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The Island Is Discovered

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It is the year 1305 AC, the French lord Rhonin of Fouras discovers an island in the middle of the Atlantic and names it Lata. The island is composed of a central mountain rough shores and high hills.

He goes back to the mainland and sends a messenger to the king asking to add to his domains this island, the king agrees. This done Rhonin Demands the construction of a fort on the island. In a local monastery monks hear of this news and ask the lord if they can build a monastary on the island he agrees.

In 1310 the first castle of Lata is completed, the monastery was at the back of the castle and the lord keep to the right of the main gate.

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