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Second Battle of Nomad City
Conflict

Galactic Civil War (Thrawn campaign)

Date

9 ABY (44:8:1)[1]

Place

Nkllon

Outcome

Imperial victory

Combatants

Galactic Empire

New Republic

Commanders

Grand Admiral Thrawn

General Lando Calrissian

Strength

Nomad defense fighters

Casualties
  • Unknown, presumed light
  • Resources
  • Nomad City
  • All defense fighters
  • All but one shieldship damaged or destroyed

The Second Battle of Nomad City was a raid launched by Grand Admiral Thrawn to supply his shipyards in the Bilbringi system with much-needed hfredium and kammris.

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The battle

Thrawn sent three Dreadnaught-class heavy cruisers to acquire them; after cutting off communications in Nomad City, and disabling both the city and its accompanying shieldships, Thrawn received large amounts of credits and four months worth of supplies.

Aftermath

The mobile city was disabled, and was unable to get away from the oncoming and deadly sunrise of Nkllon. However, the Peregrine arrived, commanded by General Garm Bel Iblis; Bel Iblis' forces helped evacuate the citizens of Nomad City. Bel Iblis and Lando Calrissian asked Admiral Hiram Drayson to lend part of his fleet to save the city, but Drayson refused; as a result, although all of its population was safely evacuated, Nomad City itself melted under the fierce star.

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Sources

Notes and references

Battles of the Thrawn campaign
Obroa-skai · Elomin task force · Bpfassh · Nomad City · Sluis Van · Katana fleet · Ord Mantell
Qat Chrystac · Nomad City · Coruscant · Generis · Xa Fel · Bilbringi
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