Moto Chen 
Moto Chen 
Born: Unknown 
Siblings: Moto Chaozhu 
Spouse: Akasha 
Children: Naleesh 
Titles: Junghar Army General,
Unicorn Clan Champion,

Moto Chen was a bushi and tactician of the Unicorn Clan. Chen was the general of the Junghar, the Army of the East. Chen drew the wrath of his brother, Moto Chaozhu, when he was appointed Junghar commander instead of Chaozhu. [1]

Chen became the Unicorn Clan Champion in 1170.

Family Edit

Chen was the cousin of Moto Chagatai. [2] His elder brother Moto Chaozhu excelled in all the martial pursuits, while Chen grew up trying to emulate his brother prowess. [3] His parents, gifted administrators and responsible lor an extremely productive province, died during an earthquake of unusual strength. His idolized brother Chaozhu, gunso and commander of the division responsible for patrolling his family's province, remained on his duty, while Chen rebuilt their estates. [4]

Chagatai's Aide Edit

Chaozhu launched a campaign to ingratiate himself with the aged Khan, Moto Gaheris, spending the family's remaining resources. His brother hosted a winter court, attended by the grandson of the Khan, Moto Chagatai. Chaozhu repeatedly embarrassed their entire family with his self-congratulatory antics. When the court came to an end, the Unicorn's heir asked Chen to join him as a new officer, outraging Chaozhu. [5]

Death of Moto Gaheris Edit

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Junghar Chen

In 1159 Chen was aiding the spirit of the recently dead Moto Gaheris and the new Unicorn Clan Champion, Moto Chagatai, in their journey in the Realm of the Eternal Slaughter, Toshigoku. They achieved a bargain with the Shi-Tien Yen-Wang Gods, and the Unicorn Clan worshipped the dark Gods again. [6] [7]

Akasha Edit

Chen had met Akasha in the bed chamber of Gaheris. [6] After he returned from Toshigoku they spent several months enjoying one another's company, and Chen had come to realize that Akasha was unlike any woman he had ever met and fell in love. [8]

Junghar Commander Edit

In 1159 Chen was appointed as Junghar commander by the Khan Moto Chagatai [9]

Seikitsu Pass Edit

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Moto Chen

Chen blockaded the Seikitsu Pass, land trade throughout the Empire. The Khan, Moto Chagatai demanded the Unicorn Clan to be noticed with this show of stregth [10] [9] and a part of the Kaneka's strategy to get the Imperial Throne, with the Unicorn at his side. [11]

King of the Trolls Edit

In 1159 the Unicorn excavations in the City of Night caused the awakening of the King of the Trolls. He started his travel from the last place it was slumbered, the Dragon lands, to the Unicorn lands. Togashi Matsuo, Togashi Mitsu, Bayushi Ogura and the Kuni Witch Hunter Kuni Junji were able to send the King of Trolls back into slumber in the Seikitsu Pass, but Junji was killed in the process. Chen suspected something was not right about Ogura, but Moto Vordu dismissed them to quickly keep the secret of the City of Night. [12] Ogura later returned to investigate further on the beast, but he and his entourage were expelled after several men were found sneaking into the City of Night. Shortly after a Lion party led by Matsu Atahiko were turned away from their initial attempt to seize the pass. [13]

Station in Ryoko Owari Edit

Chen had to leave Akasha and with Shinjo Shono as his second they were part of the Unicorn army stationed on Journey's End City, Ryoko Owari, [8] a former Scorpion City that fell under Unicorn government when the Scorpion were exiled. After Scorpions returned it was a permanent source of conflicts between both clans. [8]

After Tsudao proclamated herself as Empress Toturi II with capital in Kyuden Seppun, the rest of the Four Winds planned to declare their own claim upon the throne, but in different cities. Hantei Naseru elected Ryoko Owari as his headquarters, and many clans had begun relocating their most skilled and influential courtiers and ambassadors to the city. For the Unicorn came Ide Michisuna with his yojimbo Moto Genki. [8]

