This is totally #stonetop.
Originally shared by Vandel J. Arden
Plain of Jars, Laos
Shrouded in myth, megalithic stone jars are scattered across Xieng Khouang Province in groups from one to one hundred. A working theory is that the huge cylindrical jars were used in ancient funeral ceremonies, though local legend has it that the jars were used to brew rice wine for giants. In the 1960s Northern Laos was subject to a massive aerial bombardment by the USA and it’s only been relatively recently that some areas have been cleared and declared safe for visitors.
Strange remnants like theses fire up the imagination. I like to send my players into bezarre locations and offer them unresolved mysteries like theses. What the imagine is often true gold and I like to implememt some half truth from that on the fly.