A member of the Japanese Nobility, but not the House of Yamato. He is known as King Kaito (海斗).
Presumably Japan decided to install a king in the Philippines along with their occupation force
This is correct. A member of the Japanese Nobility has been brought to the Philippines (Luzon) and established a new civilian government through a mixture of previous regime forces and anti-regime advocates.
Ah right… a Japanese intervention… very interesting.
I always forget there is a lot of lore on discord that we don’t see
Not... entirely. The discord server gets the same content that gets posted here. The only thing missing from here is that there is a large contingent of other people who perform analysis on the articles and pick apart details in the sidebars, where a lot of the information is.
Again, the same content is in both places.
I am pretty sure Japanese military intervention in the Philippines has been mentioned in the thread before.
I am not certain if ever directly, but on the sidebar of news posts at least.
Yeah, on the sidebar of news posts. No article or event was posted specifically detailing it.
wait what happened in France?
See my next post.
Do the people of Luxembourg wish to rejoin France?
This is a complicated question. The people of Luxembourg primarily speak French, despite government efforts to encourage Luxembourgish as a primary language. Attempts to install a new language have overall been a failure. The present crisis stems from a legislative election which saw the pro-French unification party win a majority. A military coup deposed the democratically elected government in favour of hardline nationalists, who began to jail unification activists. The French military responded with an invasion of Luxembourg to "respect the will of the people."
The side story about the shopping trolleys is honestly either too funny or a good example of reality being very stupid.
Truth is stranger than fiction, but I like to keep it equal sometimes.