DescriptionEditThese three important suburbs sprung up around Lord British's castle in the time of Ultima V and provide many of the goods and services needed by the court of Lord British. East Britanny specializes in shipbuilding and boasts a fine healer. North Britanny offers a small, rustic inn and fine stables among its several farms. West Britanny is a farming towne, supplying its own needs and those of the four surrounding settlements, including the Castle of Lord British and Britain.
After the time of Ultima V, after the city walls of Britain were razed, the ever-growing capital of Britain swallowed the three towns completely, integrating them into the city.
This small village boasts a fine stable and inn. As in West Britanny, farming is a common occupation here. The wooded park in the northwestern part of towne is popular with neighborhood children as a playground.
East Britanny's local economy revolves around the trade at the Oaken Oar, one of the most respected shipwrights in the land. Also in this village can be found the Healer's Sanctum, where practices a chirugeon of incomparable skill. In fact the sanctum was located in nearby Castle Britannia until the turmoil surrounding the King's disappearance began. Then, claiming the troubled, frantic air to be an ill influence upon the spiritual arts, the healer Milan moved her kiosk to the quiter East Britanny suburbs.
- Camile: farmer
- Christopher: farmer
- Flint: blacksmith at The Oaken Oar
- Jaymes: tavernkeeper at the Blue Boar Tavern
- Joshua: farmer
- Kurt: stable boy
- Leof: farm hand
- Master Hawkins: shipwright at The Oaken Oar
- Milan: healer and the Healer's Sanctum
- Phillip: farmer
- Sir Adam: shipbuilder at The Oaken Oar
- Squire Jimmy: shipbuilder at The Oaken Oar
- Terbor: innkeeper at the Hotel Britanny
- Thentis: farmer
- Theoan: stablemaster at the The Stablehouse
- Vigil: farmer