Battle of Ingo

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Battle of Ingo
Horizon Campaign
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The Coalition task force interrupts Horizon Corporation's attack
DateYear 4 Day 180Year 4 Day 240
LocationIngo system
ResultCoalition victory
Belligerents
Horizon CorporationNew Anzat Order
Falleen Federation
Hapes Consortium
Trade Federation
The Antarian Rangers
Commanders and Leaders
Warlord Venom Kazvar
Tyr DeMeer
Prime Minister Malakai Brooks
King Eldrik Kuraine
King Jessy James
Viceroy Corbin Esco
Ranger Choibacco Antaria
Strength
MTC Xenon (flagship)
? Carrack/I-class Light Cruisers
Y-wings
Guardian Medium Cruisers
Pulsar Battle Cruiser
Nova Battle Cruisers
Miy`Til
Dreadnaught Heavy Cruisers
Lucrehulk 3210 Battleship
Casualties and Losses
?Anztan defensive facilities destroyed or disabled.
Most Anzatan Guardian Cruisers and fighter squadrons disabled.

The Battle of Ingo was the final engagement in Horizon Warlord Venom Kazvar's campaign against various outlying star systems and governments. Having previously raided the orbit of Cona, attacked the manufacturing stations of Nisshutsu Shipyards, and annexed the Starvengers, Kazvar had set his eyes on the New Anzat Order. The Warlord planned and executed an attack on the Ingo system utilizing his formidable naval forces, spearheaded by his modified Modular Taskforce Cruiser Xenon and several Carrack/I-class Light Cruisers. His intent was to destroy all non-relevant defending vessels and disable the rare Guardian Medium Cruisers. Foiled by the intervention of a massive coalition fleet, Kazvar abandoned his subordinates in the middle of the battle and fled. His disappearance brought an abrupt end to Horizon's expansionist plans, and triggered the decline of conglomerate's status as a prominent galactic power. Although Kazvar would later return to take the reins of Horizon once more, he never succeeded in restoring the interstellar standing and power of his corporations.

Contents

Conflict Origins

The Battle

Aftermath

See Also


Second Galactic Civil War
Belligerents
Galactic Alliance

New Republic · Rogue Squadron · Triumvirate Coalition · Krath Dynasty · Jedi Order · TIEFE · The eXiles · Duchy of Tolonda · The Resistance

Galactic Alliance-aligned

The Antarian Rangers

Imperial Union

Galactic Empire · Tresario Star Kingdom · Black Sun

Imperial Union-aligned

CorSec

Galactic Concordiate

Hapes Consortium · Mandalore · Tion Hegemony · Trade Federation · Aurodium Legion

Galactic Concordiate-aligned

The Wraiths

Shadow Dominion Alliance

Zann Consortium · The Death Watch · Dread · NexCore Mining Corporation · Biotech · Black Hole Manufacturing

Rim Commonality

The Pentastar Alignment · NovaStar · The Octogon League · Express Enterprices · Drearian Defense Conglomerate · Derinus Calor

Defunct / Destroyed

Order of Darkness · Jedi Praxium · Imperial Core · Dark Empire · The Hutt Council · Kathol Republic · New Sith Order · The 12 Colonies · Chiss Ascendancy · Imperial Outer Rim Authority · BlasTech Corporation · New Imperial Order · Pentastar Alignment · Aurora Conglomerate · Ailon Nova Guard · The Antarian Rangers (original) · Commonality · Anzatan Commonwealth · Freedom Warriors · Rift Alliance

Battles and Conflicts
Imperial - Republic Conflict

Alderaan · Berchest · Beta · Bacta Wars · Dellalt · Corellia · 1st Tatooine · 2nd Tatooine · Dressel · Kashyyyk · Tenax · Calaron · Meridian · Dostra · Adlentar · N'zoth · Sacorria · Trellen

Black Sun - Galactic Alliance Conflict

Takeover of the New Republic · Takeover of The Antarian Rangers · Raid on Losval

Concurrent

Second Imperial Civil War · Black Sun Crisis · Raid on Kuat · Third Imperial Civil War · Outer Rim War · Corporate Sector Authority Nationalisation · Mandalorian Civil War · Cron Conflict · Fourth Imperial Civil War ·

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