The number of soldiers the lord can bring along is directly linked to the lord’s rank.

3rd viscount is limited to 100 men, 2nd viscount 200 men, 1st viscount 300 men;

3rd earl is limited to 500 men, 2nd earl 1000 men, 1st earl 3000 men;

3rd marquis is limited to 10,000 men, 2nd marquis 20,000 men, 1st marquis 50,000 men. A lord with the rank of Duke has no soldier limits and can decide the number freely

Battle of Zhuolu Edit

The Battle of Zhuolu was the battle between the forces of the Yellow and Flame Emperors against the forces of the rebelling Chiyou Tribe.

Final Leaderboard Ranking
Rank Name Battle Contribution Points
1st Qiyue Wuyi 80.000 Points
2nd Bai Hua 25.000 Points


Feng Qiuhuang 18.000 Points
4th Zhan Lang 15.000 Points
5th Chun Shenjun 12.000 Points
6th Xunlong Dianxue 10.000 Points
7th Di Chen 8.000 Points
8th Mu Lanyue 7.500 Points
9th Gong Chengshi 6.000 Points
10th Feng Qingyang 5.500 Points

Battle of Muye Edit

The Battle of Muye featured the arrogant Shang Emperor sending off a majority of his forces and losing much power to face off against the rebelling Zhou armies. The Shang Dynasty in this battle is at a great disadvantage. In the Battle of Muye, also known as “King Wu's rebellion against the Tyrant Zhou”, The King Wu of Zhou led the alliance and raged the final war with the Shang Dynasty in Muye. The ruler of Shang Dynasty, King Zhou of Shang, Di Xin, conquered the Li tribe to the northwest and Dongyi to the southeast, although victorious in all the battles, his bellicose inclination to engage in wars of aggression at will had exacerbated social and class conflicts, and eventually led to the fall of the Shang Dynasty.

Final Leaderboard Ranking
Rank Name Battle Contribution Points
1st Qiyue Wuyi 240.000 Points
2nd Bai Hua 55.000 Points
3rd Feng Qiuhuang 50.000 Points
4th Mulan Yue 45.000 Points
5th Xunlong Dianxue 42.000 Points
6th Di Chen 40.000 Points
7th Siege Lion 32.000 Points
8th ??? 30.000 Points
9th Hua Huo 25.000 Points
10th Chun Shenjun 15.000 Points

Battle of Changping Edit

The Battle of Changping was a battle set in the Warring States Period. This battle pitted the Qin against the Zhao. With the "Asura" Baiqi as head general, it resulted in a one-sided slaughter for the Qin.

System notification: 262 B.C. the Qin army attacked the Han and took over Yewang. Their king was willing to give up Shangdou to stop the Qin troops. However, the shogun of the prefecture wasn't willing to surrender to the Qin, and instead sent someone to surrender to the Zhao instead. Zhao King naturally happily accepted them. The Qin King was furious and ordered his troops to attack Shangdou while the Zhao King sent troops to defend it, resulting in a standstill at Changping. (CH-263)

Final Leaderboard Ranking
Rank Name Battle Contribution Points
1st Qiyue Wuyi 350.000 Points
2nd Di Chen 150.000 Points
3rd Bai Hua 120.000 Points
4th Zhan Lang 100.000 Points
5th Feng Qiuhuang 85.000 Points
6th Chun Shenjun 55.000 Points
7th Xunlong Dianxue 50.000 Points
8th Mulan Yue 45.000 Points
9th Xiong Ba 30.000 Points
10th Feng Qingyang 25.000 Points

Battle of Julu Edit

The Battle of Julu was the battle that made Xiang Yu famous; it was the most well-known piece in <Shiji>.

Zhang Han had just destroyed the main Chu Army force. Liu Bang had split his troops to go toward the west. Only Xiang Yu and his remaining few men were left. Giving it their all, they destroyed the hundred thousand Qin forces that Wang Li headed. They also destroyed the two hundred thousand troops Zhang Han led.

Xiang Yu killed Su Jiao, captured Wang Li, made Zhang Han surrender, and totally turned the face of the battle. Xiang Yu pulled the rebel army from the borders of death and pushed them toward victory.

During this battle, many of the Qin Country's main force died.

Final Leaderboard Ranking
Rank Name Battle Contribution Points
1st Qiyue Wuyi

684.000 Points

2nd Zhan Lang 235.000 Points
3rd Feng Qiuhuang 228.000 Points
4th Bai Hua 225.000 Points
5th Di Chen 154.000 Points
6th Xiong Ba 85.000 Points
7th Chun Shenjun 84.500 Points
8th Xunlong Dianxue 75.200 Points
9th Caiyun Zinan 72.500 Points
10th Gong Chengshi 72.000 Points

Battle of Mobei Edit

119 BC, after the Monan and Hexi Battles, although Xiongnu led his troops to Mobei, they kept on attacking the northern prefecture of the Han Dynasty. They were trying to bait Xiongu’s troops over the desert. Emperor Wu of Han sent General Wei Qing and General Huo Qubing to each lead fifty thousand men, separating into two groups to enter Mobei to destroy the main force of Xiongnu. He also gathered one hundred thousand infantry and many horses to act as logistical support.

