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The Kingdom of Kent


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Continent: Britain
Culture: Saxon
Ruler: Æsc
Heir apparent: Kinniarc
Military power: 4 4
Political power: 3 3
Attitude: -2 -2

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A Saxon kingdom in southeast Britain. The king is Æsc (also known as Oisc), son of the Saxon king Hengest who brought the first settlers to Britain under Vortigern years ago. Currently occupied by the Jutes, all cities now considerably degraded from their Roman greatness due to occupation and lack of trade. It was once a roman citivas called Cantiacii.


  • Canterbury: This city in Kent is the former capital of the British kingdom destroyed by the Saxons and now the seat of power of King Oisc. A stop on the Royal Road, it used to be the seat of one of the legates of the Supreme Collegium.
  • Dover: This city is a major port in Kent.
  • Rochester: An old Roman city