|Descendants of the Mongols still ravage a thoroughly rural Eurasia.|
|1215; Genghis Khan levels Beijing, and the Mongols continue to destroy cities as policy.|
| Steppe (diffuse empire), Japanese (unitary), West African (diffuse), Andean (unitary).
Mongol Khanates (clan/tribal, CR2 for Mongols, CR6 for subjects), Shogunate of Japan (dictatorship, CR5), Great Kongo League (feudal, CR2-3), Intipu (theocracy, CR6).
|Tech Level||High 4 (in Japan, Peru, and Africa), 3 (in Khanates)|
A world where the Mongols levelled cities as a policy and destroyed Eurasian civilization as a result (Beijing, for example, was burned down by Genghis Khan in 1215). Technological development was retarded worldwide. Eventually, the Black Death drove the Mongols out of Europe, but most of the world is still at a medieval level, with the major centers of world civilization being Japan, West Africa and the Andes. The current year is 2004.
Incidentally, it's called "Attila" because the first scouts to find out mixed up Attila the Hun and Genghis Khan.