The number of sectors (eight) corresponds to eight major classes of Magic:
- green (supposedly devoted to Hippiemancy)
- gray (possibly devoted to Spookism)
Portal ParkErf-b1-p011 is located in the center of the Magic Kingdom and has multiple portals that seem to lead to other, unspecified, locations. One of the portals is known to lead to the portal room in Gobwin Knob.Erf-b1-p013Erf-b1-p140
Queen Bea of Unaroyal also sent all of her casters through a portal in her capital city prior to committing suicide and ending her side by stepping through the portal herself. It is likely there is a portal connection to portal park in most capital cities, or at least the capitals of larger sides.
A Caster that is in the Magic Kingdom when their Capital City falls reverts to barbarism.Erf-b1-p102 This would explain the permanent residents: they are Casters who became Barbarians, and have never selected another Side, instead selling Scrolls for their livelihood.
Entry to The Magic Kingdom seems to be reserved for Casters only. It is implied that non-Caster units will either disband or croak if they attempt to use a Portal to the islandErf-b1-p134. Queen Bea of Unaroyal committed suicide by entering a Portal, for instance. However, Parson did not croak when he entered the Magic KingdomErf-b1-p140, implying that he is either a Caster or immune to disbanding. His stats contained an entry describing him as 'special', which might include either being a Caster or being immune to disbanding. His physical ability to enter aside, he is socially prohibitted from entering because he is a warlord.
The Magic Kingdom seems to be reserved for casters only, without regard for caster discipline. It might also be a political neutral zone, as warlords are not permitted.
Real World References
"The Magic Kingdom" is the name of a theme park at Walt Disney World.