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It was in the year of the Christian Lord 1182 when Vang Khan appointed me to a very high position within his court.
Of course this was natural – – – I was after all a very handsome prince with a substantial territory still at my command even if I was in exile. Additionally, I had several thousand troops available to me and therefore available to Vang Khan. This was in addition to my boundless courage and exemplary military skill.
And then it started!
There was much jealousy among the other princes and chieftains who were supposedly loyal to Vang Khan. They even gave me a nickname; “The Favorite One.”
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