The Brazilians are adaptable. They can deploy anywhere in the world like Finnish paratroopers. They can crush the enemy with an overwhelming number of advanced units like the Boer. They can advance slowly but with the strong determination of a glacier like the Inuit, like they are doing here. Perhaps this adaptability is their recipe to success.
Of course, their list of tactics and strategies does not include Henry Parkes' "Disappoint your supporters by never accomplishing anything meaningful despite all your great potential.”