UNKNOWN - 1.667 A.S.

gfx gfx
About this Time Table
his page accumulates all events currently known in the whole world of Caelereth in one single time table. Please be aware that this comprehensive table may take a while to load due to its enormous size. The table was put together mainly for development purposes, which is also why you see the various allocations to the history categories (tribes, places, organizations etc.) mentioned below each event. If you click on an allocation, another window will open to display that specific history table and the dates on both tables will be synchronized.

gfx gfx
(UNKNOWN - 15.000 B.S.)
Avanian Faith
The High Goddess Avá - The Dream of Dreams
Avá the Beautiful
According to the elven myth as recounted in the Cárpa'dosía ("Books of the Beginnings") the High Goddess Avá the Beautiful, the One, dreams the Dream of the world, a Beginning which is Origin and End all in one. The elves therefore believe that there is no beginning and end of existence as we know it, but that everything has always been and will always be in that one instant of Avá's dreaming, the moment that is Eternity. Everything that exists, exists at the same time, yet it only appears differently for those experiencing the dream.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Aeolía - The Thoughts of Avá
What is created first in the Dream of the High Goddess are the Thoughts of Avá, the Ideas, the "Ways of Being" as some elves call it, the "Aoelía". Through the Aeoliá of the Dream of Dreams Avá would perceive more and more that She indeed becomes Another of Herself.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Aér'ai'chanía - The Rise of the Elements
Out of the Thoughts, the Aeolía, of Avá the four Elements ("Aér'ai'chanía") arise, the substances out of which everything else would be made of: Wind ("Avásh"), the element that is closest to the Aeolía and Earth ("Mód"), its opposite, and the Elements that stand in between these counterparts - Fire ("Efér", Earth as the desire to become Wind) and Water ("Már", the Wind's desire to become Earth).
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Aviaría - The Gods that sprang from the Auratic Winds
The Elements that come from the Thoughts of Avá however differ from the initial Thoughts of the One, turning into something of their own that is distinctly other and alien to the Aeolía. Yet the Aeolía have an inherent desire to work against the chaos that spreads in order to reflect the picture of Avá from which they had sprung themselves. Thus out of the Auratic Winds three dominating spirits arise for each element, each one representing a spirit that marks a link between an Element and the other three Elements. And so the Twelve Aviaría come into the world, the High Spirits and Guides, those who some races would later on refer to as the "Gods".
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The World of Aér'aí'chán - The Shaping of the Elements
The Shaping of the Elements
As the Gods become aware of themselves, they enjoy their bliss, and while doing so shape the world of Caelereth, as unguided the Elements are drifting into chaos. Out of the Elements ("Aér'aí'chanía", lit. "the Very-First-of-All"), the world is formed, which the elves know as "Aér'aí'chan".

One big land mass is formed by the Earth Gods, which is known as "Mène'chrónn" ("paradise island"). The sea that surrounds it is formed by the Water Gods, the skies by the Wind Gods and the sun and the moon by the Fire Gods. The Auratic Winds stay close to the Elements and live inside them, while the Darkwinds gather around Caelereth and obstruct it from the Void, wherein Avá is dreaming.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Xeuá and the Ecuá - The Auratic Winds and the Darkwinds
Confronted with each other, the Elements form connections among themselves that tie the Thoughts of Avá, the Aeolía, into existence. Such a connection would later be called the "Xeuá" by the elves (the "In-Between", the "Mediator", also referred to as the "Spirit" or the "Aura").

The Aeolía that connect the Elements are called the "Auratic Winds" and their movement is known as the "Ahm" (speaking, active). But there are forces already within the Aeolía, which counter the Auratic Winds, the so-called "Darkwinds", and their movement is called "Soór" (passive, responding). While the Auratic Winds seek harmony and link the Elements together, the Darkwinds work against said linkage, disrupt it and try to undo the power of the Xeuá. The disruptive force of the Darkwinds would be known as the "Ecuá".
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Cár'alýr - The Rain of Life
As the Aviaría join together to view how they shaped the world, heavy clouds blacken the sky that was once brightly lit by the sun and the moon. A storm forms, out of which the Rain of Life falls down on the creation that is Aér'ai'chán. It falls on the Elements and from the Elements there emerge plants and creatures inspired by the spirit contained in the divine rain.
Allocations: Astyrhim Elves ("Light Elves"); Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Eu'reoll - The Blossoming of the Tree of Life
Every single life of the inspired that would come into existence inspired by the Rain of Life is represented as a leaf on the Tree of Life. Said tree grows in the very center of the great island of Mène'chrónn, and it would be called "Eu'reoll" ("She [who is] giving [life]"). Eu'reoll was huge as she reached deep into the sky and her leaves were endless and shimmering in the most diverse colours - green, white, red, yellow, gold, silver, adamant and many other colours.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Creation of the High Avá'ránn, Guardian of the Tree of Life
When the first drop of the Rain of Life mingle with the first breath of Wind, both are breathing in the other's essence and find each other pleasing. There emerges from this joyous union the first elf and the most beautiful of all the races to come - she who is the "Avá'ránn", she who is said to be Avá's silent representative on the world of Aér'aí'chán, the High Goddesses immortal presence. As there will be more representative of Avá later, the first Avá'ránn would also be referred to as the "High Avá'ránn".

