Four new factions, each with its own army lists covering various historical periods, new unit graphics and icons: Tibetan Lords, Tibetan RivalsKoxinga, Zheng Dynasty, Three Feudatories.
Five new strategic campaigns using a new map of historical China: Mandate of Heaven. This sandbox campaign on the historical map of China allows any of the factions previously available in Ming in Crisis skirmishes, plus the new factions, to be chosen as the two main protagonists, at any date from 1500 to 1700. Starting positions are based on historical geography. However, the central government is in a state of collapse and some territory has already been lost to these factions. If neither the player faction nor the AI faction is the central government, there will be a third faction on the map, the central government (Ming or Qing depending on the date). However, this is in disarray and its provinces have been left to fend for themselves, only having enough troops to defend their city walls. The individual provinces can be conquered by either side or induced by gifts to join a faction voluntarily. Once annexed, Chinese units can be recruited there, as usually happened historically whenever China was partially conquered. Northern Border Crisis. Historical campaign starting in 1513 with Eastern Mongols and Jurchen vs Ming. Shattered Throne. Historical campaign starting in 1645 after the Qing have conquered Beijing. Qing vs Ming. Three Feudatories. Historical campaign starting in 1674 with the rebel Three Feudatories and their Zheng Dynasty allies vs Qing. Dzungar-Qing War. Historical campaign starting in 1690 with Western Mongols vs Qing.
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Five new strategic campaigns using a new map of historical China: Mandate of Heaven, Northern Border Crisis, Shattered Throne, Three Feudatories, Dzungar-Qing War
Four new factions (Tibetan Lords, Tibetan RivalsKoxinga, Zheng Dynasty, Three Feudatories)
Revised Western Mongol 1650-1700 army list includes dismounted units
Mandate of Heaven SP & MP skirmish modules using all of the armies previously in Ming in Crisis plus the armies of these new factions