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If the great, the military leaders and the leaders of the many descendants of the ruler who will be born in the future, should not adhere strictly to the Yasa, then the power of the state will be shattered and come to an end, no matter how they then seek Genghis Khan, they shall not find him.

—Genghis Khan in writing the Yasa Law Code.

This page lists all wars and conflicts in the Knightfall timeline.

Conflict Years Side One Side Two Result

Mongol Invasion of Europe

1237- 1247

Mongol Empire

  • Turkic Vassals
  • Chinese Engineers
  • Alex K Halych-Volhynia-flag Galicia–Volhynia
  • Nowogród Novgorod Republic
  • Russian Princedoms
  • Volga Bulgars
  • Various Cumanic/Alan Tribes
  • North Caucasian peoples
  • Reconstruction of the Grand Coat of Arms of the Crown of the Polish Kingdom Polish States
  • Coa Hungary Country History Bela III (1172-1196) Hungary
    • Kingdom of Croatia
  • Second Bulgarian Empire
  • Holy Roman Empire
    • (and vassals)
  • Royal Standard of the King of France France
  • CoA Pontifical States 02 Papacy
  • Cross of the Knights Templar Knights Templar
  • Insignia Germany Order Teutonic Teutonic Order
  • Cross of the Knights Hospitaller Knights Hospitaller
  • Mongol Presence Established in Western in Central Europe.
  • Mongol Annexation of Poland, Bulgaria, Austria, and Central Germany
  • Parts of the Holy Roman Empire remain Independent
  • Origins of the Cross Khanate and the Golden Horde.
  • One to three million Civilian European Casualties
  • 200,000 - 800,000+ Military Deaths (Disputed)
Mongol Invasion of South Asia 1250-1255 Mongol Empire
  • Chatagai Forces
Sultanate of Delhi
  • Client Turkic Tribes
  • Hindu Vassals
  • Northern India laid to waste by Turkic and Mongol Warriors.
  • Mongols secure Indus River Valley and pastures.
  • Balance of Power shifts in India.
Mongol Invasion of the Near East. 1256-1265 Mongol Empire
  • Khanate of the Cross
  • German Knights
  • Venetian Merchants
  • Mamluk Sultanate
  • Abbasid Caliphate
  • Abbasaid Caliphate Destroyed
  • Mamluk Sultanate Annexed
  • Cross Khanate expands into Africa
  • Eventual formation of independent Mongolian Egypt.
  • Renaissance of Crusaders in the Levant and Coptic Christians in Egypt.
  • Over four million total casualties
Great War of the Khans 1258-1262 Faction of Jochi
  • Golden Horde
  • Cross Khanate
  • Descendants of Jochi Khan
Faction of Tolui
  • Chatagai Mongols
  • Eastern Mongols
  • Mongol Empire reunified in compromise between factions
  • Foundation for later split of Mongol Empire
  • Casualties of at least 100,000 on all sides
  • Conquest of Southern China Postponed
Great Mainland Invasion of Japan 1279-1309 Mongol Empire
  • Mongolian China
  • Korean Vassals
  • Toluin Horsemen
  • Collaborating Japanese Daimyo
Imperial Court of Japan
  • Kamakura Shogunate
  • Hojo Clan
  • Mongolian China annexes Kyushu, Shikoku and Southern Honshu Islands
  • Kyoto is occupied but not destroyed
  • Japan endures Civil War between pro and anti Mongol forces
  • Prolonged Guerrilla War
  • Japanese Independence preserved in Northern territories.
Second Tartar War 1285-1290 Mongolian Empire
  • Golden Horde
    • German Vassals
    • Denmark
  • Cross Khanate
    • Serbian, Greek and Italian Allies

Supported by

  • Khanate of the Pharaoh
  • Kingdom of Scotland (Alleged)
  • Kingdom of France
  • Kingdom of England
  • Papacy
  • Kingdom of Norway
  • Christian Spain
  • Devastation and decline of France
  • Repulsion of Invasion,
  • Mongolian Borders set along the Rhine River
  • Survival of Western European Nations
  • Beginning of tensions between Golden Horde and the Cross Khanate
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