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The Eleven-Day Empire: A Tour of the Capital was a Faction Paradox short story released exclusively on the Faction Paradox website under the banner of The Spiral Politic Database on 14 September 2002. It was written by Mags L. Halliday.

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The "shadow" London of the Eleven-Day Empire is a mishmash of time-zones, with streets, buildings and landmarks taken from periods earlier or later than its eighteenth century foundations, and shouldn't be mistaken for the real London of 1752. The authenticity of the Empire's version is irrelevant: what matters is its symbolic weight.

As London has a certain geographical continuity (which is to say, the street layout has rarely changed over two millennia), it's possible to walk along a lane which switches from Enlightenment to Victorian to Roman and back again within the stretch of a few yards. This guide concentrates on following the route of the Feast of Fools through the streets, providing details of the rites which take place along the way.

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