Disgrace Edit

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Chen in disgrace

Chen received a letter with the handwriting and scent of his beloved Akasha, holding a meeting point in a fond several hours from Ryoko Owari. He only found a package with several stones, resembling a crude replica of the seal that signified his status as the general of the Junghar. Chen suspected the letter was a forgery and he has been diverted from the city for unknown reasons, and his brother Chaozhu was behind it. Chen quickly came back to the city, to only see that another individual resembled as him had publicly accused the Imperial Chancellor, Bayushi Kaukatsu, of sponsoring an illegal and dishonourable act, in the Naseru's Court and witnessed by the horrified Unicorn legacy. Upon Shono's request, Kaukatsu let the Khan could resolve satisfactorily the incident. Chen, Shono and Genki came back to Shiro Moto. Chen swore he was not the man who accused Kaukatsu, but without evidences. Moto Chagatai dismissed him from all his duties to compensate the insult to the Scorpion. Chen was free of ties to seek his restoration. [8]

Kumiko and the Unbroken Edit

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Kumiko questioning Chen about the Unbroken

Yoritomo Kumiko sought the help of Chen, and his links with the Naga, to connect her with a group of ronin called the Unbroken. In return she would sponsor the activities of Chen that would lead on his restoration. [14] [15]

Kolat Edit

He knew that the Kolat helped his brother. Chen reached Shinjo Eidan, knowing he was a kolat, and through force the Shinjo told he worked for Master Coin, and also the location of a minor stronghold of the kolat in the Ide provinces. He used a pearl gifted by Akasha to know if the Shinjo said the truth. By that time the half-naga and Chen were lovers. [16]

Forgery Edit

Chen reached a tiny village with a foundry, where the kolat melt down raw materials and counterfeit koku. He struck down two guards, but the third was killed by a concealed archer. Before the strange left he passed two scrolls; the first was signed by the man who send the archer, Yasuki Jinn-Kuen. The second was the description and location of another kolat, Morito Nadeka. [16]

Kolat Purge Edit

Chen embarked with Yoritomo Kumiko to attack a small port in the Phoenix coast, infiltrated by the kolat. After the attack, where Nadeka died bitten off his own tongue to did not answer Chen, he swore Kumiko he would introduce her with the Naga who could guide Kumiko to the Unbroken. They discovered a chest filled with pearls. [17]

Unbroken Edit

Chen and Kumiko came to Unicorn lands to met Ghedai, the sensei of Akasha. He told Shono and Chaozhu were in charge of the protection of the Shinomen Mori, and offered to awake Asp warriors to protect the Naga cities. [17] They marched with Akasha to the Twilight Mountains toward the Village of Broken Dreams, were the Unbroken accepted Kumiko as part of his brotherhood. The Mantis finally could learn the naga ritual that would allow her to cleanse her taint. [18]

Naga Ritual Edit

In 1159 [19] Chen and Akasha returned to Ghedai, and the Naga Jakla offered the junghar to become the general of the awaken Asp warriors. They would follow the Unicorn if he passed a new ritual that would permit his soul to be in the Akasha, being acceptable to Chen. Ghedai knew the ritual would also became the Unicorn his pawn. The ritual began in the Ghedai's ritual chamber in a vast Naga temple in the Shinomen Mori, but something went wrong for Ghedai. Instead the Unicorn was Shasyahkar, a secret sensei of Akasha, who had been shapeshifted in Chen with a Pearl of Chameleon Skin. They began a magic fight but Ghedai's power was greater and killed him, just to die himself as well. The ritual had linked Ghedai and Shasyahkar's soul, and the death of the second came to kill the first. [20]

Restore to Honor Edit

The battle between the two great Naga awakened a small army of Asp warriors, which Chen and Akasha assumed command of. Chen was given the task of protecting the Naga cities within the Shinomen Mori. [21] Chen came to met his brother in the Shinomen Forest, to try to be as brothers again, but Chaozhu refused. After a quick fight Chen defeated him but fled to avoid to run his brother's blood. [20]

