Bodmin Moor - United Kingdom

Bodmin Moor (Cornish: Goen Bren) is a granite moorland in northeastern Cornwall, UK, 208 km² in size, dating from the Carboniferous period of geological history.The name "Bodmin Moor" is relatively recent, being an Ordnance Survey invention of 1813. It was formerly known as "Fowey Moor", after the river which rises here. The Cornish name, Goen Bren is probably even older.Dramatic granite tors rise from the rolling moorland. During the Bronze Age, Bodmin Moor was densely populated and now many prehistoric stone barrows and circles lie scattered across the moor. Today it is thinly populated as

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Allinpoker.cc
Date: 2008-03-26 13:23:46

The beast of Bodmin Moor has sent evil creatures to invade an innocent civilian village for magical practices. Use your strength and weapons to destroy all evil creatures and set them free.




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