The Celts - The origins of the celtic race are shadowed in mystery. What is known by scholars is that they were first seen within the Iberian peninsula, then moved north through Gaul and crossed the Britannic Channel into Albion. There they pushed the Picts northward, and themselves split into several groups; becoming the various Gaelic peoples
- The Pretons - Populate Wales and parts of England. Originally from Iberia.
- The Britons - Conquered pretons with no vestiges of their old culture.
- The Gaels - Same race as the pretons, but with different, more modern beliefs.
- The Scots - Invaded southern Pictland from Gaeland. Formed two national regions; Scotland and Da'l Riata.