| Commonwealth of the Brettish Isles
Motto: "Prudence, Force, Équité"
| Anthem: I Vow to Thee, my Country
|Largest city|| Camford, Forrest Row, Sheffield
|Official language(s)|| Queen's English
|- Adjective|| Brettish
|- Lord Protector||Jack de Montfort|
|- Speaker of Parliament||Richard Amherst|
|- Legislature|| Court of Parliament
|Establishment||5190 ASC (October 21, 2013)|
|- Ranked|| NA
|- Ranked|| NA
|Currency|| Brettish Pound
|National forum|| 
|National animal||Lion, Lurcher|
The Brettish Isles, also called Brettania or the Commonwealth of the Brettish Isles, is a micronation based on a combination of Victorian and Cromwellian England. Located in the northeast corner of Micras, the country seceded from Batavia following a long period of inactivity in that nation, taking up the mantle of unofficial heir to the legacy of New Brittania while also developing its own unique style.
The Brettish Isles are ruled as a Commonwealth under a Constitution ratified by Parliament. The head of state and government is the Lord Protector.
The very fist nation to inhabit the Brettish Isles was a country known as the Republic of Delvenus, founded by a man named Fax Celestis. The country had a strong relationship with the Apollo Sector, which at the time was still fractured and not the coherent Shireroth we know today. Delvenus also had a good relationship with Elvish stronghold Menelmacar, which was not far off to the south. The Delvenii were an elemental people who strongly believed in the natural forces - earth, water, fire, wood, metal. They had a patriarchal society ruled by a Solomirathius, a benevolent god-like leader. There entire society was modeled on the basis of elements, and each element had acolytes who specialized in there particular area. This elemental division was so strong that the country was divided into regions based on elements. Each of these divisions were tied together by the Elemental Lords who sat in council at the city of Urbia Delvenus. Among the earliest efforts of the Delvenii was map making, and they are indeed credited with this discovery and in being the first Micran cartographers. Although their maps were often skewed and disproportionate, they set a precedent for future cartographers.
The Kingdom of New Brittania succeeded in uniting the islands and forging a strong naval empire that spanned the oceans and centuries. Wherever wood could swim, there you could be sure to see the flag of New Brittania. New Brittanians were an offshoot of the Lovely Diaspora but stood out as an exceptional micronation thanks to the enigmatic leadership of King Jeremy, who founded the empire, initially as the fledgling Kingdom of Willow.
After the fall of New Brittania, the Kingdom of Batavia, based nearby on Benacia, absorbed and colonized the islands, renaming them Nova Batavia. The remaining New Brittanic population dwindled under the Dutch influence of Batavia, being supplanted throughout the isles. Those few New Brittanians that remained flocked to places such as Wilgenburg (Willow City) built on the ruins of the former capital, although a great majority fled north to what would become Willowshire. During this time Jack de Montfort became Governor of Nova Batavia and began the slow process of reasserting Brettish dominance over the isles.
In 5190 ASC (October 21, 2013), the Brettish Isles seceded from the Kingdom of Batavia and formed an independent government under the leadership of Jack de Montfort. This was not recognized by what remained of the Batavian government, and subsequently led to a tense relationship as the Brettish struggled to assert their freedom while Batavia, also struggling to re-establish itself, adamantly refused to recognize their independence. The inability of Batavia to exert any control over the Brettish Isles gave the Brettish the ability to develop at a fast pace, and the country experienced a renaissance of sorts as new endeavors were launched, such as re-opening the air base at Wendover, the unveiling of the shipyard at Ross-on-Wye, or the scientific expedition to Darwin Base in the Arctic.
Culturally, the Brettish Isles embrace strong elements of Victorianism while many elements of government borrow from Cromwell's Republic. The country also incorporates elements of Victorian Steampunk.
The Brettish Isles are composed of seven islands: Brettania, Sussax, Essax, Holmes, Watson, Cornwallis, and Doyle. The island is further divided into six administrative counties that are then divided into fifteen shires. The current counties are Westminster County, Hartshire County, Greater Willow County, Montague County, Northwall County, and Sussax County. The current shires are Westminster, Dartmoor, Kent, Hampshire, Willowshire, Berkshire, Surrey, Cornwallis, Watson, Doyle, Essax, Norfolk, Holmes, East Sussax, and West Sussax. The islands are located in the northern hemisphere close to the Arctic on the planet Micras. They have a cool, temperate climate bordering on tundra, with wet, rainy summers and dry, cold winters.