|— Town —|
|Country||Kingdom of England|
|Resource||Lake (known as The Pool)|
|Province||Province of Canterbury|
|Diocese||Diocese of Chester|
|Founded||17th July 1455|
|- Harbour Master||Scot_mcfergus|
|Population (2 April 2012)|
Liverpool is a fishing town that attracts many visitors who launch their boats on the Pool. The town also has an unusually large number of vegetable fields, many of which have been planted with strawberries.
To the north-east, there is an iron mine, in which up to 85 people may work.
- Wheat-Flour-Bread Syndicate
- Meat Producers Union
- Liverpool Institute of Fishing Excellence (LIFE)
- Liverpool Institute of Fishing Excellence Boats of all Types (LIFEBOAT)
- Blacksmiths' Guild
- Strawberries R Us
- The Liverpudlian - Owned by Town Hall.
- Paga Inn - Owned by Koffieschaap. Bartender is Mykali. On the corner of Bank Street and Castle Street.
- The SmellyFish Inn - Poker tavern, owned by Rareware. Bartender is Jeux.
- The Sailors' Inn - used to be next to the Church, but was stolen on the night of Tuesday 9th Sep 1456, possibly by Winstanley.
- Wenches of Mischief - Owned by Lady_nicole, who is also the bartender.
History & EventsEdit
(July 17th, 1455) Liverpool was founded.
(November 9th, 1457) Cill Chaoi (NNGO) is the first city in Ireland, and all of the English speaking realms to complete the first port and first ship. The first ship was sold to Lord Arogandor and his first mate Lector of the "Grail Lords Shipping Company". Bound for England the ship left the docks of Cill Chaoi on November 20th, 1457 carrying cargo and notable Irish passengers such as Dolina, Lady_Brianna, Maximiliaan, Nosferattus, and Jaseph. On December 9th their ship arrived successfully and safetly in Liverpool, England proving the seaworthiness of Irish NNGO ships. Many of the passengers are quite happy to be in England and are looking forward to starting a new life.
The first mayor (for one day), was Angelous, revolting before anyone could hire militia. Cognimaniac counter-revolted, and has been mayor almost ever since, handing over to Kath Sanders for a brief period in the autumn of 1455, and to Ainsley for two terms in the spring of 1456. As of December 1456, Ainsley is once again mayor.