Action, Adventure, Military, Shounen, Drama, Historical, Mature
- Word circulated about the "Great King of Terror," Angolmois and his apparent domicile, Mongolia
- In 13th century Japan, the people of Tsushima turned to exiles for help in repelling the Mongols
- In the center of the defense effort is Kuchii Jinzaburo: a well-versed veteran warrior and exile
In the 13th century, the Mongolian Empire rapidly expands across the globe. Later historians who studied the prophecies of Nostradamus would say that Mongolia was the birthplace of the "Great King of Terror," Angolmois. And at last, the force of the Mongolian Empire would turn their attention toward Japan... 1274: The Bun'ei Invasion. The exiled samurai Jinzaburo Kuchii is in Kamakura when he finds himself face to face with this invasion. This story is a fresh look at the great battle that rocked all of medieval Japan: the Mongol Invasion. It shows how the people of Tsushima panicked, struggled, and eventually rose up against the overwhelming forces of their enemy.
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