Lords of the Earth

Campaign Nineteen

Turn 62

Anno Domini 1206 - 1210

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Price Increase:

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From this point, any player who sends missionaries to an uncontrolled area that is of a hostile organized religion will get no conversion result and a bunch of dead missionaries.

Leaders & Espionage Actions (Battle Assistance):  In order for a leader to perform this action he must remain with the army he is aiding.  APs spent in moving around with the army do not count towards the action itself.  The maximum bonus a leader may make using this action is +1.  So make sure you’ve got leaders with high CHA scores on this.

More on Leaders & Espionage Actions: I am beginning to get the feeling that this rule is being abused and I may excise it entirely in the near future.

The Cause Mutiny Operation (CM): players attempting this operation must produce a valid reason as to why the mutiny would occur or it will automatically fail.  And no, “Because I think it should succeed.” is not a valid reason.

Interactions between the Hemispheres: at this point only the Seafaring cultures may sail between the Hemispheres.  Once people hit Renaissance, then they may attempt to do so as well.  So the New World players should stop trying to get to Europe and Non Seafaring Old World players should do likewise.

Building units:  The vast majority of units must be built in a city within your HBZ.  The exceptions are as follows:

1)      Ships may be built in a port outside the HBZ if it is the only one available.

2)      Field forts may be built in any region at NT status or higher.

3)      Inexperienced infantry may be built in a F region within your HBZ.

4)      Nomad/Barbarian cultures may build units at a Trade Center within their HBZ.

In all these instances please be aware of the yard capacity for all ships and all heavy class units.

Some advice that will (hopefully) speed up processing time):

1)      When players are increasing a city, please indicate what the new size will be.

2)      For ships to be built for conversion to MSP, you can also put what route they’re going into in the Builds section.   Projects may also be put in the Builds section.

3)      When building a road link, indicate which region it starts in and which region it’s going to.  Don’t give me city names.

4)      For players who are not using a standard WORD or XTEL format, please put the information in the following order:  Revenue; Maintenance, Investments, Builds, Transfers, Projects, Trade Routes, Intel Ops, Religious Ops, Leader Actions.  When indicating an expense, please list gps first then nfp.


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Rule Changes and Clarifications

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Japan & the Pacific Rim

The Taira Bakufu

Taira Haro, Daimyo of Kwanto, Shogun of Japan.

Diplomacy    Kumamoto, in Saga (f), Tottori, in Shimane (+9 to YfC), Toyama (-4 to YfC)

        Haro continued to build up the defenses of his Kingdom, building field forts hither and yon.  Edo continued to expand, reaching size 9 and a road was built between Nigata and Toyama.

The Moluccas Seahold

Rokaku III, Lord of the Spice Islands

Diplomacy    Sarawak (nt following allied leader death), Sabah, (independent following feudal allied leader death)    

        The mountainous jungles of Linau were colonized to a (-/8).  Trade was attempted with the Champans but the latter were too far away (even for the seafaring Moluccans).

The Kingdom of Java

Mingfa Tengku, Beloved of Ganesha

Diplomacy    None

        Mingfa brought the troops back from Malaysia in case those scum-sucking Spice Islanders had any other ideas about attacking Java again!

The Maree Kingdom of Australia

Gelar Taree, Prince of Maree

Diplomacy    None     

        No orders.

The Arikat of Maori

Ghorgon, King of the Southern Islands

Diplomacy    Vanuatu (a)

        City expansions continued to be the order of the day, with ships sailing hither and yon bringing people and materials to do the job.   Tatasara, Aeteora, Tiakau.and Pojemei grew to size 7, Attara Su to size 5, Suva to size 4 and Apia to size 3.  Additional shipping was assigned to fishing to feed the many new hungry mouths in Ghorgon’s kingdom.


The Kingdom of Shan’si

Xoing the Merciless, King of Shan’si, Watcher of the Northern Marches

Diplomacy    Ningsia (nt)

        Having expanded his infrastructure, Xoing now focussed on expanding his cities.

City (Region)

New Size

New Inchon (Anshan)


Iron Mountain (Bao Ding)


Tianshu (Huang)


Morning Calm (Koguryo)


Ta’ting (Liao-Tung)


Bitter Wind (Ordos)


Tai’Yuan (Shan’si)


Pohang (Silla)


Wuhu (Wu Hai)


Xining (Yanzhi)


Ta’tung (Yun)


Missionary efforts among the Altaic nomads to the north continue to make some progress.

