British Empire

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Britain

Very similar to the period on Earth known as the High Middle Ages.

Richard the Lion Hearted is the King of England

The island of Britain takes its name from Brutus, a Roman consul. The island spans about 2000 miles from its southwest point to its norther extremity. It contains thirty-three major cities.

Athletic competitions include:

  • Archery – Archery contests are especially popular
  • Bowls
  • Colf – the ancestor of Golf ( a sport for the nobles)
  • Gameball – a simple football game
  • Hammer-throwing
  • Hurling or Shinty – a similar game to hockey
  • Horseshoes – throwing horseshoes at a target
  • Jousting at Tournaments
  • Jugger (the Skull Game)
  • Quarter-staff contests
  • Skittles – an ancestor of modern ten-pin bowling
  • Stoolball – an ancestor of Cricket
  • Wrestling

Major Cities

  • Anglesey
  • Bristol
  • Caerleon-upon-Usk
  • Caermarthen
  • Caerwent in Monmouthshire
  • Camalet, in Somersetshire
  • Canterbury
  • Carlisle
  • Carnarvon
  • Catterick
  • Chester
  • Cirenchester
  • Doncaster
  • Drayton
  • Gloucester
  • Grantchester, now Cambridge
  • Guorthegern
  • Leicester
  • Lincoln
  • London
  • Manchester
  • Meivod
  • Norwich, or Winwick
  • Pevensey, in Sussex
  • Penzance, in Cornwall
  • Porchester
  • Silchester
  • St. Colon in Cornwall
  • Teyn-Grace, in Devonshire
  • Verulam
  • Worcester
  • Worren, or Woran, in Pembrokeshire
  • Wroxeter, in Shropshire
  • York

It has also a vast many towns, villages, and castles.

Scotland

Major Cities

  • Perth
  • Edinburgh

Ireland

Major Cities

  • Dublin

Arcana

Arcana

Former Holdings

  • The Caribbean – Overrun with pirates
  • The New World – The New World lies across the Great Western Ocean. The eastern coast of this continent was once a part of the British Empire.

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