|Size||2 x 1|
|Skill(s) RequiredSpecific needed skills.<br>The default skills every Heartling starts off with, Oral Tradition, Primitive Tools & Wilderness Survival), are ignored.||Stone Working|
|Object(s) Required||A Beautiful Dream! x2, Stone x20|
|Can be Lifted||No|
|Hit Points||Yes (value unknown)|
|Go to Objects|
|uild > rave Cairn|
A Grave Cairn may be used to bury your ancestor's body. Or its skeleton and skull, together or separately. Burying the skeleton returns 35% of the ancestor's stats, and burying the skull gives another 10%. You bury by lifting the skeleton and right click the grave with it.
Thus: If you have buried your ancestor entirely you inherit up to 45% of his stats total. Known skills are converted to their LP cost and inherited as LP. If you have already leveled beyond your ancestor when burying him, you receive no immediate benefit from the burial. Anyone can bury a skeleton, and the heir will receive the benefit regardless of who buried the ancestor. Smashing an occupied cairn will destroy the skeleton.
You may put flowers on the grave.
Note: to get the stats and lp from burial, you have to inherit by visiting the graveyard at character creation screen and clicking the "inherit" button before you burn in fire, spawning a new character.
Primary stone: headstone.
Secondary stone: ground slab.
Tertiary stone: round pebbles.
- The corpse's stats will affect the quality of Mandrake Roots that spawn on the grave.
- The first character in a bloodline may always inherit without inheritance timer. Not glorious, but perhaps OK. Bring on the slave alts." >"
- "Death Mechanic Rework" in [Verify: Current page content not checked against this patch.] .
- Added Grave Cairn. You may bury your ancestor's skeleton and skull, together or separately. Burying the skeleton returns 20% of the ancestor's stats, and burying the skull gives another 10%." >"