In the sacred halls of our ancestors, we are reminded why we hold so strong to our ways. Each tomb is a lesson granted to us. Their greatest feats and their most dire circumstances, all recorded so future generations can venerate and reflect.
The Mausoleums of the Parisan are ancient underground structures that were created to not only inter the deceased, but to immortalize lineages and document history. These grand halls are built beneath the estates of families, carved through the Jhoutai Table Coral into long winding corridors leading to massive chambers. It is within the massive chambers that the dead are enshrined and their stories are compiled on their tombs.
There is a great power to being able to see how your family dealt with their most trying times. That ability is part of what makes us strong as a Kind.