192: Fall of Ye is a post-war event that happens in between the Yellow Turban Rebellion. It is the story of how Liu Dai takes over Ye before transferring to nearby Pu Yang.
As the War between the Yellow Turbans and Han escalates, a Liu offical Liu Dai sees Ye as an easy target for the Han Dynasty's attack. As he rises himself as Minister of Bei Ping and Bei Hai, Ye will fall into Liu Dai's grasp...
June 191: Liu Xi and Liu Ma takes Nan Pi. Ye refuses Liu Dai's Alliance agreement.
Oct. 191: Nan Pi allies with the Yellow Turban Rebellion. All 3 major cities (Ye, Bei Hai, and Bei Ping) send forces of 6000, 8000, and 10000 each respectively to take Nan Pi.
Dec. 191: Nan Pi falls to Liu Dai. Bei Hai starts an uprrising and dismisses Liu Dai's officers. New ruler is San Wan.
Feb. 192: Reinforcments of 20000 troops from Shang Dong arrive at Ye.
March 192: Nan Pi takes Pu Yang. Ye faces constant ambushes from Liu Su's army.
July 192: Jia Wei's Ye falls to Nan Pi, Ji, and Bei Ping's massive force. Jia Wei is executed, other officers under his command flee to Bei Hai, where they are welcomed warmly.
Aug. 192: As a plauge of Lucusts appear in Ye, Liu Dai moves his state to Pu Yang, which ended the instabillity there.