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'''[[wikipedia:Zhu Yuanzhang|Zhu Yuanzhang]]''' (October 21, 1328 – June 24, 1398), known posthumously as the '''Hongwu Emperor''', was the founder of the Ming Dynasty and the restorer of Chinese independence after the [[Mongols|Mongol]] Yuan Dynasty.
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'''[[wikipedia:Zhu Yuanzhang|Zhu Yuanzhang]]''' (October 21, 1328 – June 24, 1398), also known as the '''Hongwu''' ("Vastly Martial") '''Emperor''', was the founder of the Ming Dynasty and the restorer of Chinese independence after the [[Mongols|Mongol]] Yuan Dynasty.
   
 
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The campaign's story is narrated (written down) by a Buddhist monk in Tibet around 1405.
 
The campaign's story is narrated (written down) by a Buddhist monk in Tibet around 1405.
* The twist: The monk is actually Zhu Yuanzhang's grandson, the [[wikipedia:Jianwen Emperor|Jianwen Emperor]], who faked his death and went into hiding after being overthrown by his uncles.
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* The twist: The monk is actually Zhu Yuanzhang's grandson, the [[wikipedia:Jianwen Emperor|Jianwen Emperor]], who faked his death and went into hiding after being overthrown by his uncles.
 
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Latest revision as of 11:04, August 2, 2020

Zhu Yuanzhang (October 21, 1328 – June 24, 1398), also known as the Hongwu ("Vastly Martial") Emperor, was the founder of the Ming Dynasty and the restorer of Chinese independence after the Mongol Yuan Dynasty.

Campaign Edit

Hongwu lion icon
"In a China ravaged by natural and manmade disasters, an orphan who once joined a monastery to dodge hunger decides to trade habits for armor and help free the Middle Kingdom from its hated Mongol overlords. But how can a son of peasants even dream of defeating the heirs of Genghis Khan in battle, nevermind claiming the Celestial Empire for himself?"

The Zhu Yuanzhang campaign consists of 6 scenarios. The player plays as the Chinese and the player color is blue.

  1. A Poor Begging Monk
  2. Lake Poyang (would it be different if part of a campaign instead of single scenario? Maybe)
  3. The Mandate of Heaven
  4. The Prince of Liang
  5. Into Mongolia
  6. Ten Thousand Years

The campaign's story is narrated (written down) by a Buddhist monk in Tibet around 1405.

  • The twist: The monk is actually Zhu Yuanzhang's grandson, the Jianwen Emperor, who faked his death and went into hiding after being overthrown by his uncles.
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