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  1. All of the current answers from Jason's RuneQuest Core Rules Questions thread have been added to three Q&A pages: RuneQuest: Roleplaying in Glorantha – Q&A by Chapter RuneQuest Gamemaster Screen Pack – Q&A RuneQuest Glorantha Bestiary – Q&A They are organised by Chapter and in page number order. You can search them: minimum of three characters - eg Q&A use quotes to find an exact reference eg "page 54" It not only contains Jason's thread, but : Rune Fixes 3rd July 2018,Second Printing Clarifications, Corrections and Additions 1.0.0. and clarifications from a translation document. Due to the limitations of this site, answers by Jason outside of his main thread have not been added as I can't search easily for them. If you know of any please add the link below. If there are any relevent answers by Jeff I will also include them them. This is a growing resource and further answers will be added when available.
  2. I've just checked all of our certificates and they are all installed properly. This is likely a propagation problem with the DNS of your mobile or VPN provider's DNS not yet updated as I only added the certificate for that site late last week. It may be further complicated as the site had a broken DNS for some months which I've just managed to fix. Google will eventually see it's now working and update its search. Depending on how your VPN is setup it may use your providers DNS for lookup or its own (https://security.stackexchange.com/questions/13900/if-i-use-a-vpn-who-will-resolve-my-dns-requests).
  3. Louis over on Facebook was asking about the Index for the GPC which was cut from the printed book. I've posted the copy that Greg sent me to the Great Hall. Eventually it will be searchable on the site site and i'll add it back into the PDF. https://greathall.chaosium.com/publications/arthaus-2004/ww17800-the-great-pendragon-campaign/ww17810-great-pendragon-campaign-index/
  4. Yes, most PDF readers let you do it, for example I use Apple's built-in Preview to do exactly that. Yes, but not what you expect. Book 2 of the CoC Starter has exactly that. Okay so you have to buy it, but you get three excellent beginning scenarios and a solo with it. The solo lets you learn the rules. I give it and the rules to new player to have a go. https://www.chaosium.com/call-of-cthulhu-starter-set-pdf/ If you buy the physical product you get the PDF for free.
  5. Much like Pendragon Resource Site (http://greathall.chaosium.com), there will be a Gloranthan and Call of Cthulhu one. The idea behind these is to act as a centralised repository for all things related and be maintained by volunteers The sites don't always need to have the info themselves but should have a links page, pointing to resources like this. In the case of info that is in danger of disappearing (like the Noctural forums and Pendragon Wiki) they will be integrated into the site. The Gloranthan resource site has major problems as it's based on a clone of Glorantha.com which in turn has damage that's causing its domain resolution not to work properly. The site is too big to easily copy the contents and will have to be transferred piecemeal. For the Glorantha site this is a major piece of work.
  6. Use "site:http://greathall.chaosium.com/" No IT required, just the will to help, the ability to type and some knowledge of Pendragon 🙂 Message me if interested.
  7. Only within the radius. (bigger map here : https://basicroleplaying.org/topic/5135-windstop-the-waters-and-the-skyfall/?tab=comments#comment-75802)
  8. That is the official rune font. https://www.glorantha.com/docs/glorantha-core-rune-font/ version 1.5 is still the current version. It is still copyright Moon Design. There will be an update at some point to add the sorcery runes. The Khordavan font is also still available. https://www.glorantha.com/docs/khordavan-font/
  9. I've put the standard and the regionless versions on the resource site: http://greathall.chaosium.com/character-sheets/
  10. https://www.chaosium.com/content/FreePDFs/Pendragon/King Arthur Pendragon 5-2 - Character Sheets.pdf
  11. Thanks, third edition. I've haven't cataloged that one yet. 4th edition out soon: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1861515217/le-morte-darthur-and-the-arthurian-concordance?ref=user_menu
  12. Good news! You may be able to help, is it The Reston version (hardback, dust cover) or Chaosium (softcover, reprint) http://greathall.chaosium.com/publications/chaosium-publications/cha2704-the-king-arthur-companion/ http://greathall.chaosium.com/publications/chaosium-publications/cha2704-the-king-arthur-companion-2nd-edition/ if it's the first edition, does it say who the cover artist is, and what colour is the hard cover? Many thanks
  13. Yes, however it's a lot of work and it will be likely a volunteer project after all the publications are done.
  14. The beginnings of the Pendragon Resource site are now up. It's very "bare bones" for now, but I wanted the old Nocturnal Media forums available. Please ignore any "this site is insecure" warnings. It's on http not https for the time being, while some issues are sorted and there is no danger. http://greathall.chaosium.com You can find the old Nocturnal Media forums on the Archive page. Eventually they will be imported and all of the broken links removed and replaced. They can be browsed, but not searched at the moment. Trying to click Log in, View full site and Nocturnal Media forum will not work. If you've any questions please ask. If you want to get involved message me @Scotty or email david@chaosium.com with Great Hall in the subject.
  15. This one? If some kind person would like to collate this into a single document with references where needed and send it to me I will post it here. Greg Stafford 03-31-2016, 07:25 PM Let me know what may be missing Former Places No Longer Used The colorful Arthurian names used in several supplements are being abandoned. Here is a list of those names followed by the modern name that will be used instead. KAP County names will also remain. Roman names for the larger cities will also remain. Abbeypass Hundred; Yetminster H, Dorset Abraham's Abbey, Rydychan; Abington, Oxford Alderbrook, Gentian; Aldbourne, Wiltshire Alices Wood, Silchester; Alice Holt, Hampshire Ambrius' Abbey, Salisbury; Amesbury, Wiltshire Ambrosius' Abbey; Amesbury, Wiltshire Ancient Mound, Glevum; Howle Hill, Hereford Army Hill Hundred; Harlow H, Essex Ash Tree Spring, Hartland; Ashwell, Hertfordshire Ashtree, Ascalon; Ashbrittle, Somerset Ashtree, Lambor; Ashby-de-la-Zouche, Leicestershire Aspen Manor, Berroc; Weybridge, Surrey Astolat, Silchester; Guildford, Surrey Avalon, Summerlands; Glastonbury, Somerset Axbridge, Summerland; Axbridge, Somerset Axe, Ascalon; Axminster, Devonshire Badger Forest, Hantonne; Bagshot, Hampshire Ban’s Town; Banbury Bards Abbey, Linden; Bardney, Lincolnshire Baths, Summerland; Bath, Somerset Battle Axe Pillar, Tintagel; Barnstaple, Devonshire Bayford, Hartland; Bayford, Herts Beachfort H., Hantonne; Burghbeach H Beachfort Hundred; Burghbeach H, Sussex Beautiful Place, Dorsette; Beaulieu, Hampshire Beautiful View, Castle of the, Lambor; Belvoir, Leicestershire Beaver: Belvoir Bedegraine Castle, Bedegraine; Derby Castle, Derbyshire Bee’s Clearing; Bickleigh Beggarsford, Jagent; Lattiford, Somerset Behind the Waters, Lonazep; Wisbech, Cambridgeshire Belisfield Hundred; Budleigh H, Devonshire Birch Farm, Rydychan; Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire Birch Wood; Berkeley Birchwood, Clarence; Berkeley, Gloucestershire Bishop's Hold, Hartland; Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire Black Abbot's, Dorsette; Abbotsbury, Dorsetshire Black Torrent, Tintagel; Black Torrington, Devonshire Blackmoor, Hartland; Black More, Hertfordshire Blackriver, Gentian; Calne, Wiltshire Blackthorn, Rydychan; Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire Bladud's Mound, Summerland; Malmesbury, Wiltshire Bluefield Hundred; Blofield, Norfolk Bluefort Hundred; Blewbury H, Berkshire Boarshead, Lonazep; Swineshead, Lincoln Bordermark, Salisbury; Chilmark, Wiiltshire Borders, Castle of the, Salisbury; Devizes, Wiltshire Borderwood, Dorsette; Ringwood, Hampshire Bracken Hundred; Braughing H, Hertshire Bracken, Hartland; Braughing, Herts Bran’s (Castle); Brancaster Bran’s Abbey, Thamesmouth; Bermondsey, Surrey Bran’s Town, Lambor; Branston, Leicestershire Brick Glade; Brickleigh Bridge on the Cam, Clarence; Cambridge, Gloucester Bright Place, Hartland; Shenley, Hertfordshire Bright Skull, Silchester; Kingsclere, Hampshire Bright Stream; Sherbourne Brightstream, Jagent; Sherbourne, Dorsetshire Briocstown, Wuerensis; Bloxham, Oxfordshire Broad Stream Fort, Caerwent; Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex Broad Stream; Bradwell Broadford, Ascalon; Bradford-on-Tone, Somerset Broomfield Hundred; Chelmsford H (north), Essex Brown, Lonazep; Bourne, Lincolnshire Brushwood, Hartland; Graveley, Hertfordshire Brutus’ (Castle); Walton Buck (estate); Buckingham Buck, Caerwent; Buckenham, Suffolk