The Kingdom of Hupei

Cao Ai Tiao, King of Hupei

Diplomacy    Lanchou (nt)

        Again, a fairly quiet turn.  Quinn increased to size 8 and an attempt was made to build a whole bunch of stuff in Lanchou, but since it started the turn as only Claimed, none of it was done.

The Kingdom of Kwangsi

Wu Juan, Prince of Kwangsi


        No orders.

Southeast Asia

The Kingdom of Champa

Khavirhan II, King of Champa, Lord of Vijaya

Diplomacy Preikuk (+6 YfC), Khemer (-1 YfC, oopsie)

        Continuing his war on the Kambujans, Khavirhan marched into Phan Rang were he died at the end of 1206, shortly after the siege lines around the city of Pattaya were established.  The King’s death precipitated a brief struggle for power as general Ashimava attempted to take control of the army and declare himself king.  Fortunately, Admiral Rama was there and managed to convince the troops to stay loyal and behead the luckless general.  There then ensued a dismal five year siege.  The Khemer had had ample time to stockpile plenty of food against the eventuality of a siege.  Three years passed before the blockade of the city began to bite, but when it did, it did with a vengeance.  The defenders were quickly reduced to eating rats and sawdust before capitulating.  With that, the Kambujan cause was lost.

        In other events the Champans built a road link between Preikuk and Surin.

The Kingdom of Kambuja [DEAD]

Issawa III, Deveraja of the Kambuja

Diplomacy    None

        Issawa scrapped the remaining ships of his merchant fleets, armed the crews and hunkered down in Pattaya determined to sell his life dearly....


The Kingdom of Maghada

Hiten, Raja of Bengal

Diplomacy    Mon (+2 to YfC), Thaton (+1 to YfC)

        Well here’s what happend:

        First, on the domestic front, port fortresses were built in Kedah and Thaton and a new port, Sittwe, was raised in ArakanChittagong grew to size 3 and the royal road between Gaur and Bhutan was finished while a new one between Thaton and Nakhon was begun (Namdev optimistically hoping that the last of the Khemer resistance would be crushed by the time the engineers got around to building that part of the road.

        And so it proved.  The southern armies under Prince Nishad, 36,000 strong, marched into Nakhon and secured the region without difficulty.  They then subjected the last Khemer city, Samut to a fairly active siege which lasted several months before the place fell.  With this and the loss of Pattaya to the Champans, the Khemer state died.

        Nishad returned to Bihar at the end of 1210 to find  that Namdev had died and a ugly domestic battle over his successor was at hand.  A coterie of older princes, led by Prince Hiten, were pressing for his claim to the throne, in lieu of that of the late king’s son.  Sadly for the loyalists, the plotters completely outmaneuvered them, securing the loyalty of the army before declaring their coup.  Nishad’s attempts to stop them were futile and both he and the young heir were killed (as where Namdev’s other offspring).  The loyalty of the army proved crucial for the plotters success as control of the troops ensured that anyone who was prone to be loyal to the legitimate heir kept such sentiments to himself.

The Kingdom of Chola

Raman, King of Chola, Lord of Tanjore

Diplomacy    Kalyani, in Nasik (f), Kollam, in Pandya (f)

        Urbanization of the south continued with Kakinda, Solapur, and Chitradurga growing to size 3 and Hyderabad to size 2.  Varun died at the end of 1208 and was duly replaced.

The Pratihara Empire of Kaunaj

Rao Jawar Vikram, Emperor of India

Diplomacy    Pandua, in Jihjhoti (a), Dire Dawa, on Kutch (t)

        Jawar continued to work on the defenses of his vast realm.  Great Wall segments were built between Rajput and Vatsa; Pawar and Anhivarta; and Uttar Pradesh and Tarain.  New fortresses also sprang up in Jihjhoti, Avanti, Chitor, tarain, Chela, Dahala, Kakatiya, Kashmir, Pawar, Punjab, Sahis, Sukkur, Surashtra and Vengi (whew!).  Mandvi expanded to a size four while the megalopoli of Jaunaj and Benares grew to size 13.

Central Asia

The Kingdom of Jungaria

Kilij Arslen, Lord of Karakocho.

