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  • Qin Shi Huang was one of the Systems in the Verse that was near White Sun * Class: Artificial star * Helioformed: 2271 * Radius: 0.32 Sol (Brown Dwarf) * Radius: 0.19 Sol (protostar) * Orbit: 2,440,315,254km (16.312 AU) * Period Years: 65.88
  • Qin Shi Huang (始皇帝, Shikōtei?), the First Emperor of the Qin dynasty, is a Heroic Spirit noted as the most celebrated figure in Chinese history.
  • Qin Shi Huang is a Chinese leader in some of the Civilization games.
  • Qin Shi Huang (or Ch'in Shih-huang-ti) was the first Emperor of the Qin Dynasty and unified China.
  • Qin Shi Huang (xino: 秦始皇, pinyin: Qín Shǐhuáng, Wade-Giles: Ch'in Shih-huang, nobiembre o diziembre 260 a.K. - 10 zetiembre 210 a.K.), de nombre propio Zheng, hue’r rei’e Qin’er 247 a.K. ahta’r 221 a.K. y dimpuéh er primè emperaò d’una Xina unifiká’er 221 a.K. ar 210 a.K., reinando baho’r nombre’e Primè Emperaò. En abiendo unifikao Xina, él y zu primè ministro Li Si introuheron una zerie rehormah kon el’ohetibo’e rehorzà la reziente unificación, y yebaron a kabo grandeh proyehtoh’e konhtruzión, máh concretamente la berzión precursora l’ahtuá Gran Muraya Xina. A pezà’e toa la tiranía’e zu mandato utokrátiko, Qin Shi Huang eh entabía konzierao komo una hepezie kolozá hundaò’n l’ihtoria’e Xina.´
  • In 221 BCE, as King of the Qin, he conquered all of the other kingdoms, ending the Warring States period and reuniting China for the first time in six centuries. With his victory, he inaugurated the first Empire of China. During his reign, the Templars assisted Qin Shi Huang with political and economic reforms, as well as constructions such as the Great Wall of China. Due to his Templar-influenced tyranny, he was eventually killed in 210 BCE by the Assassin Wei Yu, who stabbed him with a spear during one of the emperor's eastern China tours.
  • Qin Shi Huang était un dirigeant chinois au 3ème siècle BCE. Roi de Qin, il mit fin à la période féodale en conquérant l'ensemble des royaumes combattants et unifia l'Empire de Chine. Malgré un règne considéré comme cruel et autoritaire, il standardisa l'écriture, la langue, la monnaie, les poids et les mesures et il est considéré comme le père de la Grande muraille de Chine. (Réalité extrapolée *)
  • Qin Shi Huang was selfish, calling himself the "First Emperor" and "Chinese Jesus." However, he was a significant figure within Chinese history, ushering in a fresh two millennia of imperial communism after his chief advisor, Li Si (pronounced Lee See, sharp and fast) passed a series of economic, political, and communistic reforms.
  • Qin Shi Huang oder Qin Shihuangdi, geboren als Ying Zheng (* 259 v. Chr.; † 10. September 210 v. Chr.), war der erste Kaiser von China und Begründer der Qin-Dynastie. Im Jahr 221 v. Chr. hatte er alle Reiche seiner Kontrahenten erobert und gründete das erste Chinesische Kaiserreich. Während seiner Regentschaft wurde Qin Shi Huang durch die Templer bei politschen und ökonomischen Reformen, als auch bei Bauwerken wie der Chinesischen Mauer, unterstützt.
  • Qin Shi Huang (chino: 秦始皇, pinyin: Qín Shǐhuáng, Wade-Giles: Ch'in Shih-huang, noviembre o diciembre de 260 adC - 10 de septiembre de 210 adC), de nombre propio Zheng, fue el rey del estado chino de Qin del 247 adC hasta el 221 adC y después el primer emperador de una China unificada del 221 adC al 210 adC, reinando bajo el nombre de Primer Emperador.
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  • Game Info: History
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  • Qin Shi Huang
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  • 210
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  • 259
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  • Qin Shi Huang was one of the Systems in the Verse that was near White Sun * Class: Artificial star * Helioformed: 2271 * Radius: 0.32 Sol (Brown Dwarf) * Radius: 0.19 Sol (protostar) * Orbit: 2,440,315,254km (16.312 AU) * Period Years: 65.88
  • Qin Shi Huang (始皇帝, Shikōtei?), the First Emperor of the Qin dynasty, is a Heroic Spirit noted as the most celebrated figure in Chinese history.
