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Battle of Kidriff 5
Conflict

Galactic Civil War (Zsinj campaign)

Date

7 ABY (43:2:14/15)[1]

Place

Kidriff 5

Outcome
Combatants

New Republic

Kidriff's forces

Commanders

Commander Wedge Antilles

Strength
  • Two squadrons of TIE fighters
Casualties

None

Numerous TIE fighters

The Battle of Kidriff 5 was a battle that involved Wraith Squadron and Rogue Squadron in 7 ABY.

Contents

Background

Wedge Antilles and Chewbacca flew the Millennium Falsehood to the Warlord Zsinj-allied urban world of Kidriff 5, where they dropped off a pair of New Republic Intelligence operatives. Then, the ship left, seeking to attract the attention of Zsinj forces and fool them into believing it was the Millennium Falcon.

The battle

Before the battle, Garik "Face" Loran discovered that pilot Lara Notsil was actually Gara Petothel, a former Imperial Intelligence agent and after TIE fighters run back from battle towards their base for regrouping, he confronted her and placed her under arrest. Petothel complied.

Aftermath

When hearing on public channel about Notsil's true identity, Myn Donos fired proton torpedo towards her starfighter, but detonating it before impact (damaging Garik Loran's X-wing in the process, who was protecting her). Petothel, didn't believing Wraiths could protect her from Donos's attempt to kill her again before facing court martial, jumped to hyperspace.

Appearances

  • X-Wing: Solo Command (First appearance)

Sources

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 The Essential Atlas
  2. X-wing: Solo Command]]
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