Desmunde and his companion have arrived in the westernmost village in the kingdom; a two-day journey from Desmunde's home.
Long ago the king of Agreria became aware of Leonia and the dangers of the wild lands. He hired the greatest architects in the land to design and construct a defensive wall around the borders on Leonia to the Southeast and on the wild Lands to the North and West.
For those few that live in the wild lands like Desmunde, there is a river that flows from beyond the mountainous northern border through Agreria and splits to flow into Leonia and to the western Pine Forests beyond Agreria. If one can find the river and sun, they can find their way to wherever they want to go.
This is the edge of Krolton; the westernmost village in Agreria. It is relatively close to the main castle and also controls several trade routes with the secretive Forest Alliances who provide Wood and clothing in exchange for Agrerian wine and nuts. They refuse direct contact and leave their products on the edge of the forest, always watching.
It appears as if the latest shipment is arriving by wagon, Protected by an escort of two soldiers and driver.
Desmunde is speaking with one of the soldiers. He and his companion are looking to join the small company on their journey to the castle.
More about the village now. It was started originally as a base on the edge of the wild lands during the construction of the defensive wall. This pole holds the original emblem of the king, along with a red flag of warning to those wishing ill thoughts on the kingdom.
Eventually the village grew and is now one of the primary villages in the West.
One of the soldiers has taken an apparent interest in the Lord's daughter.
This was my first attempt at a medieval hut. It's quite small but only because I don't have many collectible minifigure plates :) Otherwise I think it turned out quite well.
The flags of the village and warning.
The main vendor of weapons and armour in Krolton. For a limited time you can get a free commemorative shield with the purchase of any horse. (See in store for details)
Here we see Desmunde and his heavily-laden horse.
His companion keeps watch from the other side of the river.
Centuries of foliage growing on the other side of the wall. As well as a territorial marker and a traditional barrel of good will to lost travellers. This tradition is embedded in the roots of Agrerian culture as tribute to the struggles their people faced founding the great kingdom.
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