The fleet is made up of over a thousand junks. It consists of the Imperial Ming Fleet,
about 80% of the Ming Army and the Hei Family Fleet and about 50% of the Hei Army.
During the Ming Empire the art of boat building has excelled and the largest junks have
five masts eighty feet tall. They are four hundred feet long. The fleet also contains most
of the cargo junks that were in the port at the time the fleet was being readied.
At the beginning of the module it is the intention of Prince Hei Ho Bang to sail to Wu
Tze Lee using mostly Ming forces and destroy Wu Tze Lee to get the opal. His spies have
told him that the other two opals are at a lake in the mountains and at Wing Ting Mai. His
plans are to destroy Wing Ting Mai by force after destroying Wu Tze Lee, then to head
overland to wherever this lake is before marching triumphantly into Nu Gong Zao with all
On day one the fleet sails for Wu Tze Lee. It arrives there on day eight and
immediately lays siege. It takes three days to take the outer city, significantly longer
than the Prince expected.
On the night of day eleven the forces of Wu Tze Lee mount a major counter attack and
annihilate the Prince's forces using secret tunnels dug under the plain for the counter
attack. The fleet is destroyed before the hours of dawn.
No-one knows if the Prince escaped or was killed with his army until he returns to Nu
Gong Zao at the end of the module. He will have any of the opals that the players do not
If at any stage the player approach the army they will be attacked. This is because
Prince Hei Ho Bang holds them to be a major risk and has circulated a paper with pictures
of Tang, Yuen and Xue and how to recognise the players blip, with a significant reward for
the commander who brings back proof of their deaths. They do not care for the rest of the
party. The fleet has also a reward for the death of Yun Tin Kang.