Diplomacy    None

        The cultivation of Altai continued.

The Emirate of Samarkhand

Selim ibn Hakim, Emir of Samarkhnad

Diplomacy  Kush (f)

        Envious of his Chinese and Indian neighbors and their shiny new walls, Emir Selim felt he just had to have walls of his own.  So he ordered them built in Khwarzim, Bokhara and Singanakh on the edge of the deserts of Kyzl-Kom.  Attempts to influence the Shiites of Afghanistan continue at a snail’s pace.

The Khazar Khanate

Basil, Kagan of Khazar and Saksiny

Diplomacy    Vasi (nt)

        Basil departed with a large entourage to join the army in Lydia (just to ensure they stayed loyal).  He arrived just as they were finishing up smashing Paulos’ rebellion (see below).  In other events, Kara-Kemen grew to size 4.

The Near East

The Hamadid Sultanate

Salal al-Hasan, Sultan of Damascus and Protector of the Holy Places

Diplomacy    Selucia (a)

        Salal kept an eye on the northern borders.

The Buwayid Emirates

Masoud ibn Tajir, Emir of Emirs, Protector of the Caliph.

Diplomacy    None

        No orders.

The Emirate of Aden

Mansoor al-Sheikh, Emir of Aden and S’ana.

Diplomacy    Beylul, in Zelia (+4 to YfC)

        A quiet turn of PWB investments and some diplomacy.

Eastern Europe

The Eastern Roman Empire

Constantine Diocletian, Emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire.

Diplomacy    Ialomoita (c), Ludgorie (t)

        A peace of sorts broke out with the Empire’s Muslim enemies.   Mind you, it wasn’t all sweetness and light, the Greek fleet continued to patrol the Aegean and the Egyptian coast, ensuring that Egyptian trade was going nowhere soon and the army in Lydia remained on guard.

        Still and all, Demetrius found some time to devote resources to other things.  The expansion of Athens resumed, with the city reaching size 7 and re-construction of the Anatolian road net began with a new link being built between Bithnia and Lydia.  Abroad, Orthodox missionaries continued to make progress, converting the remaining Catholic population of Croatia as well as the pagans of the Kuban.  Trade was also resumed with Navarre.

        And then Demetrius died at the end of 1206.  This event precipitated a crisis within the army in Lydia as the overambitious general Paulos made a bid to control the army and seize power, starting out by attempting to assassinate the rightful heir, Constantine Diocletian.  Diocletian managed to avoid getting knifed and in turn proved to be a rather sharp manipulator himself (despite his youth), and managed to retain the loyalty of half the army (in game terms both Diocletian and Paulos got the same CHA success so the army split down the middle).  In addition, the Khazari allies continued to support the true heir and the contribution of their troops was decisive in defeating the potential usurper.  After a brief battle, Paulos was captured and impaled and the surviving rebel troops were re-incorporated back into the army.

The Principality of Muscovy

Kirporos, Boyar of Muscovy

Diplomacy    Mordva (f)           

        Kyiv grew to size 7, Respublika to size 5 and Chakasiya to a size 4.  Work began on a royal road from Polotsk to Kur.

        And in an attempt to find manpower for the latter project, Oleg marched forth with general Grigorii and over 16,000 troops into Atelzuko.  There the region was subjugated and the population enslaved although Oleg died in the process.  Grigorii then marched the hapless slaves to Kyiv where they were embarked onto ships and sailed down into the Mediterranean and Smyrna where more slaves were waiting, victims of Constantine’s victory last turn.  These unfortunates were also loaded up and sailed back to Rus, where they were worked to death on the new road.

        With the death of the childless Oleg, rule devolved to Prince Kirporos, who broke off his diplomatic trip in Mordva, picked up the main Rus army still sitting in Atelzuko and marched back to Muscovy to claim the crown.

The Kingdom of Poland

Lech, King of Poland

Diplomacy    Pomerania (f), Volhynia (f), Masuria (ea)

        Pomerania, Volhynia and Goryn were all put under cultivation.  The postal road link between Poland and Bochnia via Little Poland was upgraded to a royal road.

The Duchy of Estonia

Konstantine Viikberg, Duke of Estonia

Diplomacy    None

        Konstantine withdrew his forces from the war in the Near East.  At home, a new port, Narva, was built in Turku and the missionary work in Kostroma continued apace.

