Quite firmly rooted in its Autumn, Montverte is among the greatest covenants in Normandy. Vilified and hated my many because of its belligerent and aggressive tendencies, Montverte is linked to the tradition of Mundane Raiding – a practice that persists in Normandy in no small amount due to the political and military strength of Montverte and its vassals. Connected to the family of the Baron Montverte, the covenant has a history of sanctions and accusations of Hermetic crimes, but despite all that, they remain one of the largest and most powerful covenants in the Tribunal.
An extremely belligerent mobile covenant that roams the western portions of Aquitaine. It’s members are mostly Brabançons, notorious for banditry. While it does have a Council Chamber, as demanded by the Peripheral Code, it clearly works more like a mercenary caravan.
An aggressive covenant founded in 1195, next to Behuard and Angers, in Aquitaine. Its proximity to Oleron is strategical, intended to threaten this enemy of Montverte. But with only three magi and a string of unlucky events in its history, it remains a small spring covenant.