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Quote1 It cannot be denied that this is a grave offense. T'Challa is king. To violate the king is to violate his country. But there is something more. This "Empire" has taken the Wakandan name and turned it into a byword for conquest. Is this not enough cause for the battle to be joined? Quote2
-- Storm

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THE INTERGALACTIC EMPIRE OF WAKANDA –“TWO THOUSAND SEASONS” PART 2

T’Challa makes contact with Earth! But the war for the Empire continues, and with the panther goddess Bast on their side, the Maroons are looking to turn the tide. When Emperor N’Jadaka comes for his revenge, he’ll find himself in hot water. But will T’Challa’s plan be enough to free those the Empire has enslaved — and open his pathway home?

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