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  1. The other day I was prowling around, looking for zones, and I found a zone in Antarctica, due south of Tierra Del Fuego at the south end of South America. It's on what's called the Antarctica Peninsula (clever name, that one), just north of the area called Palmer Land. Palmer Base (US) and Rothra Base (UK) are in the area, but now I can't find the zone anymore! And, Antarctica isn't a region I can search. Anyone else find this zone, either using Qonqr or the Windows Qonqr command center? I'll nab a screen shot of it if I see it again. Love to get that one on my base list. I'll have to settle for London and Tokyo.
  2. Long ago, before Apple "upgraded" to its buggy maps, I upon a hunch explored various remote lands to see whether QONQR was as pervasive as some claimed it to be. While it may be present in the steppes of Mongolia or the frozen wilds of Alaska, or the steamy jungles of Africa, one place it is very much not is Antarctica. McMurdo Station is by far the largest settlement in Antarctica, at times being home to over a thousand people. And yet, no zones to capture. Do you know what this means? There is at least one bastion of hope, that QONQR can and will be contained and controlled--by the SWARM of course.
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