC 13 history check reveals any information on the linked page. Elves have advantage on the check.
Bones of the Dead
These bones belong to Crithenth, Lights Shadow. A DC 11 History Check reveals any information on the linked page. Some of the bones seem afflicted with a strange black rot.
Ghost of the Past
A specter awaits in the back of the room, looking much like the statue from #2. The major difference is the ghosts throat is slit and it’s chest displays a black rash. It is Curramane Tsingrelle, who is the self appointed guardian of the tomb.
In truth, this elf was responsible for the death of the Dragon God. Crithenth, Lights Shadow had been inflicted with a strange rotting disease that seemed to effect the mind as much as it did the body. It was a parting gift from demon kind after their defeat. The dragon became more evil by the day and had begun vocally plotting against the elves.
Tsingrelle poisoned the Dragon God and convinced the temple not to speak on their death until after the body had been interred. Soon after, the elf found the rot had spread to them. They took their own life.
Tsingrelle knows that this is all happening again. Drugal, Bringer of Wrath has a small patch of the rot that has begun on their stomach. If defeated, the ghost elf will hint at this as they pass from this realm.
Tsingrelle worries that the PCs have entered the tomb to try and raise the dead dragon. As such, they immediately attack, spouting maddened renditions of the truth above as they do so.