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Though the majority is against letting them stay, they change their mind once the baby is born. Everyone thinks that Bray is the father of Trudy's baby; however, Bray's brother, Zootis the father. Lex decides to call themselves the Mall Rats in a bonding ritual performed by the newly arrived, spiritual Tai-San. Throughout Series 1, the Mall Rats struggle to survive in the new world. The tribe is confronted with water and food shortage. Jack and Dal work on a sand water filter that allows them to drink rain water.
They also make a wind turbine that allows them to trade batteries for food. The members of the new tribe at first find it difficult to live with each other. They all have different opinions and tend to put their own interests first. Amber, Bray and Lex compete for leadership and barely agree to share the responsibilities. Amber takes care of day-to-day management, Bray supplies food and Lex is named Head of Security.
The characters also have to deal with personal problems inside their tribe. Trudy suffers from postnatal depression and Patsy's twin brother, Paul, goes missing without a trace. Salene suffers from bulimia which goes through to season 2but finds comfort in Trudy and Ryan. The Mall Rats also have to defend themselves against outside enemies. Jack invents an alarm system that tells them when there is an intruder.
When Zoot is accidentally killed in a fight with Lex, the Locos start looking for him everywhere. The Mall Rats take part in a tribal gathering and unsuccessfully try to convince the other tribes to rebel against the Locos. After KC loses everything while gambling, the Tribe Circus invades the mall and leaves them for dead. They are saved just in time by an improbable alliance with the new leader of the Locos, Ebony. When the second wave of the virus hits the city, the Mall Rats decide to go search inside government buildings, hoping to find a cure.
Bray, Amber, Dal and Lex find an antidote on nearby Hope Island, and when Lex catches the virus, Ebony forces him to drink it to test its effects. Lex is fully cured and the Mall Rats, along with Ebony, leave the mall for Eagle Mountain, hoping to find further information on the antidote.
Once there, they don't find any formula and the Mall Rats consider going their separate ways. Suddenly, there is a Spanish message to the space observation site Eagle Mountain: Amber and a pregnant Zandra die in the explosion that follows. The Mall Rats are distraught, but still end up deciding to stay together and find another antidote before they get wiped out.
After finding the formula, Tai-San becomes the only one who knows how to make the antidote. The Mall Rats take advantage of their new position of power and try to instate peace in the city. Danni joins them and tries to set up a Bill of Rights in an effort to unite all the tribes.
Lex and AliceTai-San's new bodyguard, supervise the security of the trading market that is installed in the mall. Jack and Ellie work together on finding more information about the origins of the virus and create a newssheet for the city, called The Amulet. When the Mall Rats discover they don't need the antidote any more, they fear the city will descend into chaos again.
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Unknown to the others, when Trudy comes back a few months later, the Chosen have brainwashed her into secretly working on taking over the whole city with them. They abduct people and make sure the Mall Rats believe Ebony is behind the kidnappings. Alice and Ebony try to warn the Mall Rats, but the Chosen invade the city and take everyone prisoner in the mall.
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Ebony, Lex and Bray escaped and are now in the woods working on a plan to save all the Mall Rats, who must either join the Chosen or work as slaves. Jack is taken away when he tries to find an escape for his friends. Ebony and Lex meet Pride, who takes them back to his tribe the Ecos. Their leader is Eagle, later revealed to be Amber, whose death was faked by Ebony back on Eagle Mountain. Pride later rescues Bray and Dal from the Chosen. Although reluctant to join the fight against the Chosen at first, Amber changes her mind after the death of her best friend, Dal, who tried to escape from the Chosen.
The rebels rescue Trudy from the mind-controlling Guardian and recruit numerous tribes to help them win the battle. Inside the Mall, Patsy joins the Chosen as a spy and so does Cloe, but ends up getting sent away when they are discovered.
Alice convinces Ellie to get closer to LukeThe Guardian's lieutenant, in order to overthrow the Chosen. Ryan refuses to let the Chosen control his life and gets taken away.
Salene, afraid for the life of her unborn baby, agrees to follow their orders but suffers a miscarriage after falling down the stairs.
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The Guardian decides it is Zoot's will that Tai-San should be the New True Supreme Mother, after Trudy is named an imposter when the rebels save her from execution; when Lex finds out he tries to kill The Guardian at her coronation. When Bray tries to pull him back, he accidentally shoots Tai-San and mistakenly believes she is dead. At the end of Series 3, the rebels storm the mall and defeat the Chosen. The Guardian is imprisoned, but the city leaders disagree over what must be done with him.
Ebony is elected as city leader. When Bray and Amber who is pregnant refuse to let her execute The Guardian, she banishes them just as a mysterious plane approaches the city.
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Jack returns to find Luke and Ellie are together. After witnessing them kissing he chooses to leave, but soon returns.
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They possess advanced technology and the mall rats are helpless against them. Cloe is the only one left in the mall after she hid from the Technos. She becomes distressed and finds comfort in Pride and later develops feelings for him, which he cannot return due to her age.
While trying to overthrow the Technos, Jack is captured and taken away as well. Bray is taken while Amber is about to give birth. Trudy finds her and they rejoin the Eco tribe with their babies. Big Gas may have played a role too. The Yines moved to Monte Salvado around the same time Mobil turned up in Madre de Dios, before signing a contract, into explore 1.
Mobil established a base just upriver from Monte Salvado, even deeper in Mashco-Piro territory, and employed some Yines.
That is what has happened time and time again across the Amazon. What could, or should, have been made clear is that the supposedly off-limits Murunahua Reserve in Peru, used by the Tsapanawas and rightly mentioned by Meirelles, has never been properly protected and has been the scene of rampant illegal logging - facilitated by extreme violence and corruption - for years and years.
This can mean crossing Tsapanawa and Mashco-Piro territory: The Tsapanawas, who appear to have moved back and forth across the border anyway, are one such group. FUNAI had been warned months in advance that contact was likely but failed to send in time 1 an interpreter who could communicate with the Tsapanawas; 2 a specialist doctor to provide appropriate medical attention because of their lack of immunological defences and extreme vulnerability to colds and flu; 3 essential equipment, such as a freezer to store vaccines; 4 emergency food for the Tsapanawas; and 5 experienced FUNAI staff.
Everything was done in a hurry. I had to buy a freezer to store vaccines. That was why there was all that madness. Moreover, the translators could communicate well with the group, which is essential. As a result, within a very short space of time, there were a lot of people wanting to go in search of the Tsapanawas to interview them. To take the most obvious, glaring example: Entry from outside is prohibited.