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Kipin is a language isolate spoken on an island in the North Atlantic whose location made it a convenient staging post for Anglo-Portuguese trade in the middle ages. The island is divided into a number of city states, each of which is governed by a council of the local nobility.

The islanders adopted Christianity after making contact with English and Portuguese traders, but traces of pre-Christian customs remained for some time.

The islanders are fond of the works of Chaucer and King Dinis, which have been translated into Kipin.

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