Buckland Estate, Clarence; Buckland, Gloucestershire By the Great Weir; Warwick By the Junction; Haltwhistle Camulos, Hantonne, Carisbrooke, Hampshire Castle Dykes, Tribruit; Farthingstone, Northamptonshire Castle of Llud’s Hall, Castle of, Salisbury; Ludgershall, Wiltshire Castle on the Heights, Ascalon; Dunster, Somerset Cattlefarm, Silchester; Neatham, Hampshire Cattleherds, Wuerensis; Kineton, Warwickshire Chalk Pit, Rydychan; Chalgrove, Oxfordshire Chattering Glade, Thamesmouth; Writtle, Essex City of Legions, Cheshire; Chester, Cheshire Clareia, Caerwent; Tunstead, Norfolk Cleanstream, Ascalon; Broad Clyst, Devonshire Cleanstream, Caercolun; Henstead, Suffolk Clear Stream, Caercolun; Clare, Suffolk Clearford, Clarence; Fairford, Gloucestershire Clearing of the Bees, Ascalon; Bickleigh, Devonshire Clearstream, Caercolun; Clare, Suffolk Clubtree Hundred; Culliford H, Dorsetshire Cock Field, Caercolun; Cockfield, Suffolk Collsvale Hundred ; Wacrescumbe H. (later part of Bradley H), Gloucestershire Corinium, Clarence; Cirincester, Gloucestershire Cornerfield, Caercolun; Crowfield, Suffolk Courtship Valley, Ascalon; Luccomb, Somerset Cow’s Town; Kineton Cowfold Hundred; Stoke H, Buckinghamshire Cranes Hundred; Corringham H, Lincoln Creeksea Landing, Caercolun; Creeksea, Essex Crooked Stream, Tribruit; Woburn, Bedfordshire Crow Land, Lonazep; Croyland, Lincolnshire Crucifix Hill; Maldon Curry Stream, Ascalon; North Curry, Somerset Curtaintown, Rydychan; Kirtlington, Oxfordshire Dangerous Ford, Tribruit; Bedford, Bedfordshire Deepwater, Caercolun; Dunwich, Suffolk Deer, Bedegraine; Derby, Derbyshire Ditch Hundred; Diss H, Norfolk Donkey Hill, Rydychan; Ellesborough, Buckshire Doubleford Hundred; Tiverton H, Devon Dove Field, Bedegraine; Duffield, Derbyshire Driants, Salisbury; Elston, Wiltshire Durnovaria, Dorsette; Dorchester, Dorsetshire East Town, Castle of, Caercolun; Earsham, Norfolk Eels, Huntland; Ely, Cambridgeshire Elm Tree Spring, Also called: Elmswell, Suffolk Elmham, Caercolun; Elmham, Suffolk Enclosure, Berroc; Hounslow, Middlesex Ex River, Ascalon; Exeter, Devonshire Excellent: Tewkesbury Ferns; Farnham Ferny Stone; Farthingstone Fishspawn, Hartland; Cottered, Hertfordshire Fishtown Hundred; Fishborough H (part), Worchestershire Fivetrees Hundred; Pimperne, Dorset Flax Spring, Linden; Flaxwell, Lincoln Flax: Flaxley Flaxfield, Glevum; Flaxley, Gloucester Fleetstreams Hundred; Flitt H, Bedfordshire Floodriver, Salisbury; Wilton, Wiltshire Foot of the Hill, Wuerensis; Churchover, Warwicks Ford of the Oxen, Rydychan; Oxford, Oxfordshire Ford of the Roe Deer, Thamesmouth; Rayleigh, Essex Fordstream Hundred; Welford, Surrey Fort Bran, Caerwent; Brancaster, Norfolk Fort Brutus, Caercolun; Walton-on-the-Naze, Suffolk Fort Gwent, Escavalon; Caerwent, Monmouthshire, Wales; Fort Hill; Dunster Fox, Wuerensis; Foxton, Leicestershire Freebridge Hundred; Freebridge H, Norfolk Frogvale, Caercolun; Frostenden, Suffolk Gentian Hill, Gentian; Marlborough, Wiltshire Gentian Hill; Marlborough Gentian Mound, Marlborough; Marloborough, Wiltshire Gleaming House, Rydychan; Glympton, Oxfordshire Glevum, Glevum; Gloucester, Gloucester Goat Town, Tribruit; Geddington, Northampshire Good Folk’s; Folkingham Good Wealth; Goodrich Grantabridge, Huntland; Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Gravel House, Lonazep; Grantham, Lincoln Great Bear, Wuerensis; Banbury, Oxfordshire Great Bridge, Summerland; Bristol, Somerset Great River, Hantonne; Michaeldever, Hampshire Great Valley Forest, Glevum; Dean Forest,Gloucestershire Great Wealth, Glevum; Goodrich, Herefordshire Great Weir, Castle of, Wuerensis; Warwick, Warwickwhire Greatford, Caerwent; Thetford, Norfolk Green Homestead; Miserden Greenhome, Clarence; Miserden, Gloucester Greetham; Greetham, Lincoln Grovesend H., Wuerensis; Gravesend Guinnon, Caercolun; Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk—the name Guinnon will remain Hantonne, Hantonne; Southampton, Hampshire Harbor Enclosure, Ascalon; Carhampton, Somerset Harbor Town; Portchester Harborkeep Fort, Hantonne; Portchester, Hampshire Hartland, Tintagel; Hartland, Devonshire Harts Ford, Hartland; Hertford, Hertfordshire Hartspool, Caercolun; Eye, Suffolk Hazelgrove, Ascalon; Sampford Peverel, Devonshire Healing Waters; Bath Healing Wells, Summerland; Wells, Somerset Heather, Gentian; Heddington, Wiltshire Hen Farm, Caercolun; Henstead, Suffolk Hidden Valley, Clarence; Winchcomb, Gloucestershire Hiddenvale, Clarence; Winchcomb, Gloucestershire High Cherry, Huntland; Cherry Hinton, Cambridge High Place Harbor, Caercolun; Ipswich Hill by the Junction; Haltwhistle Hill of the Horn, Linden; Horncastle, Lincs. Holy Place, Ascalon; Cannington, Somerset Holy Place; Stogursey Horns, Huntland; Horningsea, Cambridge Horse Mane Fort, Wuerensis; Mancetter, Leicestershire Hot Spring, Ascalon; Bampton, Devonshire Houndbarrow Hundred; Hounslowe H, Middlesex Hounds Hundred; Houndsborough H, Somerset Humberside, Linden; Humberstone, Lincoln Huntsman Hill, Huntland; Huntington, Huntingtonshire Huntsman, Fort of the; Huntland; Huntingdon, Huntingtonshire Huntsman, Huntland; Ramsey, Huntingdon In the Vale, Tribruit; Denton, Northumberlandshire Irwynshome Hundred; South Erpingham H., Norfolk Isle that was Raised, Hantonne; Wight, Hampshire Jagent, Jagent; Ilchester, Somerset King Lear’s; Leicester King’s House, Lincoln; Kingerby, Lincoln King’s Town, Hartland; Kingsbury, Middlesex Lambor, Lambor; Lutterworth/ High Cross? , Leicestershire Landing Place; Hedenham Lear; Leicester Lear’s Castle, Lambor; Leicester, Leicestershire Legion Fort, Escavalon; Carlion, South Wales Levcomagus, Silchester; Andover, Hampshire Lily Stream; Lilbourne Linden Pool, Linden; Lincoln, Lincolnshire Little Hill; Cricket St Thomas, Somerset Little Muddy Estuary; Yarmouth, Wight Lleushill Hundred; Weneslawe H (later part of Biggleswade), Bedfordshire Lluds Castle, Londinium; Bayard’s Castle, London Lonazep, Lonazep; Stamford, Lincolnshire Londinium, Thamesmouth; London, Middlesex Lonely Glade, Bunsty, Buckinghamshire Lonely Path, Wuerensis; Ansty, Warwickshire Lonely Path; Ansty Longport, Jagent; Langport, Somerset Longridge, Clarence; Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire Lookout Knoll; Totternhoe Lovestream, Jagent; Cary, Somerset Lower Fort, Dorsette; Netherbury, Dorsetshire Luds Stream, Linden; Louth, Lincolnshire Magouns, Hantonne; Arundel, Sussex Manorfort Hundred; Bucklebury, Berkshire Mapletree, Tribruit; Linford, Buckinghamshire Marshtown, Berroc; Merstham. Surrey Meadow by the Weir; Wareham Meadowstream; Dorsette; Wimborne, Dorsetshire Meetinglade Hundred; Shirley H., (later part of Christchurch H) Hampshire Mighty Ones, Lonazep; Braceborough, Lincoln Millstream, Ascalon; Milverton, Somerset Minnow Stream, Lonazep; Pinchbeck, Lincoln Monument Hill, Caercolun; Maldon, Essex Mousefort, Ascalon; Musbury, Devonshire Muddy Estuary, Great; Yarmouth, Norwich Muddy Estuary, Little; Yarmouth, Wight Nakedthorn Hundred; Nachededorn H., (later Compton H) Berkshire North Town, Hartland; Norton, Hertfordshire Nottingham, Bedegraine; Nottingham, Nottinghamshire Noviomagus, Hantonne; Noviomagus, Sussex Oak Slope; ? Oak Town Ironworks, Summerland Oak Town, Tintagel; Okehampton, Devonshire Oaksfort, Salisbury; Oakbury, Wiltshire Oakslope, Silchester; Oakhanger, Hampshire Oatfield, Castle in the, Thamesmouth; Havering, Essex Old Fort, Caerwent; Burgh, Norfolk On the Slope, Wuerensis; Silverstone, Northamptonshire Osier Hundred; Pershore H (part), Worcestershire Outpost of the Sacred Grove, Ascalon; Nemetostatio Vernementum (Roman), Owen’s House, Rydychan; Waddesdon Owensford Hundred; Eynesford H., Norfolk Ox Bridge, Hantonne; Rotherbridge, Sussex Ox Farm 1, Hantonne; Exton, Hampshire Ox Farm 2, Hartland; Oxwick, Herts Oxen Ford, Rydychen; Oxford, Oxfordshire Oxfence Hundred; Oxendon H, Northampton Pass, Dorsette; Corfe, Dorsetshire Pasture on the Stream; Beccles Patricks Island, Thamesmouth; Brixton, Surrey Peoples Ford, Caerwent; Thetford, Norfolk Pinnacle, Jagent; Montacute, Somerset Pleached Hedge, Hartland; Pleshy, Essex Pool, Jagent; Martock, Somerset Priestown, Jagent; Preston, Somerset Rapid Stream Bridge; Bristol Raven’s Home, Linden; Raventhorpe (in Appleby), Lincoln Ravenfarm, Tribruit; Ravensthorpe Northampton Ravens Men, Caerwent; Raveningham, Suffolk Red Tower, Wuerensis; Kenilworth, Warwickshire Remote Valley; Winchcomb River Ford; Reading Riverbend, Caercolun; Witham, Essex Riverford, Silchester; Reading, Berkshire Roaring Stream, Ascalon; Taunton, Somerset Roaring Stream; Taunton Rock, Castle of the; Salisbury; Sarum; Old Sarum, Wiltshire Roe Deer Ford, Thamesmouth; Rayleigh, Essex Roman Isle, Hantonne; Romsey, Hampshire Rook’s House; Rockingham Rooksroost Castle, Tribruit; Rockingham, Leicestershire Roundhill, Caerwent; Cringleford Norfolk Rydychan, Rydychan; Wallingford, Oxfordshire Sacred Grove of Spring, Bedegraine; Nemetostatio (Roman) Saint Cofs; Coventry Sand Dunes, Silchester; Sea Fort, Caerwent; Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk