Capital moved to Luoyang - Emperor Dongfang Bubai With the entirety of China under his control, and with Yan armies soon to complete the conquest of Mongolia, the Emperor Yang Mulao has moved the capital of the Yan Empire from Urumqi in Xinjiang to Luoyang in the Central Plains of China, one of the Four Great Classical Capitals of China (Beijing, Nanjing and Chang'an being the other three). He has also abandoned the use of his personal name and surname and, following the Chinese tradition, he has taken a dynastic name. His new dynastic name is Emperor Dongfang Bubai, which means Emperor Undefeated Orient. The Emperor has also employed even more Chinese and Confucian scholars, in order to please the Han Chinese as they Yan Dynasty is not Chinese, but originates from Xinjiang. - Prime Minister Yang Kang - Huang Yaoshi Meanwhile, Prime Minister Yang Kang, accompanied by Huang Yaoshi, shall undertake personally the campaign against the Mongols. An army of tens of thousands of soldiers is massing at Yan Mongolia and is ready to invade and crush the few remaining Mongol tribes, which are divided and fight each other. It is expected that the campaign will end really fast with a decisive Yan victory, so the Prime Minister can then campaign against Taiwan and unify all of China. Huang Yaoshi has also assassinated quite a few Mongol Chiefs with his Kung Fu skills. This will surely help the Yan armies gain victory even quicker.