About two hundred years into my current Sima Jin campaign. It's been fun so far. Spent a lot of time pacifying the Xianbei and other tribes to the north. Korea was pretty much a blitz, but I did get entangled in the Japanese wars of unification. Ended up backing Kyushu, which was the only state left facing Yamato after they had subdued the Emishi. Managed to edge the first war after a crushing naval battle, but I was pretty powerless to stop the second, which ended in the formation of Japan proper. After that I began looking more towards my southern campaigns, which is where I'm at now. Funan managed to unify much of Indochina, which is a bit annoying, especially seeing as they keep blunting my advances with coalitions. It wouldn't be too much of a huge deal if I didn't have the western front against the Mughals to deal with. Unfortunately the Mughals managed to carve up much of Chuban and the other nations north of Tibet whilst I was quelling a national rebellion, so they've gained a lot of ground against me. War is pretty much inevitable; I'm just hoping to first conquer the south piecemeal so I don't have to fight on two fronts.
Elsewhere the Roman empire succumbed quite dramatically to barbarian invasions about a hundred years ago. Some pockets of resistance remain in Britain, Cyprus and other islands, but they're no longer a major player. The Ostrogoths carved out much of the east, whilst newly formed Netherlands and Francia are fighting for the west. It'll be interesting to see how that develops