Jiang Shunfu’s Mandarin Square
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Signifies the wearer as an official court cleric, first rank


Jiang Shunfu and the reign of the Hongzhi Emperor


Mandarin square, embroidered patch


User will rise in status quickly


May cause family dysfunction in others


Sewing into clothes

Collected by

Sam Wyatt







Date of Collection

August 24th, 1945


Origin[edit | edit source]

The Ming Dynasty is regarded by historians to be one of the most stable periods of government in China's history. However, the reign of the Hongzhi Emperor was marked by a murky line of succession. Due to the passing of the emperor, his numerous children among out of marriage, and the passing of the Empress, the throne eventually went to the Emperor's cousin.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Those that wear the patch after it has been sewn into clothes will find themselves quickly promoted in status. Those around the user may find themselves struggling with family dysfunction.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Collected from Subhas Chandra Bose, who was later sent to The Bronze Sector.

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