Bruges, a Terran city-state in Western Europe, as well as a historic and commercial port city in the Netherlands, is a member state of the Four-City Alliance. Although the city is primarily composed of a human population, the Bruges underworld is dominated by the Methuselah clan of Gie de Grandville, Count of Bruges.
Bruges was an ancient commercial city located in Belgium. Prior to the Armageddon of 2124 AD, Belgium became part of the Netherlands. Following the nuclear apocalypse, Bruges joined three neighboring city-states—Amsterdam, Antwerp, and Brussels—to establish the Four-City Alliance. A loose union built on collective security, the structure of the Alliance enabled Antwerp and its fellow member states to maintain most of their local autonomy as semi-independent districts. Like the other city-states in the Alliance, Bruges was one of the main sites of organized crime in the Alliance's territory. By the 31st century AD, the Bruges branch of the criminal underworld was controlled by the Methuselah clan of Gie de Grandville, Count of Bruges and a member of the Count Four conglomerate.
- Trinity Blood: Rage Against the Moons - Volume 1: From the Empire (Mentioned only)
- Trinity Blood: Rage Against the Moons - Volume 2: Silent Noise (Mentioned only)
- Trinity Blood: Rage Against the Moons - Volume 3: Know Faith (Mentioned only)
- Trinity Blood Episode 6: Sword Dancer (Indirect mention only)
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Wikipedia: Bruges
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Trinity Blood Rage Against The Moons - Volume 1: From the Empire, Side Story: Sword Dancer
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Trinity Blood: Rage Against the Moons - Volume 2: Silent Noise, Side Story: Sling Blade
- ↑ Note: "The city of Antwerp, occupying one corner of the Four City Alliance, was a historic port city. There, the sizeable commercial cities located in the Netherlands at the Germanic and Franc borders had preserved a loose union by forming a mutual alliance." [RAM-V2, Sling Blade; Page 172]
- ↑ Trinity Blood Rage Against the Moons - Volume 3: Know Faith, Side Story: Guns 'N' Swords