Nations
Regions
Canada
Religion
Ard-Eaglais
Subregion
Anmuirí

Summary

The Muirí (Maritimers) are the descendants of the Celtic peoples (mostly from Alba, Armorica, Fortriu and Éire), along with a great Anglo-Saxon minority, who settled in the easternmost region of Canada in recent times, fleeing from the Norse attacks in Britain. Differently from their Frankish neighbors, they are united in a single (even if loose) kingdom, and have formed their own church, called Ard-Eaglais. Their society is defined by feudalism, as the old tribal links of traditional Celtic and Saxon society have been softened by the long journey across the ocean: the religious conflicts and the creation of the High Church have ultimately strenghtened the central authority of the Muirí kings. They speak a bastardized Celtic language, with strong Anglo-Saxon elements.

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