Source: Sixth World Almanac, 190

Tír Tairngire (actual pronunciation: Shir Sha-irn-gi-ray, common mispronunciation: Tear Tare-en-jire) is one of the Tír Nations, located (and controlling) most of Oregon and a slice of Nevada, while contesting territory in northern California.

Geography[edit | edit source]

Major cities[edit | edit source]

History[edit | edit source]

Birth of Tir Tairngire, 2035

Lugh Surehand exiled [1]

Politics and Government[edit | edit source]

The Tir was run by the Council of Princes established by Lugh Surehand during the creation of Tir Tairngire. The country went through a transition to a more democratic government. The Star Chamber was given more power as the legislative branch, and the Council of Princes was replaced by a High Council. The only members of the Council of Princes that remain are Hestaby and Rex. The head of state and government is High Prince Larry Zincan. The High Prince is now an elected position. Zincan was the only ork on the Council of Princes before the transition. The national military and police force (Constabulary) are one and the same, forming two halves of the Peace Force.

Social Caste System[edit | edit source]

Tir Social Ranks
Rank Title
Irenis (Classless) None
Gentry Squire
Chivalry Sir or Demoiselle
Noble Lord or Lady
Comital Count or Countess
Ducal Duke or Duchess
Royal Prince or Princess

Foreign policy[edit | edit source]

Relations with Germany [2], UCAS [3], Tír na nÓg [4], Britain [5]

UN Security Council member: 2060-65 [6]

Economy[edit | edit source]

Tir Tairngire did not sign the Business Recognition Accords. Megacorporations can only operate in Tir Tairngire through subsidiaries which do not enjoy extraterritoriality. The Council of Princes, as a collective, owns at least 5% of the subsidiary. The head corporate officer must be a Tir subject unless the Council gives a special dispensation. The High Prince can allow a megacorporation to operate without these restrictions by giving a "Prince's Seal." Kokura Biotechnology was the last corp to receive a Prince's Seal, but it left the country when the economy went bad. The Council of Princes, as a collective, used to own at least 5% of all national corporations. However, this restriction has been lifted in hopes of revitalizing the economy.

Much of this has changed with the recent political turmoil in the Tir. Although the country has opened its borders more to megacorporation investment it remains to be seen exactly how the economic climate will settle in this now chaotic state. (circa 2070)

Corporate Presence[edit | edit source]

Crime[edit | edit source]

Smuggling[edit | edit source]

The Daisy Eater smuggling run into the Tir [14]


Go Gangs[edit | edit source]

The Lynch Mob is a gang made primarily of humans and orks that operates on I-5 between Portland and Albany.[15]

Locations[edit | edit source]

The great dragon Hestaby lairs on Mount Shasta [16]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. o76933476System Failure p. 108
  2. o84296706Germany Sourcebook p. 43
  3. o21377451Target: UCAS pp. 21-22
  4. o89952224Tír na nÓg pp. 54-55
  5. o66933837London Sourcebook p. 41
  6. o42265136Loose Alliances p. 61
  7. o21639523Tir Tairngire p. 83
  8. o79645619Corporate Download p. 9
  9. o38715534Shadows of North America p. 152
  10. o21639523Tir Tairngire p. 82 misprinted as "Matshushima"
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 o38715534Shadows of North America p. 151
  12. o21639523Tir Tairngire p. 78
  13. o73009950Portfolio of a Dragon: Dunkelzahn's Secrets p. 67
  14. o94379615Target: Smuggler Havens p. 88
  15. Template:SourceVice p. 141
  16. o35702881Shadowrun Third Edition p. 269

This page forked from Wordman's The Sixth World: A geographical index to the world of Shadowrun

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