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The Stonehenge Tribunal is the regional Tribunal that includes England and Wales. It shares a land border with the Loch Leglean Tribunal and its nearest neighbors by sea are the Hibernian and Normandy Tribunals. See the Map of Mythic Europe.
Current Edition Resources
Current Edition Covenants
Past Edition Resources
The Fourth Edition supplement, Heirs to Merlin, describes the Stonehenge Tribunal in detail. Fourth Edition and earlier supplements are no longer considered canonical in ArM5, but Heirs to Merlin should be especially easy to adapt to Fifth Edition because it doesn't include any game statistics.
Past Edition Covenants
The following are described in detail in Heirs to Merlin.
The following Saga sites are set in, or otherwise related to, the Stonehenge Tribunal. Feel free to add your own site to the list; please insert it in alphabetical order.
- The Appuldurcombe House
- The Appuldurcombe House, of the Stonehenge Tribunal, on the Isle of Wight. A Winter Covenant struggling to be reborn into Spring, set in the early 13th Century.
- Antiqua Natura
- Inactive Saga formerly run by CJ Romer
- Bright Sword, Blessed Hand
- The Brunnaburgh Saga
- The adventures of the covenant of Brunnaburgh set in the north of England, started in 1060.
- Corona Montis
- Domus Prawlus
- The Domus Prawlus covenant is situated in Southengland, Cornwall, Prawle Point. It is under the Stonehenge Tribunal and is a spring covenant.
- Drevlan's Ridge
- Fall and Rise of Exeter
- The tale of the Exeter Covenant, on the untamed fringes of the Stonehenge Tribunal. This old Winter Covenant is reborn into Spring
- Flamma Aeterna
- An Autumn covenant in Cumbria, using Fourth Edition rules.
- Hardwick Manor
- Hardwick Manor is a Companion centered Ars Magica 5th edition saga set in England during the generation following the Norman Conquest.
- L'Ecume d'Argent
- Llyn Brenig
- A spring covenant in 12th century Wales. Contains characters, covenant and saga. Converted to Ars Magica fifth edition rules in 2010.
- The London Chapter
- The London Chapter, common name for the secret covenant of Domus Optimus. A saga set in 15th Century London in the declining years of The Order.
- The Midnight Saga
- Set in a Mythic Europe awaiting the End Times. Turns out to be a sequel (of sorts) to the Twilight Saga.
- Lux Maris Saga
- Lux Maris, or 'Light of the Sea', is a saga and the name of the covenant founded on the Dorset coast in England in 1220. It is the newest covenant in the Stonehenge Tribunal, created to find and explore the ruins of Calebais, a covenant destroyed under mysterious circumstances in 1170.
- Mons Obscurus
- New Loth
- Link not working, Oct. 2012 New Loth´s Covenant, placed in the magic and hidden lands of Wales. In a wild zone where prevails the power, the magic, the dominion,... New Loth is placed in Wales, in the county of Pembrokeshire, and belongs to Tribunal of Stonehenge.
- On the Hedge
- A low-magic (Arts as Abilities) saga about the covenant of Camerton, near Glostonbury abbey.
- Sabrina's Rest
- A Fifth Edition sample covenant (not a complete Saga) designed by Timothy Ferguson and others, suitable for beginning or experience players.
- Severn Temple
- A 13th Century Summer covenant set in the Forest of Dean with over 160 years of in-game history.
- A Fifth Edition Saga set in England at the end of the twelfth century
- A Tale of Two Covenants
- Two sagas running concurrently under the same GM under 5th Ed, set in a non-canon Stonehenge tribunal with two seperate covenants. One player requested Diabolists, Diedne and politics, so far he's yet to be disappointed.
- Teml ar Fryn
- A Spring covenant in 9th century Wales.
- Turris Nebulae
- Turris Nebulae is a new spring covenant located in western Wales, near Cardigan, set at the begining of the 13th century.
- The Twilight Saga
- 3rd/4th edition saga that ended with the awakening of an elder god of pagan origin.
The following non-Saga sites are set in, or otherwise related to, the Stonehenge Tribunal. Feel free to add your own site to the list; please insert it in alphabetical order.
- http://domesdaymap.co.uk - Open Domesday is a free online copy of the Domesday Book, an impressive demographic and economic survey made in 1086 of much of England and part of Wales. For centuries, and to some extent even today, it has been an exceedingly useful resource for estimating population levels and economic activity in Great Britain.
- Houses of Hermes: True Lineages, page 115, "Coeris" (inset)
Based on material © Copyright David Chart 1997-2000. Used with permission.