New Court Edit

In 1160 Chen was part of the newly built Imperial Court at Kyuden Miya, sponsored by Miya Shoin and Ide Tadaji. [22] The other known members of the new Imperial Court were Doji Nagori, [23] Toritaka Tatsune, Kitsuki Tadashi, Hitomi Vedau, Kitsu Juri, and Shosuro Higatsuku. [24] Chen was the Naga representative in Court. [25]

New Capital Edit

The new capital of the Empire was decided in the Court, when Doji Kurohito stepped in and informed the Crane had already begun its construction, as a form of penance, to cause the distraction in the Crab from his duty due to the Yasuki issue. The city decided was the disputed Toshi Ranbo, under Lion at that time. Matsu Nimuro joined the Court and confirmed the location and their united effort with the Crane in improving the city. Nobody among the Court said a word against. [24]

Kolat Smugglers Edit

Chen was the representative of the Unicorn's interests, tracking all his clan's imports and exports throughout the Empire and beyond. He found a track of smugglers in several caravans that imported gaijin weaponry and Ashalan crystal in the name of the Unicorn but later diverted to somewhere in Phoenix lands. Chen believed the kolat and his brother mastered these caravans. When in 1165 Chen met his brother told him about the matter, but still did not have enough proofs to uncover Chaozhu.

Chen was approached by Ikoma Tsai, who had seen their discussion. Tsai told he needed aid to extract himself from alliances that had became dangerous. If he would be released, Chen would have his revenge. Tsai's confession of his kolat membership perplexed Chen. Tsai asked for a meeting in a geisha house later this day.

Rain of Blood Edit

When Chen was at the meeting place, Chaozhu arrived and was surprised to see his brother. Chaozhu had been appointed by his masters, and Chen realized Tsai had betrayed both. Chen came too close to catching kolat smugglers, and Chaozhu came too close to getting caught. Several kolat assassins entered and tried to kill the brothers, but they managed to escape the building. In the outside Akasha was over her steed, and from other direction Lion and Imperial bushi arrived, with Tsai at the head. Where assassins failed, Tsai had called upon the loyal soldiers of the Emperor. Where the Kolat failed, he would use his clan's own hatred of the Unicorn to kill them both. At that moment the Imperial City was covered with a Rain of Blood, giving time to Chen to escape. Tsai was falling to the taint and Chaozhu had escaped his brother and the Kolat. [26]

Blood Hunt Edit

In 1166 Chen sent reassigned several naga patrols that kept safe the borders of the Shinomen to hunt down bloodspeakers. [27]

Marriage Edit

In 1167 Chen married with Akasha, and the two took up residence in the Naga city Vyakarana. [28] They had a daughter [29] named Naleesh. [30] [31]

Fighting the Ninube Edit

This year Shono's daughter suffered a kidnapping or murdering attempt by a Ninube, which was fouled by Akasha. [32] Shono took up the pursuit and was able to stop it. This led Shono to hunt down the Ninube at Otosan Uchi. [33] Shono marched to Northern Hub Village with Chen, Iuchi Najato, Shinjo Loruko, Shinjo Xie, and few more volunteers. Somewhere to the south were the ones responsible. They arrived in 1168 and there the Unicorn retrieved a map from men who all shared the same tattoo, a skull. [34] The map led them to the East Hub Village where they met Hokatsu, a ronin mercenary at the command of the Tortoise and leader of the East Wind. He told the tattoeed men were members of a gang bandit, the Sons of Shadow. Shono offered a bounty if the East Wind helped the Unicorn group. They reached a building where they killed the bandits, aided by Mirumoto Ryosaki, Isawa Angai, and Agasha Miyoshi. Later in another fight in the nearby ruins of Otosan Uchi the kidnapper instigator, Ninube Chochu, was confronted by the Jade Legions led by Asahina Sekawa, and the group aided them. Chochu was eventually killed by Ryoseki, after the Ninube killed the Dragon's father, Doji Reju. Xie also died in the combat. [25]

