- Ruler: Oliver Padel
- Holy Man: St. Denys
- Population: 2800 people
- Previous rulers: Duke Gorlois, Uther Pendragon, Tristan Trevena, Lord Wharncliffe, Charles Hambly, Ralegh Radford, Madryn, Prince of Gwent.
The Isthmus is guarded by Bossiney Gatehouse, it started out as a small garrison, but later it became a small town. Various barrows were used to create a wall along the sea cliffs and across the approaches, which are breached by a gate in the guardhouse in Bossiney. Some nearby towns are Willapar, Barras Head, Trenale Bury, Condolden (Kingsdown), Mednadue, Starapark.
Oddly, the island has plentiful freshwater springs rising from deep below. No one questions where it comes from but they are grateful for it. This allows Irrigation of the crops and allows for plenty of drinking water. For safety, they recycle this water as a rule, as well as caching rainwater to fill their many cisterns.
Terraces were built along the edges of the cliffs and made it look like ledges descending down the sides of the rounded top of the island. They could be reached by either tunnel, steps, ladders, of wood, or rope. Because of the cliff heights, they decided that no curtain walls were needed, although the terraces had knee-high pierced brick walls for safety. Some of the crops they grow are walking yam, ginger, onion, carrot, parsnip, triticale, apple, grape, turnip, various bean, potato, cabbage, squash, herbs, pear, mushroom, and various berries, etc.
The size of the island limited the livestock that they could support, so many were miniature versions of the normal types, such as cattle, pig, goat, and sheep, as well as various types of birds like chicken, duck, and songbird. Seafood was also raised, gathered, or caught. They are mostly sustained by fishing, quarrying, and farming, but also by hiring-out skilled workers including sailors, fishermen, stone masons, and mercenaries. Every available space outside the keep had to either have trees for firewood or crops for food growing to help upkeep the town. Every time something was harvested something needed to be planted. Saplings and seedlings were constantly growing for this purpose.
The island is separated into military and civilian areas. Including the below
- Keep and other military areas
- Agricultural, farmland, terraces
- Industrial and crafts
- Fishing--ponds, streams, and ocean access
- Common areas including parks, forest, and open areas
Town which includes