After the Disabled God of War Became My Concubine - Chapter 125
Chapter 124: Extra one
The time when Emperor Zhaoyuan collapsed was no different from his death year in history.
The courtiers knew in their hearts who Emperor Zhaoyuan would make the emperor.
Originally, His Majesty had only one son, His Royal Highness, who had done something wrong and was deposed by the emperor, the only thing left was General Huo.
General Huo has outstanding merits and military exploits, and he is the son of the first emperor’s elder brother. He is the emperor, and he is most justified.
However, on the day when the edict was made public, no one had expected such a result.
Emperor Zhaoyuan wrote an edict to sin, deeply regretting that he was forced to rebel and revolt as a military commander of the Jing Dynasty. The first emperor had a negative effect on the Huo family soldiers, but as a general, even if he died in the country, he should not seek the throne because of this. In the past few years, he has suffered a heavy burden, his offspring has withered, and the heir has done something to murder his brothers and feet. After reflection and reflection, he feels that God has punished him.
Therefore, after his death, Jiangshan must be returned to the Jiang family in the old scene.
Looking at the world, the Jiang clan now has only Jiang Suizhou who was “escorted” back to Yecheng.
For a time, the old Jing Wang Jiang Suizhou, who was placed under house arrest in the Dingbei Hou Mansion, changed his mind and became a well-known new emperor.
King Jing… aside from his identity, he is a well-known man in the world!
Immediately, the ruling and opposition parties were in an uproar, and the Manchu civil and military were ready to move, with the intention of overthrowing the Jiang clan and establishing Huo Wugui as the emperor.
But at this time, Huo Wujiu stood up.
He held a heavy soldier in his hand, but he stood up not to become the emperor, but to support the soldiers to defend the will of the first emperor and defend the new emperor of the Jiang family.
Under the righteous power, even if the Manchu civil and military minds had the greatest dissatisfaction, in front of Huo Wujiu, they couldn’t show any more.
Under such circumstances, King Jing sat on the dragon chair standing in the imperial capital of Yecheng.
The king Jing of the year and the new emperor today did not change Liang’s national title because of his loyalty to Emperor Zhaoyuan.
Nowadays, the official structure is very complicated. In addition to the original courtiers of the Liang Dynasty, there are also some former courtiers left by Nanjing. Therefore, after Jiang Suizhou ascended the throne, the various forces in the DPRK and China formed a rather delicate balance.
For a time, no one dared to act rashly. After a few days, this new dynasty was governed in an orderly manner, even more peaceful and prosperous than when the ailing Emperor Zhaoyuan was alive.
This is not only due to Jiang Suizhou’s diligence, but also to Huo Wugui’s suppression. Therefore, after a period of time, even those courtiers who were eager to move, gradually healed their minds.
After all, Jiang Suizhou is sitting in town, and the current Chaotang is indeed a brand new and upright in Vientiane. Although the officials were not reconciled, they were also happy to see this grand occasion.
As a result, the conspiracy of rebellion ceased, and the mind next to them gradually began to rise.
The emperor’s harem is still empty.
Even though the courtiers knew that the emperor had broken sleeves, none of them had ever been a broken sleeve. Some theoretical knowledge gained from a paper talk is not reliable.
In their opinion, the emperor likes men and does not conflict with his marrying a female concubine. Gradually, when the court was flat and the world was stable, the papers that persuaded the emperor to open the harem were handed out one by one.
Looking at the headache, Jiang Suizhou had to reply one by one, saying that he didn’t have the thought of filling the harem at all.
But these courtiers were the most persevering, even if the emperor refused, they could not stop their persuasion. The number of these folds was so large that even though Jiang Suizhou intentionally concealed it, he still did not escape the eyes of General Huo, who spent the night in the palace all day long.
General Huo found those folds, his face was green, and he looked at them all from the beginning to the end.
“Okay, very good.” He gritted his teeth and threw the last letter asking Jiang Suizhou to marry him back on the table with a cold face. “It’s really a bunch of things that know people and don’t know their hearts.”
When Jiang Suizhou heard this, he couldn’t help but feel amused: “How do you know that you know the person and the face?”
Huo Wujiu frowned and looked at him, and he said as expected: “I usually look respectful and respectful towards me, digging my corner behind his back, isn’t it a two-sided sword?”
Jiang Suizhou smiled and persuaded him: “They don’t know what the relationship between the two of us is.”
When Huo Wujiu heard this, he wanted to refute, but he was a little speechless.
After a while, he gritted his teeth and squeezed into Jiang Suizhou’s dragon chair, hugging him whole.
“When will the emperor let them open their eyes?” he asked.
Jiang Suizhou looked at him and slapped Huo Wujiu’s hand on his waist.
“Open your eyes.” He said softly. “It’s not a trivial matter for the political affairs of the state.”
“You agreed to let me be the queen, forgot?” Huo Wujiu refused to give up.
“I haven’t forgotten.” Jiang Suizhou roared. “It’s only not long after I became the throne. If the foundation is unstable, I still need to find a suitable way to make them acceptable.”
“Who would dare not accept me?” Huo Wujiu frowned, looking like a landlord.
Jiang Suizhou laughed and persuaded him warmly while laughing. Huo Wujiu couldn’t help his sugar-coated cannonballs and was so dizzy that he simply pushed the annoying memorials piled with cases to the ground, and hugged his emperor, who was full of eyes.
It was Huo Wujiu’s compromise, and Jiang Suizhou was coaxed.
But within a few days, at the Great Court meeting, the courtiers actually made an inch.
