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Chapter 1249 – North Song Has No Generals, South Song Has No Officials
The Ashoka Dynasty taking over Tibet was something that Ouyang Shuo had not expected.
Songtsen Gampo rejected the Mongol Empire in the north and defended against Great Xia, but he was unable to escape the fate of his dynasty being swallowed up in the end.
Speaking of which, this was the first time an outside force had interfered in the battle for China, which made Ouyang Shuo feel a loss of face.
Even then, Ouyang Shuo had to treat the matter really carefully. A day ago, Li Jing had already led the Bear legion corps back to the Shu Lands border. Great Xia's first attempt at conquering Tibet had ended in failure.
Li Jing sought punishment, but Ouyang Shuo suppressed it.
With the complicated nature of the Battle of Tibet, being able to lead the Bear legion corps to retreat fully was already a remarkable achievement. As such, why would Ouyang Shuo even punish him?
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