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Ishval is perhaps the counterpart of the Western Asian countries, and Word of God states she took inspiration from the plight of the Ainu people. Paninya, Jerso, Focker, and an unnamed Central Library employee anime only are all black, implying that there's likely an Alternate Universe equivalent of the African continent as well.
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