|Size:||775 ft. east to west by 1000 ft. north to south|
|People of Note:||Archbishop Hanley, Duke George, Lath, Mrs Ludd, Sensei Osaka, Shidoshi Sir Kai|
|Historical Figures:||Sir Zandrill|
|Organizations:||The Albion Royal Family, The Dwarven Trade Missions, The Monasteries of the Way|
Places of Interest
|Inns:||The Dying Soldier, The Palace Inn, The Rat and Parrot, The Silent Shadow, The Warehouseman's Rest, Western Arms|
|Druids Circles:||Thistledelve Grove|
|Monasteries:||The Monastery of the North Winds|
Not far south of the Furrowed Hills, in the north-eastern corner of the kingdom, rolling farmlands and a few picturesque copses of ash and oak surround this town. It was a corner stone of the Old Faith and the ways of nature are still revered in this area today.
Places of Interest
Heavy security guards this place.
Frequently inhabited by soldiers and adventurers. Mrs Ludd, mother of the famous Lady Fortuna, is a bard who entertains here.
Lovely inn with expensive prices.
Spit and sawdust sort of place.
Said to be the home of a new guild of thieves.
Frequented by workers from the warehouse district.
A modest tavern which struggles to survive with the popular Dying Soldier nearby.
The Initiate of Obad Hai, Zandrill, has his grove and cottage on the outskirts of the town.
Not far south of the Furrowed Hills, in the north-eastern corner of the kingdom, rolling farmlands and a few picturesque copses of ash and oak surround this town. It was a corner stone of the Old Faith and the nature god is still revered in this area today.
Nearby are the stronghold of Castle Fortuna, and the Monastery of the North Winds. The King’s Road North runs from this town to the village of Waymeet in the centre of the kingdom. Due to the continued protection of Eastward and the distance from the Jagged Peaks, this is a pretty safe and secure town.
The soldiers based here wear the sky blue of Thistledelve and their standard is a green thistle on a sky blue background.
Thistledelve has been here as long as the history of Albion, in one form or another. It has spent most of its time as a village but in recent centuries has grown to be a town.
Thistledelve was the home of the current King, Jarrad I, during the Chaos Wars, when he was Prince Jarrad. It was as far south as the hordes of the mountains managed to push during the wars and Thistledelve was hard pushed by the end. But it just held out due to some amazing warcraft by the now King and his advisors and generals.
The Duke of Thistledelve, Duke George, the twenty one year old cousin of the King is now ruler over Thistledelve and all the lands of the north.
A strange half-man, half-horse creature apparently called a centaur now resides at the druid's grove.