Landskeria was founded near (and named after) the Landsker Line in central Pembrokeshire. But since it is a nation and not a country, it is wherever its people are. And its people have since moved a bit further north, with their toes in y Fro Gymraeg. Thus, Landskeria is in the process of becoming a bilingual state; however since the name of our nation is formed from an old Anglo-Saxon word (with no “English” equivalent) and a Latin/Greek suffix, translating it into Welsh seems both difficult and unnecessary. A simple substitution of the K for a G would suffice; thus, Lanskeria becomes Landsgeria.
South of the Preselis, north of the Landsker, west of Glandy Cross, and east of Maenclochog. Mwy Wern na Witwg.