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Another four-year old map (roughly), this map shows both a side and top view of the old tomb and constructions under the standing stone circle known locally as the Holden Stones.

The Holden Stones got their name from Monseigneur Holden, a priest of the stars who spent a decade studying these stones and their astrological significance about forty years ago. The longer lived races remember the stones as the Halefrost Circle, and even more elderly beings (a few dragons and extra-planar entities) remember stories of their creation to draw forth the purity of law into the forming world.

Beneath the Holden Stones

Beneath the Holden Stones

Beneath the Holden Stones was drawn freehand in pencil on white paper and was then lost, found, scanned and then extremely contrast-enhanced to be posted here.