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- At Belgaard Vineyard, a famous act of poisoning once occurred which took the lives of a large gang of bandits who were ransacking the area. The folk charged with cleaning up in the aftermath originally planned to burn the bodies, but one pious soul thought even rotten dung-diddlers such as they deserve better. He thus paid for their bodies to be laid to rest in a small cemetery: Mère-Lachaiselongue. Later, Sir Ramon of Gichon died a martyr’s death here while trying to get rid of the bandits’ constantly returning wraiths.
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|Antoine de Faint-Exuperly||Known as the Big Prince
Could make even a dead fish laugh
|Bartolomeo Novak||Brought smiles to people's faces|
|Caroleena Staheera||"What's the pleasure in slaughtering a weakling? If you wish to draw blood, draw it from a king."|
|Charles Pyz'yack||Felt 60% was not enough, so he gave 61%. Behold the result.|
|Cinnga Krez'el||Artist and Alchemist
Could kill foes with a single gaze and stop time. Dreamed of traveling to other worlds
|Conrrad Tomashckievich||Made up stories and bossed people around, when all he ever really wanted in life was to fly|
|Count Bartollo var Ochmann||"The night before keeps knocking, my head weeps from its constant stalking."|
|Dominique Gonsierovsky||Loved accounting tables. That was the death of her.|
|Gaspar "Daffi" Shymchak||Ladies' Man|
|Gerome la Marten||Equerry to the duquessa|
|Gregor Sadinsky||Athlete extraordinaire
Liked to carry great weights, but got a little carried away
|Igor von Sar'zynsky||Every inch an artist|
|Jacob de Chamois||b. 1186
Neither drank nor smoke, yet still up and died.
Good riddance. May the Prophet Lebioda give him a noogie in the afterlife.
|Jacob Voznyackovsky||Might not have been the smartest, might not have been the fairest, but he always gave a solid 60%|
|Jymm Morrisonn||Conjuror. Half man, half lizard|
|Kaytoni Kapustinsky||Knew how to brighten up even the cloudiest day
Virtuoso in every key
|Lucas Babb'yel||Honorary blood donor. Gave five liters to a vampire, then perished.|
|Lucas Slyvva||Mistook Belhaven for Roggeven
Warped time and space
|Lucca Horr'zelsky||A "hockeyist."
Skated upon lakes, stopping others from knocking coal into special nets. Froze to death.
|Madeleine Sadd'kovska and Matias Bylsky||She a ballerina, he a voltigeur
Partied so hard, they perished from exhaustion
Died from an overextension of the mandibles, thinking she was a cow
|Martin Blah'ha||"Told you I was sick."|
|Martina Lippins'ka||Engineer and pug lover
Solved the most obtuse technical problems in the duchy with the grace of a ballerina
|Matiey Pyetrass||A sculptor of time and space|
|Mayo Mayevksy||Known as the "Gamer's Gamer"
Told things like they were before it was popular. That's what killed him.
|Michael Novakovsky||Art patron
Stuck his big nose in everywhere
|Monique Glyn'necka||One-legged dancer
Rumored to have been a succubus. Yet who's ever seen a succubus with only one hoof?
|Natalie Mrooz||Duches Ademarta's court sorceress
Granted the wishes of the common folk
|Ola||Her (sic) lies Ola, mother of Plegmund, taken from us too soon
Protect us, o Lebioda, from the torment of preprodcution (sic)!
|Pablo O'Hotzky||"Do not be sad because of people. They will all die."|
|Pablo Vilcoss||Tilled the fields of Beauclair
Died to the sound of music
Spoke enthusiastic if ungrammatical Nilfgaardian
|Pavel "Banana" Panasyuk||Creator of pumpkinball – a game popular in Angren, in which teams strive to toss pumpkins into baskets|
|Pavel Sasco||A man of small stature and enormous spirit
Was a hearty and fiery dancer. Sadly, he forgot to eat – and perished.
Loved to come and go
Was killed by the children he abandoned
Was able to raise the dead
|Pierre Montcresson-Melleroy II||Bard, cook, ping-pong player|
|Primislavus Voojc'yk||Heroic hunter of insects and pests
Spent his whole life exterminating bugs, now he lies in the earth among them
|Roberto and Yustinna Malynosky||They loved each other to death|
|Sar'rah Gruemm'er||Left home and died|
|Sebastien Callemby||Leader of a hanse noted for its graceful movements
"Pain is fleeting, glory is forever"
"All I need's a sliver, and I can make you a better table than you've ever dreamed of!"
|Stanislavus Yust||Produced a great deal and died of overproduction|
|Steeve "Steffy" Kny'bihlie||He was supposed to be a killer, but became an artist|
Died fighting with word and blade
|Urshulla Chapnic||Relentless in her pursuit of perfection|
- This landmark references the very popular Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris in which are buried some of the greatest artists like Chopin, Molière, Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde to name few.
- One of the tombstones belongs to Jymm Morrisonn, a reference to the famous singer and songwriter Jim Morrison. The inscription on the stone reads "Conjuror. Half man, half lizard", referring to the fact that one of Morrison's nicknames was "The Lizard King".
- One of the tombstones belongs to Antoine de Faint-Exuperly, a reference to the famous French writer and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The inscription reads The Big Prince 1200-1244, which refers to his famous children's book The Little Prince (Le Petit Prince) and the date to his actual death at 44 years old.