Seaside, Ascalon; Seaton, Devonshire Sentinel Ridge, Castle of, Tribruit; Totternhoe, Bedfordshire Shallow Stream, Tribruit; Scaldwell, Northamptonshire Sharp Hill; Montacute Slaughtertown, Wuerensis; Banbury, Oxfordshire Slipford, Lonazep; Sleaford, Lincoln Smallage Hundred, Marcham H (later Ock H), Berkshire South Town; Sudbury Southmule Hundred; Moulsoe H., (later Newport H) Buckinghamshire Southtown, Caercolun; Sudbury, Suffolk Southworks, Thamesmouth; Southwark, Surrey Sparrowhawk Castle, Gentian; Marlborough Castle, Wiltshire Sparrows, Caercolun; Colchester Castle, Essex Spearshaft, Dorsetshire; Shaftsbury, Dorsetshire Spearshaft; Shaftsbury Springs Hundred; Burnah H, Berkshire St Albans, Hartland; St Albans, Hertfordshire St Arius, Londinium: an imagined place St Cofs, Wuerensis; Coventry, Warwickshire St Josephe's, Castle of the Rock; imaginary place St Martin's Silchester, Silchester; imaginary place St Mary's, Londinium; St. Mary’s, London St Ninnians Abbey, Linden; Humberton, Lincoln St Peter's, Lonazep; Peterborough, Northamptonshire St. Ninnians Abbey, Lambor; imaginary, inside Lears Stag’s Meadow, Rydychan; Buckingham, Buckinghamshire Stag’s Meadow, Tribruit; Buckingham Stone Circle, Caercolun; Ringshall, Suffolk Stone Town; Stanton-on-Wold Stonepillar Hundred; Staple H, Wiltshire Stones, Berroc; Staines, Middlesex Stones; Staines Stonetown, Lambor; Stanton-on-Wold, Nottinghamshire Stonewall, Tribruit; Stanwick, Northamptonshire Stoney Ford, Lonazep; Stamford, Lincoln Streamside, Caercolun; Beccles, Suffolk Strong Gate, Hartland;; Stevenage, Hertfordshire Swan Island, Caercolun; Olney, Bucks Tansy, Dorsette; Hilton, Dorsetshire Terrabil, Tintagel; Bosinet, Cornwall—will be kept The Ferry, Caerwent; Hedenham, Norfolk Thicket, Hartland; Bushey, Hertfordshires Thornbush, Silchester; Farnham, Surrey Thornbush; Farleigh Wallop, Hampshire. Thorne Tree, Lonazep; Thorney, Cambridgeshire Thorntree, Caercolun; Thorrington, Essex Three Wells; Wells Threemounds Hundred; Threo H, Lincoln Thunderrumble, Caercolun; Thunderlowe, Essex Tils Farm, Salisbury; Tilsbury, Wiltshire Tintagel, Tintagel; Tintagel, Cornwall Tollford Hundred; Tollerford H, Dorset Tribruit, Tribruit; Northampton, Northamptonshire Tricklebrook, Lambor; Seaton, Lincoln Tumulus Hill; Brailes Twin Rivers, Dorsette; Twynham (Christchurch) Twisting River Town, Gentian Upper Ford, Caercolun; Orford, Suffolk Valley (Forest of); Dean Forest Venta, Caerwent; Norwich, Norfolk M***** 03-31-2016, 07:44 PM A lot. To start with, everything after Venta. Alas, I can't cut and paste just a single column from either BoU or BotW appendices... So rather than make a mess of it or spend time in retyping it by hand, I am going to leave it at that note. EDIT: (copy-pasting from a list Greg so kindly emailed me....) Wagon Ford, Caercolun; Beccles, Suffolk Warrior Spring, Huntland; Barnwell, Northampton Water Lily Brook, Wuerensis; Cropredy, Oxfordshires Watercress, Glevum; Newent, Gloucestershire Waters, Lonazep; Bourne, Lincolnshire Waters; Bourne Waybrook Hundred; Wayland H, Norfolk Weaving River Island; Waverly Weir Grove, Silchester; Wargrave, Berkshire Weir Meadow, Dorsette; Wareham, Dorsetshire Wells, Summerland; Wells, Somerset Wereside, Salisbury; Warminster, Wiltshire West Abbey, Thamesmouth; Westminster, London Wet Wood, Hantonne; Netley, Hampshire Wet Wood; Netley Wethersfield Hundred, Whittlesford H, Cambridgeshire Wheat Hill, Tribruit; Mursley, bucks Wheatfield, Hantonne; Freemantle, Hampshire White City, Hantonne; Winchester, Hampshire White Tower, Londinium; White Tower, London Whiteford Hundred, Willybrook H, (later Whittlesford H), Cambridgeshire Whitewell, Lambor; Whitwell, Rutland Wildmound, Caerwent; Feltwell, Norfolk Wildspring, Caerwent; Feltwell, Norfolk Winch Banks, Castle of, Silchester; Windsor, Berkshire Winding Stream, Also called: Charwelton, Northampton Windlass Banks; Windsor Wolfhill, Clarence; Castlemorton, Gloucestershie Wolfpool Path Hundred ; Wolmersty h, Lincoln Wolftown, Tribruit; Calverton, Buckinghamshire Wood Hill, Clarence; Hurst, Gloucestershire Wooded Enclosure; Odiham Wooded Town; Odiham Wooded, Silchester; Odiham, Hampshire Woodgrove, Linden; The Castles, Barrow-on-Humber, Lincoln Woodpecker, Tintagel; Bickleigh, Devonshire Wynchbank: Windsor Wyrmstown, Linden; Ormsby, Lincoln Yarmouth Castle, Hantonne; Yarmouth, Hampshire (Wight) Yoke Hill Hundred; Ixhill H, Buckinghamshire Yokeford, Caercolun; Yoxford, Suffolk Youngbuck, Dorsette; Buckland Newton, Dorsetshire In addition, looks like at least most of BoE places are missing, too: Alders, Glevum: Awre , Gloucestershire Aldermarket, Clarence: Bisley, Gloucestershire Allanstown, Glevum: Allaston, Gloucestershire Antfield, Hantonne: Ampfield, Hampshire Ascalon: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Devon, Somerset, and Dorset. Ashtree, Glevum: Naas, Gloucestershire Ashtree, Linden: Ashby, Lincolnshire Badforest, Hantonne: N Baddesley, Hampshire Banfarm, Cherinsford: Bensted, Chelmsford Banswall, Linden: Horncastle, Lincolnshire Barn, Silchester: Lasham, Hampshire Barns, Thamesmouth: Barnes, Surrey Beantown, Hantonne: Binstead, Hampshire Bear Isle, Thamesmouth: Bermondsey, Surrey Bearstone, Thamesmouth: Brixton, Surrey Bedegraine: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Beeches, Thamesmouth: Tooting Bec, Surrey Berroc: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Middlesex, Surrey, and Kent. Birch, Silchester: Bartley, Hampshire Bramblefield, Clarence: Brimpsfield, Gloucestershire Bran’s Island, Thamesmouth: Bermondsey, Surrey Bridge, Summerland: Bristol, Gloucesters and Somersets Britain: A large island in northwest Europe divided into many kingdoms. Of those, southern Logres is the largest and most important, while Malahaut is the second, located in the central part of the isle. It is called, poetically, “The Isle of the Mighty.” Brushmarsh, Clarence: Stroud, Gloucestershire Brutustown, Cherinsford: Great Baddow, Chelmsford Bullfield, Glevum: Bulley, Gloucestershire Caercolun: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. Caerwent: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Suffolk and Essex. Camulodunum, Caercolun: Colchester, Essex Camulos’ Fort, Clarence: Kimbury, Gloucestershire Castle in the Vale, Tribruit: Denton, Northamptonshire Cathouse, Wuerensis: Catthorpe, Leicestershire Chattering, Cherinsford: Writtle, Chelmsford Cherinsford, Cherinsford: Chelmsford, Essex Cherinsford Hundred: A hundred Thamesmouth County consisting of the southern half of modern Chelmsford Hundred in Essex. Childs, Hantonne: Chilworth, Hampshire Church, Glevum: Churcham, Gloucestershire Churchfence, Glevum: Minsterworth, Gloucestershire Churning, Clarence: Cerney, Gloucestershire Clarence: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Clearvale, Ascalon: Combe Raleigh, Devon Coalstream, Clarence: Colesbourne, Gloucestershire Cobs, Clarence: Coberley, Gloucestershire Coldash, Wuerensis: Cold Ashby, Northamptonshire Cornerfield, Silchester: Winchfield, Hampshire Cottagebrook, Wuerensis: Cottesbrooke, Northamptonshire County Rydychan: A county of Logres consisting of parts of Oxford, Buckshire and Wiltshire (Curiously under County, while all the other counties are under their own name...) Crane Lake, Thamesmouth: Camberwell, Surrey Cranes, Lonazep: Kirton, Lincolnshire Dairyfarm, Ascalon: Wyke Green, Devon Deepstream, Wuerensis: Hollowell, Northamptonshire Ditchdike, Lonazep: Sutterton Dowdyke, Lincolnshire Dorsette: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire and Dorsetshire. Drayage, Lonazep: Drayton, Lincolnshire Dryford, Hantonne: Droxford, Hampshire Eastplace, Hantonne: Eastleigh, Hampshire Edernstown, Linden: Edlington, Lincolnshire Elk, Wuerensis: Elkington, Northamptonshire Elkstone, Clarence: Elkstone, Gloucestershire Endnarrow, Clarence: Combend, Gloucestershire Exe Castle, Ascalon: Exeter, Devon Farmers, Ascalon: Charlton, Devon Felonshouse, Ascalon: Weycroft, Devon Fentown, Glevum: Morton, Gloucestershire Forest House, Salisbury: Chitterne, Wiltshire Frametown, Lonazep: Frampton, Lincolnshire Freetown, Clarence: Frampton Mansell, Gloucestershire Gaphouse, Lonazep: Bicker, Lincolnshire Gateway, Hantonne: Boyatt, Hampshire Gentian: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Berkshire Glevum (county): A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Gloucestershire Goldtown, Wuerensis: Guilsborough, Northamptonshire Goodfolk, County Linden: Folkingham, Lincolnshire (In Greg's list as Goodfolk's) Gorsehill, Clarence: Chedworth, Gloucestershire Greatvale, Glevum: Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire Greenway, Ascalon: Greenway, Devon Guildedtown, Wuerensis: Guilsborough, Northamptonshire (Also as Goldtown, above.) Hantonne: A county of Logres consisting of parts of the modern counties of Hampshire and Sussex. Hartland Castle, County Hartland: Hertford, Hertfordshire Hartland: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hertford, Essex, and Berkshire Heatherhill, Wuerensis: West Haddon, Northamptonshire Hero, Wuerensis: