The year is fourteen thousand fifty eight BCE, and the regent female pharaoh of egypt, Hatshepsut, has just died, leaving the throne of the Egyptian Empire to Thutmose III. Hatshepsut’s rule had been highly successful, being one of the most powerful, resourceful and effective rulers in the countries history. Largely kept in his regents shadow, the untested pharaoh inherited a well maintained empire, with a very well organised military system. However, with his accession to the throne, opportunistic vassal kingdoms in the empire saw a chance to rebel and claim their independence once more. Headed by the prince of Kadesh,...
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