Aragonia is a country located south of Terre d'Ange. It is the equivalent of Spain and Portugal. It borders Siovale and the nation Euskerria. The people speak Aragonian. The major cities are Amílcar and New Carthage. Nicola L'Envers y Aragon, cousin of Ysandre de la Courcel, is married to the King's brother Ramiro Zornín de Aragon.
During Kushiel's Mercy, General Astegal of Carthage invaded and conquered a large portion of Aragonia. The spell placed on the City of Elua kept Terre d'Ange from interfering. The King surrendered and Serafin L'Envers y Aragon led the Aragonian resistance. Astegal laid siege to Amílcar, but he was defeated by the combined forces of Aragonia and Euskerria. The Aragonians agreed to grant Euskerria its independence in thanks for their assistance.
Notable Aragonian CharactersEdit
Roderico de Aragon—King of Aragonia
Ramiro Zornín de Aragon—Brother of the King, husband of Nicola.
Serafin L'Envers y Aragon—Older son of Nicola and Ramiro, heir to the king.