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In ancient Arlathan, statues like this honoured the creators. This particular example was found by Tamlen and The Warden in ruins that looked more human than elven, so this particular statue may post-date Arlathan. If Tamlen is asked further about the statue, he will say it looks like one he saw a picture of in the Keeper's scrolls that was labelled "Friend of the Dead" - ie Falon'Din.
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