Naseby, Northamptonshire Heron Ridge, Ascalon: Rawridge, Devon High Elm, Ascalon: Uplyme, Devon Highham, Cherinsford: Danbury, Chelmsford Highland, Hantonne: Hinton Ampner , Hampshire Hill Houses, Thamesmouth: Peckham, Surrey Hillfield, Clarence: Duntisbourne Leer, Gloucestershire Hillside, Clarence: Edgeworth, Gloucestershire Hollow, Hantonne: Pitt, Hampshire Honeyton, Ascalon: Honiton, Devon Hornhill Hundred: A hundred of County Linden consisting of the modern hundred of Horncastle Hornhill, County Linden: Horncastle, Lindenshire Horsefields, Hantonne: Hursley, Hampshire Huntland: A county of Logres, consisting of por- tions of the modern counties of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire. Huntsman Castle, County Huntland: Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire (Huntsman Hill in Greg's list.) Invale, Hantonne: Compton, Hampshire Jagent Castle, County Jagent: Ilchester, Somerset (Simply as Jagent in Greg's list, otherwise OK.) Jagent: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Dorsetshire and Somersetshire. Lamb Docks, Thamesmouth: Lambeth, Surrey Lambor Castle, County Lambor: Leicester, Leicestershire (Lear's Castle in Greg's list... Lambor seems to refer to Lutterworth or High Cross.) Lambor: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, and Rutland. Landing Place, Thamesmouth: Putney, Surrey Lilystream Hundred: A hundred in Wuerensis County, equivalent to modern Guilsborough Hundred. Lilystream, Wuerensis: Lilbourne, Northamptonshire (No county reference in Greg's list.) Linden: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Lincoln. Littlebrutus, Cherinsford: Little Baddow, Chelmsford Littlewife, Wuerensis: Winwick, Northamptonshire Llud’s Castle, Londinium: Baynard’s Castle, London. (Typoed as Bayard's Castle in Greg's list.) Logres, Britain: The most powerful kingdom in Britain, consisting of twenty-four counties that fill the eastern, central, and southern parts of the isle Lonazep Castle, County Lonazep: Stamford, Lincolnshire (Simply as Lonazep in Greg's list, otherwise OK.) Lonazep: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Lincolnshire. Longbuckle, Wuerensis: Long Buckby, Northamptonshire Longtown, Linden: Langton, Lincolnshire Longvale, Glevum: Longhope, Gloucestershire Lordchurch, Lonazep: Algakirk, Lincolnshire Lowcut, Ascalon: Undercleave, Devon Lowpit, Ascalon: Luppitt, Devon Mares, Linden: Mareham, Lincolnshire Moor, Linden: Moorby, Lincolnshire Mounds, Glevum: Etloe, Gloucestersire Muddyvale, Ascalon: Yarcombe, Devon Muletown, Cherinsford: Moulsham, Chelmsford Newham, Glevum: Newnham, Gloucestershire North House, Wuerensis: Nortoft, Northamptonshire Nutshell, Hantonne: Nursling, Hampshire Nutvale, Clarence: Nutbeam, Gloucestershire Oldtown, Clarence: Oldbury, Gloucestershire Onrock, Wuerensis: Crick, Northamptonshire Otters, Ascalon: Mahons Ottery, Devon Otters, Hantonne: Otterbourne, Hampshire Patrick’s Island, Thamesmouth: Battersea, Surrey (Greg's list identifies this as Brixton, but since they are only a mile or so apart, no great harm.) Peartree, Glevum: Purton, Gloucestershire Pondtown, Thamesmouth: Merton, Surrey Pooltown, Glevum: Poulton, Gloucestershire Pukaridge, Glevum: Bicknow, Gloucestershire Quinqueroi Forest: Essex County, which was declared to be a Royal Forest in historical times. The name means “Four Questions,” and refers to a famous legend of a king being quizzed here. Redbridge, Hantonne: Redbridge, Hampshire Reeds, Glevum: Ruddle, Gloucestershire Retainers, Wuerensis: Winwick Warren, Northamptionshire Rich, Lonazep: Riche, Lincolnshire Richvale, Ascalon: Deneworthy, Devon Risktown, Lonazep: Riskenton, Lincolnshire Roadsend, Linden: Enderby, Lincolnshire Roaring Stream, County Gentian; Calne, Wiltshire Rock, Wuerensis: Creaton, Northamptonshire Rock, Thamesmouth: Clapham, Surrey Roe Deer Ford, Thamesmouth: Rayleigh, Essex Round, Thamesmouth: Balham, Surrey Rydychan Castle: Wallingford, Berkshire (Simply as Rydychan in Greg's list.) Ryefarm, Linden: Roughton, Lincolnshire Salisbury: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Hampshire Salmon Meadow, Thamesmouth: Mortlake, Surrey Sarum Rock, Salisbury: Old Sarum, Wiltshire (Rock, the Castle of, in Greg's list.) Scribbler, Linden: Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire Shallowstream, Silchester: Shalden, Hampshire Sharpvale, Ascalon: Shapcombe, Devon Sheep Pen, Wuerensis: Coton, Northamptonshire Shoemaker, Lonazep: Burtoft, Lincolnshire Silchester (city), County Silchester: Silchester, Hampshire (Simply as Silchester; Silchester in Greg's list.) Silchester: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire, Surrey, and Berkshire. Slope, Clarence: Syde, Gloucestershire Sluice Gate, Thamesmouth: Hatchem, Surrey Smallridge, Ascalon: Thorncombe, Devon Soaptown, Clarence: Sapperton, Gloucestershire Stain, Lonazep: Steyning, Lincolnshire Stane Town, Thamesmouth: Streatham, Surrey Steers, Glevum: Stears, Gloucestershire St Martin’s, Linden: Martin, Lincolnshire Stone, Hantonne: N Stoneham, Hampshire Stoneford, Wuerensis: Stanford on avon, Northamptonshire (Typo, should be Stanford-on-Avon.) Stoneton, Ascalon: Membury, Devon Stonetown, Thamesmouth: Streatham, Surrey Streamford, Wuerensis: Welford, Northamptonshire Stump, Clarence: Cowley, Gloucestershire Summerland: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Somerset, Wilt- shire, and Gloucestershire. Swampfort, Thamesmouth: Walworth, Surrey Swanham, Silchester: Elvetham, Hampshire Swineford, Wuerensis: Swinford, Leicestershire Thamesmouth: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Essex and Kent Thorn, Wuerensis: Thornby, Northamptonshire Thorns, Linden: Thornton, Lincolnshire Thornvale, Ascalon: Smallridge, Devon Throughflow, Clarence: Througham, Gloucestershire Thumb, Linden: Thimbleby, Lincolnshire Tintagel Castle, County Tintagel: Tintagel, Cornwall (Simply as Tintagel in Greg's list.) Tintagel: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Cornwall and Devonshire. Tintedbarrow, Glevum: Bledisloe, Gloucestershire Tomos’ Town, Linden: Toynton, Lincolnshire Torrent, Clarence: Rendcomb, Gloucestershire Tribruit Castle, County Tribruit: Northampton, Northamptonshire (Simply as Tribruit in Greg's list.) Tribruit: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, and Berkshire. Trumpet, Thamesmouth: Tooting Graveney, Surrey Tutatis Isle, Linden: Torksey, Lincolnshire. Teutatis is an ancient god. (Obvious Typo in the name... should be Teutatis Isle, although even more accurate spelling would be Toutatis Isle.) Upper Heron, Ascalon: Upottery, Devon Vagon, Salisbury: Boynton, Wiltshire Valetown, Ascalon: Dennington, Devon Wagonville, Thamesmouth: Wandsworth, Surrey Water-lily, Silchester: Dogmersfield, Hampshire Wellplace, Linden: Wilksby, Lincolnshire Westville, Glevum: Westbury, Gloucestershire Westwood, Clarence: Westwood, Gloucestershire Wheatford, Wuerensis: Watford, Northamptonshire Wifetown, Lonazep: Wyberton, Lincolnshire Winestone, Clarence: Winstone, Gloucestershire Woodland Hundred: A hundred in Silchester County, equivalent to Odiham Hundred Woodland, Silchester: Odiham, Hampshire Wuerensis: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Warwickshire, Northampshire, Leicestershire, and Oxfordshire. Wychelm, Clarence: Painswick, Gloucestershire Yelling, Wuerensis: Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire And with that wasted hour or two of my life, I am going to call it quits. I am through wasting time with the 'translated' names. Someone else can join the lists and check them against BotW and BoU place names... m***** 04-01-2016, 06:22 PM This is the list from BoUther: Abbey of the Isle, Hantonne (Island): Carisbrooke, Hampshire Abraham’s Abbey, Rydychan: Abington, Oxford Ambrius’ Abbey, Salisbury: Amesbury, Wiltshire Aneirin, Castle; Thamesmouth: Eynsford, Kent Ascalon County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Devon, Somerset, and Dorset. Ashtree Spring, Hartland: Ashwell, Hertfordshire Astolat, Silchester: Guildford, Surrey Avalon, Summerland: Glastonbury, Somerset Axbridge, Summerland: Axbridge, Somerset Axe, Ascalon: Axminster, Devonshire Bards Abbey, Linden: Bardney, Lincolnshire Barrowvale, Summerland: Butcombe, Somerset Bath, Summerland: Bath, Somerset Battle-axe Pillar, Tintagel: Barnstaple, Devonshire Beautiful View, Castle of the; Lambor: Belvoir, Leicestershire Bedegraine County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Bedegraine, Bedegraine: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire Bees Clearing Manor, Ascalon: Bickleigh, Devonshire Behind the Waters,TheCastle; Lonazep: Wisbech, Cambridgeshire Berroc County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Middlesex, Surrey, and Kent. Berryhill, Hantonne: Torberry Hill, Sussex Birch Hill, Castle on the; Hartland: Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire Birchfarm, Hartland: Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire Birchwood, Clarence: Berkeley, Gloucestershire Bishop’s Hold, Hartland: Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire Bitternbill, Dorsette: