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*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t hostile towards the US, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''. This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved and the Cold War persisted into the present, until Roland made his journey into the other world. Imagine how people in Roland’s United States constantly feel since the 60s!

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*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t hostile towards the US, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''. This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved and the Cold War persisted into the present, until Roland made his journey into the other world. Imagine how people in Roland’s United States constantly feel since the 60s!


*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t hostile towards the US, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''. This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved and the Cold War persisted into the present, until Roland made his journey into the other world.

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*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t hostile towards the US, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''. This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved and the Cold War persisted into the present, until Roland made his journey into the other world. Imagine how people in Roland’s United States constantly feel since the 60s!


*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t hostile towards the US, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''. This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved until Roland made his journey into the other world.

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*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t hostile towards the US, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''. This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved and the Cold War persisted into the present, until Roland made his journey into the other world. world.


*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t hostile towards the US, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''. This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved.

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*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t hostile towards the US, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''. This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved.resolved until Roland made his journey into the other world.


*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t that hostile towards the US, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''. This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved.

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*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t that hostile towards the US, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''. This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved.


*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t that stupid, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''! This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved.

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*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t that stupid, hostile towards the US, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''! ''Cuba''. This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved.


*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t that stupid, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''!

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*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada and Mexico aren’t that stupid, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''!''Cuba''! This probably means that unlike our timeline, in the alternate timeline Roland is from, the Cuban Missile Crisis was never resolved.


** After the second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC. The dialog even implies that she will willingly join the evacuation group to Evermore and abandon Hydropolis if it means their offsprings will have a future.

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** After the second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC. The dialog even implies that she either will willingly join the evacuation group to Evermore and abandon Hydropolis, or trust Leander to evacuate Hydropolis with their offsprings in tow, when the day arrives- if it means their offsprings will have a future.


** After the second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC. The dialog even implies that she will willingly join the evacuation group and abandon Hydropolis if it means their offspring will have a future.

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** After the second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC. The dialog even implies that she will willingly join the evacuation group to Evermore and abandon Hydropolis if it means their offspring offsprings will have a future.


*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada is too polite and Mexico isn’t that stupid, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''!

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*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada is too polite and Mexico isn’t aren’t that stupid, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''!

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*** The ''Tale of A Timeless Tome'' DLC keeps mentioning “the borders”. So it’s someone close to the United States. Since Canada is too polite and Mexico isn’t that stupid, the enemy boils down to ''Cuba''!


** After the second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC. The dialog even implies that she will willingly join the evacuation group of Hydropolis and become a regular citizen of Evermore if it means their offspring will have a future.

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** After the second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC. The dialog even implies that she will willingly join the evacuation group of and abandon Hydropolis and become a regular citizen of Evermore if it means their offspring will have a future.


** After the second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC, and that she trusts Leander to evacuate with their offsprings when the day comes.

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** After the second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC, and DLC. The dialog even implies that she trusts Leander to evacuate with will willingly join the evacuation group of Hydropolis and become a regular citizen of Evermore if it means their offsprings when the day comes.offspring will have a future.


** After the second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC- and she will be among those who evacuate given the dialog.

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** After the second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC- DLC, and that she will be among those who trusts Leander to evacuate given with their offsprings when the dialog.day comes.


** After second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore (with Queen Nerea herself hinting that either she will be among those who evacuate for the sake of her and Leander’s offspring, or she will go down with Hydropolis and trusts Leander to be among those who evacuate, along with their offspring, when the day comes) before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC.

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** After the second DLC it looks like she decided to FaceDeathWithDignity - glimpses of future tell that Hydropolis is gone with all it's inhabitants. On the flip side tho, it seems that the Hydropolis citizens were given the option to seek refuge in Evermore (with Queen Nerea herself hinting that either she will be among those who evacuate for the sake of her and Leander’s offspring, or she will go down with Hydropolis and trusts Leander to be among those who evacuate, along with their offspring, when the day comes) before the eruption given Queen Nerea's dialog in the DLC.DLC- and she will be among those who evacuate given the dialog.

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