Glastonbury

Stats
Terrain: Plains, River
Search: -2
Languages: English, French
Literacy: Broken
Tech Level: 3
Wealth: Struggling
Status: 0
Government Type: Oligarchy
Control Rating: 2
Corruption: 0

Population
Peasants: 200 (75 men, 80 women, and 45 children under 14)
Warriors: 190 (50 mounted knights, 35 squires, 25 scouts, 80 infantry)
Mercenaries: 30 (20 crossbowmen, 10 siege engineers)
Others: 23 (3 men, 20 women)
Unattached women: 25 (4 noblewomen, 8 ladies in waiting, 13 peasants over 14)
Monks: 45

Total: 513

Food production is in large part hunter/gatherer with a great deal of effort being expended on agriculture to prepare for the coming winter. Sheep, cows, and pigs are not being harvested to increase their long term numbers.

Rain has been barely adequate to raise the crops that normally grow in southern England. The peasants are predicting that the late summer will probably not have enough rain to allow the crops to grow to full maturity before harvest time.

Materials in abundance: grass, land
Materials that are lacking: soft wood, stone, water
Materials that are very scarce: hard wood
Materials that have been exhausted: all metals, coal

Exchange of goods is tightly controlled by:
Robert Deveroux – Military leader
Peter Bakerson – Civil leader
William of St. Vigor – Religious leader

The village of Glastonbury is composed of roughly 100 buildings built in a rough semi-circle around the entrance to the unfinished Glastonbury Abbey grounds. The town has a number of small businesses at its center, specifically 3 inns (the Grey Fox, King’s Cupper, and the Cock and the Crow), a blacksmith, a dry goods store, a granary that doubles as a bakery, and a grocery. The village center also has a well and a stockade (virtually never used). The streets in the town do not yet have names.

Glastonbury

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