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|Command2 = '''Empire of Numeron'''
}}'''The Fall of Koblenz''' was a major conflict fought between the Lethan Empire expedition led by Vel Urlen against the Chaos aligned Dutchy of Koblenz.
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}}'''The Fall of Koblenz''' was a major conflict fought between the Lethan Empire expedition led by Vel Urlen against the Chaos aligned Dutchy of Koblenz. The Fall of Koblenz would be heavily covered during the short story [[Sword of Ares|Sword of Ares]] when a Twi'Lek force entered the Dutchy of Koblenz and worked alongside Urlyr to end the Dutchy once and for all.
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
 
==Prelude==
 
==Prelude==

Latest revision as of 16:02, December 31, 2018

Previous Conflict End of the Frankish Pantheon
Fall of Koblenz
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Location Allemeni Empire
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End of Conflict Placeholder
Result Empire of Lethan Victory
  • Retreat of Kargoth
Combatants
Empire of Lethan Dutchy of Koblenz
Commanders
Empire of Lethan Dutchy of Koblenz
Strength
Empire of Lethan Dutchy of Koblenz
Casualties
Empire of Lethan Dutchy of Koblenz
The Fall of Koblenz was a major conflict fought between the Lethan Empire expedition led by Vel Urlen against the Chaos aligned Dutchy of Koblenz. The Fall of Koblenz would be heavily covered during the short story Sword of Ares when a Twi'Lek force entered the Dutchy of Koblenz and worked alongside Urlyr to end the Dutchy once and for all.

BackgroundEdit

PreludeEdit

Tricks of UrlyrEdit

Centuries of fighting between the Covenant of Olithy against the Dutchy of Koblenz eventually ended with the arrival of a Twi'Lek force sent by Ares into the region of whom Urlyr led into the area of Koblenz and then sparked a fight between which led to the sacking of the fortress and the final exile of Kargoth from the Allemeni Region.

The WarEdit

AftermathEdit

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