Some people hear about the place and think of it as bucolic because of the Silicane and the non-lethality of it. However, another way to see it is that this area consists of a group of gwomes so committed to the continuation of warfare, that they will do it even with less fatalities
It is just off the A361, just north of the center of Wardington town
Just off a walking path in the village of Wardington.
Installed in the midst of snow and wind on 3/18/7.
This was Kcymaerxthaere installation #029 and the fourth in what we call the United Kingdom.
Text of the Marker
The part of the story installed here:
Lands of Exiles
The swath of land between the Thames and the Wheel of Faith, across the center of what is now called linear Britain, was the home of the Exile gwomes, an area of constant war and much diversity: Saxons, the Legions of Reasonably Tall Men, Normans, Saracens, Vesuvii, Jihn Wranglikans, Zulu, Fendest, and even a gwome of land seals. But after the depopulating Greatwater Flood, a truce was called and, upon much consideration, the Wardington Rules of War were agreed on. From then on, largely due to the use of potent silicane-like tranquilizers, soldiers were rarely killed in combat, but instead were utterly exiled and mourned as dead—as they truly were in every other sense. Indeed, the word exile comes from the False Cognate for ‘deceased,’ and any attempt to resume contact led to the slaughter of the whole family.
A Few Storied Cultures of the Xthaere
- Handfuls of Small Stones
- Erailen Gwome
- Tumbles of Tlapak
- Eddgar and Benn
- Velkristan's Nirvana
- Battle of Marathon
- Fourth Justice
- Lands of Exiles
- Home of the Buratreu
- The Sale of Manhattan
- New Singapore
- Rhyolite's District of Shadows
- The Hiraoselky Legions
- Fegren of the Air
- Jumomeesta (The Monolith)
- Wmøgyrigwome xxx (875)
- Storyteller Flats