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His name struck anguish in the hearts across Asia yet he remains an icon to the people of Mongolia He could slay thousands without flinching He was considered one of the most barbaric people ever yet he ruled fairly He gave his enemies one simple choice surrender and be enslaved or die By consistently enforcing discipline rewarding skill and allegiance and punishing those who opposed him he established a vast empire His empire was far greater than Alexander the Great Meet the man behind the myths the incomparable Genghis Khan Yisugei was relived after his son Temujin was born The chief thought that the boy was going to be a worthy successor to his throne Temujin had a fire in his eye according to the people of the town By the time he was four he was already using a bow and arrow set He was very good because he practiced for hours everyday By the time he was seven he was excellent in battle skills However tragedy struck that year Yisugei was murdered by a local tribe His family tried to overcome it but the people left the tribe and joined other tribes A few people stayed but they also left after a while Temujin and his family lived off berries animals and plants Temujin started working harder on his archery He was one of the best in the land by the time he was eleven By eleven seventy-three Temujin had risen he became chief of a tribe People noted how fierce he was and how he had no mercy He was engaged to Botei in eleven seventy-five They were married in eleven seventy-eight After the marriage a tribe kidnapped Botei Temujin was outraged He attacked the tribe and slaughtered them all This was the first time when Temujin killed everyone in a tribe He showed the world his bad side He rescued Botei in eleven-eighty and she never fell
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