The Wanderer Edit

In 1168 was known that the Emperor Toturi III was not in seclusion as they had been lead to believe. He had spent the past few months travelling the Empire as a disguised wanderer in search of enlightenment and lately entered the Shadowlands. The Emerald Champion Yasuki Hachi had requested all clans send a small force of warriors at Crab lands to join him in finding and protecting the Emperor. Chagatai sent Chen with a unit of Khol regulars. It was a way of allowing him to fully regain the face he lost in Ryoko Owari. If Chen died, the Unicorn lost nothing. [29]

To Defend the Emperor Edit

When rescue party reached the Tomb guided by nezumi scouts an army of oni raced across the plain toward it, and another army, of the Lost, passed away the Rokugani and headed toward the beasts of Jigoku. Hachi ordered to join them against the demons in the Battle of the Tomb. After the armies engaged the officers decided to enter into the Tomb. [35]

Tomb of the Seven Thunders Edit

Matsu Benika, the Jade Champion Asahina Sekawa, Hachi, and Chen found the Emperor in a chamber filled with strange, ancient artifacts. There was no time to escape and Naseru believed the items would be instrumental to Rokugan's very survival. The Emperor decided to sacrifice himself to buy the time needed for the rest to take these items back to the Empire. [35]

Returning to the Empire Edit

The Emperor bargained with Daigotsu Rekai to grant her free release after the battle if she would promise to lead the surviving forces back to the Kaiu Wall. The Rokugani forces fled the tomb carrying various artefacts. During the return to the wall, Daidoji Kikaze attempted to kill Rekai with a jade dagger, but failed. Rekai despised of her son but remained with them. Before they were safe inside the Wall the retreating forces would be caught by the oni which were chasing them. Shiba Aikune, Mirumoto Rosanjin and Yoritomo Katoa remained behind to delay the monsters from the retreating forces. Hida Kuon himself granted them pass the Wall to the surviving warriors. [36]

Heavenly Kobune of Suitengu Edit

Chen returned from the Shadowlands with a small jade model of a kobune. He presented it upon his arrival to the Chagatai in the Shi-Tien Yen-Wang Temple. Horiuchi Rikako recognized it as a symbol of Suitengu, the Fortune of the Seas. Suitengu would travel between Ningen-do and Tengoku on a vessel known as the Heavenly Kobune of Suitengu. Rikako thought the model was a small fragment of that vessel, that was broken off during a battle between Suitengu and a great water demon. Chagatai placed the model in the care of Moto Tsusung, who he tasked with discovering the uses of the model. [37] The Kobune was instrumental in the later appointment of Otaku Kamoko and Yoritomo as the voices in Tengoku of the Unicorn and Mantis Clans respectively. [38]

Chagatai's Defeat Edit

Chen was a good friend of Shono, and believed he would be a good leader if the Khan did not return from the Khan's Defiance. In 1169 Chagatai was defeated in the Battle of Toshi Ranbo, and came back to Unicorn lands escorted by the Lion. His Khol legions lost one-half or more of their number while the Baraunghar lost ninety percent of its unit. Upon returning, Chagatai placed Shono in command of the defence against Matsu Yoshino's coming invasion in 1170. Shono began to prepare "hit and run" tactics and how to use the terrain in their favour, while the numbers would not. [39]

Lion march to Shiro Moto Edit

The Lion this year began the march to Shiro Moto. Chagatai knew they would arrive, being the Unicorn ranks depleted from the previous battles. The defence of Unicorn territory only would delay the inevitable. Chagatai sent his wife and sons to the Shinomen Mori, under the protection of Moto Chen. Chagatai chose Chen as regent, in the event of his death, to hold the position until his son came of age. [40]

Unicorn Clan Champion Edit

After the Fall of Shiro Moto in 1170 Chen was the higher Unicorn officer present there. Upon the completion of his duties in the Shinomen, he had returned, albeit in secret. Following the death of Moto Chagatai he became the Unicorn Champion, as Chagatai had dictated. He came to an agreement with the new Lion Champion Akodo Shigetoshi to end the conflict before more were killed. They had no reason to continue the war as such they both agreed to remove their forces from the opposition's territory, however Shigetoshi promised Chen that if they attempted to move into Lion lands again they would spare no Unicorn, and Chen promised the same in return should the Lion trespass. [41]

