Campaign of the Month: June 2012
Portugai has a deep and passionate culture. In 1212, after decades of disputes and conflict with Espagia, Portugai won their current independent status as an annex state of Espagia, with their own monarchy and noble houses. The High King of the Free Kingdoms ratified the treatise, ending the long-standing dispute between the Kingdom of Espagia and the newly created Principality of Portugai.
Unfortunately, decades after the ratification of the treatise, tempers between the states run hot. Ancient feuds, their true origins likely long forgotten, fuel rivalries and skirmishes to this date.
Castile Alumoral is the seat of the Prince of Portugai, located on an island in the center of the Tangor River, surrounded by the city of Regadas.