Though Durlach slew him in the Dead Circles, Thilgon's companions recovered the body of their captain and set it to rest in the upper reaches of Morgoth's Well.Here it stood as a warning to the overbold who would dare the depths of the Fire Veils or of Durlach's Prison.

This simple but well-crafted tomb Was built of natural stone and rock. The entrance was blocked by a large, heavy slab. Thilgon's remains lay upon a raised shelf opposite the door.

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