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Discover the truth behind why the First Emperor of China created his vast city sized mausoleum and life sized Terracotta Army

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Journey through Ancient China

The First Emperor of China Qin Shi Huang believed in immortality and the elixir of life. Around 200BC he ordered that Xu Fu should take some of his finest warriors and go on a quest to find the elixir and bring it to him.

In this RPG you play as Xu Fu as you travel through ancient China in search of the elixir.

Terracotta Army

Historical fact : In 1974 Chinese farmers uncovered pits containing thousands of life sized Terracotta warriors near to the Mausoleum of the Emperor. Historians believe it is a form of funerary art created to protect the emperor.

However as Xu Fu you discover the truth behind this vast creation and to why the Emperor required such an extraordinary collection of Terracotta Warriors

Facial expressions

The in game characters have facial expressions that show their mood and leave small tells you can use to determine if a character is truthful or not.


Journey

Armed with crossbow and sword, journey through lands outside of the Emperor's realm with a contingent of warriors.

Seek guidance, food and skills from villages as you travel.

Villages
Choose to make friends with the local inhabitants or use force to acquire what you need. The use of force risks making enemies of the local inhabitants although this could help you make you friends of the enemies of those you attack.

Villages may request help in return for their help such as rescue an inhabitant kidnapped by bandits or attack an unfriendly village.

However the truth is hard to find as many cannot be trusted. If you fail to see through the lies you could be headed towards a trap ... What do you do to those who betray and lie to you, your decisions have consequences.




Enemies and Warriors

Bandits, opponents to the Emperor and friends of inhabitants you've attacked will take up arms against you.



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