—  Village  —
Country Kingdom of England
County Devon
Purpose Village in Devon (Node)

Oxford was the capital of the county of Wiltshire.

An outsider once said: "Socially, Oxford has been described as "pretty inactive and aloof", with the residents "rarely visiting the taverns". This isn't surprising, given the small population." He was wrong.

Oxford is a fair town, nestled among the trees, in the very heart of England. A town untroubled by wasps, for the want of an orchard; free of flies, for a lack of fish; yet well catered for with boats – though it only has the dreamy River Isis to punt on. The residents are expert foresters, fine stone cutters and brew some excellent ales and beers.

Location Edit

Oxford is the northern-most town of Wiltshire. Roads lead north to Evesham, south-west to Marlborough and south-east to Reading.

History Edit

In October 1456 Oxford hosted the Capital Harvest Festival, which attracted visitors from across the kingdom, including the entire Zoo.


  • Jan 31 (Approx.), 1454 - Puffring (First mayor)
  • Feb 14, 1455 - Asteria
  •  ?? - Ragnardour
  •  ?? - Doctor_Koopon
  • Oct 1456 - Kennagillian
  • Dec 1456 - Razvan_max
  • Jan 1457 - Bobofet - taking the office by means of a one-man revolt intended as an experiment.
  • Jan 1457 - Extli - taking back the office on the orders of Wiltshire Council
  • ?? - Romfordrichi
  • ?? - Asteria

Religion Edit

The patron saint of Oxford is Fitzchivalry - whose mummified remains can be seen at the church. Fitzchivalry was the second of three priests to die in mysterious circumstances.

The town's alternative religious affairs are apparently run by the local witch, who may be found in the tavern. Beware low-flying barstools.

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