Fatih, who wants to turn the state he established after the conquest of Istanbul to a world empire, wants to consolidate the state structure with the laws that will extend the life of the empire. Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror, who thrust the flag of Islam/Ottoman through the heart of East Rome by the conquest of Constantinople, set his eyes upon the Western Rome after the letter of invitation to Christianity by the Pope. First, he seizes Egriponte (Eğriboz), one of the most important castles of Venice. Venice and the Papacy, on the one hand, try to annihilate Fatih with assassination, they put Vlad Tepes (Kazıklı Voyvoda) as an obstacle for Fatih. On the other hand, they make dirty alliances with the eastern neighbors of the Ottoman Empire. Fatih will fight Akkoyunlu and Karaman while he gazes upon Red Apple (Western Rome). He will remove Karaman from the map and will experience defeat by Akkoyunlu that he will not forget.
Fatih, who wants to turn the state he established after the conquest of Istanbul to a world empire, wants to consolidate the state structure with the laws that will extend the life of the empire. At the same time, the silent rivalry between the princes Bayezid, Mustafa, Jem and their mothers, Gülbahar, Çiçek and Gülşah is played more openly and at upper levels. The only goal for the princes’ mothers is to have their own sons become the ruler after the Sultan. Because only this guarantees their survival.