A gravel path leads you out of the hamlet of Osengard and into the forest, where after some minutes travel you arrive at a grand entrance way to the tomb of Marog the black. Three pillars stand before you, flanked by stone gargoyles with black glistening stones for eyes.
When entering this place of eternal rest you pass many smaller tombs of subjects of Marog, some smashed or broken into. In the larger gallery a weeping statue stands grasping a bowl.
The hallway continues on deeper into the mountainside, taking you past a large silver lined chest and pottery. After gaining the stairs, you finally reach his tomb, that of lord Marog the black. Unlike the other tombs no damage has been caused to this tomb of old.