Why do you speak to me of the stones? It is only the arch that matters to me.
— Kublai Khan
Kublai Khan was the fifth Great Khan of the Mongol Empire from 1260 to 1294 and the founder of the Yuan Dynasty in East Asia. As the second son of Tolui and Sorghaghtani Beki and a grandson of Genghis Khan, he claimed the title of Khagan of the Ikh Mongol Uls (Mongol Empire) in 1260 after the death of his older brother Möngke in the previous year, though his younger brother Ariq Böke was also given this title in the Mongolian capital at Karakorum. He eventually won the battle against Ariq Böke in 1264, and the succession war essentially marked the beginning of disunity in the empire. Kublai's real power was limited to China and Mongolia after the victory over Ariq Böke, though his influence still remained in the Ilkhanate, and to a lesser degree, in the Golden Horde, in the western parts of the Mongol Empire. His realm reached from the Pacific to the Urals, from Siberia to modern day Afghanistan – one fifth of the world's inhabited land area.

In 1271, Kublai established the Yuan Dynasty, which at that time ruled over present-day Mongolia and China, and some adjacent areas, and assumed the role of Emperor of China. By 1279, the Yuan forces had successfully annihilated the last resistance of the Southern Song Dynasty, and Kublai thus became the first non-Chinese Emperor who conquered all China. He was the only Mongol khan after 1260 to win new great conquests. A theoretical construction of Kublai, the "Pleasure Dome," is the subject of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's 1797 poem Kublai Khan. Coleridge's work brought Kublai and his achievements to the attention of a widespread audience, and today Kublai is a well-known historical figure.

(From Wikipedia)

Battle vs Robert the Bruce (by MilenHD) Edit

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In the Lowlands of Scotland, the Mongol Empire had arrived to conquer it. Robert the Bruce was expecting them and he scouted the area around their camp with 4 more Highlanders. As Robert and one of the Highlanders were on horseback, his right hand felt from his horse and with arrow in the chest.White

Robert turned and saw Kublai and his Mongols firing their bows at the them but the Scots blocked with their shields and the they fired back with their longbows at the Mongols, with exception of Robert who aimed his axe in order to unleash the second wave and slay one of the Mongols with arrow to the neck.Red

Kublai raised his saber and shouted. He charged with his Mongol behind wielding his saber on horseback and the foot soldiers wielding glaives. Robert done the same and as both of the kings traded blows with Kublai knocking Robert and as one of the Mongols tried to stab him with the glaive met with his axe in the faceRed

Not far away Kublai decapitated one of the Highlanders with one mighty blow of his saber.White

As a Mongol and a Highlander engage each other with their mid range weapons, the Highlander swings furiously at the Mongol only denting his steel armor and for awhile they parried, but in the end the Mongol struck true and pierced the Highlanders stomach killing him.White

As the Mongol pulled his blade his neck was pierced by Robert's dirk dagger.Red

As Kublai attacked the last Highlander, his horse lost his life because because took a blow by the claymore. The old warrior rose up raising his shield and saber, managing to block a blow from the claymore and as the claymore knocked the saber with the second blow, as Kublai still had his shield steady, he rammed and stabbed the Highlander with his knife in the heart.White

Meanwhile Robert was dueling with the last Mongol, but his axe handle was split in two by the sabers and Robert pulled his claymore as Kublai charged behind him. As Robert dueled against Kublai and his warrior, which were pushing their blades over and over after each blow, in the end after the repeats of the same process Robert swung at great height and decapitated both Mongols by one swing like a clear badass.Red Red

Seeing the Mongols are dead, Robert raised his sword and yelled "For Scotland!!"

Expert's OpinionEdit

This was a close one, but Robert had better weapons and while inferior in armor and horseback skills, he was more successful than Kublai, since he won his rebellion and become a king and he is also much younger and agile than the Khan. To see the original battle, weapons and votes, click here.