The Royal Order of the Bondsmen was commissioned by His Majesty King Edmund II in 1423. Born from the disbanding of the Royal Order of the Black Bond which had previously guarded English lands for six years.
Any who join this order are to renounce all worldly titles and honours. Should they be a noble then they lose the titles and income of that position, similar positions or more can be given to them upon joining. Any man may donate all or a portion of his land to the Order.
This Order accepts both soldiers and men of faith into its ranks, not just men and religions of England but of elsewhere also. As England is a country populated by many different types of people its diversity is reflected within the Order. All who ask will be found a place within the Order, whether as a soldier, a physician, a diplomat et cetera, all are catered for.
Built upon the banks of the River Liffey is an exact copy of the Order House of the Black Bond which has been painstakingly moved from London to Dublin, brick by brick.