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Third Atlas Coalition War
Siege of Nordengrad, 1690
Date: 1689-1692
Location: Norland, Krugmar, Arberrang, Khaz'Ulrah
Result: Imperial Victory
The Alliance:
Empire of Man.png Empire of Man
Haense Arms.png Kingdom of Haense
xGr0D1a.png Kingdom of Gladewynn
Anti-Empire Coaliton:
norland.png Kingdom of Norland (Until 1690)
KRUGMARFLAG.png War Nation of Krugmar
Kaz'Ulrah.png Kingdom of Kaz'Ulrah
ArberrangGallic.png Arberrang
Commanders and leaders
The Alliance:
Empire of Man.png Aurelius I, Emperor of Man
Empire of Man.png Prince Cassius Horen
Haense Arms.png Robert I, King of Haense
xGr0D1a.png King Kairn Ithelanen
The Anti-Empire Coalition:
norland.png Torsten I, King of Norland
KRUGMARFLAG.png Rex Guruuk'Lak
Kaz'Ulrah.png High King Thoak Goldhand
ArberrangGallic.png Gwion Gallic
ArberrangGallic.png Ingvildr Skarpefanger
ArberrangGallic.png Karyssmov Faroe

The Third Atlas Coalition War is a conflict between the Empire of Man, Kingdom of Gladewynn and their allies against the Anti-Empire Coalition, which consists of the Kingdom of Norland, War Nation of Krugmar, Kingdom of Kaz'Ulrah, and Arberrang.


Years before the war would officially start, anti-imperial sentiment had grown among the kingdoms that would eventually form the Anti-Empire Coalition. Before, the War Nation of Krugmar had spoken to Arberrang about joining their side in the possible event they fought the Empire, but it came to an impasse. However, the leaders of Norland, Krugmar, and Kaz'Ulrah promised to aid one another if war did break out. Later, a battle at San'Kala would be instigated by Glottgut'Raguk between the Empire and its allies against Krugmar and its allies. This large battle, resulting in a Pyrrhic victory for the Empire, would lay the foundation for an upcoming, full-scale war. Smaller skirmishes would continue as well, leading up to the events of 1689.

Major Confrontations