Central Parish is a parish on Central Island in Brunant. It is the only landlocked Parish in the country and is the most rugged. It is well-known for its almost-extinct hardwoods and beautiful scenery, especially in the Central Ranges. The representative is John Schwartz. Its capital is Boguestown.
The first records of human settlement here date from 320 AD, with a small Roman village located near the border with Cape Cross. It was most likely inhabited by around 100 people and is thought to have existed for only 50 or so years. Human history picks up in 1641 when Borderer immigrants fleeing war and strife in England and Scotland immigrate to the inner reaches of Central Island. Further waves of immigration by Frisians, Bretons, and the Swiss followed.
Central Parish was spared most of the devastation visited upon other areas of the kingdom when Carrington and his men invaded. Historians are not quite sure why, but it is known that most of Carringtons' mercenaries were Borderers themselves and may have had relations among the residents of the Parish. Borderers being rather clannish folk, none of them would have wanted a blood feud on their hands and may have spared the parish for that reason.