It is said that the High Ava'ránn has to stay within the boundaries of the forest where Eu'reóll, the Tree of Life, is located until the Dream of Avá ends. It is her task to guard the Tree in her true spiritual form, which is that of pure light, however she retains the ability to manifest a corporeal shape if needed.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Appearance of Melór, the Messenger
Melór, the Messenger
As the High Avá'ránn takes her first step upon the newly awakened world, the Injèrá acknowleges the birth of Avá's elven sister on Aér'aí'chán. For Foiros created the Injèrá in the image and of praise to Avá - and to see the High Avá'ránn is to know the shard-thin reflection of the glory of Avá, by blazing brighter and brighter until the brilliant rays hurt the elf's eyes and she takes shelter beneath the life-giving shade of Eu'reoll, the Tree of Life. As she did, the first shadow is cast upon the world and in that moment, within the High Avá'ránn's shadow, the Rain of Life joins with the Element Wind for a second time, and thus is born the second of the elven race and his name is Melór. He is known as the first of the Axhái, the Elder Elves, and only the High Avá'ránn is more ancient than he.

As Melór opens his eyes, the first thing which fills his senses is the presence of the High Avá'ránn and he knows then he will forever be a shadow-self of a shadow, a mirror within a mirror, and that he is bound to her eternally until the end of existence. Though not lovers, it is said that the two elves share the same soul and breath and their bond is as deep and unbreakable as Avá's love for all her Children.

Melór's task is to be the eyes for the elven Queen, who is unable to leave the Thaelon for she is the chosen Guardian of Eu'reoll. Melór brings news and information gathered in his travels back to her and because of this, there is nothing which happens in Aér'ai'chán that escapes the High Avá'ránn's attention.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Arrival of the Caoía, the Children of Avá
The Children
Finally whole races are born out of the Tree of Life, one of them emerging from the Element of Wind which would later on be called the "Elves". The race of the Earth would be called the "Dwarves", the race of Water would be known as the "Humans" and finally the race of the "Fire" would be called the orcs. All of the races resemble the elements they spring from closest - the elves are light and translucent, the dwarves heavy and sturdy, like the stone they are created from. Fire boils in the orcish blood and the humans are fickle and unresting like the Water that is in their blood.

However, these elemental races described in the "Cárpa'dosía" are just the initial four main races in the world of Aér'ai'chán. Others are created being a mixture of elements, which also gained Spirit from the Rain of Life, among them the trolls, the halflings and even the tiny Brownies - and many others as well.

All the races - elves, dwarves, humans, orcs and minor races alike - gather before the Tree and worshipped her, and there are feasts and bliss for a long time.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Creation of the Axhái, the Elder Elves
The Shadow of the High Avá'ránn, Melór, is not the only one that is known as an Elder to the elves, an Axhái. It is written that from the last drops of Rain of Life to fall through the sky several more are created, who are wiser and closer in thought to Avá than everyone else and would follow the High Avá'ránn in the coming centuries, yes even millenia. The Axhái, of which there are twelve with Melór included, are sent out to join the Children, to bring them unique gifts and to write down the Cárpa'dosía, so that the Children might sing their praise to Avá the Beautiful, Dreamer of All.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Four, the Last of the Axhái
Among the Axhái, the Elder Elves, are those as well, who would later be known as "The Four": Daltelár, Saol'lian, Ioawlen and Vai'linai, who are closest to the High Avá'ránn, for their grace set them apart from the other eight. The High Avá'ránn sends them out into the physical world, granting them all physical form more beautiful than most of the mortal race had ever seen. She sends them far from the Thaelon to teach the races of corporeal form the nature of their being. Of the four the eldest and the youngest Daltelár and Vai'linai are the fairest.

While most Axhái are meant to stay with the Children, the Four agree to meet back at the Thaelon every fifty leaf falls and later on would bring with them the Wood Elves. So they created the High Elven Council.
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Peaceful Life of the Races in Mène'chrónn
Life in Aér'ai'chán is peaceful for a very long time and the gathering of the races under the wonderous Tree of Life has become an important rite. While dozens of tribes are already developing and spreading across the vast lands of Aér'ai'chán, orc and elf, dwarf and man, Brownie and hobbit tolerate each other's differences and enjoy their lives together. Every now and then they come back together and accumulate under the Tree, worshipping the wonder of life.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Gifts of the Axhái to the Children
The Axhái, the Elder Elves, not only wrtie and bring the Cárpa'dosía - the lore dealing with their creation - to the firstborn, the elves, but they also bring gifts to the Children. Thus it is said that the Children learn to dream themselves as Avá did, how the races got to know the fascination that lies in music and how the elves begin to practice the art that humans would forever long to master themselves - magic.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Night of Cárpi'coór and the Burning of the Tree of Life
But one night, when the races sit together under the Tree and are singing beautiful songs everything changes suddenly. This night would become known as "Cárpi'coór" later on, the "Beginning (of all) Night". And indeed, this night should become the beginning of the Great Night, the Dusk of All.

As out of nowhere a sudden thunderstorm arises in the skies, just the way it happened when the Tree of Life sprang began to sprout. Yet this time a dark shadow comes out of the night as if the shadow is the embodied night itself. The seas flood the lands and fires emerge from the earth, a terrible wind destroys many of the settlements that are already established by the hard labour of the races. Lightnings shoot out of the dark clouds and inflame Eu'reoll, the Tree of Life.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Genesis of Dragonkind
The Adamant Dragons
Thousands of leaves representing precious lives burn or are torn from their branches, fall to the ground, and as they sail downwards the lives contained within try to escape their fate, try to fly away. And indeed, some of the burning leaves form wings, but the souls of these creatures remain lost. They are not bound to the cylce of the Tree of Life anymore and therefore these creatures become immortal, later on they would be called the "Adamant Dragons". There evolve other kinds of dragons too, as many leaves drop into the seas or on the earth, others are just torn away from their branches but the fire hasn't caught them.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Forming of the Continents and the Flight of the Races
The races flee the burning Tree of Life in all directions, even leaving the land and sailing out to the seas to find peaceful isles. Earthquakes shatter Mène'chrónn and finally the four continents and many additional isles are shaped when Mène'chrónn breaks apart.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The O'kroi - The Beginning of the Everlasting War
Indeed the Tree of Life is not destroyed, but it has burned to half as the turmoil ceases. The Gods are taken aback by the happenings as is Avá Herself. Terrified from the view of the burned Tree the Gods hide the Tree of Life from the eyes of the races - although it is written in the Cárpa'dsoía that the Tree still remains on the same place, though it will only be visible to the light-elves in the future.

