- Fontan took control from Perdan. --Indirik 13:57, 15 May 2006 (CEST)
- Perdan took back control from Fontan. --Anhorn 06:45, 30 May 2006 (CEST)
- Fontan reconquered region.
- Perdan reconquered region in June of 1008.
- Became part of Westmoor.
- At the end of the Westmoor War, the territory came under the jurisdiction of Eponllyn.
- Saw violence at the front of the War of Alexandria, as a core objective of Perdan.
Law and Order
Ruled by a Count
Troyes has been known for the broad fertile plains stretching from the northern hills of Poitiers to the grasslands of Morshes. The county lies north of a river laden with fish.
Along the southern stores, villagers can be seen washing their clothes, collecting water for irrigation, or fly-fishing. Several villages line the shores. A great stone bridge connects Troyes to Bescnanon, and eventually to the heart of Perdan.
The west Troyes border consists of steep rocky cliffs . Peering out to the ocean, one can see ships frequently sailing up and down, freighting goods to Perdan from sunrise to sunset.
Troye's main settlement lies in the heart of the plains; it is rather large town consisting of nearly a thousand hovels. In the center lies the Count's stone manor. Having an appreciation for wine, he had set aside several acres for vineyards.
Imports: Grain, livestock, fish,
Exports: Manufactured goods, clothing,
Vast majority Westmoorian ethnicity, with notable minorities of Perdanese and Omsk.
Bridgewater - Main town
Waystation - Central town
Exchequer of Eponllyn
Khalkar Cathayan Guard Barracks
Rousseau Family Home
Von Carstein Family Home
Satou Family Home
Ruined Temple of Sanctus Acies