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Battle of Bendarg
Name Battle of Bendarg
Conflict Second Netroban Galactic War
Cremton occupation of the Kaskade System
Date 1st October, 1993
Location Bendarg Hub, Kaskade 3
Parties 1 Bendarg Resistance (2,000 soldiers)
United Netroban Republic (12,000 soldiers)
Parties 2 Cremton Empire (5,000 soldiers)
Leaders Bendarg Resistance - Kenni Malwa
United Netroban Republic
Panu Makron
Cremton Empire - Nial Sotokom
Outcome 112 Resistance casualties, 302 Cremton casualties
Reclamation of the Bendarg Hub
UNR able to provide support
Liberation of the Kaskade System
Following events Liberation of the Kaskade System

The Battle of Bendarg was the final battle of the war between the Cremton Empire of Nial Sotokom and the Bendarg Resistance in the Second Netroban Galactic War. It took place on the 1st October, 1993, and ended the Cremton occupation of the Bendarg Hub, the entirety of Kaskade 3 a week later, and within a month, the end of the Cremton occupation of the Kaskade System.


The entire Kaskade system was conquered by the Cremton Empire in July 1993. The main repelling force was the Bendarg Resistance, made up of unifying forces of the city's police and nearly all of the populace. They were the main force behind the Liberation of the Kaskade System, since Kaskade 3 had a great tactical position against the Cremton Fleet, and was used as the base for most of the invasion force's munitions and artillery. The Cremtosese found invading Kaskade 3 fairly difficult, since it was entirely an ocean, and that they had to be very careful of the delicate hubs as to make sure they were not damaged and flooded, since the hubs were essential to their encampment on the moon and garrisons.

On October 1st 1993, the Battle of Bendarg was staged, where the Bendarg Resistance destroyed the Cremton forces in the Bendarg Hub in a surprise attack, allowing them to deactivate the artillery and ground-to-space missiles and weaponry. This acted as a catalyst for the UNR to destroy the Cremton fleet and free the rest of the system.