Puzzled Avá looks out into the universe, sensing the unspeakable answer, but still not willing to accept it. Finally she asks the ultimate question to the world that has sprung from her: "Is it all me?" All she hears is her echo, but in her echo she feels a deep, terrific voice, the voice of the Night, of Evil and Death. And as she looks at the world again she recognizes in an apocalyptic vision that the face of the world is the face of a gigantic demon. Perceiving that the world She's dreaming of indeed is the contrary picture of Herself and not Herself She realizes that Her goodness can only be perceived through the evil and her beauty only through the ugly. Her only comfort lies in her Thoughts of freedom that the races are born with - to decide between the main principles, good and evil.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith Avá's most Terrifying Thought
Proud of her creations but nevertheless disappointed with the outcome of her Dream Avá thinks about waking up from the Dream, destroying everything She has accomplished. But She cannot. For there is one Thought in Her heart she cannot cope with: The Thought that She cannot awake, because She is just the Dream of another. There is only one very vague hint indicated by Avá's last expressed Thought that this other might be Her supposed creation itself...
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith Avá's leaving of the World and the Rise of Esh-Avá (Coór)
Coór the Shadow
As the Dreamer of the world, Avá the Mother of All, turns away from the world, "Coór" (or "Esh-Avá", meaning the "False Avá") begins the eternal battle with the creation that once was the peaceful Aér'ai'chán. Coór has been there from the beginning of time, as he is the All the Mother of All has created, but his manifestion happens the first time at Cárpi'coór, when the worshipping of life and beauty has reached its summit.

Coór now gathers the lost high spirits, the Darkwinds or "Coór'enín" (meaning "the Many" or "those who are being dark"), around Himself to support his intention of destroying the world. Coór does not dominate the world instantly once Avá leaves, but his dark seed is planted. Many wars will follow on all continents due to Coór's dark machinations, and the fight between Avá's followers and Coór's shall last until the end of time, when the Dream of Avá begins and ends.
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
Avanian Faith The Darkness of Melór'aí'chán - Coór forms the Netherworlds
Coór is said to manifest Himself in the Netherworlds ("Melór'aí'chán"), which the humans claim to be on the other side of the known world, from where he influences existence as we know it. Some stories even claim that for each child being born in our world, a shadow comes to life in the depths below us and that the destinies of these two existences is tied together forever. Others say that when someone dies in our world his or her soul may fall back into the Netherworlds and be reborn there (and the other way round). Others say that the demons of Coór are only in our minds, the true place of Melór'aí'chán...
Allocations: Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)
(YEARS 15.000 B.S. - 14.000 B.S.)
ca. 15000 b.S.
to 5800 b.S.
The Great Exodus (aka The Exodus of the Seven Tribes)
The Aestera, the Lillivear, the Evalaris, the Viaquis, the Arath, the Qualaris and the Sharosar flee in desperation from the Chosen, Menemronn the Purple and wander aimlessly around Nybelmar.
Allocations: Aestera Men; Arath Men; Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Krean Men; Lillivear Men; Nybelmar, West; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men
ca. 15000 b.S. Doimo in the Naezshan Zhunith
The Doimo tribes arrive in the Naezshan Zhunith and the surrounding lands.
Allocations: Doimo Men; Nybelmar, West
The Era of Harmony
The Kaýr are possibly part of the Astyrhim and part of those elves lateron becoming woodelves. Nothing is known about that age and the little that is, is not much more than myth.
Allocations: Paélrhem Elves ("Cloud Elves")
The Era of Harmony
The Kaýr are possibly part of the Astyrhim and part of those elves lateron becoming woodelves. Nothing is known about that age and the little that is, is not much more than myth.
Allocations: Astyrhim Elves ("Light Elves"); Kaýrrhem Elves; Paélrhem Elves ("Cloud Elves")
ca. 15000 b.S.
to 12000 b.S.
The Era of Bartering
The Kaýr start to form an own faction of the elves. They see the concept of Fá'áv'cál'âr as the wrong way to reinstall the Dream. In their eyes Coór has already sewn his dark seeds and the elves should thus keep pure by following what they've learnt under the Tree of Life. The Kaýr wander off into regions far away from Fá'áv'cál'âr seeking their own way to the truth of the Dream.
Allocations: Kaýrrhem Elves; Paélrhem Elves ("Cloud Elves")

ca. 14900 b.S. The Origins of the Quaelhoirhim Elves
There are many different versions of how the tribe of the first wood elves comes to be. One popular myth is the Cárpa'ál'wievóc (translated from Styrásh meaning "The Beginning of Destiny"), common also to the Ylfferhim. What is believed confirmed by the Quaelhoirhim themselves through these mythical narrations is that the tribe descends of light elves that are trapped in physical form after the burning of Eú'reóll, the Tree of Life, and choose not to return to the Thaelon to reclaim their wind forms, but to stay in the forests.
Allocations: Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Thaelon Forest

