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I will rule them by fixed laws to that rest and happiness shall prevail in the world.

—Genghis Khan, after becoming first khan of the Mongol Empire.

Mongol Empire
Ikh Mongol Uls
Timeline: Knightfall
OTL equivalent: Mongol Empire
. 1206 - 1324
CapitalAvarga (1206–35)

Karakorum (1235–60)
Dadu (1260–1399)

Official languages Mongolian, Chinese, Turkic, Iranian
Religion Tengrism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity
Government Elective Monarchy
 -  Great Khan Ögedei Khan
Legislature Kurultai
 -  Empire fragments 1260–1264 
 -  Total 33,000,000 km2 
12,741,371 sq mi 
Currency Various
The United Mongol Empire spanned across Eurasia from the Japanese Archipelago to the modern day Rhine Valley in the 13th and early 14th centuries. Arising from a confederation of nomadic tribes united by the charismatic Chinggis Khan or Temujin. The new empire spread rapidly turning to conquer Northern China, Persia, and Eastern Europe before moving on to the outer reaches of the Eurasian World. The 'Mongolian Century' is credited for uniting most of the Old World as well as facilitating early transoceanic contacts to the New World. The Mongol Empire carries a deadly reputation to the present day for wide spread destruction and desolation of entire countries, . Mongol related activities caused Eurasia's population to shrink by at least twenty five percent.

Alternatively the Mongols are also remembered for opening up trade, spreading knowledge and religious tolerance over the areas they conquered,. The rise of Mongolia was a turning point where previous self contained societies were forcibly made aware of others far and wide The 13th century was the climax for United Mongolia. As a steppe based people Mongols tended to assimilate with the settled peoples they ruled over, over time regional differences and blood feuds between rival khans broke the unity of United Mongolia by 1330. Yet the legacy of the 13th century Mongols remains across the world. After the Mongol Golden Age or Pax Mongolia medieval societies slowly transitioned from feudal to mercantile economies.


See Genghis Khan

Far Horizons and Civil War at Home

Consolidating as 'one nation'

Rivalries and Scientific Advancement

Final Divorce



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