Not much is known about the pre-historic time in Gotland, with the exception of the ruins from a former empire. There have been found inscriptions on the walls on various parts of the island, most in Swedish, pertaining information about the town's residents, it's governmental structure as well as resources.
There is a large castle on the island, as well as a large wall surrounding the north-eastern part of the island.
Modern (February-March 2019)
In March of 2019, the town of Gotland was founded on the southern part of the island.
When the town was formed there was another town with a single inhabitant on the island. Not much is known about this inhabitant, other than that he or she disappeared mysteriously only a few days after the new settlers moved onto the island.
Under the island's new rule the town blossomed and many parts of the castle and outer wall which were in disarray after years of being forgotten are currently in the works of being repaired and maintained. The inner sanctum of the castle has also been completely remodelled to fit a more modern standard with modern amenities, such as a railway linking the island to the northern city of Stockholm, as well as plans for southern and western expansions of the railway in order to become a central hub for transportation in the Scandinavian and Western European region.
The town was then renamed to Visby and disbanded on August 18, 2019.