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List of Recognized Towns

Discussion in 'UO Great Lakes' started by EM Elizabella, Jun 6, 2011.

  1. EM Elizabella

    EM Elizabella UO Event Moderator
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    Feb 23, 2010
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    As requested, here is a list of the currently recognized towns of Great Lakes. It includes the number of houses (at the time the town's petition was approved) and the location of the town.

    Recognized in 2010

    Newcastle Township, 12 houses, a forest southwest of Wrong
    FCB Harbor, 9 houses, Britain-Vesper-Yew crossroads
    Library of Sosaria at Nameless Rune, 3/6 houses*, Yew Forest
    Guardians of Valhalla, 15 houses, a Malas island
    Majestic Oaks Auction, 6 houses, various**
    Bank Headquarters, 12 houses, various**
    Chicken Fight Club, 3 houses, Umbra grasslands
    GOF Valley, 25 houses, a valley near Britain
    City of Wolves’ Hallow, 21 houses, northern Crystal Fens
    Empire of DC*, 31 houses, various**
    Rolling Hills, 9 houses, Zento

    Recognized in 2011

    Frost Valley, 11 houses, Northern Crags of Malas
    Fens of the Dead Town, 14 houses, Fens of the Dead

    *3/6 houses - Three library houses, six total houses in Nameless Rune, at the time recognition was granted.
    **various - Under the old rules, a town's houses did not need to be close to each other, or even on the same facet. The new rules require proximity.