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Generally held to be responsible for the defeat of the Empress [[Marava]] in the [[Battle of Sulgami]], [[620]], by [[Ivan]], who was subsequently proclaimed Emperor. Beauregard was commanding a [[Fleet Carrier]] in the Reserve Division when, through enemy action, command of the Division passed to him owing to seniority. When a large force of Ivan's [[Strike Cruiser]]s broke through the main line, Beauregard jumped his ship to safety and left the Division temporarily leaderless. Marava's position became untenable, and she ordered a wholesale retreat. Beauregard afterward claimed he had undergone a 'religious experience' during the battle, and wisely chose to quit the {{Imperium}} before an organized pursuit could be mounted. Though connected with certain acts of piracy along the Outrim, his final destination and fate remain mysteries.
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Generally held to be responsible for the defeat of the Empress [[Marava]] in the [[Battle of Sulgami]], [[620]], by [[Ivan]], who was subsequently proclaimed Emperor. Beauregard was commanding a [[Fleet Carrier]] in the Reserve Division when, through enemy action, command of the Division passed to him owing to seniority. When a large force of Ivan's [[Strike Cruisers]] broke through the main line, Beauregard jumped his ship to safety and left the Division temporarily leaderless. Marava's position became untenable, and she ordered a wholesale retreat. Beauregard afterward claimed he had undergone a 'religious experience' during the battle, and wisely chose to quit the {{Imperium}} before an organized pursuit could be mounted. Though connected with certain acts of piracy along the Outrim, his final destination and fate remain mysteries.
  
  

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