  • Qin Shi Huang was selfish, calling himself the "First Emperor" and "Chinese Jesus." However, he was a significant figure within Chinese history, ushering in a fresh two millennia of imperial communism after his chief advisor, Li Si (pronounced Lee See, sharp and fast) passed a series of economic, political, and communistic reforms. All sex jokes aside, Qin Shi Huang undertook gigantic projects such as building and connecting China's force field, the Great Wall of China (and proving that he had unusual amounts of free time on his hands), constructing a city-sized playground where he erected an army of Terracotta dolls, and creating a national road system. Rather than paying for building materials with cash, Qin Shi Huang used a much more popular currency, several million peasants' lives. He is also notorious for burning books and burying his scholars alive, although no one currently understands why. Many archaeologists have argued that his actions were due to anger management issues or that he just killed people for the hell of it. In The Diary of the Emperor, Qin Shi Huang wrote, "I buried my scholars, burned my stories, all for stability assurance," implying that Qin Shi Huang committed such crimes to ensure the so-called stability of his erections. However, despite his diary being a first hand source, nothing he wrote made any sense and thus doesn't solve anything.
  • Qin Shi Huang is a Chinese leader in some of the Civilization games.
  • Qin Shi Huang (or Ch'in Shih-huang-ti) was the first Emperor of the Qin Dynasty and unified China.
  • Qin Shi Huang (xino: 秦始皇, pinyin: Qín Shǐhuáng, Wade-Giles: Ch'in Shih-huang, nobiembre o diziembre 260 a.K. - 10 zetiembre 210 a.K.), de nombre propio Zheng, hue’r rei’e Qin’er 247 a.K. ahta’r 221 a.K. y dimpuéh er primè emperaò d’una Xina unifiká’er 221 a.K. ar 210 a.K., reinando baho’r nombre’e Primè Emperaò. En abiendo unifikao Xina, él y zu primè ministro Li Si introuheron una zerie rehormah kon el’ohetibo’e rehorzà la reziente unificación, y yebaron a kabo grandeh proyehtoh’e konhtruzión, máh concretamente la berzión precursora l’ahtuá Gran Muraya Xina. A pezà’e toa la tiranía’e zu mandato utokrátiko, Qin Shi Huang eh entabía konzierao komo una hepezie kolozá hundaò’n l’ihtoria’e Xina.´
  • Qin Shi Huang oder Qin Shihuangdi, geboren als Ying Zheng (* 259 v. Chr.; † 10. September 210 v. Chr.), war der erste Kaiser von China und Begründer der Qin-Dynastie. Im Jahr 221 v. Chr. hatte er alle Reiche seiner Kontrahenten erobert und gründete das erste Chinesische Kaiserreich. Während seiner Regentschaft wurde Qin Shi Huang durch die Templer bei politschen und ökonomischen Reformen, als auch bei Bauwerken wie der Chinesischen Mauer, unterstützt. Wegen seiner von den Templern beeinflussten Tyrannei wurde er 210 v. Chr. von dem Assassinen Wei Yu getötet, welcher den Kaiser bei einer seiner Reisen mit einem Speer erstach.
  • Qin Shi Huang était un dirigeant chinois au 3ème siècle BCE. Roi de Qin, il mit fin à la période féodale en conquérant l'ensemble des royaumes combattants et unifia l'Empire de Chine. Malgré un règne considéré comme cruel et autoritaire, il standardisa l'écriture, la langue, la monnaie, les poids et les mesures et il est considéré comme le père de la Grande muraille de Chine. (Réalité extrapolée *) En 2376, Neelix questionna Kathryn Janeway sur la Grande muraille et celle-ci lui indiqua que le premier Empereur Qin connecta les murs construits par une dynastie précédente pour prévenir une invasion par les nomades venant du nord. (VOY: "11:59")
  • In 221 BCE, as King of the Qin, he conquered all of the other kingdoms, ending the Warring States period and reuniting China for the first time in six centuries. With his victory, he inaugurated the first Empire of China. During his reign, the Templars assisted Qin Shi Huang with political and economic reforms, as well as constructions such as the Great Wall of China. Due to his Templar-influenced tyranny, he was eventually killed in 210 BCE by the Assassin Wei Yu, who stabbed him with a spear during one of the emperor's eastern China tours.
  • Qin Shi Huang (chino: 秦始皇, pinyin: Qín Shǐhuáng, Wade-Giles: Ch'in Shih-huang, noviembre o diciembre de 260 adC - 10 de septiembre de 210 adC), de nombre propio Zheng, fue el rey del estado chino de Qin del 247 adC hasta el 221 adC y después el primer emperador de una China unificada del 221 adC al 210 adC, reinando bajo el nombre de Primer Emperador. Habiendo unificado China, él y su primer ministro Li Si introdujeron una serie de importantes reformas con el objetivo de reforzar la reciente unificación, y llevaron a cabo hercúleos proyectos de construcción, más concretamente la versión precursora de la actual Gran Muralla China. A pesar de toda la tiranía de su mandato autocrático, Qin Shi Huang es todavía considerado hoy en día como una especie de colosal fundador en la historia China, como un Superhombre cuya unificación de China ha durado más de dos milenios (con interrupciones).
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