Britain & Logres

Important places

  • Logres
    • Logres is the largest country in Britain, but without a king. It is located in the center of the island.
  • Malahaut
    • Malahaut is a country to the north of Logres. It is constantly under heavy raids from the Saxons.
  • London
    • The largest and most famous city in Logres, London holds about 10 000 inhabitants. Located on the bank of Thames River, it is protected by two castles, Castle Lud and White Tower. Inside the city walls, there are countless places of interest to visit. However, the city is often thought of as an unclean, loud and crammed place by knights, who are accustomed to having their own space.
  • Eburacum
    • The throne of King of Malahaut, Eburacum is one of the greatest cities in Britain, and most certainly the greates city in the northern parts. Still partly fortified by the Roman walls, it is divided in two distinct parts on opposing sides of a river. On the northern side is the Royal City, the seat of the king, and on the southern bank is the Old City. Access to the Royal City is usally restricted for everyone but the greatest nobility.

Important people

  • Merlin
    • Reputedly the son of a nun and a demon. He was recently exiled and condemned to death for kidnapping the King's infant son. His whereabouts are unknown.
  • Sir Brastias
    • Former bodyguard of the King, Sir Brastias is a highly seasoned warrior and very highly sought after in the realm.
  • Sir Ulfius, Duke of Silchester
    • Sir Ulfius, a former follower of Uther, is one of the only Logres Dukes not present at the feast of St. Albans.


  • King Uther
    • King of Logres, Uther proved ultimately unworthy to wield the Excalibur. He was killed in the infamous victory feast of St. Albans in 495.
  • Sir Madoc
    • Prince Madoc, the bastard son of King Uther, was killed in the battle of Tintagel castle in 491.
  • Sir Gorlois, Duke of Cornwall
    • King Uther attacked Duke Gorlois on grounds of treachery, and he was slain by knights Pellogres and Morris in the battle of Tintagel in 491.
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