(YEARS 14.000 B.S. - 13.000 B.S.)
ca. 14000 b.S.
to 11900 b.S.
Rise and Fall of Fá'áv'cál'âr
The great elven empire in Fá'áv'cál'âr is established and thrives.
Allocations: Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South
ca. 14000 b.S.
Avanian Faith Twelvern Faith
The Elves as the Guides through the Times of Sorrow
After the recent cataclysmic events - the splitting of the land, the enduring earthquakes, erupting volcanoes and floods - uncertainty spreads among the races. They disperse all over the lands, following different leaders, and thus a multitude of tribes develops in the course of time, each one with its own goal and destiny. Many of those who are uncertain follow the elves however, who move north and promise that their faith and trust in Avá, the Dreamer of All, will help them overcome these difficult times.
Allocations: Astyrhim Elves ("Light Elves"); Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven); Myth: Twelvern Faith (Human)
Avanian Faith The Astyrhim Elves become the Guardians of the Thaelon
Only a few stay behind where the Tree if Life once stood - these are the purest of all elves, the Light Elves of the Astyrhim. They know that the Tree is still there, but only for those who are pure in their hearts and minds. And indeed, it is said that it is due to the persistent presence of the Tree of Life and due to the help of the light elves a huge forest grows around the spot in the following millenia, serving to protect the "Sálen'seiá" ("Silent Heaven") as the Astyrhim use to call the place where the Tree of Life stands. The Astyrhim themselves occupy the "Ó'phyría" ("Everlasting High Woods"), the magnificent innermost parts of the huge forest, which to most people is known as the "Thaelon" ("Sancturay Wood"), a place that nowadays can be found located in Northern Santharia.
Allocations: Astyrhim Elves ("Light Elves"); Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)

ca. 13950 b.S.
to 13350 b.S.

Avanian Faith Twelvern Faith
The Birth of the Ancient Elven Empire of Fá'áv'cál'âr
A settlement forms finally at a place which seems blessed with beauty, a place, that is devoted to the worship of the High Goddess Avá and all of Her creations. Elves take the lead, and desperate for alternatives, the humans, the orcs and several minor races join them to reestablish a tight-knit community as it had been before. Only the dwarves refuse strictly to follow the elves and create their own realms under the mountains.

Over the following centuries the once small settlement grows and grows and turns into a proud and thriving empire, which would be known as "Fá'áv'cál'âr" ("Blessed Land of Avá"), with its magnificent capital bearing the name "Fá'áv'dárím" ("City of Avá").
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven); Myth: Twelvern Faith (Human)

ca. 13350 b.S.
Avanian Faith
The self-proclaimed "Daughter of Avá", Kásh'áv'taylá, Ránn of Fá'áv'cál'âr
Centuries pass with the elves, humans and orcs living in harmony in Fá'áv'cál'âr. Eventually, the elven Ránn known as Kásh'áv'taylá in the books of history comes to power, who is quite righteous in her belief that Avá is the only true God deserving of worship. Kásh'áv'taylá slowly steers the elves away from the other Gods, who have created the world in Avá's name, but exist themselves only because of Avá's Dream.

Her obession to eliminate other idols except Avá culminates in the banning of the temples dedicated to the Gods. In her name also the execution of some of the Axhái is ordered, who traded the word of the High Avá'ránn to the Children.
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)

13330 b.S.
Avanian Faith
The Descent of the Gods upon Fá'áv'cál'âr
The Gods become irritated with the machinations of the Ránn Kásh'áv'taylá, plotting against them, as they still see themselves as the representatives of the Dreameress.

Left alone with the creation Avá has abandoned, the Spirits of the Gods come down on the Disk and walk it like the Children they had created themselves to see why the Children turned away from them. Yet they don't reign on the Disk like emperors do, but they come upon the world as visitors, Children among Children, in form of elves, just as the first Children looked like - and they are hoping that the Children will worship them again and find Avá through them in their hearts and become as She was. Instead, the Gods learn that they've become more and more forgotten and that Coór has already darkened the sky over Fá'áv'cál'âr.
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)

ca. 13280 b.S.
Avanian Faith
The Seed of Evil and the Armies of Armeros
The elves more and more shun the Gods. Some avid followers of Kásh'áv'taylá dedicate themselves to the worship of Avá instead, others acknowledge that Avá has left the Disk for good, giving the Children free reign - and thus many of them only pay lip service to their faith and act different, or they openly reject all Gods and leave Fá'áv'cál'âr, disillusioned. Many of those pay their heresy with their lives as Kásh'áv'taylá orders the persecution of the unfaithful.

Soon the Gods who witness the anarchic tendencies grow furious about Avá's Children as Coór's seed grows in them as well. Finally, Armeros, mighty God of War rallies forces against Kásh'áv'taylá. The first to rebel are the orcs, who assault and destroy one of the units of the Ránn's elite elven rangers. The elves are hard pressed to keep control of their empire, but in the end they beat back the masses with little room for mercy of any sort.

