From Project: Redcap
The Order of Hermes is governed by thirteen regional or local Tribunals, each of which presides over a different geographic area. There is also a supreme Grand Tribunal, which meets less frequently and has the authority to overrule a decision by a lower Tribunal.
List of Regional Tribunals
- Greater Alps Tribunal
- The Alps and surrounding region, including part of Bavaria; covered by Sanctuary of Ice, a Fourth Edition book
- Hibernian Tribunal
- Ireland; covered by The Contested Isle: The Hibernian Tribunal, a Fifth Edition book
- Iberian Tribunal
- The Iberian peninsula, including modern-day Spain and Portugal, as well as the Belearic Islands; covered by Tribunals of Hermes: Iberia, a Third Edition book
- Levant Tribunal
- The Crusader states and any Hermetic covenants in Egypt or the Middle East; covered by Blood and Sand, a Fourth Edition book
- Loch Leglean Tribunal
- Scotland and its outlying islands; covered by Lion of the North, a Third Edition book
- Normandy Tribunal
- The northern part of modern-day France, including Aquitaine and Burgundy, plus the Low Countries; covered by The Lion and the Lily, a Fifth Edition book
- Novgorod Tribunal
- Poland, Russia, and Scandinavia; covered by Land of Fire and Ice, The Dragon and the Bear and Ultima Thule: Mythic Scandinavia, both Fourth Edition books
- Provençal Tribunal
- The Provençe region of what is now southern France
- Rhine Tribunal
- Modern-day Germany and Hungary north of the Alps; ; covered by Guardians of the Forests, a Fifth Edition book
- Roman Tribunal
- Italy south of the Alps, plus the islands of Corsica, Sardinia, and Sicily; covered by Tribunals of Hermes: Rome, a Third Edition book
- Stonehenge Tribunal
- England and Wales; covered by Heirs to Merlin, a Fourth Edition book
- Theban Tribunal
- Greece, the southern Balkans, Anatolia, and the Aegean islands; covered by The Sundered Eagle, a Fifth Edition book
- Transylvanian Tribunal
- Bulgaria and Hungary; covered by Against the Dark, a Fifth Edition book
In addition, there are a few areas of Mythic Europe that are not assigned to a Tribunal, or are not geographically connected to their Tribunal
- The Isle of Man is disputed between the Hibernian, Loch Leglean, and Stonehenge Tribunals.
- Mythic Iceland is considered part of the Novgorod Tribunal even though it is geographically closer to Loch Leglean
- The wider Mythic Middle East, including Arabia, Persia and the western end of the Silk Road is detailed in the 5th edition supplement "The Cradle and the Crescent"
- parts North Africa that were considered part of the Roman Tribunal in ArM3
- Tribunals of Hermes: Rome, page 11, "Hermetic Geography"
The history of this page before February 20, 2012 is located at Legacy:regional_tribunal.