Agnesia and Wintergleam
|Motto:||Utan villt vindar kalla, brottin lauf falla|
|Feudal Status:||Royal Precinct|
|Largest Cities:||Moss, Dragonskeep, Vijayanagara|
|Local Leadership Title:||Count of Agnesia and Wintergleam|
|Current leader:||Thingfrith Skullsplitter|
|Local language:||Common Tongue, Hurmu Norse, Wintergleamish|
|Local Religion:||Sheepist Church, Bovic Faith, Hurmudanish Faith|
The County of Agnesia was one of the counties of the Barony of Nordland within Elwynn. This county was buried under inhabitable snow until The Great Thaw when an old civilization was freed from its confines of ice and lead into the Country of Shireroth by Cho'gall Dentarg.
The power of the Ohl'Tar was broken, and their populations dispersed by a missile strike on the city of Vijayanagara, that was authorised by the Minister of Military Affairs in the year 3597 ASC. This marking the first occasion in modern times when Imperial Forces used a city busting weapon against its own rebellious population.
From 1618 to 1624, the County was part of the Lands of Kiladôr. The County has adopted the old flag of Kiladôr.
The County of Agnesia and Wintergleam has a total population of 24,669,339 people.
|People of Elwynn||Population Size||Percentage|
|Other Elwynnese or Shirerithian||345,902||1.40%|
- The Precinct Yeomanry of the County of Agnesia and Wintergleam is known as Snáwfyrd, which means Snow Fyrd in the Froyalanish and Wintergleamish languages.
- The County of Agnesia and Wintergleam is also known as the Castle County because of the castle-like house called Alejian Castle that Harald of Ettlingar Freyu built on the coast of Wintergleam for Kaiser Alejian II in exchange of being granted the County of Wintergleam in the year 1516 as compensation for the loss of the County of Araxion. Alejian Castle is nowadays the holiday residence of the Prætor of the Landsraad.
- Likewise is the County of Agnesia and Wintergleam also known as the Thaw County for the bulk of lands constituting Agnesia and Wintergleam became only inhabitable after The Great Thaw.