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*Northumbria ([[Lord]] Benedict's Earldom)
 
*Northumbria ([[Lord]] Benedict's Earldom)
 
*Powys
 
*Powys
*The [[Perilous Lands]] [([[The Fisher King]]<span style="font-style: normal; ">'s Kingdom (fallen)]</span>
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*The [[Perilous Lands]] ([[The Fisher King]]<span style="font-style: normal; ">'s Kingdom fallen)</span>
 
*Rheged
 
*Rheged
 
*<span style="font-style: normal; ">Southron ([[Helios]]' Kingdom) </span>
 
*<span style="font-style: normal; ">Southron ([[Helios]]' Kingdom) </span>
 
*[[Tír-Mòr]]
 
*[[Tír-Mòr]]
*The [[House of Tregor]]'s Kingdom [Lady [[Catrina]]'s Kingdom (fallen)]
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*The [[House of Tregor]]'s Kingdom Lady [[Catrina]]'s Kingdom fallen)
 
*[[Isle of Mora]]
 
*[[Isle of Mora]]
 
*[[King]] [[Alined]]'s Kingdom (part of [[Five Kingdoms]])
 
*[[King]] [[Alined]]'s Kingdom (part of [[Five Kingdoms]])

Revision as of 18:16, October 17, 2012

Albion map
I'll gladly die knowing that one day Albion will live.
Merlin[src]

Albion is a landmass that constitutes the island currently known as Great Britain.

Once, the land of Albion was united in an age of peace, during which all of its inhabitants followed the Old Religion. Now, there are many kingdoms within Albion, between which peace is exceedly rare. Their rulers are currently King Arthur Pendragon, King of Camelot; Lord Bayard, King of Mercia; Queen Annis, Queen of Caerleon; Lord Godwyn, King of Gawant and Lot (formerly Cenred), King of Essetir and many more..

Around the reign of Uther Pendragon, followers of the Old Religion were rare in Albion, and magic was banned from Camelot. During this time of division and hostility, Kilgharrah, the Great Dragon, prophesied that together, Merlin and Arthur would reunite all the kingdoms of the land back into Albion, and revive the Old Religion to coexist in peace with the New Religion.


Kingdoms of Albion

Kings of Albion

Queens of Albion

Maps

Historicity

Albion is the oldest attested name given to the island of Britain. In the Fourth Century BCE, Pytheas refered to "Albion and Ierne," while Pliny the Elder wrote in his 77-79 CE work Naturalis Historia: "It was itself named Albion".

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