Purbeck (Worth Matrevers), Dorset Black Abbot’s Abbey, Dorsette: Abbotsbury, Dorsetshire Blackriver, Gentian: Calne, Wiltshire Bladud’s Mound, Gentian: Malmesbury, Wiltshire Bladud’s Town, Gentian: Malmesbury, Wiltshire Blockstown, Wuerensis: Bloxham, Oxfordshire Borders, Salisbury: Devizes, Wiltshire Bow and Arrow Castle, Dorsette: Portland, England Bran, Fort; Caerwent: Brancaster, Norfolk Bran’s Abbey, Thamesmouth: Bermondsey, Surrey Bran’s Town, Lambor: Branston, Leicestershire Bridge on the Cam, Castle of the; Clarence: Cambridge, Gloucestershire Bright Skull, Silchester: Kingsclere, Hampshire Brightstream, Jagent: Sherbourne, Dorsetshire Broadstream Fort, Caerwent: Bradwell, Norfolk Brutus, Fort; Caercolun: Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex Buck, Caerwent: Buckenham, Suffolk Buna’s Island, Castle; Caercolun: Bungay, Suffolk Caercolun, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. Camulodunum, Caercolun: Colchester, Essex Camulos, Castle; Hantonne (Island): Carisbrooke, Hampshire Camulos’s Town, Hantonne (Island): Carisbrooke, Hampshire Carlion-on-Usk, Escavalon: Caerleon, Wales Cattleherds, Wuerensis: Kineton, Warwickshire Charterhouse, Dorsette: A ington, Dorset Chattering Glade, Thamesmouth: Writtle, Essex City of Legions, Deesmouth: Chester, Cheshire Clareia, Caerwent: Tunstead, Norfolk Clarence, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Gloucestershire and Warwickshire. Clearstream, Caercolun: Clare, Suffolk Clipstone, Bedegraine: Clipstone, Nottinghamshire Cloverhill Lodge, Salisbury: Clarendon, Wiltshire Corinium; Clarence: Cirincester, Gloucestershire Crookstream, Tribruit: Woburn, Bedfordshire Cross-inhand Abbey, Jagent: Batcombe, Somerset Crossing, Castle at the; Caerwent: Hedenham, Norfolk Crowland, Lonazep: Croyland, Lincolnshire Dangerous Ford, Tribruit: Bedford, Bedfordshire Deepwater Harbor, Caercolun: Dunwich, Suffolk Deepwater Harbor, Caercolun: Dunwich, Suffolk Deer, Bedegraine: Derby, Derbyshire Deertown-on-Thames, Rydychan: Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire Deesmouth, Cambria: Chester, Cheshire Devil’s Jumps; Hantonne: Devil’s Jumps; Hamptonshire Diana, Lake of; Summerlands: A King Arthur Pendragon original location Dontown, Roestoc: Doncaster, South Yorkshire Dorsette County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire and Dorsetshire. DuPlain, Salisbury: Mottisfont, Hampshire Durnovaria, Dorsette: Dorchester, Dorsetshire Dykes, Wuerensis: Farthingstone, Northhamptonshire Eburacum, Malahaut: York, Yorkshire Eels, Huntland: Ely Isle, Cambridgeshire Exe River, Ascalon: Exeter, Devonshire Extraordinary Cattle, Caercolun: Hadleigh, Suffolk Field of Doves, Castle of the; Bedegraine: Duffield, Derbyshire Fire Hill Circle White Horse, Salisbury: Fire Hill Circle White Horse, Wiltshire Flax Spring, Linden: Flaxwell, Lincolnshire Floodriver, Salisbury: Wilton, Wiltshire Ford of the Roe Deer, Castle at the; Thamesmouth: Rayleigh, Essex Forest of the Badger, Silchester: Bagshot Forest, Hampshire Fort Gwent, Escavalon: Caerwent, Monmouthshire, Wales Fort of the Britons, Caledonia: Dumbarton, Scotland Fowey Moor; Tintagel, Ascalon, Totnes: Bodmin Moor, Cornwall Freemantle Lodge, Salisbury: Millbrook, Hampshire Gentian County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Berkshire Gentian Mound, Gentian: Marlborough, Wiltshire Glamour, Forest of, Summerland: Melksham, Selwood, and Pewsham woods, Wiltshire Glastonbury Abbey, Summerland: Glastonbury, Somerset Glevum County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Gloucestershire Glevum, Glevum: Gloucester, Gloucestershire Gloom Forests, Salisbury: Melksham, Selwood, and Pewsham woods Goat Town, Tribruit: Geddington, Northampshire Gofannon’s Smithy, Gentian: Weyland’s Smithy, Oxfordshire Goodrich, Glevum: Goodrich, Herefordshire Grantabridge, Huntland: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Gravel House, Lonazep: Grantham, Lincoln Great Bridge, Castle by the; Summerland: Bristol, SomersetshireGreat Muddy Estuary, Caerwent: Yarmouth, Norfolk Greatford, Caerwent: Thetford, Norfolk Guinnon, Caercolun: Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk Hantonne County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire and Sussex. Hantonne, Hantonne: Southampton, Hampshire Harborkeep, Hantonne: Portchester, Hampshire Hart’s Ford, Castle on the: Hertford, Hertfordshire Hartland County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hertford, Essex, and Berkshire Hartsford, Hartland: Hertford, Hertfordshire Hartspool, Castle at the; Caercolun: Eye, Suffolk Hawthorn, Castle of the; Caercolun: Haughley, Suffolk Heights, Castle on the; Ascalon: Dunster, Somerset Hidden Vale, Clarence: Winchcomb, Gloucestershire Highplace Harbor, Caercolun: Ipswich, Suffolk Hill Lodge, Rydychan: Brill, Buckinghamshire Hillfarm Castle, Salisbury: Downton, Wiltshire Hillside, Hartland: Ansty, Warwickshire Horns, Huntland: Horningsea, Cambridgeshire Horsemane Fort, Wuerensis: Mancetter, Leicestershire Humberside, Linden: Humberston, Lincoln Hunthouse Lodge, Jagent: Gillingham, Dorset Huntland County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire. Huntsend Lodge, Wuerensis: A King Arthur Pendragon original location Huntsman Hill, Huntland: Ramsey, Huntingtonshire Huntsman, Huntland: Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire Hurlers, The: Minion, Cornwall Island that was Raised, The; Hantonne: Wight, Hampshire Jagent County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Dorsetshire and Somersetshire. Jagent, Jagent: Ilchester, Somerset King’s Cliffe Lodge, Tribruit: A King Arthur Pendragon original location King’s Forest, Somerset: King’s Forest, Somerset King’s House, Linden: Kingerby, Lincolnshire King’s Stag Lodge, Jagent: Camel, near Sherbourne, Dorset Kingstown, Hartland: Kingsbury, Middlesex Kingswood, Dorsette: Poorstock, Bere Regis; Dorset Lambor, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, and Rutland. Lambor, Lambor: Lutterworth, Leicestershire Leir’s Castle, Lambor: Leicester, Leicestershire Leirstown, Lambor: Leicester, Leicestershire Levcomagus, Silchester: Andover, Hampshire Linden County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Lincoln. Linden Pool, Linden: Lincoln, Lincolnshire Llud’s Castle, Londinium: Baynard’s Castle, London Llud’s Hall, Salisbury: Ludgershall, Wiltshire Llud’s Stream, Linden: Louth, Lincolnshire Lonazep County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Lincolnshire. Lonazep, Lonazep: Folkingham, Lincolnshire Londinium Abbey, Donatus; Thamesmouth: London, Middlesex Londinium AbbeySt Arius; Thamesmouth: London, Middlesex Londinium, Thamesmouth: London, Middlesex Lonely Path, Wuerensis: Ansty, Warwickshire Long Stone, Hantonne (Island): A King Arthur Pendragon original location Longport, Jagent: Langport, Somerset Longridge, Clarence: Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire Longvale, Tribruit: Lookout Headland, Totnes: Totnes, Devon Loud Stream, Castle at the; Tintagel: Lydford, Devon Lower Hightown Estate, Hantonne: Lugh’s Walls, Cambenet: Louth, Lincolnshire Magouns, Hantonne: Arundel, Sussex Mariner’s Monastery, Glevum: Lydney, Gloucestershire Meadowstream, Dorsette: Wimborne, Dorsetshire Middlestone, Rydychan: Middleton Stoney, Oxfordshire Millstream, Ascalon: Milverton, Somersetshire Monument Hill, Caercolun: Maldon, Essex New Works, Linden: Newark, Nottinghamshire Noviomagus, Hantonne: Chichester, Sussex Oakmeet, Bedegraine: Matlock, Derbyshire Oaks Fort, Salisbury: Oaktown, Castle at; Tintagel: Okehampton, Devonshire Oatfield Lodge, Thamesmouth: Havering, Essex Oatfield, Palace in the, Thamesmouth: Havering, Essex Old Fort, Caerwent: Burgh, Norfolk Oldtown Lake, Silchester: Albury, Surrey On the Water, Lonazep: Aylesbury. Buckinghamshire Oroquelenes, Powys: Shrewsbury, Shropshire Outpost of the Sacred Grove, Ascalon: Nemetostatio Vernementum (Roman) Oxenford, Rydychan: Oxford, Oxfordshire Oxfarm, Hantonne: Exton, Hampshire Oxtree, Summerland: Box, Wiltshire Pass, Castle of the; Dorsette: Corfe, Dorsetteshire Pinnacle Castle, Jagent: Montacute, Somersetshire Pleached Hedge, Castle of the; Hartland: Pleshy, Essex Rapidstream Bridge, Summerland: Bristol, Somerset Red Mount, Castle on the; Ascalon: Exeter, Devonshire Red Tower, The; Wuerensis: Kenilworth, Warwickshire Riverford, Silchester: Reading, Berkshire Rivertown, Gentian: Eaton, Wiltshire Roe Deer Gate, Castle of the; Berroc: Reigate, Surrey Roman Isle, Hantonne: Romsey, Hampshire Rooksroost Castle; Tribruit: Rockingham, Northamptonshire Rydychan County, Logres: A county of Logres consisting of parts of Oxford, Buckshire and Wiltshire Rydychan, Rydychan: Wallingford, Berkshire Sacred Grove of Spring, Bedegraine: Nemetostatio (Roman) Saffron, Castle of; Hartland: Saffron Walden, Essex Salisbury, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Hampshire Sand Dunes, Silchester: Send, Surrey Sarum Rock, Salisbuy: Old Sarum, Wiltshire Seafort, Caerwent: Caister-on-sea, Norfolkshire Sentinel Ridge, Castle on, Tribruit: Totternhoe, Bedfordshire Shining