Western Europe


The Duchy of Bohemia

Martin Govner, Duke of Bohemia

Diplomacy    Bakony (+3 to YfC)

        Bamberg was increased to size nine and Bakony was put under cultivation.  Also, a road segment was built between Friesland and Holland.  Bohemian attempts to get involved in the fun and games in France were scotched by the death of the commander designate, Prince Ewald, at the end of 1206.

The Vernonian Empire

Valdemar II Germanicus, Emperor of Italy

Diplomacy    Illyria (f)

        Emperor Octavius died at the end of 1207 and was replaced by his son, Valdemar.  This worthy decided to get involved in the war with Navarre (see below for that).  In other news, a citadel was built next to the city of Gibraltar; the city itself was expanded to size 2; Sardinia was put under cultivation and work began on a great wall between Tripolitania and Lybia.  The Imperial navy was kept quit busy shuttling the manpower and supplies to various points of the Middle Sea.  On the mainland, the city of Rome grew to size 4 and Bern to size 2.  Finally, a new city, Vaduz, was built in Tyrol.  In North Africa, the army in Tripolitania was reinforced and remained on alert, but the Egyptians made no effort to get their clocks cleaned again.

Le Royaume de France

Phillipe, King of the Franks

Diplomacy    None     

        Phillipe raised additional forces and vowed to continue the struggle, come what may! (see below)

The El Reino De Navarre

Miguel V, King of Navarre

Diplomacy    None

        Miguel re-crewed some captured warships, raised more troops, and prepared to continue the struggle (see below).  In non-war stuff, Ithixa grew to a size four port and trade was resumed with the Byzantines.

The Navarre War

Navarre versus France, Bohemia and Verona

Preliminary Intel: French, Tunisian and Italian AO ops on the Spanish Infrastructure are not as effective, only destroying three levels (one of which was newly created).  Further, the Spanish have begun to purge the French infiltration of their intel services resulting in dozens of arrests and executions.  The Spanish also got in some licks of their own, destroying a level of French Assassin Ops.  An attempt to kill Navarre general Stephano failed when it was discovered that he had died while the assassin was looking for him.  Chagrined, the hit man tried to kill general Francisco and failed.

Events on Land:  events on land were rather screwy.  Phillipe gathered up some local troops parked in Le Mans and then returned home to Paris to sire children for ten months.  Meanwhile Prince Gaspar showed up with the main French army (over 47,000 strong) and joined him there.  And there they sat on defend, not react, defend, mind you for the rest of the turn.   While this was going on, 49,000 Spanish cavalry marched up from Aquitaine, occupied Limousin (and Limoges), plundered the region and then advanced into and captured Orleans and Bourges.  And there THEY sat.  To the south, over 20,000 Veronan and Tyrolese troops, marched into Provence and captured the region.  And that was pretty much it.

Events at Sea: here things were also kinda odd.  Admiral Neville’s 486 ship fleet sailed south into the Sea of Portugal and ravaged Navarre shipping there.  Meanwhile, Prince Jose’s 284 ship fleet sailed into the Bay of Biscay and tried to ravage French shipping there, but only managed to re-capture a bunch of former Navarre shipping captured by the French last turn!  Jose’s activities were cut short by his death in late 1208.

Northern Europe

The Kingdom of Wessex

Aldwulf Eadricson, King of the Angles and Saxons

Diplomacy:   No effect

        A new port, Abermaw, was built in Gwynned and Sutterby grew to size two.  On the downside the Culdic Christians of Ireland proved resolutely unimpressed with Saxon blandishments, the animosity of the two religions having something to do with it.

The Kingdom of the Svear

Erik Erikson, King of the Swedes

Diplomacy    Kopparborg (f), Smaland (f)

        Kristiansand continued to expand, reaching size 9 and Malmo grew to size 4.  Fjordane was put under cultivation.

The Norse Kingdom of Iceland

Gregor II Gregorson “the Toad”, King of the Norse

Diplomacy    None

        Thanks to Thomas Harlan who did the orders for Iceland this turn.

        The Norse were very busy on both sides of their trans-oceanic Kingdom.  In Europe, colonists were settled in Strathclyde at sword-point, forcing the Celtic, Culdic locals into peonage.  In the west, further materials (and reinforcements) were shipped to Vinland, putting the area under cultivation.  For more on the interactions between the Norse and the natives, see below.

