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The two fleets engaged in battle over San-Tarah. The fact that Klag was familiar with the subspace eddies and had developed techniques for firing [[photon torpedo]]es (and, eventually, disruptors) provided a huge advantage. In the end, Klag's forces won, General Talak was killed, and Chancellor [[Martok]] himself arrived at San-Tarah, where he commended Klag for his actions. It was a destructive battle though, and out of the seventeen ships engaged in battle, only six survived and nearly all would need extensive repairs afterward.
 
The two fleets engaged in battle over San-Tarah. The fact that Klag was familiar with the subspace eddies and had developed techniques for firing [[photon torpedo]]es (and, eventually, disruptors) provided a huge advantage. In the end, Klag's forces won, General Talak was killed, and Chancellor [[Martok]] himself arrived at San-Tarah, where he commended Klag for his actions. It was a destructive battle though, and out of the seventeen ships engaged in battle, only six survived and nearly all would need extensive repairs afterward.
   
Following the battle, San-Tarah leader [[Me-Larr]] agreed that his planet would join the Empire. ({{n|GKN|{{dis1|Honor Bound|Gorkon novel}}}})
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Following the battle, San-Tarah leader [[Me-Larr]] agreed that his planet would join the Empire. ({{n|GKN|Honor Bound}})
   
 
Many Klingons then wished to travel to San-Tarah and participate in the Great Hunt that took place there. Klag considered joining them. ({{n|KE|A Burning House}})
 
Many Klingons then wished to travel to San-Tarah and participate in the Great Hunt that took place there. Klag considered joining them. ({{n|KE|A Burning House}})
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