Isle of Man

The Isle of Man is an island at the centre of the Irish Sea. Inhabited for millennia, the island gradually became a Celtic-Norse community as the Norse settled there, starting about AD 850. This has left a legacy ranging from the Tynwald parliament to many local place names.

It is ruled by the King of Man and the Isles, whose seat is Rushen Castle in Castletown.

Hermetic Politics

The rich vis sources of the Isle have led to no small amount of feuding among the magi of the neighbouring hermetic tribunals. Under an agreement known as the Partitio Monaviae, neither the Stonehenge, Hibernian or Loch Leglean Tribunals may lay claim to the island until a covenant has been established for 33 years.

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