North Afriqa

The Maghreb Emirate

Bulent ibn Umar, Emir of Morroco

Diplomacy    Wadan (nt), Sijilmasa (nt)

        Bulent built up the army and did some diplomacy among the southern desert tribes.

Al Fatamid Caliphate Al Qaira

Zair Yusif ibn Muhtadi, Fatamid Caliph of Egypt

Diplomacy    None

         Muhtadi died in late 1208 and was succeeded without incident.  The new Caliph stuck to simply rebuilding the armies lost in last turn’s debacle and staying on the defense.  To the south, missionaries continue to bring the Kassalans to the true faith.

West Afriqa

The Kingdom of Ghana

Kwazi, Lord of Kumbi-Saleh

Diplomacy     Hausa (f)

        The recently pacified regions of Bani and Mossi were colonized with nice loyal Ghanans.  When the locals objected to this, Kwazi lead the army into the recalcitrant area and imposed the colonies at spear point.

The Kingdom of Togo

Morenike, King of Togo and Akan

Diplomacy Kwararafa (f), Bomi (f)

        A new port, Umbanda, was built in Kafin.  Aside from some very successful diplomacy, Morenike kept to himself.

The Kingdom of Kanem-Bornu

Susiseko III, King of Kanem and Bornu

Diplomacy Ikego (a), Jos (t)

        Did some diplomacy.  Susiseko was rather annoyed to find spies (from Ghana) mucking about in the Royal Quarters and other spies (from Kongo) trying to muck about in the government.  Clapping the intruders in chains, he had them packed into crates (with air holes, and some yams and palm fronds (in case the occupants had an accident)) and sent back to their respective monarchs with a polite note to knock it off!

South Afriqa

The Bakongo Kingdom

Kima Wambolea, Regent for...

Ugo Wambolea II, King of Bakongo

Diplomacy    None

        Matadi was re-cultivated and work started on a road link between Kongo and N’gaoThaing became a bit messy when both Ugo and his son Kumfadi died within months of one another in 1210.  Fortunately, Prince Kima was there to run things until Kumfadi’s infant son came of age.

The Kingdom of Nyasa

Asserate IV, Chief of the Nyasa

Diplomacy None

        The road between Nyasa and Makura was completed.  Work also began on putting Kimbu under cultivation.  Finally, Nacala grew to size four.

The Kingdom of Rozwi

Munyika II, King of Rozwi, Lord of Zimbabwe

Diplomacy None

        Zulu expansion to the northeast of the Kalahari continued with Barotse being settled to a (-/1).  A royal road from Kafue to Kariba was also built.

The Kingdom of Vaal

Shaka I, King of Vaal and Mapungubwe

Diplomacy None

        Invested in some PWB and minded his own business.

North America

The Tlingit People

Xuts, Chief of the Tlingit, Lord of the Far North.

Diplomacy None

        More happy colonists settled Nootka to a (1/2).



Obsidian Coyote IV, Ruler of California

Diplomacy None

        The wastes of Panamint were colonized to a (-/9).  Koos Bay expanded to a size 5 and both New Teotihuacan and Eureka grew to size 7 each.  A small flotilla of Yurok canoes paddled all the way down to Pacheco (in Caranga) and made nice with the locals.

The Anasazi Nation

Motega II, Chief of the Anasazi, Lord of the Chaco

Diplomacy Pisones (fa)

        After decades of rather subdued activity, the Anasazi undertook a rather extensive program of expansion.  Colonies were founded in Yavapi (-/9), Papago (-/9), Pima (-/6) and Apache (-/3).  Work was laso begun on raod links between Chaco and Caracol and Snaketown respectively.  Finally, Chaco grew to size 10 and Xinaian to size 6.  Motega died at the end of 1210 and was succeeded without incident.

The Mississippian Empire

Wahiti, Regent for…

Patamon II, The Great Beaver of the Snake

Diplomacy None

               Well old Thayendanegea died one year into his regency, at the end of 1206.  A new regent was selected and life went on with postal roads being built between Saginaw and Potowatomi and between Illinois and both Muskegon and Sauk.  New towns sprung up on the banks of the Mississippi and the Missouri: Acika, in Chickasaw, Echota in Kansa, and Niutachi in Missouri.  Finally, Ogala was colonized to a (2/3).

