I don't think we should be using "Tir Na Nog" as a race or citizenship for characters from Brave and the Bold. I can kind of see where you're going with the idea but it's not really how we use the terms here.
For race, I think they should either be listed under Celtic gods as we currently have or be listed under Tuatha De Danann. The latter is actually my preference. If there are pages for the Fomorians, I'd list that as their race. I don't think we should list a citizenship at all for these. Most races on the site don't have separate citizenships identified and we almost exclusively use for human characters.
I have no preference between Celtic Gods or Tuatha De Danann, (although, Celtic Gods feels more generic, and therefore has more uses).
Like Kyle said, I think policy across the board is that non-earthlings shouldn't have citizenships, and only if they come from a country on Earth. (e.g. I'm not sure Skartaris should count as a country or a citizenship). Fantasy realms are not countries, so citizenship feels less applicable than race. So... pick a race.
I'm not sure I agree with that. It's more like a continent with a bunch of gem-themed countries within it. So, Amethyst is... Amethystian??? I dunno. It's garbage. Citizenship should be changed to Nationality in the character template.
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I never like saying this to people, but we've got standards of English, and yours simply has too many mistakes to clean up/make sense. Both grammatically and in style, it's simply not what we are looking for, so I'm going to remove it.