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Dawn of the Conqueror

In 1162, a boy named Temüjin entered this world, clutching a blood clot in his right hand. It was a sign that death and adversity would follow where he walked. At the age of 10 Temüjin’s father, leader of one of many warring tribes on the central Asian steppe at the time, was fatally poisoned. The tribe disowned Temüjin, his six siblings and his mother, now seen as burdens with no claim to authority.

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