Stonehenge Tribunal has a small number of ungifted Redcaps who carry messages around the British Isles. The most visited covenants are Blackthorn Covenant, Cad Gadu, Schola Pythagoranis and Voluntas, though all covenants are visited at some point each year.
Travel times from Schola Pythagoranis and Voluntas ranges from 6 days in the summer to 12 days in the winter when the roads are in poorer condition.
There are no gifted Mercere in Stonehenge, Loch Leglean or Hibernia.
A 35 year old redcap who poses as a storyteller and musician on his travels. He also has a reputation of having a woman in every town, and there are a few places where he is no longer welcome. He mostly travels between Normandy Tribunal and Stonehenge Tribunal, carrying messages back to the centre of the Order.
Alfred is a wealthy gentlemen who has many contacts amongst the nobility and merchant classes. He uses this as an excuse to travel southern England and Wales, delivering messages between the covenants and passing on information on mundane gossip. He regularly winters in Blackthorn, and is one of the few non-residents to be welcomed there.
Justinia is a young woman who travels with a small group of heavily armed men. She often travels the North and Hibernia Tribunal, carrying messages between the British Isles. She is highly educated, and has a reputation for being able to hold her own against most magi in discussions on Magic Theory. She is based out of Cathair covenant.
Heward is a tall man with a reputation for speed. He spends the summer and autumn in Stonehenge, mostly around the southern covenants, then moves down to Normandy in Winter and Spring.
Sachsenross is a Redcap shapechanger, whose favoured form is that of a horse. He travels most of England, Wales and Scotland, though avoids Blackthorn due to a disagreement with the magi there.
Joan is a female Redcap, though travels under the name of John of Leeds, using mundane disguise and some magical devices to appear as a man. She travels the Northern extremities of the Order, including Scotland, England and even Norway, bringing back news from beyond the Order's boundaries.