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Brazilian Raj, now almost entirely annexed, hosts some Siberian and Australian partygoers. In the middle of the subcontinent stands Uberlandia, a public display of Pedro’s power and ego.

Meanwhile, the American throwdown is overshadowed by an even greater event - coral is still legal. What could it all mean? Finland and the Buccaneers led the movement to preserve it, but the Inuit came out strongly against. Could this be an effort by Kekkonen to revive his lost empire by allying with Morgan? And Mongolia has taken the Inuit’s side in opposition to Brazil, a clear and worrying statement. Possibly most shocking is Australia siding with the Inuit. There’s just so much going on in this slide, I don’t even know where to start.