Scorpion spies exposed Edit

Immediately following Daigotsu's assassination campaign against the clans this year, Susumu, representative of the so called Spider Clan, approached Moto Chen, telling him that the Spider had prevented many assassinations against the Unicorn, and offered proof in the form of dead assassins. Susumu then showed a letter that exposed both Ide Tang, the Ide Daimyo, and Shinjo Nakaga as Scorpion Clan spies. Chen identified a cipher in the scroll as one used by the Scorpion Clan, but Tang claimed his innocence. Susumu lunged a knife to Tang, who easily plucked it in the air, showing his Scorpion training. Chen ordered the execution of Tang by quartering. For this, the Spider were rewarded with the support of the Unicorn Clan. [42]

Supporting the New Ox Clan Champion Edit

This year the Scorpion Clan destroyed the Hidden Temple, the secret Kolat's headquarters, and decimated the Kolat infiltrated in the Ox Clan. The new Ox Clan Champion, Morito Garin, made contact with Chen, who arrived in the Ox lands shortly thereafter. Garin implored Chen to help him ensure that his clan could never again be compromised by the conspiracy, but the Khan was unsure of his sincerity. Garin told Chen that he could select the next Champion if he would only make certain that the Ox were free, and prepared to commit seppuku. Chen stopped him, convinced of his sincerity, and placed one of his advisors with Garin. The seasoned Shinjo began instructing in the techniques of the Vigilants, a Unicorn school devoted to resisting and destroying the Kolat. The Ox Champion eventually made a school of his own, the Garin's Vigilant. [43]

Celestial Tournament Edit

Horiuchi Yoko confirmed the announced Celestial Tournament was truly sponsored by Tengoku. [44] Chen attended the Celestial Tournament to determine the next Emperor of Rokugan. He earned a small grudging respect from Matsu Kenji by bringing himself before the Voices of the Sun and Moon for judgment on his family. [45] He introduced the representatives of the Spider Clan to the Voice of the Sun and Voice of the Moon, and lost an iaijutsu duel to Moto Jin-sahn. [46] Jin-sahn was appointed as Shogun [47] by the new Empress, Iweko I, who had transcended to divine. [48]

Shogun's secret mission Edit

The new shogun Moto Jin-sahn was received as a hero at shiro Moto, but Chen disliked he was sharing his loyalties with the Empress while chen was not permitted to know the purpose of the Shogun's mission in the Shinomen Mori. Jin-Sahn would use the Unicorn Shinomen's guards in the confidential task, only known by the Empress' Chosen. In return once Jin-Sahn duties within the forest were completed, any and all resources within the forest would to be overseen and adjudicated by the Unicorn. [49]

Shinomen Burns Edit

Akasha was warned by the Akasha the Shinomen was burning, being the city of Vyakarana in danger. She and Chen hurried to help, but the forest was saved by a magical rain summoned by the Phoenix Clan, summoned by Shiba Ningen. [50]

War of Dark Fire Edit

In 1171 after the Battle of Shiro Utaku Shojo, the last battle in Unicorn lands of the War of Dark Fire, Chen and his daughter Naleesh attended the ceremony where Utaku Yu-Pan became the Utaku Daimyo after the death of Utaku Xieng Chi during the fight. [51]

Plague Edit

Shortly after the war ended the plague struck nothern villages of the Unicorn. [52] Despite the efforts of the Unicorn shugenja had not find an answer. [53]

Kaiu Wall threatened Edit

Chen sent Yu-Pan leading an army to the Kaiu Wall. The Crab Clan Champion Hida Kuon had sent a warning that the Wall was near to be overrun. The Lion Clan Champion Akodo Shigetoshi also attended the message. Chen remained in the Unicorn lands to face the plague issue. [53]

