Episode 29: Every Direction But the Sea

In this last of three parts of Wu of Han, with the back of the once-mighty Xiongnu Empire broken, Emperor Wu’s Han turns to the South, North, and West to gobble up most of its neighbor states in an orgy of expansion. At home, the aging Wu must contend with peasant uprisings, witchcraft directed against him, and his own building paranoia… any of which could destabilize that which he’s spent a lifetime building.

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One thought on “Episode 29: Every Direction But the Sea

  1. 25:3o
    I’m guessing the prefecture magistrates, upon being told that Han Wudi was “sending a squad” to investigate, replied not to do so, w/the excuse that there was “a reactor leak”, & they needed “a few minutes to lock it down. [It’s a] large leak, very dangerous.”

    They would then fail to provide Han Wudi w/their operating number.

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