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The Domain and Realms National Site

"There's magick in believing..."

Welcome to the Realm of

Remal

       The fifteenth Realm of the Domain lies on the far Eastern border of the nation. When it comes to a Realm that holds legends and stories, Remal holds some of the oldest and deepest in the Domain.

       Three rulers guarded Remal in its past. It is only recently that Remal sits unguarded. Perhaps not for long.

       The Realm - first named Brittania: its ancient name, before its First Ruler came - is divided into three Provinces: some of which are combinations of their names in ancient times. Two of the provinces are of the seven ancient Celtic Nations. Remal's neighboring Realm: Celtica, is comprised of the other five. 


       Remal is a land filled with myths, legends, sacred places, history, and places of power: from the time of the Roman Empire to now. Some are well known, while others have yet to be discovered.

Remalian

Stats and Information

Full N ame: The Realm of Remal

Pronunciation: Reh-mall

Entymology: Unknown. Thought to be a rearranging of the letters of the word "Realm" by Remal's First Ruler.

Date Founded: August 22, 2002

Demonym: Remalian

Population(current): 0

Ruler(s): Under Imperial Administration

House(s): None at current time

Flag: The Aiel - The background is the flag of Saint George the Dragonslayer: representing courage and steadfastness in the face of agression. In the upper left quadrant is a full moon: to light the way, while a silver Pentacle sits in the upper right to represent the elements. And howling at the moon is a wolf: representative of the spirit of all Remalians. All these symbols are representative of the ideals, the spirit, and the faith of the Realm's First Ruler: Lord Wolf Brother ap DarkFyre.

Anthem: None at current time

Provinces: Cymru Belerion (Wales and Cornwall), Engelond Low (England and the Netherlands), The Breton March (Bretagne and Pays de la Loire)

Royal District:  None at current time

Royal Court: None at current time

Royal Home: None at current time

Remalian Provinces

Name of province: Cymru Belerion

Location: Wales and Cornwall

Population(current): 0

Origin of name: Taken from the ancient names of Wales (Cymru) and Cornwall (Belerion)

Ruler(s): None at current time

Duchies(to date): None at current time

Name of province: Engelond Low

Location: England and the Netherlands

Population(current): 0

Origin of name: Taken from the medieval name of England (Engelond) and from the Netherlands being known as one of the Low Countries along that coast, as well as in the Netherlands name (literally translated as the Lowlands)

Ruler(s): None at current time

Duchies(to date): None at current time

Name of province: The Breton March

Location: Bretagne and Pays de la Loire

Population(current): 0

Origin of name: Taken from its 9th Century name under King Charles the Bald of West Francia

Ruler(s): None at current time

Duchies(to date): None at current time

Places of Interest, Power, and Enchantment

Stonehenge

       Possibly one of the most legendary, mysterious, iconic, and revered sacred site amongst magickfolk on the planet, Stonehenge has stood upn the Salisbury Plain for 5,000 years or more. It has remained a place of power, pilgrimage, and worship for the majority of its existence: sitting at the heart of major local and world ley line grids.

       Two miles West of Amesbury, in Wiltshire, it consists of an outer ring of vertical sarsen standing stones, each around 13 feet high, seven feet wide, and weighing around 25 tons, topped by connecting horizontal lintel stones. Inside is a ring of smaller bluestones. Inside these are free-standing trilithons, two bulkier vertical Sarsens joined by one lintel. The whole monument, now ruinous, is orientated towards the sunrise on the summer solstice. The stones are set within earthworks in the middle of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred tumuli (burial mounds).


       Archaeologists believe that Stonehenge was constructed from 3000 BC to 2000 BC. The surrounding circular earth bank and ditch, which constitute the earliest phase of the monument, have been dated to about 3100 BC. Radiocarbon dating suggests that the first bluestones were raised between 2400 and 2200 BC, although they may have been at the site as early as 3000 BC.


       (from Wikipedia)


       The legends surrounding Stonehenge are as many as the number of those devoted to it. Although it has stood for five millenia, it does not deter legends that claim it was a certain king and his wizard advisor amongst other supposed responsible parties - that had a hand in bringing Stonehenge to the Salisbuy Plain.

