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The War of the Seven Emperors (七皇帝的戰爭/Qi Huangdi de Zhanzheng) was a multi-sided seven-way civil war in Tianchao during the final years of the short-lived Jia dynasty. The course of the conflict saw the collapse of the Jia dynasty and the rise of the Gun dynasty to replace it.
Early on the conflict was a battle for the throne between Pang Wu, the false son of Huangdi Zui of the Jia dynasty, and Huangdi Zui's brothers, alongside three independence movements.
End of the Qiu dynasty
Conspiracy in the Imperial Family
With the end of the Qiu dynasty Tianchao seemed ripe for change under Huangdi Zui's Jia dynasty, but hopes were quickly dashed by the huangdi's drunken temperament and general lack of interest in ruling the empire.
Death of Huangdi Zui
Multiple Claims to the Throne
Secession of States
Fall of Pian
Rise of Gun
End of the Jia dynasty
Fall of San
Notes & Trivia
- The War of the Seven Emperors was mostly inspired by the War of the Five Kings from the A Song of Ice and Fire series.
- Infobox symbols key:
- ☠️ = Executed or committed suicide
- 🏳️ = Surrendered
- 🗡️ = Assassinated
- ⚱️ = Died of natural causes
- ⚔️ = Killed in Action