Warehouse 7
Warehouse 7
Kömürge Dolughan



Host Nation Government

Mongol Empire

City or Town


Years Active

1219 AD - 1260 AD





Reason for Relocation

Political Unrest

Previous Warehouse

Warehouse 6

Subsequent Warehouse

Warehouse 8


Warehouse 7 was the 7th incarnation of the Warehouse which was housed by the Mongol Empire in Karakorum, Mongolia.

It was inducted by Genghis Khan on July 13th, 1195 and finished sometime around October 23rd, 1219 in the area of what would become Karakorum which was finished around 1235.

Location & BuildingEdit

Warehouse Seven, or Kömürge Dolughan, was established in 1219 CE, after Genghis Khan created a tent village in the region of Khara Khorum or 'Black Tent'. There, he claimed the Mongol Empire would keep the artifacts safe.

At some point in the future, the Great Khan went to "great and terrible lengths" to forge the Remati Shackle with the hope that the Warehouse would remain under control of the Mongols.

Sadly, this was not the case. But before he could see the move to Warehouse 8, Genghis Khan died in battle in August of 1227.

Leadership moved to his third son Ögedei Khan in 1229 until 1241. In that time, Ögedei established an actual city and capital of the empire atop the structure of Warehouse 7. He named the city Karakorum and with many palaces, temples, and pavilions, along with commoner housing, it was complete in 1235. Ögedei believed that closer protection of the artifacts was necessary, an action that helped the incarnation greatly. This marked the height of Warehouse 7, where it had easier access to resources and Regents increased their ability to search Asia and Europe for new artifacts.

Two more emperors presided over the Warehouse, where the Remati Shackle acting as a solid defense against infiltrators: Güyük Khan from 1246-1248, and Möngke Khan from 1251-1259. After Möngke's death, his brothers Kublai and Hulagu fought a civil war over succession, prompting the Regents to begin the move to Germany and the Holy Roman Empire.

List of main contributors to the building of Warehouse 7:

  • Genghis Khan: Contributed to the founding and building of Warehouse 7, as well as the location.



Spanning from Eastern Europe across Asia, the Mongol Empire was the largest contiguous empire in the history of the world and saw the collection of some of the most important artifacts to the empire, such as Khabul Khan's Bow, Confucius' Sandals and Kanishka's Stupa Spire.

From the rule of the great Genghis Khan until the civil wars and unrest of Kublai Khan, the Warehouse benefited from the expanse of this empire and its collections of artifacts. But soon after the split, the Warehouse once again headed towards Rome.




  • The Sacred Sanctum- Houses sacred, holy, or religious artifacts.
  • The Vault of Demons- Where dark, dangerous, and malevolent artifacts went to be sealed away
  • Room of Treasures- This room held jewelry and gemstones
  • House of War-This section holds armor, weapons, and protective artifacts
  • The Categorization Vault- This houses the Feng Shui Spiral and all artifacts that need to be placed in the main area.
  • Maze of Shelves- This is the main artifact storage area and the pillars keeping the shelves together have the buddhist teachings and mantras inscribed on them to lower artifact activity.

Notable Artifacts Edit

A list of the most noteworthy and important artifacts collected during this Warehouses' era.

  • The Remati Shackle
  • Frederick II's Folo

Notable RegentsEdit







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During Warehouse 7's era its providing host country's leader, Genghis Khan, created the Remati Shackle, a powerful artifact that protected the Warehouse as well as Genghis Khan from outsider attack. The Shackle was built to keep the Mongol Empire in grasp of the Warehouse and in turn keep it in power, but after the death of Genghis it seemed to help facilitate the move of Warehouse 7 to 8 as the power of the shackle was given to head regent Altansarnai Tsagaanbaatar, a devoted supporter of the HRE and with the shackle he helped move Warehouse 7 to 8.

Reasoning For ShiftEdit

Political UnrestEdit

It wasn't until the political unrest heralding the start of the reign of the Kublai Khan that the Warehouse moved once again back to Europe.

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