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 Real History
Tokyo was discovered somewhere in the 1400's while the Japanese were taking land from the native Ainus. Tokyo (then known as Edo) was a villiage that was known for fishing and other fishing businesses in eastern Japan, but the small villiage did not become an official Japanese city unti 1457 when Ota Dokan constructed the Edo Castle (now known as the Imperial Palace). In the Late 1500's during the power struggle following Toyotomi Hideyoshi's death, Ieyasu Tokugawa was beginning to gain power both militarily and politically. Then he received word that there are a group of rebels assembling in Edo, he heads his forces there, but the rebels (led by Mitsunari Ishida) took Fushimi castle in Kyoto. As Tokugawa defeated Mitsunari at Sekigahara and established his shogunate in 1603, Edo replaces Kyoto as the capital of Japan, and because of this Edo began to increase in size and income. In 1701, 47 masterless samurai (known as Ronin) planed revenge on Kira Yoshinaka, but failed and all 47 men committed seppuku. Edo also suffered Mt. Fuji's last eruption as ash fell on the city. In 1868 the Meiji restoration overthrew the Tokugawa Shogunate, Edo retains its title as Japan's capital and was re-named Tokyo. Tokyo would also face a series of disasters during the course of the 20th century, it would face a, 8.0 earthquake in 1923, the United States would also bomb the city and kill thousands of people (more than the imfamous atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki) in 1945, and would even experience a serin gas attack in 1995. But, now Tokyo is doing well, and its appearence and its incme would rival that of New York.
 Red Alert 3
- Allied Campaign
- As the Allies averted a disaster of unthinkable proprtions by eliminating President Howard T. Ackerman before he fired his cannon. Field Marshal Robert Bingham received word fromSpecial Agent Tanya Adams that Emperor Yoshiro has called for an emergancy meeting with all of the important Imperial generals in Tokyo, and if the Allies and the Soviets can eliminate them at one time, the Empire of The Rising Sun will fall. As Bingham contacts Cherdenko about this, Commander Lisette Hanley is given the task to lead the Allies in Tokyo. When her forces were ready and waiting for the Soviets to arrive, she receives word that the Soviets have been delayed while en route to Tokyo, so Lisette makes a plan to not only hold out until the Soviet arrive but to destroy the Imperial blockade. Though, as Lisette destroys the blockade, she receives word that the Soviets are not coming to aid her and the Allies, so she must fight on her own. Then, the Empire has unleashed their superweapon the Psionic Decimator which destroys her base except her construction yard, then the Allies have constructed a chronosphere so she can chronoshift her construction yard across the bay. After rebuilding her power, Lisette knows that her first move is to destroy the Decimator before it fires again, and she does. Then, she focuses her attention on the Nagama Dojos, after destroying the Dojos, she receives a message from Crown Prince Tstau threatening her and her forces with his fleet coming from the bay. Lisette with her own fleet destroys Tatsu's fleet and eventually the Shirada Docks, then she chronoshifts her forces onto a place in the bay known as Tenzai Robotics, then she conentrated all of her forces onto the most important building for the Empire, the Toyama High Command building (where the Imperial Generals are having their meeting), as she destroys the building, she eliminates the Imperial military command and with that the Empire has fallen.
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