I need inspiration for my Lustrian themed Acropolis of Heroes I want to compare and contrast Lizardmen honoring the dead with how humans do that. Sometimes I get the impression that human prayers for the dead in the Warhammer World are pretty simple. "Dear Morr, don't let Grandpa come back as a zombie. I don't want to have to bash his head in." But beyond that, Humans, Elves, and Dwarves definitely take pride in their ancestors deeds and celebrate their memory. What about Lizardmen? They don't have ancestors in the traditional sense. Seraphon don't really die so we'll leave them out. Slann are basically living gods and are worshipped post-mortem as mummies. Let's talk about Sauri, Skinks, and Kroxigor. Humans, real humans, like to tell stories about great heroes over campfires and hearths. They have days of mourning and celebrations. They erect monuments and hold holidays. Would Lizardmen do this? Yes they are all about honor and duty but they aren't very individualistic. Would they have grandiose acknowledgements, or would they simply say "He acted like all of us are expected to" Humans honor their family. Not every culture has ancestor worship but pretty much culture honors their ancestors to some degree. At least those in living memory What's family? Spawning brothers are generally considered family right? But what about extended family? Is it informal, this guy is a mentor to me so he becomes a father figure (despite that Lizardmen don't have fathers) or is family based on lineage (others who came from your same spawning pool or adjacent spawning pools) However Lizardmen measure family, how do they honor their fallen family members? Hopefully I got the mental synapses firing. Let's hear read your thoughts on how Lizardmen honor their own dead.