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Third Battle of Vontor
Conflict

Hutt-Xim conflict

Date

25,100 BBY (25065BrS)

Place

Vontor

Outcome

Hutt victory, collapse of Xim's empire

Combatants

Hutt Empire

Xim's empire

Commanders
Strength
Casualties
  • No notable figures
  • Entire force
"To the seventh dungeon with the conqueror fool. There he shall subjugate rotworms, while his gearwork soldiers shall stand in glorious tribute to High Exaltedness Kossak."
Kossak the Hutt

The Third Battle of Vontor (circa 25,100 BBY) was the battle where the Hutts and their allies finally defeated the Empire of Xim the Despot.

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Background

The Hutt Empire had been competing with the empire Xim had carved out in the Tion Cluster for control of the Si'Klaata Cluster for some five years. Already, the two empires had fought two inconclusive battles over Vontor.

The battle

In the third and final battle, the Hutt forces were bolstered by Klatooinian, Vodran, Nikto, and Weequay mercenaries.

During the battle, Xim's war droids were no match for Kossak the Hutt's new allies. Xim was officially killed in the conflict, but in truth he was captured and died a slave in the palace of Kossak on Nal Hutta. However, his treasure ship, the Queen of Ranroon, escaped to the planet of Dellalt, where it would remain hidden for millennia.

Aftermath

After the battle, the Treaty of Vontor was signed by the Hutts, Klatooinians, Vodrans, and Nikto. This treaty set the Hutts up as eternal overlords of the three other species and of the Si'Klaata Cluster.

Guttu the Hutt had a tapestry of the battle.[1]

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Sources

Notes and references

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