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My Territories and Projects
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I'm Pawl (actually Paul, but I used the Welsh name here because I am mapping in Welsh). I am English but live in south Wales. I joined OGF in 2015 but have been mostly inactive recently. I used to map UL11a (Tircambry) and Wesmandy (UL11e) but after a long period of inactivity I have given up UL11a and am converting Wesmandy into the new Tircambry! This allows me to keep a Welsh-speaking country while taking advantage of the more extensive mapping I had done in Wesmandy, as well as preferring its smaller size.

Since 2013, I am also mapping Wesfolk in Ingerland.

I am also interested in flags and heraldry and happy to help anyone designing flags or coats of arms for their territories.



Tircambry is a fairly small Cambric (Welsh)-speaking nation in northwestern Uletha. I had been mapping it as it was in 1400 with the intention of moving it forward century by century to the present day, but I am abandoning that approach and will start bringing the country into the modern day.

Current activity

January 2024 : I am starting to bring the capital, Caerarthen, forward in time from the 15th century to the 21st.

I also need to re-write the history to take account of the new location and changed reality in West Uletha (e.g. having Ingerland as a neighbour).


Wesfolk is an area, mostly a peninsula, in the west of Ingerland. It has some cities and ports but is largely rural with the main economic activities being farming and tourism, along with fishing, light industry, service industries, and naval facilities. Wesfolk is divided into four counties inspired by southwest England - Dunvan, Havset, Darlshire and Meltshire. I'm not entirely happy with the names so they may change.

Current activity

February 2024: My main (almost only) activity at the moment is the seaside town of Iskmouth in Dunvan, Ingerland. It is a holiday resort with a population of c.35-40K.

Iskmouth, Ingerland-flag.png Ingerland

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