For other uses, see Samarys Ancestral Tomb.

Samarys Ancestral Tomb is a medium-sized ancestral tomb in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

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The tomb can be found to the northwest of Seyda Neen There is a shrine to St. Veloth here. There are five undead guardians in the tomb. The loot is pretty good, consisting of a potion, a couple scrolls, and a few ingredients. There is an urn that also contains the Mentor's Ring, the key to Lord Brinne's chest and Lord Brinne's ashes.

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  • Lord Brinne was the online name of Bill Iburg, an Elder Scrolls fan who passed away unexpectedly during Morrowind's development. His urn and ashes were placed in-game as a tribute. Lord Brinne also received similar homage in other games that were in development at the time, including Might and Magic VIII, Deus Ex and Ultima IX: Ascension.[1]

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