Some days, I wonder what would have happened had I never slain that inventor and burned his machine.
If it means anything, master, I think you made the right decision that day.
It seems so.
Is there really no way to recreate the Inventor's flying machine?
Emperor Yuan marvels at the Great Wall of China. The year is 402 C.E.
Emperor Yuan thinks back to the day when he ridded the world of the flying machine. He has come to regret that decision because all he thinks about is the possibilities that come with the ability to fly.
The Emperor tries time and time again to remake the machine.
The Emperor stops showing up at public events and locks himself out from the outside world. He often gets lost in thought about the flying machine. His guilt grows after executing the Inventor.
The Emperor's people start to get suspicious of the emperor's whereabouts and demand from everyone that is affiliated with him that they can to tell them where he is.
After rising suspicions, the Emperor's people storm the Emperor's home in search of him. They suspected one of his servants kidnapped him. After cornering the Servant, he gives in to the pressure and tells them what has happened. This enrages the people and they mob together and remove the Emperor from his residence. He is then thrown into his own prison that he built, locked away to suffer in the depths of his own land, slowly losing his sanity.