Huntsborough

At the base of oddly-shaped hills in the Province of Leinster, “Huntsborough” was taken from the Normans under the lordship of Sir William Huntington (who was neither a lord nor a knight). Huntington’s settlement lasted for about a year before invaders set it on fire and bludgeoned Huntington’s priest, Doran Balor, to death. Immediately after Balor’s death, William Huntington wanted to rebuild what the Normans destroyed. He failed abysmally, and it was not until the 19th Century that Huntsborough was resurrected as a legitimate town (with roads, functional houses, and a mayor who was not a homicidally-insane xenophobe like Huntington). The new town was influenced by Ebenezer Howard’s “Garden City,” turning out to be a rather peaceful place to live. Yet, the utopia would eventually fall back into dark chaos, when a cult would emerge with the rebirth of Huntington’s priest. The new cult’s practices are considered atrocious by both those godly and secular. (Requires World Adventures, Ambitions, Late Night, Generations, Pets, Showtime, Supernatural, and Island Paradise.)
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At the base of oddly-shaped hills in the Province of Leinster, “Huntsborough” was taken from the Normans under the lordship of Sir William Huntington (who was neither a lord nor a knight). Huntington’s settlement lasted for about a year before invaders set it on fire and bludgeoned Huntington’s priest, Doran Balor, to death. Immediately after Balor’s death, William Huntington wanted to rebuild what the Normans destroyed. He failed abysmally, and it was not until the 19th Century that Huntsborough was resurrected as a legitimate town (with roads, functional houses, and a mayor who was not a homicidally-insane xenophobe like Huntington). The new town was influenced by Ebenezer Howard’s “Garden City,” turning out to be a rather peaceful place to live. Yet, the utopia would eventually fall back into dark chaos, when a cult would emerge with the rebirth of Huntington’s priest. The new cult’s practices are considered atrocious by both those godly and secular. (Requires World Adventures, Ambitions, Late Night, Generations, Pets, Showtime, Supernatural, and Island Paradise.)
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