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*[[Battle of Oliblish (2309)]]: siege of [[Zhamü the Ecstatic]]'s fortress on the [[Butte of Summons]] in what is now the city of [[Tahkhnúsh]]
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Revision as of 02:14, 15 July 2019

The Eleventh Isbajath, 2307 to 2309, was planned and executed with the specific intention of establishing the land of Oliblish as a kingdom for the habitation of Shenimite Incarnandists and the residence of the Holy Family. Incarnandina Besheth kath Miyanikhiya presided over the isbajath. She chose Khahoner kab Gidhonyal to be harubeel of the war against Zhamü the Ecstatic, the then chaos ruler of the land. Khahoner kab Gidhonyal was slain in the conflict by one of Zhamü's warriors. The Eleventh Isbajath was part of an overall strategy for the reclamation of Danona from chaos cultists as the culminating conflict succeeding to the Ninth and Tenth Isbajutha. The Zodiacal Sign of the Isbajath is the Chalice.

The Eleventh Isbajath was part of an overall strategy to subdue Danona to Incarnandist power.

By the time of the Eleventh Isbajath in the early twenty fourth century, the Incarnandist tisbajuma had well shown their mettle throughout the Pallathantic Region. The Incarnandina was concerned that Zhamü the Ecstatic would flee justice. Harubeel Khahoner led swift assault, subduing Aqsahem in the Battle of Aqsahem. By forced march, the tisbajuma arrived only a few days later at the walls of Zhamü's fortress in what is today Tahkhnúsh. A coordinated force from the sea by warriors from Zarajove who had completed the Tenth Isbajath landed on the coast outside of the fortress, cutting off escape from the defenders. The chaos ruler was given no quarter and only those who escaped survived from what became known as the Battle of Oliblish (2309).


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