Named for a tall pile of rocks left in a meadow. The town was built by magical means to provide new homes for refugees in short order in that meadow. It gives the original streets and buildings a very uniform appearence. Most of the stones were taken for building materials afterwards, before becoming a shrine. It now commemorates the lands and those lost to the conflicts which displaced the settlers of Leasia. Ribbons, tiles, plaques and painted stones decorate it. The more ambitious sometimes take pebbles from the Cairn before adventuring back to thier homelands, often collecting more along the way. The few that make thier way back to Leasia add these collections with a ceremony called the Stonetelling. They tell the story of thier leaving and thier adventure, heroic or ignoble, while placing each pebble.