In a small clearing in the woodlands that lie to the east of the Lunuin River can be found Arth-an-Calibor, or as it is more commonly known - Calibor’s Tomb.
The tomb itself consists of a well worn set of stone steps, flanked upon either side by the likeness of a sleeping lioness, that lead up to a bronze statue of a rearing horse. On the plinth upon which the magnificent beast stands is the inscription ‘Calibor Oborher’ (Calibor horse-master) in an elegant elvish script.
Calibor was a great captain of old, and it is said that he was one of the few knights that had stood at the High-king’s side in that battle before the gates of Gorgast, and lived to tell the tale.
Yet the wounds he received in that battle were grievous, and poison was in them; so it was that he also perished only a little while afterwards - upon the very site of his later tomb.
However, the tomb was not built until many years later (after the forces of the enemy were driven back beyond the mountains), and it is not clear if Calibor was interred beneath, or whether it is but a memorial to his former glory.
Whether the tomb is indeed Calibor’s resting place or not, beneath the monument can be found (if one should discover the hidden entance) several stone-clad rooms and passages that would serve as such. These chambers (if uncovered) would also make the perfect lair for various woodland beasts, unsavoury characters, or worse still, spies of the enemy.