But Armeros' action only has the opposite effect on the elves. The attacks against them make them feel all the more justified in their lone worship of Avá. Their hubris reaches a point such that they decide that the disguised Gods and leaders of the revoltion must be both evil and heretics themselves for rebelling against the sons and daughters of the One. The elves also begin to discriminate against the other and so-called "lesser races", thinking of them as inferiors, believing that they are the chosen race of Avá.
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)

ca. 13250 b.S.
Avanian Faith
A Dark Elven Belief arises: Coórian Faith
A faction of elves begins to separate itself from the mainstream. Elves start praying to Coór in order to beg him for a sign to open the eyes for those elves who seem to have shut their eyes from the reality of the Dream. They know that the Gods have been forsaken and that they must appease them. But through this, they come to the conviction that alone, Avá is weak, and that She has left the world because another has taken her place. It is only through her other half that dominates reality, Coór, that She truly becomes the One whom they worship. Eventually, this belief - implying that Coór is the Goddess's true face - develops further, becoming a cult of sorts, eventually giving birth to the Coórian Faith.
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven); Myth: Coórian Faith (Dark Elven)

ca. 13240 b.S.
Avanian Faith
The Rage of the Gods and the Destruction of Fá'áv'cál'âr
The Destruction of Fá'áv'cál'âr
War is brewing. The clashes between orcish, human and elven forces more and more get out of hand and there is a lot of bloodshed. Kásh'áv'taylá hubris is unparalleled and feared all over the empire, which is shaking at its fundament.

Finally Queprur Herself, the Goddess of Death, who is still wandering the lands in elven form like all the other Gods, intervenes and appears on the steps of Fá'áv'cál'âr's capitol, Fá'áv'dárím. Singlehandedly, She walks through the city, setting fire to homes and smites many elves with Her scythe. Finally She reaches the palace of Kásh'áv'taylá and challenges the priestess and Ránn of the Empire.

But the battle is short. With one swift stroke, Queprur decapitates the elven Ránn. She impales the head upon a spike and sets it high upon the palace of Fá'áv'dárím. This horrible action divides the elven people even more. But the revenge of the Gods for the freedom of Avá's Children has only just begun. In the days that follow, Foiros rains down fire upon Fá'áv'cál'âr. Grothar, the God of Weather, and Baveras, the Goddess of the Sea and Water, flood the Empire. At this time the area of the once proud empire becomes an unbearable swampland, the whole city is scorched by fire and finally drowns in the sea.
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Myth: Avanian Faith (Elven)

ca. 13025 b.S. First Elves leave Fá'áv'cál'âr
The first elves who are not fond of war or struggle leave the elven kingdom of Fá'áv'cál'âr very early on, at least several dozen years before the soon to be Eophyrhim do so. These elves supposedly would become the Maeverhim tribe.
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Maeverhim Elves; Sarvonia, South

(YEARS 13.000 B.S. - 11.900 B.S.)
ca. 13000 b.S. Elven settlements in the Zeiphyrian Forest: The Quaelhoirhim
The first confirmed elven settlements in the Zeiphyrian Forest are built.
Allocations: Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Zeiphyrian Forest
Elven Myth: The Return of the Four
According to elven myth the Four, the teachers of the elves sent out by the High Avá'ránn, are called back again. One of them, Daltelár, however decides to stay with the elves of the Bolder and becomes their Ránn. She is the first Avaránn of the elven people.
Allocations: Aellenrhim Elves; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South
The Doimo discover Iron
The Doimo discover iron in the Great Holy Cave.
Allocations: Doimo Men; Nybelmar, West
13000 b.S. The Founding of Hobbitshire
Hobbitshire, the first shire of the halfling race, is settled by Harfuld the Green in what is now known as the Silvermarshes. Harfuld becomes the first Thain of the shire, which is home to several thousand hobbits. It flourishes.
Allocations: Halfings, Race

ca. 12900 b.S. Illustration of the Doimo Creation Myth
The Great Holy Cave is decorated with the myth of creation.
Allocations: Doimo Men; Nybelmar, West

ca. 12700 b.S. Explorers discover the Ice Tribes
Elven explorers from Fá'áv'cál'âr record the existence of minor and primitive human presence in the Icelands.
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Ice Tribes

ca. 12680 b.S. First Buildings on the Site of Elving
Proposed arrival of Vai'linai and Ioawlen. Vai'linai chooses to stay. She is not a Ránn as such, but a wise advisor to surrounding settlements.
Allocations: Elving, City; Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Zeiphyrian Forest

ca. 12650 b.S. Elven Settlers in the Sharadon: The Maeverhim
The Maeverhim ascend higher into the trees, roosting much like the birds they have become familiar with. Their selection makes it difficult for trade and relations, but the Maeverhim manage very well.
Allocations: Maeverhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Sharadon Forest

ca. 12030 b.S. The Reign of the Bone Queen
Little is known about this bloodthirsty elf, originally named Avásh'aelía, only that she rises to power during the last days of Fá'áv'cál'âr and is paramount in driving the races away from the ruined empire.
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South

