Angland constitutes the largest land area of the Isles, and is named after the largest group of people to settle there; the Angles. The common population is Britons and Angles, and the aristocracy is completely made up of Angles.

Angland used to be much larger before the Saxon invasion, who took over almost a third of the Southern land area, and deposed the Angle nobility in those lands.

Angland today consists of the kingdoms of Mercia, Northumbria, and East Anglia.

The Angles bear the brunt of Preton aggression due to geography, and vast tracts of Angland is considered wilderness, and therefore dangerous and avoided.