Bèlmounae is the land of Miroven (also known as Faeries, or Fae). This world can intersect with our world in multiple ways, including energetically (such as ley lines and vortices) and physically (portals and borders). Miroven source their magic from Bèlmounae, and thusly their magic is not the same as the magic wielded by the Magimundi (or other magic-users on Earth). Fae magic is energetically different, and unique in terms of raw power. When a Fae leaves Bèlmounae and crosses into the Magimundi, their magic is not as powerful in our realm as it is in theirs, and it may behave differently, often unpredictably. The same happens if a mage or Wizard is invited to the Fae Realm. Mages can learn Miroven Magic, but it is difficult to master, and is harmful to the mage’s body and wand. This means that movement between the realms is fairly unusual and can be dangerous.
Fae who come into the Magimundi are revered and feared both for their rarity, their power, and this magical unpredictability. A Fae casting magic could be awesome or awesomely destructive.
Bèlmounae has two main sections, each with their own unique, and apparently complex ruling system:
These two lands are separated by the Chonje, or the river of remembrance. There is an area outside of either Waakki or Waasani. It is known as Wakun, or the outside. Fae from here are Outsiders or Outliers, and belong to neither Court.