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Ecevit's intelligence though, anticipated them and he had transferred his Sardaukar to combat ships and plunged directly into their hiding place.
 
Ecevit's intelligence though, anticipated them and he had transferred his Sardaukar to combat ships and plunged directly into their hiding place.
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==The battle==
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The engaged fleets were restricted to low velocities and their maneuvers often influenced more by the environment of the quasi-nebula, than tacticality.
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Torpedoes were affected and Shields were unreliable but nor did [[lasgun/DE|lasguns]] become useful since the bursts were diffused/delected. The navigators could not calculate the extremely complex variables of the situation more than 100-2 seconds before the event and had to be fed with new data very frequently; the navigators who relied on perception were favored.

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The Battle of Corrin was a space battle that resulted to the House Corrino ascend the Imperial seat. It took its name from the Corrin quasi-nebula in day 97 of 88 BG and lasted two hours - the longest of all known space battles.

Background

Count Sheuset Ecevit wanted to ensure the position of his house waged war against the other important houses of the Landsraad. His greatest military power were his Sardaukar, an invincible fighting force in land battle.

He assembled his fleet for the occupation of Glarus, however Bashar Abulurd Harkonnen it is believed that betrayed him and the Landsraad High Council learned of Ecevit's plan and waiting in ambush between Glarus and Salusa Secundus, engaging in a space battle before meet them on the ground.

Ecevit's intelligence though, anticipated them and he had transferred his Sardaukar to combat ships and plunged directly into their hiding place.

The battle

The engaged fleets were restricted to low velocities and their maneuvers often influenced more by the environment of the quasi-nebula, than tacticality.

Torpedoes were affected and Shields were unreliable but nor did lasguns become useful since the bursts were diffused/delected. The navigators could not calculate the extremely complex variables of the situation more than 100-2 seconds before the event and had to be fed with new data very frequently; the navigators who relied on perception were favored.

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