Thus, of the empires which ruled, was the Empire of the Chen made first to be established;
being bordered by the Ural mountains to the west and possessing the lands of Russia,
Siberia, Mongolia, China and Japan in the east; to the lands of India, Southeast
Asia, and Australia to the south; as well as all the islands of Malaysia and the
Summary: The Ural mountain range runs north to south for approximately 1,600 miles
from the coast of the Arctic Ocean to the Ural River. During the First Track of the
world of the First Power, the Urals formed the western border of the Chen Empire,
the first of three great empires that came to rule the earth. The Urals formed the
eastern border of the Roman Empire. Both the Chen and Roman empires fought constantly
for control and expansion past the Ural mountain range.
[...] Sulla Cornellius was one of the most feared men in Rome. His military philosophy
was simple: plan carefully, use overwhelming force, strike hard and without mercy,
and do not stop until the enemy is dead and broken beneath your feet. In his lifetime,
Sulla Cornellius never surrendered the battlefield to his enemy. He would keep attacking,
and if that didn’t work he would shift his lines and attack again. He would keep
attacking until the enemy broke and scattered. To the Chen he was a dreadful and
relentless opponent. Sulla Cornellius was ferocious, cunning and totally unpredictable.
His war against the Mongols, which took place on the eastern slopes of the Ural Mountains
was devastating for the advancing Mongol hordes. This war occasioned the first use
of nuclear weapons against an enemy of Rome.