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Part 117: Internal Dissent

Narrated by Knight13117

  1. Intro

    Welcome one and all to another episode of the one, the only Civ Battle Royale Mk. 2.1! I am your host, u/knight13117, longtime sup…

  2. Erlen Tile Accurate Map

    From u/DerErlenkonig’s Tile Accurate Map, we can see that Brazil has made gains on every front. Every single nation on the cylinde…

  3. Vihreean Map

    While the Vihreean hand-drawn map shows essentially the same data as the Tile Accurate Map, to me at least, the artistry gives cer…

  4. PR Slide

    Number 1 is Brazil, of course, and their number of capitals continues to rise, ending last part at 51. That’s only ten more capita…

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    Onto the action! We open with a shot of the Eastern Inuit Empire. Ever since the Great Schism brought by the capture of Ivvavik, t…

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    And that is not the only city they’ve lost. The provisional capital of Nattfaravik, captured from Iceland not so long ago, has fal…

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    “Behold Brazilian Iceland,” proclaims Pedro, “where you can go dancing in the mountains and flirt with Carnival performers in the…

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    As the previous narrator noted, the Tonsberg-Stavanger-Birka line has been definitively overrun, but Gustavus Adolphus holds on. T…

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    Pedro has committed a staggering number of Biotroopers and Robot Infantry to this front. One wonders if he realizes that he’s actu…

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    Across the sea from the Northern Jyvaskyla, Sibirian troops maintain a daring defence of their country’s northwestern border. Time…

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    Brazil defends their recently-gained salient of Beaumont, but incredibly, a lone Sibirian Biotrooper makes his way past the enemy…

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    On Sibir’s southern front, Brazil gloats over the pacification of Hue, a tremendously important city for the sake of morale, for o…

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    For a brief time, it looked like Kuchum Khan’s army could make its way through the mountain pass near Gongju to conquer Korea. Cle…

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    Korea is mounting an impressive defence, using a strong air force to deny Brazil access to Gangneung. Nonetheless, Ytyk-Kyuyol loo…

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    Wow. We might be seeing the next capital added to Brazil’s list soon. Despite the aforementioned impressive air force, Sejong seem…

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    The far quieter Battle of Mililani Mauka rages in the Pacific Ocean to the southeast. Can a single Brazilian Advanced Destroyer ta…

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    The situation in the Philippines remains static - I’m pretty sure this is the exact same shot as three turns ago, minus the moveme…

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    A Brazilian task force makes its way into the countryside between Dong Hoi and Than Hoa, likely to get flanked and routed by Vietn…

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    Long Bien has been captured, cementing Brazilian control of the Burmese coast. It was a Long time coming. ...Okay, I’ll stop.

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    Brazil expands its foothold in Indochina with Panduranga, the former Cham capital. Unlike its numerous flips during the Blackfoot…

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    With the capture of Medan, Brazil officially controls the island of Borneo... with the exception of a single uranium mine. Austral…

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    We get a glimpse of the Western Inuit Empire, faring slightly better than its Eastern counterpart, although the capture of Qurluqt…

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    Coff’s Harbour, still the largest city in the cylinder if I recall correctly, sits untouched amid its bountiful fishing boats and…

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    Indeed, the Antarctic front actually appears to have fewer forces committed there than before. One Brazilian Advanced Destroyer ig…

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    New turn! To the left, the Eastern Inuit recapture Sanikiluaq, showing they still have some fight in them yet. Nonetheless, Brazil…

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    To the right, Vatnafjordur has been captured, officially turning Iceland into Greenland. From his new capital at Borgarnes, Ingól…

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    Thanks to Gustavus’s tactical prowess, Sweden holds the new Bergen-Skara-Eidsvoll line quite well, possibly overturning my predict…

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    Brazil continues its Arctic Ocean strategy of sending vast hordes of unescorted troop transports, and despite the prowess of the S…

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    Thankfully, this front is not a repeat of the mountain meatgrinder. Instead, there is harsh fighting in what I believe to be the G…

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    Ytyk-Kyuyol falls indeed. The Western Inuit feel the pressure slowly mounting as Isit, Russkoye Ustye, and Olenyok are subjected t…

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    Wow. An Arctic nuclear wasteland appears where Sanjarak used to be. Frustrated with their continued contest over the city, only fo…

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    As before, Korea’s air force (I presume) bravely holds the line. Sejong’s citizens should be guaranteed several more turns of peac…

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    Pedro continues his strategy of throwing hordes of embarked melee units across the sea, and decides to move his Mech Artillery clo…

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    I think at least one unit was picked off from that Brazilian advance, but it’s sure not the rout I was hoping for. In fact, the Tr…

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    I sure hope Hanoi doesn’t fall to that lone Robot Infantry, because that would be an unfairly anticlimactic end for the venerable…

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    The Viet-Tron™ Amphibious Assault Robot has failed in its mission to retake Panduranga. Instead, it has been brutally dismantled,…

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    The Australian resistance fighters in that uranium mine on Borneo are waging a one-sided fight against a Brazilian Biotrooper squa…

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    The Western Inuit breathe a sigh of relief as Brazil’s advance stalemates. They ply Ekeuhnick with gifts of bannock and akutaq (In…

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    Another turn passes! Speaking of the Eastern Inuit, they continue to hold out against the more aggressive Brazilian troops in this…

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    Wahpetonwan is now the only city on Baffin Island to remain in Eastern Inuit control. The inhabitants of this curiously Sioux city…

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    Clearly, Pedro was unimpressed by Ingólfur’s declaration of independence from his own country, and promptly seizes his new Greenl…

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    Wow. With the capture of Turku, Pedro now controls the entirety of irl Finland. Furthermore, troops have advanced to within spitti…

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    Against all odds, Brazil still fails to take Gorky. Clearly, the Sibirian navy and air force know what they’re doing. I wonder how…

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    No city flips on the Gobi Desert front this turn, but Brazil has eliminated the weak Sibirian armies defending them. However, ther…

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    Tabriz, which in real life is apparently the most populated city in Iranian Azerbaijan, has been nuked (or razed) off the map. I a…

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    Brazilian Robot Commando Squad “Café Com Leite” sets off on a new mission to capture Joinville. It looks like Kuchum has enough f…

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    “All quiet on the Brazilian front,” reports Sejong’s generals. Of course, almost all of the front is Brazilian, but they neglect t…

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    Wow. Not only does Seoul remain standing, Korea has recaptured Kyoto. Pedro might want to rethink his “amphibious horde” strategy.…

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    Senggezangbo takes more damage as Pedro moves his forces out of the Brazilian Raj. However, I must say, the Trungs maintain an adm…

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    Pedro steps up his attack on the Malay Peninsula, capturing Lam Ap Pho and utterly destroying Thi Li Bi Nai. His admirals will be…

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    The Battle of Mililani Mauka draws to an epic conclusion: the Advanced Destroyer is advancely destroyed. But amazingly, the Biodro…

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    Despite the lack of forces in the area, Shepparton has flipped to Brazil. Slowly, but surely, Pedro aims to conquer Antarctica.

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    And in our last shot, the Western Inuit have a sharp intake of breath as amphibious Brazilian troops capture Kangirliniq. Is the W…