Horiuchi demise Edit

The Horiuchi family, who was extensively affected by the plague, was put to the torch as ordered by the Empress Iweko I. A ronin group were tasked to perform the mission, and Chen did not exact revenge on them. The Imperial Advisor Susumu owed a favor to the Unicorn for sparing his kin. [54]

Revolts Edit

The fate of the Horiuchi led in an uprising of the lower castes. The people feared that the appearance of the plague in their village would result in the entire village being ruthlessly sacrificed, and they fought to prevent such a fate. The Unicorn razed to the ground the revolters. [55]

Destroyer War Edit

Seeking Daigotsu Edit

Iweko I announced at winter court at Kyuden Gotei that she was suspending the edict demanding the immediate execution of Daigotsu, and demanded that he be brought before her. The Unicorn forces assigned to the war against the Destroyers in Crab lands had been ordered to pull out and concentrate on finding Daigotsu. [56]

Empress' audience: renewed Charters Edit

In 1172 Chen attended the Empress' audience, where the Great Clans were given new Imperial Charters. The Crab would continue to stand against the Destroyers, but not alone. Lion and Unicorn would join them on holding back the forces of the Shadowlands and of Jigoku. [57]

End of the Destroyer War Edit

In 1173 Daigotsu, Shahai, Susumu, Fu Leng, and Kali-Ma had died. The drawback was that Daigotsu had returned in a phantom form, as the Master of Jigoku. The Empress proclaimed the end of the Destroyer War with the victory of the Empire. The Spider Clan had been conferred the status of Great Clan. Those free of taint could remain in the Empire, and the tainted were put under guard of the Dragon Clan, to extend the Empire in the Ivory Kingdoms as the Iweko's Conquerors alongside with the Mantis Clan. [58]

Chen is concerned Edit

The Spider Clan had served Daigotsu, and Jigoku. Chen regreted the Unicorn had presented them to the Empire, as if they were nothing more than new allies to embrace. He believed the Unicorn role in the Empire would be diminished, and other Clans would use it aginst them in the courts. Chen decided to ensure the Spider would follow the orders of the Empress and did not lose their way before they reach the Kingdoms. [59]

Naleesh, Shinjo's reincarnation Edit

After the end of the war it was known that the reincarnation of the Kami Shinjo was Akasha and Chen's daughter, Naleesh. [60]

Naleesh betrothal Edit

Chen moved to Dragon lands alongside with Naleesh, only months past gempukku. Chen made an arrangement with the Dragon and proposed a marriage to honor it. Naleesh was wandering out of the castle where she met Mirumoto Mareshi's son, and future Dragon Clan Champion, [60] Mirumoto Shikei. [61] She did not know that her father had betrothed the boy with her. [62] Chen agreed that Nalees would marry into the Mirumoto. [63]

Stepping down Edit

Chen felt the age was overwhelming him, decided to step down. He passed the Khan and Unicorn Champion titles, and alongside his wife retired to his personal estate, becoming Naleesh the Unicorn Champion. [62] Naleesh had been revealed as Shinjo reborn, and as the new Champion attended winter court in 1184. [63]

Akasha and Chen disappear Edit

In 1198 Akasha and Chen disappeared [64] from the estate where they lived and no trace was found. Naleesh visted him and the investigator began to seek them. Shinjo Junpei, the military adjunct to the magistrates, told more disappearances had happened as the half-naga Mirumoto Mareshi, father of his daughter's betrothed, Mirumoto Shikei, or the destruction of the Naga Embassy. [62]

See also Edit

External Links Edit

Preceded by:
Moto Chagatai
1170 - (c. 1184)
Succeeded by:
Shinjo Min-Hee
Preceded by:
Moto Chagatai
Unicorn Clan Champion
1170 - (c. 1184)
Succeeded by:
Moto Naleesh


