Excerpt from the Journal of Lord Baodang:
The Wuan People of the South-East had continued to block our growth into the Central Grasslands for centuries now. But now it seems that we are making head way against them. Their people had grown soft as we continue to become hardened with each passing generation. It may have been due to the Luxuries of technology from the Ussan People of the mountains or the water-way goods from the Doda People along the coast, whatever it was they no longer are the brave rivals that my ancestors spoke of.
At the Battle for the Shang Gu La Power Station the Wuan People started the battle by unloading all of their weapons on us from a safe distance. They dropped their air explosives on our camps and had set up traps along the paths. But after decades of this tactic how would they not expect us to learn to counter. We simply set those decoys up above as we dug below. We controlled puppets using remotes as we traveled safely. If they actually sent anyone to investigate the actual battle field they may have noticed but they were all cowards; hiding behind a wall of projectiles.
The surprise on their face when we emerged from underground and took them out in simple hand to hand would have made even Lord Yudan proud. The only thing that made this Battle truly difficult was the sheer number of people they had within the facility. They filled it up as if it was a city. Did they forget that we were at war? I don’t recall them ever sending us a treaty.
I don’t know how this day will be looked at by the people in the future, but for now me and my warriors celebrate this victory. The Wuan People had lost a major source of their power, and we gained a significant fortification for the development of our People in the Central Desert.
Honour to the Shao. Lord Baodang, 15th Vanguard Battalion, 8 Division General. 7310SA
This was the moment that the Shao went from being a group of desert people to the Legendary Empire we all come to learn in School.– Professor Dura, Weapons Engineer for the Miniatur Empire (Year 90890)
The Massacre of the Wuan People in that Facility was a great example of Cultural Annihilation that people choose to ignore in favour of a great story. Over 100,000 People lived in that facility and they were eliminated in a few hours. I plead that we remember it for what it was, it was genocide.-Re’Anchon, Social Warrior of the Zuidan Nation (Year 91054)
It was a different time, things become exaggerated as time goes on. I doubt a Ren Shaole Kingdom would be capable of taking down an entire Ren Zuiperi Civilization. This may just be a legend for all we know, it has little impact on what is happening now. The Shao People of now are definitely not the Warriors of this story.Professor Haidenisus, Historian Database Organizer for Arikargo (Year 97453)