The southernmost region of Albion is Lyonesse. Once a thriving settlement, the ocean reclaimed the land, and the flood waters still linger. The land is covered in mist, and powerful creatures from both land and sea have found a home within the ruins of the partially submerged dwellings of yesteryear. Only the most Skilled adventurers may travel here and live to tell of it.
- Cornwall (East)
Lyonesse is a country in Arthurian legend, particularly in the story of Tristan and Iseult. Said to border Cornwall, it is most notable as the home of the hero Tristan, whose father was king. In later traditions Lyonesse is said to have sunk beneath the waves some time after the Tristan stories take place, making it similar to Ys and other lost lands in medieval Celtic tales, and perhaps connecting it with the Isles of Scilly.