|First appearance||Age of Mythology: Tale of the Dragon|
|Base hit points||220|
|Line of Sight||15|
|Range damage||Pierce (7)|
|Range multipliers||Myth Units (7)|
Mysterious forces have upset the balance of Yin and Yang, and Emperor Yao's subjects are being harmed by natural disasters (such as floods and volcanic eruptions) and monsters. To investigate these disturbances, the Emperor sent his finest general, Jiao-Long and his son, prince Danzhu, to investigate and resolve the chaos.
- His stats and (non-cinematic) appearance are identical to Krios. As such, he too can't use his range attack.
- As Emperor Yao lived (according to legend) in the third century BC, the Tale of the Dragon campaign's connection to The New Atlantis is highly anachronistic, as the latter's events were set around 10 years after the Trojan War, at least one millennium later.
- Emperor Yao may be the character depicted in the icon for the Imperial Examination god power.
|Heroes in Age of Mythology|
|Age of Mythology|
|Heroes||Agamemnon · Ajax · Amanra · Arkantos · Brokk · Chiron · Eitri · Odysseus · Reginleif · Setna|
|Antagonists||Circe · Gargarensis · Kamos · Kemsyt · Skult · Theris|
|Supporting characters||Athena · Greta Forkbeard · Kastor · Niordsir · Old Man · Osiris · Theocrat · Zethos|
|Heroes||Ajax · Amanra · Folstag · Gaia · Kastor · Son of Osiris|
|Antagonists||Melagius · Kronos · Prometheus · Servant of Kronos|
|Supporting characters||Arkantos · Atlantean Commander · Krios · Zeno|
|Tale of the Dragon|
|Heroes||Jiao-Long · Shun · Zhi|
|Antagonists||Danzhu · Yama|
|Supporting characters||Ao Kuang · Dilong · Emperor Yao · Pangu · Vermilion Bird|