by Max Barry

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Region: Mirror World

The Empire of Hanchu and the western Campaign

Tibet the land of Empires. Since the days of the first Emperor of the Xilang Dynasty of Xilang Han, the only Tibetan nation tio be considered a succesor of Shu Han and the only nation to ever rule the Baishu (百蜀, or Bǎi shǔ, means Hundred Shu and refers to all the groups with ties to the succesor states of Shu Han. Some of the larger groups are Shu Chinese, Xin, Chams, Ly, Khmer, and Tibetans,), most of the Baiqi (百齊 or Bǎi q , means hundred Qi and refers to the groups east of the Baishu in what was once Han China, though the word has occasionally been used to refer to groups in Korea , Japan, and Mongolia), and the people of the furthest west (The furthest west is a traditional poetic term for the lands west of the Baishu, that acts as a replacement for western savages/barbarians which allong with other forms of savages/barbarians stopped being used during first years of the Fei Dynasty of Xin Han (582AD-641AD)), the people of Shu have viewed the land of Tibet as a place of empires and emperors that could defy the lords of Baiqi. And for good reason as tibet has been the birth place of five Empires (Two hegemonic , and three non hegemonic). The Current empire of Tibet is ruled by Lhamo Dhondup of the Dhondup dynasty, a kind man who has tried forging close ties with the othe Baishu nations, and applied to join Hanchu. This application has been accepted and five provinces have been annexed.

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