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The Heirloom seal of the Realm
Imperial Seal
"Having Received the Mandate of Heaven, May (the Emperor) lead a long prosperous life"

Origin

Qin Shi Huang Di

Type

Imperial Seal

Effects

Any written edicts and laws will be in effect in the China proper region

Downsides

Can cause people to turn against their own causes

Activation

Stamping the Seal

Collected by

Warehouse 7 Agent

Section

Constatine-77GH

Aisle

201-3841

Shelf

38443-83013-408

Date of Collection

1280

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OriginEdit

The Heirloom Seal of the Realm is a Chinese jade seal carved from the famous He Shi Bi piece. Commissioned by Qin Shi Huang Di, the inscription was written by chancellor and calligrapher Li Si and carved by Sun Shou. The Seal passed on through the dynasties as a legitimizing tool until the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Periods when the Seal was lost.

CollectionEdit

Ever since, many dynasties have tried to recover the seal. When the Warehouse moved to Mongolia in the 13th century, the Heirloom seal was found by the Mongol Yuan dynasty. It was subsequently collected by the Warehouse and the Seal has been in the care of the Warehouse since.

EffectsEdit

Stamping any written law or governmental notice will cause those changes to immediately reflect in the classical Chinese region, affecting areas that have been consistently Chinese held the most. The local leadership will all share the sudden "aha moment" to initiate that new law, even if it runs contradictory to everything they represent.

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