My dear @pyrhic , you dissemble in your words. Goading and hinting, you hope that someone will reveal the crucial nugget of information that will win you the game! Its almost as if your passive state is not the lure of the spider with a web, but the call of an old wolf who knows his energy is limited.
Alright. In my benevolent state (Dragons Milk is a great beer) I will help you.
There is possibly 2 Water queens not summoned - Caelum has at least one.
Caelum has all 3 AIr queens, at least one Fire King, the King of Banefires, and at least 7 of the nine Daevas, plus a few more. Some of them are kitted out with artifacts. @Kelan made sure the others have toys as well.
Pan used to have an Ice devil, and an earth king. Morale in cold places sucks.
I assume from the one earth attack a turn you are kindly sending my way, you have found yourself an Earth King.
I also deduce that money is tight, because there is no army following up these Sidhe Lords that my maeneads are killing (15:1 ratio is quite acceptable to me). And they are not kitted out that heavily, so your heart really is not into it, I feel.
If I were you, I would cast my eyes upon those below the waves, and those in the mountains. While your bards preach in my taverns, Ys has taken Shin, and is adjacent to Nazca, and one amphibious turn from Eiru. Which cannot be defended by more than 50 or so black hawks, based on how amorously they chased my harpies. So which will you lose, Eiru? Ys benefits from a central maneuver position, supported by Golems that can raid or lead the communions. I doubt you can defend both. And losing your home will probably also free up a global spot!
(Fun fact - my Mother Oak caster actually visited Caelum, but I realized who he was before my Stalingrad moment and sent him home).
And if Caelum ever stirs from his roost, those artifact kitted out uniques are going to be pretty interesting to face. I am feverishly working to upgrade my Leech to a Nose for a Nose…no, thats not right. Its something like that, though.