ca. 12000 b.S. Arrival of the Nomads
The Shneerin population traces its forefathers back to the first settlers coming from the north to the Southern Sarvonian Continent. It is believed that a large number of Darian nomads settled down at the borders of the Auturian Woods and started to cultivate the land to their needs. Because of the relative size of the woods, this did not immediately result in disputes with the elves, though the later Avennorian colonists did have trouble with the firstborn race. Among their settlements was the hamlet Shneerin.
Allocations: Fields of Aurium; Shneerin, Hamlet
Trum-Baroll teaches the Dwarves
According to dwarven myth the Hammerlord Trum-Baroll gives the Thergerim the knowledge of hammer and anvil, and the lore of metal admixture.
Allocations: Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan")
ca. 12000 b.S.
to 10000 b.S.
The Ancestors of the Darklings leave the Birni Kingdom
The huge Brownie settlement in the Paeleon Forest breaks into fighting and squabbling. A large group decides to leave forever and try their luck elsewhere.
Allocations: Darkling Brownies ("Piscinites")
The Era of the Anvil
The dream of Fá'áv'cál'âr has ended. The races scatter over the lands and some of the elves flee to the Kaýr. While elves in other regions suffer under the pressure of the other, shortaged races of the Emerald Woods grow into a second elven realm outside the Thaelon reach a similar glory as Fá'áv'cál'âr though never striving for anything as impertinent as claiming to unite the races.
Allocations: Kaýrrhem Elves; Paélrhem Elves ("Cloud Elves")
(YEARS 11.900 B.S. - 10.000 B.S.)
ca. 11900 b.S.
to 11750 b.S.
The Great Sundering
After the destruction of Fá'áv'cál'âr and the ravaging of the lands, the races see that there is nothing left for them and go their separate ways. This is a time of vast migrations, the splitting of peoples and the population of large areas.
Allocations: Cyrathrhim Elves ("Gentle Tribe"); Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South
ca. 11900 b.S. The Cyrathrim Elves seek their Fate
The Cyrathrhim like many other peoples in the Great Sundering go their seperate ways, though the Cyrathrhim don't know where to go or what purpose they are to serve. At first they come across many peoples who have settled all the lands they came to. But they meet no other elves. They wander endlessly south believing they are the last. They are easy pickings for other races, prayed upon by orcs and humans, caught in the crossfire while the War of the Chosen rages on the continent about them.
Allocations: Cyrathrhim Elves ("Gentle Tribe"); Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South
The Elven Empire of Fá'áv'cál'âr Falls
According to elven myth, the elven empire of Fá'áv'cál'âr falls when the gods destroy it utterly. During this time, it is said that rebellious dark elves migrate north into Caael'heroth where they can worship Coór.
Allocations: Osthemangar, Mists
Exiled Elves in Northern Sarvonia
Many elven tribes think to have their tribal roots in the ruined elven empire. They believe that when the empire fell they were driven away from their homelands by the fearsome Avásh'aelía, the Bone Queen, because they would not follow her. They flee the watermarshes and wander as exiles in Northern Sarvonia.
Allocations: Cyrathrhim Elves ("Gentle Tribe"); Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South

ca. 11880 b.S. Elves leave Fá'áv'cál'âr heading East
The tribe soon to be know as the Cyhallrhim leaves Fá'áv'cál'âr as internal struggles begin tearing it apart. They travel east, as most of the tribes seem to be heading southward and eventually decide to move away from the lands of their disappointed hopes, crossing the sea in order to find an island where they intend to live on. The harsh conditions on the sea results in the fact that their features becoming more and more unique compared to other elves.
Allocations: Cyhalloi, Continent; Cyhallrhim Elves; Sarvonia, North
Orcs settle in the Peat Hills
After the fall of Fá'áv'cál'âr the ancestors of the Rhom-Oc settle in the Peat Hills for centuries in relative security isolated by the other races.
Allocations: Rhom-Oc Orcs; Sarvonia, North

ca. 11850 b.S. Dark Elves move South
Saban and Avásh'aelía, the notorious Bone Queen, take the dark elves south, in an attempt to find a new place to live.
Allocations: Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South
The Great Sundering
During the Great Sundering that follows the fall of Fá'áv'cál'âr some humans settle the Stone Fields of Peat, while some enter the Icelands and introduce the locals to fishing and the basics of metallurgy. However, because of the isolationism and conservationism of the Icemen they fail to introduce the locals to civilization.
Allocations: Ice Tribes

ca. 11750 b.S. Saban and Avásh'aelía split
Avásh'aelía and Saban have an argument on unknown matters. Avásh'aelía leaves Saban to return to Fá'áv'cá'lâr, while Saban continues south.
Allocations: Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South
The Birth of the Shadow Elves
Some elves do not join the exodus of Fá'áv'cál'âr, they remain in scattered pockets hidden in the decaying marshes. Then, Avásh'aelía returns from the south and gathers them into a people and places herself at their head. Thus the creation of a separate tribe took place, and in time a separate race of elves.
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Sarvonia, North; Shadow Elves
The Genesis of the Misfit Tribe: The Sophronians
The Sophronian tribe, ancestors of the people we know today as "Serphelorians", develops out of necessity after the destruction of Fá'áv'cál'âr and during the Great Sundering. It comprises the wives of slain leaders, the maimed, children, old and sick people. It is led by the wife of Agar, a slain calvary captain, named Sophronia the Foresighted One.
Allocations: Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
ca. 11750 b.S.
to 11550 b.S.
Sophronia's Journey with Minar
When Minar, the Calvary leader during the Great Sundering, moves with his calvary south to the coastal areas below the Prominent Mountains the Sophronians go along with him but for a price. Any male child who reaches the age of 16 years will be turned over to Minar's calvary.

Sophronia doesn't like the idea but consents as there are no other choices since the rest of the human tribes don't want them. They are finally given a parcel of land in the farthest southern border of the Mynian kingdom.
Allocations: Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

ca. 11705 b.S. Human Settlements around the Steppe of Kruswik: The Kyranians
Cyroan Thromgolin is an infantry lieutenant under the command of Dietych during the fall of Fá'áv'cál'âr and the subsequent separation of the races called the "Great Sundering". Along with some of his men and their families he settles amongst the Lower Fores, the Steppe of Kruswik, the Ilian Plateau and the Plains of Truoor.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South; Tyr Thromgolin, Dwarven Town

ca. 11700 b.S. Saban settles in the Paelelon
Saban and his followers, who call themselves the Eophyrhim ("Hunting Tribe"), settle in the Paelelon.
Allocations: Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Sarvonia, South
ca. 11700 b.S.
to 11.690
The Plateau Fortress Sheyaur Thromgolin
The leader of the Kruswik settlers, Cyroan 'Roan' Thromgolin, is a great tactician. For five years he plans and searches for the perfect place to build his castle, only to find it right under his nose. Finally he chooses the top of the Ilian Plateau, taking advantage of the height which allows him to watch his surroundings and prevent enemies from sneaking up on him.

