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@Ahrana, @Greater Serbia

 

All right, seeing as I am going to hopefully have time on my hands again, would you like to start this up once more? Thankfully we already have the charter done, so now we just need to discuss how we will implement this in-universe.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-axDjNg9uRGr4kP9xJUR7oxQob29VZDJ5f0ES2XAHrc/edit#heading=h.aw3ap6tzolwk

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