The Land of Angles (異魏罹須なる国, Igurisu naru Kuni) was the home of Mina the Fair ten-thousand years ago, according to rumors spread by the Greater Nobility. It refers to present-day England, which was settled and named after the Angles.
Background Information and NotesEdit
- As a result of a misunderstanding by the novel's editor, "Land of Angles" was incorrectly changed to "Land of Angels" in the published edition of the book. Kevin Leahy intended it to be a translation of Igurisu naru Kuni (異魏罹須なる国), an extreme kanji corruption of "Land of Inglez", referring to England; the proper name of the country presumably became corrupted and forgotten in the ten-thousand years since the fall of human civilization.