He builds his fortress with defense in mind, wisely using some of the oldest tactics for defense and improving on them. It takes him and his men ten long years to get the magnificent fortress built and when it was finished it was a sight to behold. What impresses the people more than the castle is the fact that their leader works beside them and put in as much effort, if not more, into the building of the castle and his kingdom.

Cyroan builds five towers surrounding the main keep, all made of granite and marble. The massive towers are tipped with silver and gold so that anyone in his kingdom can look up and see his citadel and have hope. He calls his fortress "Sheyaur".

During the building of his stronghold, he orders the plateau cleared of any bush or tree to give his men a clear killing field. He realizes that archers are one of his best defenses and he trains them extremely well. He also manages to improve the bows and arrows they use. Cyroan passes on his knowledge and dream to his successors. His followers continue to improve and refine his basic strategies and tactics.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South; Tyr Thromgolin, Dwarven Town
ca. 11700 b.S. Kurak's Magic Anvil
Kurak the Magesmith creates his magic anvil. Vurag of Imlith steals the anvil and hides in the Prominent Mountains.
Allocations: Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan")
Dark Elves and Orcs Migrate North
Dark elves and orcs migrate north together to Caaehl'heroth to conquer unknown lands. The dark elves prove superior and no longer share power with the orcs and begin enslaving them to be used as laborers and mercenaries. The orcs call themselves the Ae'es'th'er'oc clan and become subjugated under dark elven rule for the next several centuries.
Allocations: Cort'Mangar, Ruins; Sarvonia, North

ca. 11690 b.S.
to 9550 b.S.
The Kingdom of Towers: Kyrania
During all these years of the Kingdom of Towers (almost 1400 years), the Kyranians grow, live in relative peace with their neighbours, the "Horsemen" (later on called the Centoraurians), the Caltharians and Erpheronians, who had come along with them from the north and settled near their borders. They are to their west and northwest. The Caltharians settle up in the northern and northeastern Fores. The Erpheronians settle east and northeast of them. However, as is inevitable, peace is a fleeting thing. Border disputes, mineral rights and grazing rights arise in the course of time. Grazing disputes are most common with the Horsemen and mineral rights with the Erpheronian and Caltharian kingdoms.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South

ca. 11580 b.S. Sophronia leads her tribe

11570 b.S. Sophronia's Speech

ca. 11550 b.S. The Foresighted One's Legacy: The Death of Sophronia
Sophronia with no young men to protect the tribe trains the women and daughters. They become very good horsewomen and develop weapons and techniques that suit them well.

When the orcish Ashz-oc tribe descend down from the Prominent Mountains her tribe fights with distinction but the orcs are too much and finally destroy the Mynian Kingdom, the remnants of the kingdom along with the remnants of Sophronia's tribe flee across the Liben River. Sophronia herself dies during the war with the orcs. It is decided that the eldest daughter of Sophronia will rule and lead the tribe. Her name is Alala, the "War Goddess".
Allocations: Ashz-Oc Orcs ("Noble Orcs"); Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
ca. 11550 b.S.
to 11470 b.S.
Alala's Journey to the Celeste Lowlands
Alala leads the tribe south the the Celeste Lowlands. There she continues to train her women warriors. The Sophronians have fights and battles with the dark elves, orcs and human tribes. They replenish their progeny by capturing human males, bed them, then release them back to the village where they were captured. If they have male children from these captures they are given back to the village, however if they are female they are kept and trained. Still Alala honours her mother's legacy and any maimed, invalids, or old people whether male or female who want to join are allowed to. Various of their children are sired by some of the maimed and invalid males in her tribe. Alala dies leaving her legacy with her daughter Desdeme, the "Ill Fated One".
Allocations: Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

ca. 11500 b.S. The Deep Winds Portal is Built
Accounts are few and much of the origins of the tower is steeped in myth, but it is generally believed by some scholars that the tower of Osthemangar was built sometime after Fá'áv'cál'âr was destroyed and the elves moved north. The exact nature of the construction is not known, but some believe that dark dwarves had a hand in it. Most likely, the portal was built as a means for the dark god Coór to enter the world of Caelereth, bringing forth his dark armies with him.

The Mists is believed to have come about at this time also. Once the portal was opened, the Netherworld atmosphere seeped into the world corrupting it.
Allocations: Cort'Mangar, Ruins; Osthemangar, Mists; Osthemangar, Portal; Sarvonia, North

ca. 11470 b.S.
to 11130 b.S.
Journey of the Desdeme, the Ill Fated One
Desdeme, after being harassed so much by others, decides to once again move her tribe, the Sophronians, south. This takes them close to the Hovel Frond Forest and they are constantly at battle with the elves who live in that area. Finally Desdeme leads her tribe across the dangerous Dragon's Maw in which she sees a lot of her people lost to the dragons. Finally she manages to cross the mountains and settles in the Tandala Highlands. She dies shortly thereafter. Her daughter Kairos, "Raven Haired Beauty", is taking over the leadership.
Allocations: Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

ca. 11440 b.S. Settling of Elves in Cyhalloian Territory
It lasts centuries until elves seem to make their home in one of the remote islands of Cyhalloi, various indicators point to the fact that these elves are descendants from people who once left Sarvonia by ship heading east.

