I have no reason to, unless you try and attack me...
Consider this in an IC stance, though. We have no idea, really, that you claimed, until we received the news, after we made our own settlements. We didn't know until we accidentally claimed ourselves.
You can prove that you came first.
(IC =/= OOC. Don't do some mental gymnastics to try and act like that isn't the case)
Riku: "...maybe we should find you a room...?"
(I'm not trying to do mental gymnastics I don't even know what that means)
(I ain't smart dude)
Bobby: Sounds good to me.
(Mental gymnastics is the activity of someone trying to make up facts and logic to beat someone in an argument wherein the one making stuff up is losing)
She takes his hand and starts walking ahead, pulling him along.
Its. Nothing. Personal. OOC. And it depends in IC circumstance.
Just appeal to my government. Seriously, we aren't going to be assholes here, not only are you dealing with Yano (and more likely his advisors), but we have no incentive to Nyock such a small country as yours, and besides, these situations are not the same anyway.
Riku: "...actually... I don't know if there are any good rooms..."
Go ahead. Cards are on your side here, you came first and we have no right to say otherwise.
Riku: "...I've just been sharing my dad's quarters with him, since I haven't even gotten the chance to take a room yet..."
Seeing the arrival of Untecnan settlers, the Parecevelan government would request to start negotiations with Untecna about the ownership of Eastern Australia.
By this time, news of a claim from the Paracevelans reaches the Untecnan Government. As they get the request, they politely accept. The Prime Minister, chosen to represent for now, is sent to the Galapagos to discuss.