The Menguren Empire was a short-lived nation that united much of northern and central Asia, originating in the nomadic regions north of Sinica. At its collapse it divided into the Medius Ordeum in the west, the Djagatai Khanate in the middle, and Dai Ön Yeke Sinica in the east.
Genghis' successors, attempting to strengthen their empire both economically and politically, invested heavily in aiding Genghis' trade routes by hiring Roman engineers to build and design vaposcurr networks. Although it helped modernise central Asia, the projects ultimately failed to achieve their intended result. Having failed to conquer Sinica, the Menguren had less access to Sinican rocketry and were unable to counter their iron shrapnel rockets(2033).
Kubiai, the last Khan, had to deal with a deteriorating situation of growing food and independence riots and revolts, communication difficulties between multi-ethnic regions, and a general economic breakdown.