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Old Graveyard Path
Lychfield Graveyard is an ancient, sprawling cemetery in Fable, Fable: The Lost Chapters, and Fable Anniversary. It serves as the final resting place for many of Albion's dead. The events of The Graveyard Path quest happen almost entirely on this map.
The Lychfield Graveyard is overrun by an almost infinite amount of annoyingly persistent undead, which is useful if you are trying to level up your hero. It is accessable from Headsman's Hill, and then you can teleport when you reach there.
The haunting resting place of generations.
- “You who peer down upon me, shall one day join me”
- “Here lies Owen Moore, who died owin’ more than he could pay”
- "Here lies Brom. Lost his family and his life to Bandits."
- “Here lies Kenneth Nin. Now available for children’s parties”
- “You scratch beneath the coffin lid. Thus we avenge your crimes upon us”
- “Anonymous. We’ll never forget you”
- "John and Sarah Miller - inseparable before the accident, moreso after."
- “K. Maller, Atheist. All dressed up and nowhere to go.”
- “Many thanks for wiping your feet”
- “Rover was a true friend and pet, but ran in thunderstorms when wet.”
- “For uncle Carl Kinby. You owe us.”
- "James Corun lies here, missed by none, mourned by less. We are glad you are gone."
- “Here lies Mr Zahn Rider. Now he is gone, he doesn’t seem so bad”
- This headstone is badly damaged. It reads, “My family paid the stonemason 5 gold for the headstone, What did I expect?”
- “And he sai: ‘Dance for us, atrocious nothing.’”
- “Cpt. J. Sparrow. A wind at your back forever, sir.”
- "The Knepp Family lies beneath. A warning to all who respect not Jack of Blades."
- “Blimey! It’s darker than I thought”
- “Here lies Nellie Sutter – the youngest of the Sutter family. Too young to die.”
- “Deacon Sutter now lieth – Nellie says goodbye.”
- “Katie Sutter – The Sutter’s Firstborn. You will be missed.”
- “Mary Sutter – A young bride and a good mother. Taken too soon.”
- “James Sutter – Tragic that a father should outlive his kin.”
- “And to prove I could take it with me, the ashes of my fortune were buried with my corpse. Ha!”
- "Yaggoth Sonnog - Sleeper in the Dark, wake and rise."
- “Here lies Sheriff T. Naise. Infiltrated Twinblade’s Camp, but never came out alive”
- “No man can hold his breath for ten minutes.”
- “Here lies Mrs P. Demme. Death and no fairytale ending.”
- "Fear not the end, for I can see the sun and sky through lid and earth."
- “Here lies Tobias Morn. We did not know you in life, and now you are gone."
- “Sic Gorgiamus Allos Subjectatos Nunc.”
- “What you lookin’ at?”
- “Here lies Scoran Daith. The Necromancer embraces Death.”
- "Here Lies Lady Fylorn. Dead by her own hand."
- “Here lies The Dark Duke Sivelis. His reign of torture is no more”
- “Here lies Nostro, Keeper of the Gate”
- Also, one tombstone is of interest here: the grave of someone called Brom, probably a reference to the Hero's father. It is written that he died in a bandit raid. However, in Fable II, the grave of Brom can be found in Wraithmarsh.
- On a hill in the middle of the Graveyard there is a tombstone that reads, "Capt. J. Sparrow. A wind at your back forever, sir", referring to Disney's Captain Jack Sparrow.
- There is also another comical headstone reading "Sic Gorgiamus Allos Subjectatos Nunc" The Famous Addam's Family motto. Which is Dog Latin for "We gladly feast on those who would subdue us".