Stream, Castle on the; Jagent: Sherbourne, Dorsetshire Silchester County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire, Surrey, and Berkshire Silchester, Silchester: Silchester, Hampshire Slayersfort, Wuerensis: Banbury, Oxfordshire Slippery Ford, Castle at the; Lonazep: Stamford, Lincolnshire Southtown, Caercolun: Sudbury, Suffolk Southworks, Thamesmouth: Southwark, Surrey Sparrowhawk Castle, Gentian: Marlborough Castle, Wiltshire Sparrows, Castle of the; Caercolun: Colchester Castle, Essex Spearshaft, Dorsette: Shaftesbury, Dorsetshire St Albans, Hartland: St Albans, Hertfordshire St Arius’, Londinium: A King Arthur Pendragon original location St Cofa’s Tree, Wuerensis: Coventry, Warwickshire St Martin’s Abbey - Glevum, Glevum: A King Arthur Pendragon original location St Martin’s Abbey - Londinium, Thamesmouth: St Martin’s Abbey - Silchester, Silchester: A King Arthur Pendragon original location St Mary’s, Londinium: St. Mary’s, London St Ninnian’s, Linden: A King Arthur Pendragon original location St Ninnian’s, Lonazep: Stamford, Lincolnshire St Peter’s, Lonazep: Peterborough, Northamptonshire Stag’s Meadow, Tribruit: Buckingham, Buckinghamshire Stone Abbey of the Giant, Dorsette: Cerne Abbas, Dorset Stoneheight Castle; Silchester: Donnington near Newbury, Berkshire Stoneskeep, Berroc: Staines, Surrey Stonetown, Lambor: Stanton-on-Wold, Nottinghamshire Stonewall, Tribruit: Stanwick, Northamptonshire Stoney Ford Castle, Lonazep: Sleaford, Lincolnshire StreamTheld, Salisbury: Tilshead, Wiltshire Streamtown, Rydychan: Taynton, Oxfordshire Summerland, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Somerset, Wiltshire, and Gloucestershire. Terrabil, Castle; Tintagel: Bosinet, Cornwall Thamesmouth County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Essex and Kent. The Mound, Abbey of; Gentian: Marlborough, Wiltshire Thornbush, Castle; Silchester: Farnham, Surrey Thorney Abbey, Lonazep: Thorney, Cambridgeshire Thorns, Linden: Thornton, Lincolnshire Thorntree, Caercolun: orrington, Essex Tintagel Castle, Tintagel: Tintagel, Cornwall Tintagel County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Cornwall and Devonshire. Tribruit County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, and Berkshire. Tribruit, Tribruit: Northampton, Northamptonshire Twin Rivers, Dorsette: Twinham, Devonshire Twinford; Berroc: Twyford, Gloucestershire Twisting River, Gentian: Bedwyn, Wiltshire Upper Ford, Caercolun: Orford, Suffolk Vagon, Salisbury: Boynton, Wiltshire Venta, Caerwent: Norwich, Norfolk Wells, Summerland: Wells, Somersetshire Wereside, Salisbury: Warminster, Wiltshire Westfort White Horse, Salisbury: Westbury White Horse, Wiltshire Westminster, Thamesmouth: Westminster, London Wetwood, Hantonne: Netley, Hampshire White City, Hantonne: Winchester, Hampshire White Horse, Gentian: Uffington White Horse, Wiltshire White Tower, The; Londinium: White Tower, London Wigarons Fort, Galvoie: Worcester, Worcestershire Wildcat Camp; Summerland: Cadbury Camp, Somerset Wolfhill, Glevum: Castle Morton, Worcestershire Wonderful Isle, Caercolun: Eye, Suffolk Woodgrove Castle, Linden: The Castles, Barrowon-Humber, Lincoln Woodhouse, Salisbury: Horningsham, Wiltshire Woodland, Silchester: Odiham, Hampshire Wuerensis County, Logres: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Warwickshire, Northampshire, Leicestershire, and Oxfordshire. Wynchbank, Castle; Silchester: Windsor, Berkshire Yarmouth Castle, Hantonne (Island): Yarmouth, Hampshire m***** 04-01-2016, 06:46 PM And this is the list from Book of the Warlord: Abbeypass Hundred, Dorsette: Yetminster, Dorsetshire Abraham’s Abbey, Rydychan: Abington, Oxfordshire Alderbrook, Gentian: Aldbourne, Wiltshire Alys’ Wood, Silchester: Alice Holt, Hampshire Ambrius’ Abbey, Salisbury: Amesbury, Wiltshire Ancient Mound, Glevum: Howle Hill, Herefordshire Anna’s Water Hundred, Salisbury: Andover, Wiltshire Army Hill Hundred, Hartland: Harlow, Essex Ascalon, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Devon, Somersetshire, and Dorset. Ashtree Spring, Hartland: Ashwell, Hertfordshire Ashtree, Ascalon: Ashbrittle, Somersetshire Ashtree, Lambor: Ashby-de-la-Zouche, Leicestershire Aspen Manor, Berroc: Weybridge, Surrey Assembly Hill Hundred, Tribruit: Manhead, Bedfordshire Astolat, Silchester: Guildford, Surrey Avalon, Summerland: Glastonbury, Somersetshire Axbridge, Summerland: Axbridge, Somersetshire Axe, Ascalon: Axminster, Devonshire Baden’s Mound Hundred, Caercolun: Babergh, Suffolk Bard’s Abbey, Linden: Bardney, Lincolnshire Barehill Hundred, Salisbury: Cawden, Wiltshire Bath, Summerland: Bath, Somersetshire Battle-axe Pillar, Tintagel: Barnstaple, Devonshire Bayford, Hartland: Bayford, Hertsfordshire Beachfort Hundred, Hantonne: Burghbeach, Sussex Beautiful Place, Dorsette: Beaulieu, Hampshire Bedegraine, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Beggarsford, Jagent: Lattiford, Somersetshire Behind the Waters, Lonazep: Wisbech, Cambridgeshire Beli’s Field Hundred, Ascalon: Budleigh, Devonshire Bennden Hills, Ascalon: Brompton Regis, Somersetshire Berroc, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Middlesex, Surrey, and Kent. Birch Farm, Rydychan: Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire Birchwood, Clarence: Berkeley, Gloucestershire Bishop’s Hold, Hartland: Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire Black Abbot’s, Dorsette: Abbotsbury, Dorsetshire Black Torrent, Tintagel: Black Torrington, Devonshire Blackmoor, Hartland: Black More, Hertfordshire Blackriver, Gentian: Calne, Wiltshire Blackstream Hundred, Caercolun: Blackburn, Suffolk Blackthorn, Rydychan: Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire Bladud’s Mound, Gentian: Malmesbury, Wiltshire Bluefield Hundred, Caerwent: Blofield, Norfolk Bluefort Hundred, Rydychan: Blewbury, Berkshire Boarshead, Lonazep: Swineshead, Lincolnshire Bordermark, Salisbury: Chilmark, Wiltshire Borderwood, Dorsette: Ringwood, Hampshire Bracken Hundred, Hartland: Braughing, Hertfordshire Bracken, Hartland: Braughing, Hertsfordshire Bran’s Abbey, Thamesmouth: Bermondsey, Surrey Bran’s Island, Thamesmouth: Bermondsey, Surrey Bran’s Town, Lambor: Branston, Leicestershire Bridge on the Cam, Clarence: Cambridge, Gloucestershire Bright Place, Hartland: Shenley, Hertfordshire Bright Skull, Silchester: Kingsclere, Hampshire Brightstream, Jagent: Sherbourne, Dorsetshire Briocstown Hundred, Wuerensis: Bloxham, Oxfordshire Broadford, Ascalon: Bradford-on-Tone, Somersetshire Broadstream Fort, Caerwent: Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex Broomfield Hundred, Caercolun: Chelmsford (north), Essex Brothercross Estate, Clarence: Buckland, Gloucestershire Brown, Lonazep: Bourne, Lincolnshire Brushwood, Hartland: Graveley, Hertfordshire Buck, Caerwent: Buckenham, Suffolk Byroad, Huntland: Chesterton, Cambridgeshire Caercolun, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. Caerwent, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Suffolk and Essex. Camulodunum, Caercolun: Colchester, Essex Camulos, Hantonne: Carisbrooke, Hampshire Cattlefarm, Silchester: Neatham, Hampshire Cattleherds, Wuerensis: Kineton, Warwickshire Cattlelake Hundred, Caercolun: Bosmere, Suffolk Chalkhill Hundred, Salisbury: Chalke, Wiltshire Chalkpit, Rydychan: Chalgrove, Oxfordshire Chattering Glade, Thamesmouth: Writtle, Essex Chiefsfield Hundred, Salisbury: Frustfield, Wiltshire City of Legions, Cheshire: Chester, Cheshire Clareia, Caerwent: Tunstead, Norfolk Clarence, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Gloucestershire and Warwickshire. Claytown Hundred, Tribruit: Cleley, Bedfordshire Cleanstream, Ascalon: Broad Clyst, Devonshire Cleanstream, Caercolun: Henstead, Suffolk Clearford, Clarence: Fairford, Gloucestershire Clearing of the Bees, Ascalon: Bickleigh, Devonshire Clearstream, Caercolun: Clare, Suffolk Clubtree Hundred, Dorsette: Culliford, Dorsetshire Cockfield, Caercolun: Cockfield, Suffolk Coel’s Hill Hundred, Wuerensis: Helmingford, Warwickshire Coll’s Vale Hundred, Clarence: Bradley, Gloucestershire Corinium, Clarence: Cirencester, Gloucestershire Cornerfield, Caercolun: Crowfield, Suffolk Courtship Valley, Ascalon: Luccomb, Somersetshire Cowfold Hundred, Silchester: Stoke, Buckinghamshire Cranes Hundred, Linden: Corringham, Lincolnshire Creeksea Landing, Caercolun: Creeksea, Essex Crooked Stream, Tribruit: Woburn, Bedfordshire Crossing, the; Caerwent: Hedenham, Norfolk Crowland, Lonazep: Croyland, Lincolnshire Curry Stream, Ascalon: North Curry, Somersetshire Curtaintown, Rydychan: Kirtlington, Oxfordshire Dangerous Ford, Tribruit: Bedford, Bedfordshire Deepwater, Caercolun: Dunwich, Suffolk Deer, Bedegraine: Derby, Derbyshire Ditch Hundred, Caercolun: Diss, Norfolk Donkey Hill, Rydychan: Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire Dorsette, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire and Dorsetshire. Doubleford Hundred, Glevum: Twyford, Gloucestershire Dove Field, Bedegraine: Dufield, Derbyshire Driants, Salisbury: Elston, Wiltshire DuPlain, Salisbury: Mottisfont, Hampshire