After the discussion, they actually wrote an excerpt to ask Jiang Suizhou to fill the harem, and presented it to Jiang Suizhou in person.
“Emperor, although you are now in your prime, you have to consider it for your heirs!” It was a civil official from the original Liang who knelt down and spoke. When Emperor Zhaoyuan was in charge, he was in charge of courtesy matters.
Jiang Suizhou sat on the dragon chair, looked down at him, and saw the courtier kowtowing and begged.
“There are not many children, and the country is not established. Your Majesty, for the sake of future generations and generations, please also register a few women in the palace!”
Jiang Suizhou’s gaze paused, scanning the silent courtiers all over the hall, and looking at Huo Wujiu who was standing in the first row of the generals.
Hiss… that look is already hard to see the extreme, when he glanced sideways at the courtier on the ground, his eyes were already very bad.
Jiang Suizhou’s gaze trembled, and he quickly retracted his gaze.
“Zhang Aiqing, when we are above the meeting, we still focus on the big things in the DPRK. You don’t need to worry about these family affairs.” He reminded the minister.
“Your Majesty, although the harem is your family affair, the matter of your heirs is the foundation of your country!”
The minister must be so bold because he was kneeling on the ground and couldn’t see Huo Wujiu’s expression, and he refuted Jiang Suizhou.
Next to him, Qi Min, who had rushed to Yecheng from Lin’an after Jiang Suizhou ascended the throne, gave him a calm look, but didn’t say anything.
Jiang Suizhou pressed his forehead with a headache.
He was about to speak, but at this moment, several officials knelt down one after another.
“The emperor, Master Zhang is right, please think twice!”
For a time, the civil and military men of the Manchu dynasty fell to their knees sparsely, seven or eight, and there was a general meaning of a senior officer who could not kneel down and threaten Jiang Suizhou.
Jiang Suizhou knew what they thought.
These ministers always have some patriarch’s ideas about this kind of matter, and even if they bluntly refuse them, they will persevere in urging them. No matter what method is used, as long as they find him a little bit of slack, they will bite on it in order to break through.
Jiang Suizhou knew that precisely because he had responded to these ministers with too much patience these days, he had given them the illusion that they could take advantage of it.
Jiang Suizhou frowned, knowing that it would be impossible to maintain a gentle attitude.
He quickly pondered, and was about to speak, but he heard another person’s voice in the quiet hall.
“Master Zhang is very anxious.”
It was Huo Wujiu who spoke.
For a moment, the needle fell in the hall, and even the courtier raised his head and looked at General Huo, who suddenly started to be nosy.
Seeing that General Huo’s face was gloomy, he walked slowly in front of him.
“Let the emperor marry a wife.” Huo Wujiu stopped in front of him without anyone else, lowered his head and said. “Master Zhang, your daughter has reached the age of marriage, right? Why don’t you take the lead and send her to the palace to serve the emperor?”
Who in the court didn’t know that this Master Zhang was just a daughter, her eyes hurting like balls?
Master Zhang heard that beads of sweat were about to roll off his forehead, and he hurriedly refused: “The little girl is still young and doesn’t understand the rules. It is still inconvenient to send to the palace and cause trouble to the emperor…”
“You don’t want to?” Huo Wugui interrupted him.
Lord Zhang dare not speak anymore.
“When I tried to persuade the emperor to be very vigorous, how could you not be happy to let you send your daughter into the palace?” Huo Wujiu’s voice was cold, and he didn’t save face at all.
“The emperor has broken sleeves, you all know this.” Huo Wujiu raised his head, his eyes swept across the several ministers who were kneeling in the hall. “When he forced him to take a woman, how could you refuse to send your daughter to serve?”
There was silence for a while, and after a while, a minister tremblingly responded, “However, the ministers have to consider the matter of the emperor’s heir.”
Upon seeing this, Jiang Suizhou spoke quickly, and said softly, “It doesn’t have to be this way. The first emperor can surrender the throne to me, which means that there is no imperial court without heirs. The dynasty is expensive, and there are countless promising children. It is not too late for me to consider these things when I am old.”
Now, the ministers couldn’t say anything to refute. After all, if they objected at this time, it would be disrespectful to the first emperor. Even if they have the mind, they can’t stand head-on in this matter.
Jiang Suizhou smiled faintly.
On the contrary, Huo Wujiu was reasonable and unforgiving. He sneered and said with a sneer: “You two, who can give birth to children? I don’t have this ability, and I still think about this stuff all day long.”
As he said, he lost his hand and turned around to return to his position.
But at this moment, another courtier spoke.
“But, your Majesty can’t always be alone like this, someone should be there to accompany you.”
Huo Wujiu stopped walking and turned around with a cold expression on his face.
“Who said that?” he asked.
Awe-inspiring, fierce and arrogant, this look looks like he is the one who speaks in the court.
But naturally, Jiang Suizhou didn’t stop him either.
After a moment of silence, a courtier lowered his head and stood up timidly with a voice like a mosquito.
“The minister said it.” He admitted.
Huo Wujiu gave a cool laugh, and walked in front of him again.
“What did you just say? The emperor should always be accompanied, right?”
The courtier made him tremble with awe-inspiring aura, but he had to bite the bullet and admit, “Yes.”
Huo Wujiu laughed.
“It’s a lot of control, but it’s not unreasonable.”
As he said, he lowered his eyes to the official, his voice was low, but it reached everyone’s ears clearly.
“Then look, how am I?” he asked. “I’m here to accompany the emperor, do you have any objections?”
The author has something to say: Huo Wujiu: The status is won by himself 😀