|Bailiwick of Burgundie |
|Etymology: South Dock|
|• Total||310.799 km2 (120.000 sq mi)|
|• Density||60/km2 (150/sq mi)|
Following its colonization, a portion of the southern part of the island was used as a penal colony, Devil's Cove. In 1936 the need for a penal colony fell as the Burgundian people embraced "transformative justice". The facility lay in ruins until 2011 when KATI was looking for a secret military prison. Devil's Cove Detention Center, was resurrected and turned into a military prison. As part of the deal, each country was granted a wing as well as "sovereign discretion", a policy allowing each member nation to conduct activities in their respective wing without inquiry by the Burgundian government.