Symbaroum - Atlas of Secrets
Ossuary of the Watchers
1 – West Room
The west room is an ossuary, with the far wall decorated in neatly arranged rows of bones and skulls. Each skull has a cuneiform symbol carved into the forehead; representing various forms of celestial objects.
Three sarcophagi sit in burial vaults. If opened, they contain the skeletal remains of 2 female and 1 male each is a wrapped in cloth and wearing a mask. These are the same three persons of the statues outside. Each has a name engraved in Symbaroum cuneiform (Nidur, Sumai, and Merodak).
These octagon rooms appear to have once been a library. In the ages since the downfall of Symbaroum the knowledge contained within the tomes have turned to dust.
This room has little of note, mostly just a few scattered vases.
4 – Library
This octagon room appear to have once been a library. In the ages since the downfall of Symbaroum the knowledge contained within the tomes have turned to dust.
5 – Secret Room
The secret room is an altogether different tone than the rest of the crypt. Darker and oppressive. The floor has geometric patterns intricately carved into the stone. These appear similar in nature to those found on the copper plates. They are stained dark however, with the grooves almost pitch black. The walls have crudely carved runes and symbols, lacking the intricacy and patterns found elsewhere.