Riders of Destiny
Since the Paynim are nomadic they do not bury the dead but burn them on large funeral pyres. However there is a place where the honored dead are laid to rest. To find it you must find and follow a fissure in the central plains that winds its way down deeper into the ground ending in a limestone boxed canyon. The walls of the canyon are forty feet high and riddled with caves. Starting at the entrance to the canyon and marking a circle round it, are stones laid out in the shape of a medicine wheel with a stone slab at its center. A desiccated skeletal body lies atop the slab in its funerary garb. One final detail, it is of course haunted.
Additional information can be gathered with a Knowledge Geography or Religion
DC 15 – As nomads, the Paynim tend not to bury their dead and instead cremate them on funeral pyres wherever they happen to be in their roaming.
DC 20 – Instead of being burned in a funeral pyre as usual, Isil was actually interred in the sacred burial grounds at the end of the Trail of Honored Spirits. The burial grounds are rumored to be cursed and protected by the spirits of the dead from intrusion.