Additional Material by: Mike Ernst, Marcelo Figueroa, and Tracy Harms
Cover Artwork: Carl Frank
Interior Artwork: Carl Frank, Daerick Gross Sr., Scott James, Michael Phillipi
Graphic Design: Steve Hough
Miniatures Painting: Alexander Bond, Ken Carpenter, Mike Erast, John Knox, Tyson Koch, Shawn Marcione, Frank Martin, Tom Phillips, Brian Riley
Layout: Brendon Goodyear and Steve Hough
Editing: DJ Trindle
Clan War and Clan War Daimyo Edition: Ken Carpenter
Clan War Design Team: Mike Ernst, Marcelo Figueroa, Steve Hough, Tom Phillips
Playtesters: Jim Callahan, David Abate, Rob Bowes, Nick Cuaresma, CJ Dunnigan, Greg Ortiz, Eric Silveira, Bob King, Sam Kennedy, Don Lynch, Pete Orphanos, Mark Perneta, Boyd KLeen, Tony Rodgers, Robert Morris, Chad Richardson, Mark P.Ddgers, Nathan Rodgers, Paul Rodgers, Geoffrey Schaller, Joe Keyser, Mark Shurtleff, Tracy Harms and Max Harms
Fiction with Matsu Reiko and Seppun Ishikawa unveiling a prophecy which Ishikawa guessed was foretelling the Emperor would be possessed by Fu Leng. Their scout Ryuki had been killed during the quest, by the arrow fired by a concealed Shinjo Yokatsu. Ishikawa and Reiko returned to Otosan Uchi, to support Ishikawa's sworn enemy, the Emperor's wife Bayushi Kachiko, to offer himself in her service and cause, against Hantei XXXIX.
A Clan War scenario with the Emperor revealed as Fu Leng and immediately turns hordes of Shadowlands creatures loose on Kisada's Crab army. The sudden attack from within their own ranks crippled the Crab army.
A Clan War scenario where the Crane led by Kakita Toshimoko wish to stop Toturi's Army from Crossing The Valley of the Two Generals and entering their lands. The exhausted Crane army was no match for the fresh Toturi forces. A meeting held between enemy generals became apparent that the Crane had been deceived and manipulated into combating Toturi's forces.