Burnham covenant, in the far northeast of the tribunal, has little to do with the other covenants. It has only recently begun sending representatives to tribunal, and they abstain from most votes. It keeps similarly aloof from mundane affairs, relying on the grant of immunity that it obtained from Stephen during the civil war and had confirmed by Henry II afterwards. This grant allows them to maintain their castle without giving anything in return — or, at least, anything obvious. No one is sure whether they are just a group of careful mediocrities, or have great and deep plans.
Current Relations with Andorra