—  Town  —
Coat of arms
Motto: (unknown)
Country Kingdom of England
County Devon
Resource Forest
Province Province of Canterbury
Diocese Diocese of Clifton
Established circa 2005
 - Mayor Belgarth
 - Mentor Cornish Bluebird
Population (11th April, 1457)
 - Town 355

Salisbury is a city in Devon , England, but was formerly located in the county of Wiltshire.

Location Edit

Map of wiltshire

Salisbury is in the southwestern area of Wiltshire, with roads leading north to Marlborough, east to Winchester, southeast to Southampton, and west to Bath in the County of Somerset.

Salisbury replaced what was once known as Old Sarum, an earlier settlement of Salisbury

Town Map Edit


Resources Edit

Salisbury is situated near to a Forest and therefore the local resource is wood. Salisbury also has access to an iron mine to the southeast of town.

The Dignitaries of Salisbury / Wiltshire Edit

These are set out in order from top to bottom of incumbency


(In order of Mayorship)

(Tmgr falls Ill)

(leads to milk wars)

(Bogomir falls Ill)

Local Militia Edit

The Town MarshallEdit

Note: Below are those only known recently

Religion Edit

The first Salisbury Church was built at Old Sarum by St Bishop Osmund between 1075 and 1092. A larger building was built on the same site circa 1120. However, deteriorating relations between the clergy and the military at Old Sarum led to the decision to re-site the Church elsewhere. Thus the city of New Sarum, known as Salisbury, was founded in 1220, and the building of the new Church begun by Bishop Richard Poore in that year. The current parish priest is Lord Wilb

Mass is said every Sunday morning, from 10 to 12 (GMT+1)and everyWednesday from 22 to 24Time: GMT+1 (20 to 22 GMT).

Taverns Edit

The Loaded Hog
Salisbury's Hospital
Southampton Trade Outpost #2

Mentors of Salisbury Edit



Traders of Salisbury Edit

Last updated 25th February 1458

Medieval fair

Salisbury Market

Bakers Millers Butchers Blacksmiths Weavers Carpenters
Bold = Grant Worker
Italics = Retreat
~~ = Parish Priest