The Natchez Confederacy

Swift Fox, Great Sun of the Natchez

Diplomacy No effect

        Swift Fox decided on a renewed bout of urbanization, with new cities being raised in Choctaw (Gulf Port, on the Delta Sea); Caddo (Oxbow Village, on the junction of the Lower Great Snake and the Arkansas) and in Osage (Hot Springs, on the Lower Great Snake).  Work also began on a royal road/bridge combination between Atakapa and Caddo.

        On Vinland, the new Icelandic jarl Magnus arrived and was immediately set upon by the Atakapan delegation.  He remained noncommittal.

The Yamasee People

Soaring Eagle, Chief of the Yamasee

Diplomacy None

        Colonization continued in Catawba, bringing it to a (1/6).


The Toltec Hegemony of Chichen Itza

Quatayilla, Grand Hegemon of the Maya

Diplomacy    Tlacopan, in Culhua (a)

        Moya went to the Gods at the end of 1210.  Work on the great Imperial City continued apace.  New cities were built in Kekechi (Yuni) and Cora (Aki Alinde, the latter’s a port).  In addition, there were a whole slew of city expansions as enumerated below.

City (Region)

New Size

Itza Hatul (Cuyutec)


Tahahta (Huastec)


Ilyani (Huave)


Texcoco (Huexotla)


Mali (Nahuatl)


Tula (Otomi)


Comalcalco (Popoluca)


Tikal (Quiche)


Aki Mali (Tahwhaka)


Utxa (Tamulipec)


Tapachula (Tarascan)


Ita Laza (Tepanec)


Iz Haula (Tepuztec)


Tlatelolco (Tlapocoya)


Tres Zapotes (Totonac)


Mitla (Zapotec)


The Arawak of the Islands

Lautaro, Lord of the Islands

Diplomacy    None

        No orders, but Lautaro will defend himself form the rebels (in the same way that the Chibchans defended themselves from him).  Lautaro declared mass conscription and build many more warships and infantry before setting off to deal with the Carib rebellion.  The rebels, for their part had returned to those island sand sacked Trinidad to pay their troops.  They then returned to Cibony where they found the loyalists waiting.  The resulting scrum was over very quickly, albeit bloodily, as over 17,000 rebels clashed with 24,000 loyalists with Lautaro triumphant.  The rebel navy fled to Chibchan territory where they put themselves at the disposal of the Arawaks’ enemies.

Solar Empire of Chibchan

Pech Toq, King of the Chibchan

Diplomacy None

        Pech Toq kept a weather eye out for more invaders, but otherwise was content to let the islanders slaughter one another.

South America

The Kingdom of Paraiba

Panib III, King of Paraiba

Diplomacy No effect

        Cultivation projects began in the jungles of Pacaja, Potiguara, Suya and Terembembe.  The cities of Maceio, Ibicarai, Mixoxa and Aracui all expanded (to sizes 8, 4, 7 and 6 respectively).  Panibs, son and heir, Panib IV died at the end of 1207, prompting the king to appoint his next eldest son, Banabana, heir.

The Mighty Incan Empire

Atahulapa, Emperor of the Incas

Diplomacy Catwishi (f)

        All in all, it was fairly quiet in the lands of the sons of the Sun.  Some cities continued to grow, but not in the numbers that had been expanding hitherto. Cuilino was also re-cultivated.

City (Region)

New Size

Paykikin (Choco)


Cuatico (Huanco)


Curva (Tacana)


Tiahuanacu (Uru)


The Kingdom of Karanga

Amaru III, Lord of the South

Diplomacy None

        Uyuni was put under cultivation.

The Kingdom of Shokleng

Upulo, King of Shokleng

Diplomacy None

        Uruguay was colonized to a (2/10) and new ports were built in Charrua (Montevideo) and Minuane (Upulo).  Finally, Curitiba, Tupanicereta, Cangucu, Itabiana, and Macae all continued to grow (to sizes 8, 8, 8, 8, and 4 respectively).

The Mapuche Empire

Bakari, Emperor of the Mapuche

Diplomacy None

        A new port, Cho, was built around the fortress in Chono.   Several cities all increased in size:

City (Region)

New Size

Urupoi (Huilliche)


Quiroci (Mapuche)


Talca (Pichunche)


Santiago (Topocalma)


Quimbo (Coquimbo)


Caldera (Atacama)