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Calormene Conquest
Narnian year: 2555
Previous Conflict: False Aslan Affair
Next Conflict: none, last major conflict in Narnia



"So Narnia is no more. "
―King Tirian, upon learning of the Cair Paravel Massacre.[src]

The Calormene Conquest of the nation Narnia and persumably the subsequent conquest of the rest of her empire, was the final conflict to occur in the World of Narnia, in the Narnian-year 2555, ending at the famous Battle of Stable Hill.

The planning of the conquest was, perhaps, the greatest conspiracy in Narnian history. While a "False Aslan" roamed the countryside, a lone ape, Shift, was plotting with Rishda Tarkaan, a relative of the unnamed Calormene Tisroc at the time, to capture the nation for the Calormene Empire. The False Aslan's large cult-following pulled Narnia's King Tirian away from his castle at Cair Paravel to discover the true identity of the impostor.

Shift communicated with the Tisroc throughout the False Aslan affair, ultimately leading to the fall of the Narnian capital with Tirian away from his castle in the Cair Paravel Massacre. It is unknown if the royal Army of Narnia was even warned in advance to defend the castle, as the assault appeared to be a complete surprise attack on the capital.

Upon hearing news of the massacre, King Tirian painfully announced that Narnia was no more, and with a small number of troops continued on to fight to the death in Tirian's and Jewel's "Last Stand", in which Tirian called "Narnia's Darkest Days". Just as the Calormenes were on the brink of victory, Aslan called for the world Narnia to be destroyed in the end of it.

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