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|Fable II Region|
|Related Quests|| The Ritual|
Donating to the Light
Defender of the Light
|Shops|| The Sandgoose|
Fruit and Veg Stall
Oakfield is a small village north of Rookridge and is home to many farmers and monks.
If the player takes the Temple of Shadows quest to destroy Oakfield, the town will take a turn for the worse when the player gets back from the Tattered Spire. The town will be darker, the surrounding forest and farmland will turn brown and have died after the loss of the Golden Oak, and the Temple of Light will have fallen apart; but if the player helps the Temple of Light, Oakfield will look brighter, and will have a few new houses, a flourishing Golden Oak, and an expanded Temple of Light. The region is quite big, and there are two caves to explore. There is also a small woodland area, although there are often a few Hobbes around here.
Behind the Temple of Light there is a graveyard. One of the grave stones proclaims it is the resting place of the Sandgoose.
There are three stalls around Oakfield, open from 6:00am until 8:00pm; one selling weapons, one selling clothing, and one selling produce. There is also the Sandgoose Tavern that is named after the legendary Sandgoose, inside of which a Games Master (Spinnerbox) can usually be found. Near to the entrance from Rookridge there is a Coach House. All of these can be bought. The Hero may also take a job as a Woodcutter or Bartender. The town's economy is based on agriculture and farming.
The economy, if the quest The Oakfield Massacre is taken, is completely ruined. You will not be able to shop anywhere or buy anything.
There is a strict law in the village, much like Bowerstone Market. The squad consists of a Sheriff, who will be the first person you meet in the village, and at least two Guards. They will be after you for doing anything wrong.
Real Estate Edit
This a list of all Oakfield properties. Properties in italics are the properties only available after completing Defender of the Light.
- Temple of Light - Temple
- Serenity Farm (Inside Homestead) - Home
- The Sandgoose - Bar
- Hobbe Cottage - Home
- House of a Million Callouses - Home
- House of Sock - Home
- Porridge Cottage - Home
- The Flirtroom - Home
- Cockerel Cottage - Home
- Luminous Cottage - Home
- Manure Manor - Home
- Oakfield Coach House
- Oakfield Fruit & Veg Stall - Stall
- Oakfield Clothing Stall - Stall
- Oakfield Weapon Stall - Stall
WARNING: This section or article may contain spoilers!
Interestingly, Oakfield and Oakvale have extremely close names and were mistaken for one another often by new players to the game. While later on they are revealed to be two different towns, some players have thought that the town was made by survivors of the destruction of Oakvale brought on by Reaver, and there are several facts supporting this:
- When the player first meets Hammer she will be singing Down by the Reeds, a song dedicated to the town.
- The children of Oakfield will also make comments about the town, one saying "I've heard of a town named Oakvale! I've heard that our founders were from there!", which supports the fact, as it is doubted the people of Oakvale would leave to make a new village while theirs was still intact. Oakfield was likely made by those who were strong enough to get through Darkwood.
The town may have been formed by those who descended from the original survivors of the first destruction of Oakvale, or by Oakvale townspeople and Barrow Fields traders, who left their areas for various reasons, travelling, trading, or a change of scenery; this could also explain the town's name: Oak·field, a combination of Oakvale and Barrow Fields. Other survivors likely took refuge to Bloodstone, as it shared a border and had already been built before Oakvale's destruction.
Demon Door Edit
Homestead: The village's Demon Door contains the legendary Serenity Farm. It wishes to see an act of pure love, in remembrance of happier times. Single Heroes should propose to their beloved in front of this lovelorn door, whilst married or divorced Heroes may simply blow a kiss.
The Demon Door is best accessed through the Sandgoose shortcut.
The legendary hammer, Hammerthyst, is located inside Homestead.
Fast Travel Edit
There are six fast travel locations, once discovered, that will allow one to travel to different parts of the region.
- In early development Oakfield went under the name of Ravenscar, but the name was changed after it was decided that the name "Ravenscar" sounded too dark. "Ravenscar" was eventually used in Fable III for the island prison of Ravenscar Keep in the Traitor's Keep DLC.
|Fable II Locations|
|Regions||Bandit Coast • Bloodstone (The Sinkhole | Reaver's Rear Passage | Lion's Head Isle | Hall of the Dead) • Bower Lake (Tomb of Heroes) • Bowerstone Cemetery (Shelley Crypt) • Bowerstone Market (Gargoyle's Trove) • Bowerstone Old Town • Brightwood (Farm Cellar | Archon's Knot | Forsaken Fortress | Nightmare Hollow) • Fairfax Gardens (Lady Grey's Tomb | Fairfax Tomb) • Guild Cave • Knothole Island (Ice Shrine | Sun Shrine | Storm Shrine | Weather Chamber) • Oakfield (Wellspring Cave | Echo Mine) • Rookridge (Hobbe Cave | Gemstone Grotto | Temple of Shadows | The Wellspring) • Southcliff • Westcliff (Howling Halls | Old Tin Mine) • Wraithmarsh (Shadow Court | The Well | Twinblade's Tomb)|
|Landmarks||Bloodstone Mansion • Brightwood Tower • Celestial Keep • Crucible • Gypsy Camp • Hero Hill • Fairfax Castle • Southcliff Castle • The Tattered Spire|