The Kazakh-Dzungar Wars were a series of long conflicts between the Kazakh Hordebricks and Dzungar Khanateball. The purpose for Dzungar Khanateball was to increase his clay by taking neighboring lands that were part of the Kazakh Khanatebrick so he could be like his father, Mongol Empireball. Because of constant wars between Kazakh Khanatebrick and Qingball, 90% of Dzungar Khanateballs were killed by Qingball as a revenge.
Kazakh Khanatebrick had constant problems with the Four Oiratball raiding his clay, however, it wasn't necessarily a big issue until when Four Oiratball became Dzungar Khanateball and in 1643, he attacked Kazakh Khanatebrick who managed to defend successfully his clay. That was, until Dzungar Khanateball's campaign in 1710–1719 where Kazakh Khanatebrick really began to lose where his fellow bricks began disputing and disagreeing with each other. Because of this, they split up into three different tribes called Júzes which were Junior Hordebrick, Middle Hordebrick, and Senior Hordebrick. To make matters worse, Dzungar Khanateball kidnapped Swedenball who introduced him the invention of firearms and artillery in which he began using them. This made Kazakh Khanatebrick inferior who was still using bows and spears. In 1723, Dzungar Khanateball established truce with Qingball, this allowed him to focus more against Kazakh Khanatebrick who was fleeing farther away, closer to Kalmyk Khanateball and Russian Empireball where he exchanged clay in return for protection. Although he didn't get none, the Dzungar Khanateball got into another conflict with Qingball in 1726. This gave chance for Kazakh Khanatebrick to reunite with his other Hordebricks and win a major victory at Ańyraqaı in 1730. However, they had disagreements and disputes again that made them leave each again. After making another peace with Qingball, Dzungar Khanateball invaded Kazakh Khanatebrick in 1739 again. Kazakh Khanatebrick later on reunited with the Hordebricks and managed to finally resist the Dzungar Khanateball. He agreed to peace in 1741. Shortly after that, the Dzungar Khanateball had a civil war. This gave the opportunity for Qingball to take clay when he invaded in 1755. Kazakh Khanatebrick offered help to Dzungar Khanateball, but after seeing no hope, he took other part of his clay in 1756. Majority Dzungar Khanateballs were killed by Qingball, the rest fled mostly to Kalmyk Khanateball.