Durnovaria, Dorsette: Dorchester, Dorsetshire Ebble, Salisbury: Ebble, Wiltshire Eels, Huntland: Ely, Cambridgeshire Elmbridge, Berroc: Elmbridge, Surrey Elmham, Caercolun: Elmham, Suffolk Elmspring, Caercolun: Elmswell, Suffolk Elmstump Hundred, Salisbury: Elstub, Wiltshire Enclosure, Berroc: Hounslow, Middlesex Ex River, Ascalon: Exeter, Devonshire Fishspawn, Hartland: Cottered, Hertfordshire Fishtown Hundred, Wuerensis: Fishborough, Worcester Five Trees Hundred, Dorsette: Pimperne, Dorsetshire Flax Spring, Linden: Flaxwell, Lincolnshire Flaxfield, Glevum: Flaxley, Gloucestershire Fleetstreams Hundred, Tribruit: Flitt, Bedfordshire Floodriver, Salisbury: Wilton, Wiltshire Foot of the Hill, Wuerensis: Churchover, Warwickshire Ford of the Oxen, Rydychan: Oxford, Oxfordshire Ford of the Roe Deer, Thamesmouth: Rayleigh, Essex Fordstream Hundred, Silchester: Welford, Hampshire Forest of Gloom, Salisbury: Melksham, Selwood and Pewsham Woods, Wiltshire Forest of the Badger, Silchester: Bagshot Forest, Hampshire Forest of the Great Valley, Glevum: Dean Forest, Herefordshire Forest of the Trench, Salisbury: Groverly Forest, Wiltshire Fort Bran, Caerwent: Brancaster, Norfolk Fort Brutus, Caercolun: Walton-on-the-Naze, Suffolk Fort Gwent, Escavalon: Monmouthshire, Wales Fox, Wuerensis: Foxton, Gloucestershire Freebridge Hundred, Caerwent: Freebridge, Norfolk Frogvale, Caercolun: Frostenden, Suffolk Gentian Hill, Gentian: Marlborough, Wiltshire Gentian Mound, Gentian: Marlborough, Wiltshire Gentian, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Berkshire. Glamour, Forest of; Summerland: Melksham, Selwood and Pewsham Woods, Wiltshire Glastonbury, Summerland: Glastonbury, Somersetshire Gleaming House, Rydychan: Glympton, Oxfordshire Glevum, Glevum: Gloucester, Gloucestershire Goat Town, Tribruit: Geddington, Northampshire Goodrich, Glevum: Goodrich, Herefordshire Grantabridge, Huntland: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Gravel House, Lonazep: Grantham, Lincolnshire Gravesend, Wuerensis: Gravesend, Northamptonshire Gravesend, Wuerensis: Gravesend, Northamptonshire Graythorn Hundred, Jagent: Horethorne, Somersetshire Great Bridge, Summerland: Bristol, Somersetshire Great River, Hantonne: Michaeldever, Hampshire Great Valley Forest, Glevum: Dean Forest, Gloucestershire Greatford, Caerwent:Thetford, Norfolk Greatstone Hundred, Clarence: Kiftsgate, Gloucestershire Greenhome, Clarence: Miserden, Gloucestershire Greetham, Linden: Greetham, Lincolnshire Guinnon, Caercolun: Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk Hantonne, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire and Sussex. Hantonne, Hantonne: Southampton, Hampshire Harbor Enclosure, Ascalon: Carhampton, Somersetshire Harborkeep Fort, Hantonne: Portchester, Hampshire Hartland, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hertford, Essex, and Berkshire. Hartland, Tintagel: Hartland, Devonshire Harts Ford, Hartland: Hertford, Hertfordshire Hartspool, Caercolun: Eye, Suffolk Hazelgrove, Ascalon: Sampford Peverel, Devonshire Healing Wells, Summerland: Wells, Somersetshire Heather, Salisbury: Heddington, Wiltshire Hen Farm, Caercolun: Henstead, Suffolk Hidden Vale, Clarence: Winchcomb, Gloucestershire High Cherry, Huntland: Cherry Hinton, Cambridge Highhome Hundred, Tribruit: Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire Highplace Harbor, Caercolun: Ipswich, Suffolk Hill of the Horn, Linden: Horncastle, Lincolnshire Hillfarm Hundred, Salisbury: Downton, Wiltshire Hillsfoot, Rydychan: Wantage, Berkshire Holy Place, Ascalon: Cannington, Somersetshire Horns, Huntland: Horningsea, Cambridgeshire Horsemane Fort, Wuerensis: Mancetter, Leicestershire Hot Spring, Ascalon: Bampton, Devonshire Houndbarrow Hundred, Berroc: Hounslow, Middlesex Hounds Hundred, Jagent: Houndsborough, Somersetshire Houseman, Wuerensis: Knaptoft, Leicestershire Humberside, Linden: Humberstone, Lincolnshire Huntland, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire. Huntsman Hill, Huntland: Huntington, Huntingdonshire Huntsman, Fort of the; Huntland: Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire Huntsman, Huntland: Ramsey, Huntingdonshire In the Vale, Manor, Tribruit: Denton, Northumberlandshire Irwyn’s Home Hundred, Caerwent: S. Erpingham, Norfolk Island that was Raised, Hantonne: Wight, Hampshire Jagent, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Dorsetshire and Somersetshire. Jagent, Jagent: Ilchester, Somersetshire King’s Forest, Caercolun: Kingswood, Essex King’s Forest, Summerland: King’s Forest, Somersetshire King’s House, Linden: Kingerby, Lincolnshire Kingstown West, Ascalon: Kingsbury West, Somersetshire Kingtown, Hartland: Kingsbury, Middlesex Lambor, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, and Rutland. Lambor, Lambor: Lutterworth, Leicestershire Landstrip Hundred, Hartland: Gore, Middlesex Legion Fort, Escavalon: Carlion, South Wales Leirstown, Lambor: Leicester, Leicestershire Levcomagus, Silchester: Andover, Hampshire Linden Pool, Linden: Lincoln, Lincolnshire Little Hill, Ascalon: Cricket St omas, Somersetshire Lleu’s Hill Hundred, Tribruit: Biggleswade, Bedfordshire Llud’s Stream, Linden: Louth, Lincolnshire Lonazep, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern county of Lincolnshire. Lonazep, Lonazep: Stamford, Lincolnshire Londinium, Thamesmouth: Londinium, Middlesex Lonely Glade, Bunsty, Buckinghamshire Lonely Path, Wuerensis: Ansty, Warwickshire Longport, Jagent: Langport, Somersetshire Longridge, Clarence: Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire Lovestream, Jagent: Cary, Somersetshire Lower Fort, Dorsette: Netherbury, Dorsetshire Magouns, Hantonne: Arundel, Sussex Manor in the Vale, Tribruit: Shelby, Devonshire Manorfort Hundred, Gentian: Faircross, Berkshire Mapletree, Tribruit: Linford, Buckinghamshire Marshtown, Berroc: Merstham, Surrey Meadowstream, Dorsette: Wimborne, Dorsetshire Meetinglade Hundred, Dorsette: Christchurch, Hampshire Mendip Forest, Summerland: Mendip Forest, Somersetshire Midford Hundred, Caerwent: Mitford, Norfolk Mighty Ones, Lonazep: Braceborough, Lincolnshire Millstream, Ascalon: Milverton, Somersetshire Minnow Stream, Lonazep: Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire Monument Hill, Caercolun: Maldon, Essex Mousefort, Ascalon: Musbury, Devonshire Nakedthorn Hundred, Gentian: Compton, Berkshire Northtown, Hartland: Norton, Hertfordshire Nottingham, Bedegraine: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire Noviomagus, Hantonne: Chichester, Sussex Oaksfort, Salisbury: Oakbury, Wiltshire Oakslope, Silchester: Oakhanger, Hampshire Oaktown Ironworks, Summerland: Iron Acton, Somersetshire Oaktown, Tintagel: Okehampton, Devonshire Old Fort, Caerwent: Burgh, Norfolk On the Slope, Wuerensis: Silverstone, Northamptonshire Osier Hundred, Glevum: Pershore (part), Worcestershire Owen’s House, Rydychan: Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire Owensford Hundred, Caerwent: Eynesford, Norfolk Ox Bridge, Hantonne: Rotherbridge, Sussex Oxenford, Rydychan: Oxford, Oxfordshire Oxfarm, Hantonne: Exton, Hampshire Oxfarm, Hartland: Oxwick, Hertsfordshire Oxfence Hundred, Wuerensis: Rothwell, Northamptonshire Parretbank Hundred, Ascalon: South Petherton, Somersetshire Pass, Dorsette: Corfe, Dorsetshire Patrick’s Island, Thamesmouth: Brixton, Surrey People’s Ford, Caerwent: Thetford, Norfolk Pinnacle, Jagent: Montacute, Somersetshire Pleached Hedge, Hartland: Pleshy, Essex Pool, Jagent: Martock, Somersetshire Priestown, Jagent: Preston, Somersetshire Quinqueroi Forest, Caercolun: Essex Forest, Essex Ravenfarm, Tribruit: Ravensthorpe, Northamptonshire Ravens Men, Caerwent: Raveningham, Norfolk Ravenshome Manor, Linden: Raventhorpe, Lincolnshire Red Tower, Wuerensis: Kenilworth, Warwickshire Ringforest Hundred, Jagent: Whitley, Somersetshire Riverbend, Caercolun: Witham, Essex Riverford, Silchester: Reading, Berkshire Roaring Stream, Ascalon: Taunton, Somersetshire Rockstown, Ascalon: Carhampton, Somersetshire Roe Deer Ford, Thamesmouth: Rayleigh, Essex Roman Isle, Hantonne: Romsey, Hampshire Roundhill, Caerwent: Cringleford, Norfolk Rydychan, County: A county of Logres consisting of parts of Oxford, Buckinghamshire and Wiltshire. Rydychan, Rydychan: Wallingford, Oxfordshire Salisbury, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Wiltshire and Hampshire. Sand Dunes, Silchester: Send, Surrey Sea Fort, Caerwent: Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk Seaside, Ascalon: Seaton, Devonshire Shallow Stream, Tribruit: Scaldwell, Northamptonshire Sherwood Forest, Bedegraine: Sherwood Forest, Northamptonshire Silchester, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Hampshire, Surrey, and Berkshire. Silchester, Silchester: Silchester, Hampshire Slayersfort Hundred, Wuerensis: Banbury, Oxfordshire Slipford, Lonazep: Sleaford, Lincolnshire Smallage Field Hundred, Rydychan: Ock, Berkshire South Barehill, Tintagel: South Molton, Devonshire Southmule Hundred, Tribruit: Newport, Buckinghamshire Southtown, Caercolun: Sudbury, Suffolk Southworks, Thamesmouth: