||The town of Chang Chiang is closely allied with Wu Tze Lee.
During the first six days about 80% of the male population leaves to go to Wu Tze Lee to
help in its defence. There is an extreme shortage of manpower and supplies.
||The party will be able to travel with any one by foot up to
day four cc by boat up until day six to Wu Tze Lee. Likewise any help they can be with
their blip transferring people and supplies to Wu Tze Lee will be greatly appreciated,
even paid for.
||Most shops in Chang Chiang are shut. Likewise the port is
closing down as all the men leave. The last of the junks leave for Wu Tze Lee on day six.
All the junks are sailing for Wing Ting Mai after leaving Wu Tze Lee to avoid the fleet of
Prince Hei Ho Bang.
||In the town are all the things you would expect: temples to
Buddhism and Taoism, government departments, shops, except that most are closed. The
Taoists are running the town. They will be happy to pledge their allegiance with Tang if
he states that he is against the Mings and Heis.
||Built into the mountain the city nestles against a large
mine entrance, clad in jade and ornately carved. The entrance stands forty feet tall.
Inside are many miles of tunnels, which honeycomb the mountain. The entrance is guarded
and the mine has been shut down due to a shortage of manpower.
||The players will be able to get their passports stamped at
the customs office, which is running on a skeleton staff. There is no police force
operating in the town.
||The locals know/believe the following:
|They are on the side of Wu Tze Lee That Prince Hei Ho Bang is the most evil man in the
|It was probably Prince Hei Ho Bang who stole the opals. |
|The town leader is Yu Zhi Sheng. He has travelled to Wu Tze Lee and everywhere else. |
|The Taoists are in charge of running the town until Yu Zhi Sheng returns. |
|The mines are closed until the war is over. |
|The Prince will lose the war.|
|The Ming Army has never been able to defeat the independent peoples of the Shan