After the dam broke, the lower forest and plains become flooded, slowly turning into swampy marshes. Many fled, abandoning homes and ancient places of worship. This grave was one such place.
Eight statues stand upon large stone pedestals watching over the grave, as well as the remaining coffins of heroes that used to line the ancient walkway.
Bronze plaques in front of the coffins tell the tales of heroes long dead. Now overgrown by small white flowers, this place has been long abandoned until recently when a battle was fought here, bodies of soldiers are scattered among the damp soil, their blood seeping into the ground and flames lick the brush.