Pendragon is not really a political game, and it need never enter into the campaign if the GM and players wish so. But the knights are noblemen, and they have to balance decisions between their liege lords or the High King. The entire realm goes political at the end, when civil war erupts across the land.
These are some tidbits, scratched into finished shape to appear here. I'll polish up some more, and get 'em here.
The Ambrius Hundred (pdf file)
The House of Sarum Rock A short genealogy of Lord Renn's Family up to Roderick and his son Robert, Count of Salisbury
Legendary and Early History Here we present the noble prehistory of Britain and the land of Salisbury. It will not match any known history, but integrates many sources in the manner that would have been possible in the time of Count Roderick and his son. Several versions of this exist, and future publications will include parts of this, and will contrast with other parts. Nonetheless, it portrays material that will be in future publications.
Castles, a single table with DV, prices and so on.
The Round Table, Membership requirements, duties, and benefits. And the same for the Companions of Arthur.
Camelot. Notes on visiting this great city, and the maps from Great Pendragon Campaign.
Leaders A list of the Barons of the Sword during the reign of King Uther
Homelands. A list of player character Homelands (the counties, counties and kingdoms of the Book of Knights & Ladies.
Lords of Britain. A list of the titles used in Pendragon
The land of GARLOTH. Some information on this northern land, the realm of Queen Elaine; with map.
The Land of MALAHAUT. History, geography and politics of the great kingdom of Cumbria, with maps.
The Salisbury Hundreds Information on the manors of Salisbury
Manor maps kindly provided by Andrew Williams
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