Dynasty Warriors 9: Empires 9 campaign scenarios explained

When you start a new game in Dynasty Warriors 9: Empires, you’ll need to choose a scenario for your campaign. There are several to choose from, each offering something slightly different depending on which hero you choose. This guide explains campaign scenarios, so you know what you’re getting into.

What are the scenarios?

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Scenarios are pivotal times in Chinese history when the region was in a particular state of change or when a kingdom was large and powerful. For example, during the Yellow Turban Rebellion, a leader gathered troops and crossed five key areas of the map. The state of China will determine how easy or difficult your campaign will be. Using the example of the Yellow Turban Rebellion, if you choose to take control of the kingdom in the yellow zone, you will start your campaign with more territory and power than your enemies. Pick a smaller domain and the yellow segment of the map becomes an insurmountable force.

You will be able to choose a leader in the situation you choose. The leader defines the territory you control, so choose the leader whose color is related to the territory you have selected on the map. While no territory is necessarily less powerful than the next, some situations give you a significant advantage if you take control of the kingdom with a clear upper hand. In the free-for-all scenario, everyone’s territory is equal and the kingdoms won’t fight. In a way, this is the most challenging scenario to choose because of its openness.

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