184 A.D. China at the end of the Late Han Dynasty.
The world is in turmoil and infested with demons,
and the long and prosperous dynasty is on the verge of collapse.

As the Yellow Turban Rebellion rages,
led by Zhang Jiao's Way of the Taiping,
the protagonist, a militia soldier heads out to suppress
the Yellow Turbans when he meets a young man.

This encounter engulfs the protagonist
into a swirling intrigue of chaos.


Meiwu Fort
Meiwu Fort is a formidable fortress Dong Zhuo had constructed in Mei County, 250 leagues west of Chang'an.
Dong Zhuo brought his clan here in AD 192 after sacking Luoyang and anointing Chang'an as the new capital. Named "Fort Invincible" for its walls that span over 20 meters in height and width which holds a lavish palace inside, it rivals even the grandeur of Chang'an.
Guigugou Valley
A mysterious valley located in the depths of the Taihang Mountains and also said to be the retirement home of Guiguzi, a sage of the Spring and Autumn and Warring States period of China.
However, hundreds of years later, this desolated valley was desecrated by the evil rituals of Taiping Taoism and turned into a den for rebels and blind believers.
Hulaoguan Pass
Located on the east side of Luoyang, the capital of the Later Han, it is an important checkpoint that protects a critical passage between the Yellow River and Mount Song.
The allied forces of eastern lords and the Dong Zhuo army fought fiercely in this area, and the surrounding area turned into a gruesome battlefield.
The capital of Han and a major city with twenty-four streets and many palaces, castles and gardens.
When Emperor Guangwu (born Liu Xiu) restored the House of Han, he designated Luoyang as the capital, and changed the way it was spelled in order to correct its destiny with the virtue of fire.