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Located next to Helsinki, the small Finnish village of Porvoo mysteriously disappeared in the year 2003. It was known as the residence of Ivan Bush and the Finnish national poet, Matti Nykänen. Today the village is uninhabitable due to excessive violence shown by Usko Takkumäki, the mysterious dictator of Itä-Uusimaa, hiding in one of the red wooden houses near the Porvoo river in the suburb of Kevätkumpu.

Also, Porvoo is still invaded by polar bears. THEY ARE GETTING MOTHERFU**ING AGRESSIVE, THEY STOLE MY PIZZA!