Most of the dead of Thunderstone were buried in this cemetery, as well as slain adventurers whose bodies were brought back to town. Purple Dragons and those who'd displayed great heroics in life or immediately prior to death were buried in The Honor Field, which lay in one corner of the graveyard. It was said that anyone interred there would be favored in the afterlife. "Working in the Garden" became a euphemism for death among adventurers operating in the area.
In Thunderstone, some claimed that one had to pay Oversword Faril Laheralson, commander of the local Purple Dragons troop, 500 gold pieces to have someone buried in The Honor Field in the Garden, but this was false.
A scurrilous rumor told that a woman dwelling in a hut beside the cemetery (perhaps Lorelei herself) would sell her favors to a man for a night, but this was also a lie.