Mount Snowdon

         Mount Snowdon is a mountain of beauty, power, and legend. Standing within the Remalian province of Cymru Belerion, the mountain is a center of not only legend, myths and stories, but also of a national park and a training ground for those who aspire to climb the highest mountains in the world. It makes sense that they do so.

Many find that, in order to conquer the great mountains of the world, they must past the muster of Snowdon.

       Historically the most dense part of this forest region was the Big Thicket though the lumber industry dramatically reduced the forest concentration in this area and throughout the Piney Woods during the 19th and 20th centuries. The World Wide Fund for Nature considers the Piney Woods to be one of the critically endangered ecoregions of the United States. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defines most of this ecoregion as the South Central Plains.


       The region has heavy to moderate rainfall, with some places receiving over 60 in of rain per year. Longleaf, shortleaf, and loblolly pines, along with bluejack and post oaks, dominate sandhills. A well-developed understory grows beneath the sparse canopy, and includes yaupon holly and flowering dogwood. Pine savannas consist of scattered longleaf and loblolly pines alongside black tupelos, sweetgums, and in acid soils along creeks sweetbay magnolias. Other common trees in this ecoregion include eastern redbud, red maple, southern sugar maple, and American elm. American wisteria, a vine, may cover groves of trees.


       Two varieties of wetlands are common in the Piney Woods: bayous are generally found near rivers and sloughs are generally found near creeks. In bayous bald cypress, Spanish moss, and water lilies are common plants. Sloughs are shallow pools of standing water that most trees are not capable of growing in. Other species, such as the purple bladderwort, a small carnivorous plant, have found niches in sloughs. A baygall is another type of wetland found the piney woods and other forest of the Gulf Coast states in the USA.


       (from Wikipedia)

The Forest of Brocéliande

         There are few forests whose legends outnumber that of the Forest of Brocéliande, now known as Paimpont Forest in the March. In addition to holding within it places of power, it is also the forest where many Arthurian legends were born: among them, the death or dissapearance of the wizard Merlin.

       Brocéliande is a temperate forest located around the village of Paimpont in the department of Ille-et-Vilaine in Brittany, France. Covering an area of 9,000 hectares, it includes the castles Château de Comper and Château de Trécesson as well as the national historical site the Forges of Paimpont, and is part of a larger forest area that covers the neighboring departments of Morbihan and Côtes-d'Armor. It has many locations claimed from the Arthurian legend, including Val sans retour, the tomb of Merlin, and the fountain of Barenton.

       

       The forest is located in the north-western French region of Brittany, about 30 km south-west of the city of Rennes. It occupies mainly the territory of the commune of Paimpont but extends to bordering communes in the department of Ille-et-Vilaine, mainly Guer and Beignon in the south, Saint-Péran in the northeast, and Concoret in the north.


       The forest is an area of ZNIEFF and Natura 2000. It is owned mainly privately by those who maintain and exploit it for timber and for hunting; only a small part in the northeast (10%) is state owned and managed by the National Forest Office. This situation prevents free movement in the forest, even on the outskirts of the village and its lake. The owners have however signed an agreement authorizing the hiking, although some paths of the forest are closed during the hunting season.[6] Forest guards watch for behaviors that threaten the forest and its flora and fauna.


       Brocéliande, earlier known as Brécheliant and Brécilien, is a legendary enchanted forest that had a reputation in the medieval European imagination as a place of magic and mystery. Brocéliande is featured in several medieval texts, mostly related to the Arthurian legend and the characters of Merlin, Morgan le Fay, the Lady of the Lake, and some of the Knights of the Round Table. It first appeared in literature in the Roman de Rou chronicle by Wace in 1160 and today is most commonly identified as Paimpont forest in Brittany, France.


       (from Wikipedia)


       The forest is also home to one other entity that is a legend all his own: the beech tree Lord Ponthus, who rules from deep within the forest itself.

Remal

is ruled under an

Imperial

administration

An aerial view of downtown

Caer Polle,

Former Royal Court of the Realm of Remal

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