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Greenford was a small British colony located on the same island as the colony of Oxbay. Greenford served as a center of operations for most of the Oxbay liberation efforts during the 1630 French occupation.

A prison located in Greenford was used to hold Roal Rheims, a man Governor Robert Christopher Silehard alleged to be a traitor prior to his escape. Greenford was a short journey from the island's lighthouse which was occupied by a lone, self-proclaimed "researcher" who was once accused of witch-craft, and attacked by a group of cutthroats.


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