Southwark, Surrey Spearshaft, Dorsetshire: Shaftsbury, Dorsetshire Springs Hundred, Silchester: Burnam, Hampshire St Albans, Hartland: St Albans, Hertfordshire St Arius, Londinium: A King Arthur Pendragon original location. St Cofs, Wuerensis: Coventry, Warwickshire St Martin’s Silchester: A King Arthur Pendragon original location. St Mary’s, Londinium, Thamesmouth: London, Middlesex St Ninnian’s Abbey, Lambor: A King Arthur Pendragon original location. The abbey is in Leirstown, Lambor (Leicester, Leicestershire). St Ninnian’s Abbey, Linden: Humberton, Lincolnshire St Peter’s, Lonazep: Peterborough, Northamptonshire Stag’s Meadow, Rydychan: Buckingham, Buckinghamshire Stockade Manor, Berroc: Hayes, Middlesex Stone Circle, Caercolun: Ringshall, Suffolk Stonebridge Hundred, Tribruit: Manhead, Bedfordshire Stonepillar Hundred, Gentian: Staple, Wiltshire Stones Hundred, Jagent: Stone, Somersetshire Stones, Berroc: Staines, Middlesex Stonetown, Lambor: Stanton-on-Wold, Nottinghamshire Stonewall, Tribruit: Stanwick, Northamptonshire Stoney Ford, Lonazep: Stamford, Lincolnshire Stream of the Warriors, Huntland: Barnwell, Northamptonshire Streamfield, Salisbury: Tilsbury, Wiltshire Streamside, Caercolun: Beccles, Suffolk Strong Gate, Hartland: Stevenage, Hertfordshire Studfold Hundred, Rydychan: Stotfold, Buckinghamshire Summerland, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Somerset, Wiltshire, and Gloucestershire. Swan Island, Caercolun: Olney, Buckinghamshire Swans Hundred, Salisbury: Swanborough, Wiltshire Swords, The; Jagent: Whitley, Somersetshire Tansy, Dorsette: Hilton, Dorsetshire Terrabil, Tintagel: Bosinet, Cornwall Thamesmouth, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Essex and Kent. Thicket, Hartland: Bushey, Hertfordshire Thornbush, Silchester: Farnham, Surrey Thorne Tree, Lonazep: orney, Cambridgeshire Thornland Hundred, Silchester: Farnham, Surrey Thorntree, Caercolun: orrington, Essex Threemounds Hundred, Wuerensis: Kington, Warwickshire Thunderrumble, Caercolun: underlowe, Essex Tintagel, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Cornwall and Devonshire. Tintagel, Tintagel: Tintagel, Cornwall Tinted Hill Hundred, Jagent: Tintinhull, Somersetshire Tollford Hundred, Dorsette: Tollerford, Dorsetshire Trench, Forest of the, Salisbury: Groverly Forest, Wiltshire Tribruit, Tribruit: Northampton, Northamptonshire Tricklebrook, Lambor: Seaton, Lincolnshire Twin Rivers, Dorsette: Twynham, Dorsetshire Twisting River Town, Gentian: Bedwyn, Wiltshire Upperford, Caercolun: Orford, Suffolk Venta, Caerwent: Norwich, Norfolk Wantage Hundred, Rydychan: Wantage, Berkshire Warrior Spring, Huntland: Barnwell, Northamptonshire Watercress, Glevum: Newent, Gloucestershire Waterlily Brook, Wuerensis: Cropredy, Oxfordshire Waters, Lonazep: Bourne, Lincolnshire Waybrook Hundred, Caerwent: Wayland, Norfolk Weir Grove, Silchester: Wargrave, Berkshire Weir Meadow, Dorsette: Wareham, Dorsetshire Wells, Summerland: Wells, Somersetshire Wereside, Salisbury: Warminster, Wiltshire West Abbey, Thamesmouth: Westminster, Londinium Wether’s Field Hundred, Huntland: Wetherley, Cambridgeshire Wetwood, Hantonne: Netley, Hampshire Wheat Hill, Tribruit: Mursley, Buckinghamshire Wheatfield, Hantonne: Freemantle, Hampshire Wheelwell Hundred, Salisbury: Whorwellsdown, Wiltshire White City, Hantonne: Winchester, Hampshire Whiteford Hundred, Huntland: Whittlesford, Northamptonshire Whitewell, Lambor: Whitwell, Rutland Wildmound Hundred, Caerwent: Feltwell, Norfolk Wol ill, Glevum: Castle Morton, Worcester Wol own, Tribruit: Claverton, Buckinghamshire Wolf, Tribruit: Calverton, Buckinghamshire Wolfpool Path Hundred, Linden: Wolmersty, Lincolnshire Wooded, Silchester: Odiham, Hampshire Woodgrove, Linden: The Castles, Barrow-on-Humber, Lincolnshire Woodhill, Clarence: Hurst, Gloucestershire Woodpecker, Tintagel: Bickleigh, Devonshire Woodtown Hundred, Rydychan: Wooton, Oxfordshire Wuerensis, County: A county of Logres, consisting of portions of the modern counties of Warwickshire, Northampshire, Leicestershire, and Oxfordshire. Wyrmstown, Linden: Ormsby, Lincolnshire Yokeford, Caercolun: Yoxford, Suffolk Yokehill Hundred, Rydychan: Ixhill, Buckinghamshire Yokehill, Rydychan: Ixhill, Buckinghamshire Youngbuck, Dorsette: Buckland Newton, Dorsetshire d***** 04-06-2016, 10:01 AM Why the reversal? Greg Stafford 04-06-2016, 06:00 PM Why the reversal? Because I had a lot of complaints and then I held a poll and the modern names won L***** 04-11-2016, 04:35 PM I really got confused (especially AFTER I printed all my pdfs...). QUESTION: If I have all the pdfs which I bought from drivethroughrpg....will I ever get updated versions with the FINAL and definitive names? I am especially concerned about all the new books with incredibly lonks lists (Uther, Warlord, etc.) and also the GPC...which, at this point, I do not know if it holds or not the right names. I am lost.... Greg Stafford 04-12-2016, 06:26 AM Yes, you will get updated PDF--Nocturnal is extremely good in this respect However, it will take some time to do this The final and definitive names are the modern names GPC needs no correction--it was done years ago before the fantasy of names swept me off my feet M***** 04-12-2016, 07:15 AM GPC needs no correction--it was done years ago before the fantasy of names swept me off my feet With the exception of a couple of county & city names: Devon = Ascalon Marlborough = Gentian Somerset = Summerland Surrey = Berroc The Eight Civitates of Logres (using now Latin names, except for Silchester): London = Londinium (Thamesmouth) Gloucester = Glevum (Glevum) Norwich = Venta (Caerwent) Silchester = Silchester (Silchester) Dorchester = Durnovaria (Dorsette) Cirencester = Corinium (Clarence) Colchester = Camulodunum (Caercolun) Chichester = Noviomagus (Hantonne) L***** 04-12-2016, 10:21 AM Yes, you will get updated PDF--Nocturnal is extremely good in this respect However, it will take some time to do this The final and definitive names are the modern names GPC needs no correction--it was done years ago before the fantasy of names swept me off my feet Greg, I must confess that I appreciated many of those new names, especially with all your efforts on "de-saxonizing" them. But I guess the problem came when one tried to cope information between old and new books and with Arthurian sources external from the rpg. Without considering people like me who do not know UK enough to be sure even about modern names ... By the way, you have been great to change the names once, and now you are great in listening people and revert the change. Thanks a lot. Now I need an atlas to understand where is everything.... M***** 04-12-2016, 12:57 PM Now I need an atlas to understand where is everything.... Well, at least if you look at the beginning of this thread, you will have a lot of the place names and their modern names gathered here. So you can do a Find on your web browser to search for the fictionalized name, find out the modern name, and then stick it into Google maps. Of course, if it is just an overview you are looking for, then the maps of BoU and BotW will work just fine for that, too. The names are changed back to modern/historical (in most cases) but the locations are not changed. Greg Stafford 04-12-2016, 05:09 PM By the way, you have been great to change the names once, and now you are great in listening people and revert the change. Thanks a lot. [/quote] Thank you. It has actually been an ordeal for me. Now I need an atlas to understand where is everything.... Although with the KAP names you needed an atlas and the book of translations Greg Stafford 04-13-2016, 12:24 AM I am making my huge tome of names that won't be used available as a downloadable file, I mean, two files, on my website StaffordCodex.com s***** 07-07-2016, 06:18 PM I'll miss the names. Its been very helpful to my players (even the ones who know where all the places are) to use non-Saxon names for things. Its hard to get into the proper mindframe to crush Saxons sometimes when you are using their names for things you are claiming to own. Greg Stafford 07-08-2016, 12:33 AM Yes, I understand I will miss them too I plan to sneak a few back in as Arthur's reign goes on For instance, after the Battle of Stafford the castle is named Castle Terrabal after the battle But I have to say that is quite a bit easier to find places when their modern name is used. Looking in the appendix then searching maps proved quite tiring for me, especially as several places seem to have missed when the new names were listed Still, places that are named in the literature will keep their literary names So will the counties of Britain remain the ones that are not modern, but made up for the game Finally, you can find the names for most of the places in the Pendragon Atlas files at my web site, Staffordcodex.com I will be moving it to GSPendragon.com, the official KAP web site, at some point It is a formidable work Furthermore, I think that some places not in the web site are covered in the published BoE and BoW
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