Parabocan War

Parabocan War
DateJanuary 5th, 1871 - May 17th, 1876
Zamastan, Quetana, Parajos Islands
Result Dissipation of Parabocan Empire, Zamastanian annexation of Quetana and Parajos Islands, reaffirmed Zamastan sovereignty
  • Paraboca
  • Commanders and leaders



    • Alonzo Ruiz

    United States

    • Ulysses S. Grant

    Rio Palitos

    • Randallio Randijo


    • Manuelo Cardoza
  • Zamastan - 2,882,000
  • Chanchajilla - 900,000
  • United States - 730,000
  • Rio Palitos - 320,000
  • Paraboca - 3,597,000
  • Casualties and losses
  • Zamastan - 43,332 Military Killed, 130,000 Injured, 1,060 MIA
  • Chanchajilla - 14,838 Killed, 60,000 Injured, 278 MIA
  • United States - 1,022 Killed, 9,200 Injured, 63 MIA
  • Rio Palitos - 3,928 Killed, 12,000 Injured, 10 MIA
  • Paraboca - 172,939 Killed, 290,000 Injured, 7,000 MIA
  • The Parabocan War, also known as the Invasion of Zamastan and the Parabocan Incursion was a military conflict which involved the Empire of Paraboca invading the south-west coast of Zamastan in 1871 in a continuation of their military conquests, with heavy fighting in major population centers around the nation until the addition of allies like the United States, the Commonwealth of Chanchajilla, and Los Isles de Rio Palitos created the conditions possible to drive the Parabocan forces out after four years of near stalemate land-warfare in 1875. The remainder of the war was primarily fought at sea and island hopping the nation of Rio Palitos. The war tested Zamastan's small army by promoting the first draft of soldiers and the concern of being conquered by a foreign power. Hundreds of thousands of soldiers were killed from both sides, and the death toll for civilians in Zamastan and Rio Parajos was also staggering, as the Parabocan soldiers were notoriously violent. When the war ended, Paraboca went into political upheaval and turmoil, leading to the collapse of the nation in 1879, three years after the war ended.