This battle was a strategic attack by the Han Dynasty against Xiongnu, and it was also Xiongnu Chan Yu’s fight for coexistence against West Han. In the end, the Han Army achieved a complete victory. The 5th battle map, Battle of Mobei, officially begins!

Final Leaderboard Ranking
Rank Name Battle Contribution Points
1st Qiyue Wuyi 300.000 Points
2nd Chun Shenjun 200.000 Points
3rd Feng Qiuhuang 180.000 Points
4th Bai Hua 150.000 Points
5th Zhan LAng 125.000 Points
6th Di Chen 120.000 Points
7th Xiong Ba 115.000 Points
8th I'm Called Big Bad Wolf 100.000 Points
9th Xunlong Dianxue 85.000 Points
10th Sha Pojun 80.000 Points

Battle of Red Cliff Edit

208 A.D., 13th year of Jian An, Sun Quan, Liu Bei alliance army broke the Cao Cao army in the Battle of Red Cliff, forming the basis of the formation of the Three Kingdoms. Sun Liu alliance army used fire to destroy their troops, Cao Cao went back north, Sun and Liu each took a portion of Jingzhou - Battle of Red Cliff

Qiyue Wuyi loses his most loyal Guards Captain and the commander of the Divine Martial Guards.

Final Leaderboard Ranking
Rank Name Battle Contribution Points
1st Qiyue Wuyi 250.000 Points
2nd Di Chen 200.000 Points
3rd Gong Chengshi 180.000 Points
4th Feng Qiuhuang 175.000 Points
5th Bai Hua 170.000 Points
6th Wandering Magic 150.000 Points
7th Chun Shenjun 150.000 Points
8th Sha Pojun 135.000 Points
9th Spark 85.000 Points
10th I'm Called Big Bad Wolf 15.000 Points

Battle of Fei RiverEdit

Final Leaderboard Ranking
Rank Name Battle Contribution Points
1st Qiyue Wuyi 1.200.000 Points
2nd Feng Qiuhunang 550.000 Points
3rd Di Chen 500.000 Points
4th Chun Shenjun 450.000 Points
5th Wufu 400.000 Points
6th Xiong Ba 300.000 Points
7th West Gate Big Official 280.000 Points
8th Gong Chengshi 250.000 Points
9th Zhan Lang 200.000 Points
10th Wandering Magic 180.000 Points

The An Lushan RebellionEdit

Final Leaderboard Ranking
Rank Name Battle Contribution Points
1st Qiyue Wuyi 400.000 Points
2nd Feng Qiuhuang 300.000 Points
3rd Di Chen 250.000 Points
4th Zhan Lang 150.000 Points
5th Xiong Ba 140.000 Points
6th Chun Shenjun 120.000 Points
7th Wandering Magic 100.000 Points
8th Sha Pojun 20.000 Points
9th - - Points
10th - - Points

Battle of YashanEdit

Also known as the ocean Battle of Yashan, this battle happened in 1279 AD. The Song Dynasty army and the Mongol army had a large scale naval battle in Yashan. It was a rarely seen naval battle in ancient Chinese history.

As this battle directly concerned the survival of South Song, it was also the final battle between Song and Yuan.

The result was that the Yuan army won whilst being outnumbered. When South Song was wiped out, Lu Xiufu carried the young emperor Zhao Bing and jumped into the ocean to commit suicide. Many loyal officials died with them as well, along with 100 thousand troops and civilians.

After this battle, the Zhao Song Dynasty totally collapsed. At the same time, it meant that Yuan had unified China.

At this point, this was the first time China was conquered by the northern nomadic tribe.

The destruction of South Song was not a simple changing of Dynasty but the wiping out of an entire country, signalling the end of ancient China. Some people felt that this battle signified the weakening and fall of Chinese civilization.

The Battle of Yashan caused Chinese civilization, which had survived for thousands of years, to stop. As a result, it had long and wide implications. The following Ming and Qing Dynasties also became largely different.

The destruction of the Song Dynasty caused their first try at changing from an agricultural society to a business society to fail. It was because the Song Dynasty tried this that their military power became weak.

Along with the destruction of South Song, the progress of China was halted. The once highly advanced economy, culture, technology, and the like were restricted by the emperor and the political structure and the like were all affect. The backward Mongol people of the Yuan Dynasty started to consolidate their power, closing borders and reducing trade. They started to focus on Neo-Confucianism. Following which, the Ming Dynasty that usurped them chose to seal themselves off.

Final Leaderboard Ranking
Rank Name Battle Contribution Points
1st Qiyue Wuyi 1.700.000 Points
2nd Di Chen 1.200.000 Points
3rd Xiong Ba 720.000 Points
4th Feng Qiuhuang 650.000 Points
5th Zhan Lang 550.000 Points
6th Chun Shenjun 500.000 Points
7th - - Points
8th - - Points
9th - - Points
10th - - Points

Battle of Qing Destroys Ming Edit

Final Leaderboard Ranking
Rank Name Battle Contribution Points
1st Qiyue Wuyi 2.000.000 Points
2nd Feng Qiuhuang 1.700.000 Points
3rd Di Chen 500.000 Points
4th - - Points
5th - - Points
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