Woodsborough: The Town and The Kingdom

At this stage, these descriptions may change at a moments notice. They are also pretty basic descriptions that I wrote in October of last year. But for now, they shall suffice. ^^

21st Century Woodsborough – The Town;;

Woodsborough is your typical suburb only, a lot more remote, and very laid back. In complete contrast to the surrounding landscape of desert valley and snow capped mountains, the town is covered in rich green grass and a vast array of colours from flowers, to houses and even cars. It’s like an oasis in the desert- without the palm trees. Woodsborough is accessed through one road and one road only; the steep and winding pass that travels along the cliff’s edge from the valley floor for a matter of miles. At the top of the steep incline, the road veers right pass the cliff’s outlook post – a place that becomes quite important in the story – and into the green beauty of this small town set into the mountains.

Most of the town is situated close to the main access road but further back towards the mountains, the old parts of the town still remain. A few dilapidated houses can be seen along the edge of the old forest where the road ends but deep among the towering oaks and redwoods lies the oldest part of Woodsborough’s history: the ruins of the Castle RoyalFamilyNameThatIHaven’tThoughOfYet. XD

17th Century Woodsborough – The Kingdom;;

Welcome back through time! The Kingdom of Woodsborough is set in medieval times. The castle is set just back off center and is surrounded by the peaceful, working people of the Kingdom. Some notable places in the Kingdom include the inn of Melinda Maarten, which is set in the center of the closest town and the home of Kaiyah Hallow, the Castle sorceress/enchantress, which sits at the edge of town a midst the outermost trees of the forest.

Woodsborough is bordered by five surrounding realms. Only three of which the royal family still have knowledge of. Elmaredor, home of the Great University/Library and the Elven Princess, Althea, the home of the Fae (I had a fantastic name for this, but I’ve since lost it) which the Kingdom only has slight knowledge of and finally the supposed ‘Kingdom’ of the antagonist. Knowledge of what lies in the other two realms is lost to all but the eldest of residents. (They won’t however be relevant – at this stage – to this novel.)

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