Political designation for an area of eastern Cascadia ruled by a duke and/or duchess.
- Capital: Ensel
- Ruling family: Empty until 587
- Estimated population:
- Earldoms: Camrose, Fairmont, Glenmont
- Major Cities: Ensel
- Exports: Coal, tin, iron, wool, hemp, furs, skins.
On a map, Enselford may appear the easternmost duchy of Cascadia, but as of most writings, it is untenanted. The royal duke of Enselford was ousted with the overthrow of King Charles VII before an heir was named; with the ongoing depopulation from disease and the ravenous demands of The Great War for fresh bodies, rule of the duchy fell to the old earl of Camrose and passed to his son in 560.
Though the lands have been managed by Camrose, as of 580 the parliament of Fernwall has not seen fit to promote Camrose to a duchy, despite the near constant politicking of Camrose’s earl, who is widely considered to be both cowardly and stupid.