Lukedonia (Kor. 루케도니아) is the Noble's country located in the Bermuda Triangle. It is the residence of the Lord of the nobles, as well as the 7 loyal Noble clans and their leaders, as well as their individual orders of knights, who carry out domestic police work in their clans.
Those clan-exclusive orders of knights are all under the collective authority of the Central Order, Lukedonia's military force as well as their surveillance and intelligence agency. The Central Order is under the command of the "Shield and Guardian of the Lord", the Mergas Clan Leader, currently Ludis Mergas. His authority is only superseded by the Lord's.
Due to a potent electromagnetic field, the island remains undetected by satellite or radar. This field can be disrupted by power as great as those released in the clash between Rai and the Lord which dispersed this field temporarily and made the whole country visible for nearly an hour.
The Union had formerly stationed a fleet (under the command of the 12th Elder) around the hypothetical area of Lukedonia and the entire place is kept under constant observation. This fleet, however, was quickly annihilated by Ludis Mergas.
Lukedonia is a rhombus-shaped island nation that encompasses the mythical Bermuda Triangle in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean. Due to the fact that Lukedonia extends several hundred or possibly even thousands of miles outward of the triangle, (whose size varies from 500,000 to 1.5 million square miles) and is surrounded by 15-30 smaller islands, we can assume that is a relatively large country (in area).
In the real world, its minimum land mass (500,000+ square miles) would slightly larger than Peru (496,225 square miles). The median land mass (1,000,000+ square miles) would be slightly smaller than the area of Argentina (1,073,500 square miles) or Kazakhstan (1,052,100 square miles), but larger than Algeria (919,600 square miles).
Lukedonia's maximum possible land mass (1.5 million+ square miles) being roughly equal to the combined land area of India (1,269,350 square miles) and Ukraine (233,090 square miles). This equates to nearly 40% of the landmass of the European continent or nearly half the size of the Australian continent, which includes mainland Australia, Tasmania, New Guinea, Seram, possibly Timor, and neighboring islands.
These sizes would make Lukedonia the world's 19th, 10th, or 7th largest country by area, respectively, as well as the world's largest island, nearly double the size of the second largest, Greenland (836,300 square miles).
Lukedonia has a maritime climate and is covered by dense coniferous and deciduous forests, as well as having enormous, snow-capped mountains and rolling hills, giving way to vast glacial valleys. Lukedonia is circumscribed by ancient rivers, snaking through wide floodplains and swamp land. Large lakes dot the landscape of Lukedonia as well. The country also has wide plains and grasslands, which gradually give rise to steep plateaus. Lukedonia's coasts are rocky cliffs blanketed by mats of sparse grassland as well as low-lying white sand beaches, looking out on the hundreds of vegetation-rich islands off the coast. It is safe to assume that Lukedonia's barrier also changes its weather conditions, making it more temperate than other islands in the Caribbean sea.
It is safe to assume that Lukedonia's geology, like most islands, consists of large amounts of igneous (volcanic) rock, and molten metals such as nickel, iron, and other heavy elements with magnetic properties. This is probably the origin of Lukedonia's barrier. Lukedonia's landmass also extends underwater, rooted within the geologically active sea floor, supporting the theory that it was made from volcanic rock.
Lukedonia is also presumably divided into states or territories where the members of each individual clan reside, with the central region of the country being the home of the Lord and the Noblesse, as well as the base of the Central Order. The borders are unknown. It is unknown if Nobles who are not purebloods live alongside the pureblood Nobles in their respective states.