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Second Xeran-Yannian War

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Second Xeran-Yannis War
Part of Yannian-Letsian Conflicts
Second Battle of Temayal
Date513-556 AR
Gabatrian Sea, Exhula, Emalia, Temayal, Syresian Straits

Yannis victory

  • Treaty of Ema
  • End of the Xeran Dynastic Era
  • Canim annexed by Syres
  • Universal Law mandated in Exhula

Flag of Azoz.png Xeran Empire

Republic of Syres (initially)
Kingdom of Emalia
Kingdom of Erasidon
File:00ADE0AD-60C2-4B16-8926-A7873CEAD744.jpeg Exhulan Empire
File:Qera flag.png Qera Empire

Kingdom of Canim

Yannis Empire
Totachian Kingdom
Zemoulena Emiresq
Kingdom of Great Lakes

Republic of Syres (later)
Commanders and leaders

Flag of Azoz.png Emperor Na-Thon II "The Unready"
Flag of Azoz.png General Archaleon
Flag of Azoz.png General Noosents
Queen Evanmetra V of Edom
King Euthydemus IV of Canim
King Igneous II of Emalia

King Deidamus of Erasidon
Neoptolanus VII Teclanus of Great Lakes

Second Xeran-Yannis War was the second, and most devastating major conflict between the Yannis Empire and the Xeran Empire. Instigated by Yannis' continued attacks against Ulmian communities, the Xeran Empire attempted to form a coalition of nations to remove Yannis' influence on the Letsian Continent. The result of this attack completely backfired, and caused the general collapse of the Xeran empire in general. The core issue of the dispute between these two empires stemmed from the diametrically-opposite views of religion and philosophy, which continued to hold tight competition both before and after the conflict across many centuries. It is among the most deadly conflicts in classical antiquity.