  1. Secrets of the Unicorn, p. 20
  2. Moto Chen (Lotus flavor)
  3. Four Winds, p. 52
  4. Secrets of the Unicorn, p. 19
  5. Secrets of the Unicorn, pp. 20-21
  6. 6.0 6.1 The Last Ride, Part 1, by Rich Wulf
  7. The Last Ride, Part 2, by Rich Wulf
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 Smoke and Mirrors, by Shawn Carman
  9. 9.0 9.1 Clan Letter to the Unicorn #18 (Imperial Herald v2 #3)
  10. Seikitsu Pass
  11. Moto Chen (Broken Blades flavor)
  12. The King of the Trolls, Part II
  13. Four Winds, pp. 90-92
  14. Clan Letter to the Unicorn #21 (Imperial Herald v2 #6)
  15. Show of Good Faith (Fall of Otosan Uchi flavor)
  16. 16.0 16.1 Treachery's Coin, Part I, by Shawn Carman
  17. 17.0 17.1 Treachery's Coin, Part II, by Shawn Carman
  18. Treachery's Coin, Part III, by Shawn Carman
  19. Creatures of Rokugan: Third Edition, p. 21
  20. 20.0 20.1 Treachery's Coin, Part IV, by Shawn Carman
  21. Secrets of the Unicorn, p. 21
  22. Heart of the Empire
  23. Shinsei's Last Hope, Part I, by Rich Wulf
  24. 24.0 24.1 Rebuilding the Empire (Origins 2003 Storyline), by Rich Wulf
  25. 25.0 25.1 The Ruins of Otosan Uchi, Part 3, by Shawn Carman
  26. Blood Dawn, Part X: Hunter's End, by Shawn Carman and Rich Wulf
  27. Blood Hunt (Region 33 - Nurenberg, Germany)
  28. Secrets of the Unicorn, p. 31
  29. 29.0 29.1 To Defend the Emperor, Part 3, by Shawn Carman
  30. Souls of Steel, Part 1, by Shawn Carman
  31. Small Gains, by Nancy Sauer
  32. The Ruins of Otosan Uchi, Part 1, by Shawn Carman
  33. Vacant Throne, p. 30
  34. The Ruins of Otosan Uchi, Part 2, by Shawn Carman
  35. 35.0 35.1 The Battle at the Tomb, Part 3, by Shawn Carman
  36. The Battle at the Tomb, Part 4, by Shawn Carman and Nancy Sauer
  37. The Balance of Power, by Shawn Carman
  38. Sailing the Heavens, by Shawn Carman
  39. The Return Home, by Brian Yoon
  40. In the Khan’s Name (The Race for the Throne Book), by Shawn Carman
  41. Words & Deeds, Part III, by Shawn Carman
  42. The Heaven's Will, Part II, by Shawn Carman
  43. Fealty and Freedom, p. 80
  44. Preparations, Part III, by Rusty Priske, Nancy Sauer, Lucas Twyman, and Fred Wan
  45. [1]Defenders
  46. The Celestial Tournament, by Shawn Carman
  47. The Conclusion, Part 5, by Shawn Carman
  48. The Conclusion, Part 6, by Shawn Carman
  49. A New Empire, Part II, by Rusty Priske, Brian Yoon, and Shawn Carman
  50. Glory of the Empire, Part II, by Rusty Priske and Nancy Sauer
  51. The Burden of Becoming, by Nancy Sauer
  52. A Warrior's Peace, by Brian Yoon
  53. 53.0 53.1 The Path of the Destroyer, Part 2, by Shawn Carman
  54. Letters, Volume 4
  55. State of the Empire, by Brian Yoon
  56. The Third Front, by Rusty Priske
  57. Duty of the Clans, by Shawn Carman
  58. Goddesses, Part 4, by Shawn Carman
  59. Aftermath, Part 3, by Rusty Priske
  60. 60.0 60.1 Scenes from the Empire 19, by Robert Denton, Yoon Ha Lee, with Special Guest Author Robert Hobart
  61. Rulebok story (Second City)
  62. 62.0 62.1 62.2 Rulebook story (Forgotten Legacy), by Shawn Carman and Rusty Priske
  63. 63.0 63.1 Consequences, by Robert Denton
  64. Second City - The People, p. 76

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