Conditions back then on Cyhalloi seem to not have been as unforboding as they are today. The elves become nomadic and live in tents.
Allocations: Cyhalloi, Continent; Cyhallrhim Elves

ca. 11350 b.S. The Glandorian Expeditions south
Glandor of the Glandorians, the naval commander and new leader of the Glandorians and founder of the Port of Marglith (North Sarvonia) authorizes two ships to explore the lands and seas south of them. One ship is called the "Fijor Skull", and is captained by Drekem Leignolf. The other ship is named "Svarring Joling", captained by a man called Troi Ciosa.

They launch one late spring around the year 11350 b.S. Their voyages are supposed to last no more than a year. After prayers and sacrificing two children to appease their Goddess of the Sea they set sail. The "Fijor Skull" returns approximately five months later. They have found some land south of them, but no gold or anything else of value. The "Svarring Joling" never returns and is considered lost at sea by the Glandorians.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Ciosa, City; Glandorians; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South

ca. 11340 b.S. The Founding of Ciosa
The Glandorian Captain Troi Ciosa
Cpt. Troi Ciosa
After they have set sail from Glandor the ship "Svarring Joling" has a good journey for a while then a huge storm comes and blows them off course and way out to sea. Finally after years of sailing the crew sees land and heads for it. The ship runs aground on a hidden reef near a peninsula, which would later be known as "Gebl's Nose Cape".

Scuttling the damaged and sinking ship for supplies the group of explorers, men, women and children born at sea found and build a small settlement for themselves. They name it "Ciosa", after their captain and leader of their expedition. The top of the masts of the "Svarring" Joling can still be seen at low tide.

Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Ciosa, City; Glandorians; Sarvonia, South
11340 b.S. Darians eat 'decomposed' Milk
In the well-known "Report about the Founding of Ciosa" the Darians, the tribe which already lived in the lands which the Glandorians would later conquer, are often mentioned. They help the shipwrecked to get their town built. When several of these helpers become ill at the same time, complaining about pains in the stomach, the scribe not only mentions the delay of the building efforts due to the illness, but offers an explanation as well:

"These workers are fond of eating foul milk which has decomposed already into two parts: a strange white sticky mass and some muddy whitish water. But not only that, they process this stuff further - they let it sit for several months or even years! They call the resulting brown reeking balls 'Chiss', and cut them up to eat, quite often with tuberroots. No wonder they get a stomach ache!"

This might well be the first mentioning of curd cheese and certainly is the first mention of an aged cheese such as Brownieface (see above).

Other reports tell that for the first decades cheese is not eaten by the Glandorians for they associate it with the Darian - a weaker tribe which they are about to subjugate. "Cheese makes weak knees!" is a common saying. However, the cheese is in the end victorious, maybe because sweet curd wins the heart of the Glandorian children, especially that of Thorgeir's son Ciosaskun, the grandchild of Troi Ciosa. He makes cheese presentable and from then on the resistance of the Glandorians melts away, only a few of the old 'pure' family resist.
Allocations: Cheeses

ca. 11320 b.S. Troi Ciosa's Final Rest in the Deep Julin Barrows
Ciosa's dies approximately 20 cycles after the arrival at the suposedly newly discovered island in a late summer at age 73. He is interred at the foot of the so-called Mount Evermourn, part of the Caeytharin range. He rests in a proud, but scarcely ornamented stone mausoleum, far away actually from the town which bears his name. However, his resting place in this practically deserted area also stands for Ciosa's strong will and determination to master the odds and venture forth into inhospitable no-man's-land, which led the former Glandorians to a new home and undescribable wealth. At Ciosa's side a series of barrows is erected in the course of time, harbouring the remains of his successors and the most wealthy or famous Avennorians, who earned great merits for their people.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Ciosa, City; Glandorians; Sarvonia, South
Thorgeir's Naming of the Tribe
Ciosa's son Thorgeir is given leadership of the people. He names them the "Av'ennors" in the Glandorian tongue, which means the "Arrived Ones".
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Ciosa, City; Sarvonia, South

ca. 11300 b.S.
to 11110 b.S.
Shendar settle at the Narfost Plain
It is not known when the Shendar come first to the Narfost Plain. As long as they can think back they visit it during the spring when the young aj‘nuvics are ready for bonding and looking for a mate. Meh'met is a very old small Shendar settlement as well, its founding date is unclear, but it is surely older than Thaehavos, the later Bardavos.
Allocations: Bardavos, City of Artists; Narfost Plain; Sarvonia, South; Shendar Men ("Sand People")

ca. 11130 b.S.
to 11090 b.S.
Kairos' Journey to the Aurora Fields
After the Sophronians have lived peacefully for decades with the barbarians of the Tandala Highlands disputes grow between them and so Kairos moves her tribe south again.
Allocations: Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

ca. 11040 b.S.
to 10875 b.S.
Gaia's Journey to King's Hollow
The Sophronian leader Gaia leads the tribe to the Plains of Truoor. Her tribe fights with Saban II and his dark elves as they pass the Paelelon forest. Gaia is wounded mortally during one of those battles and her daughter Aiclia, the "Ethereal One", takes the rest of the tribe to the valley that now bears the name "King's Hollow". Here at last the Sophronians think that they find a place for them, but after decades of living there alas they are again despised and rejected by the human tribes who settle there and so the Sophronians move again.
Allocations: Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

11020 b.S. The Beginning of Sophronian Army: Alicia

ca. 11000 b.S. The Prophecy of Kairos
It is reported but not substantiated that during the Sophronian trek south when the tribe passes by the Thaelon Forest the leader Kairos, the "Raven Haired Beauty", enters the forest hunting for food. There she meets a strange wonderful elven woman and is told a prophecy. Kairos comes out of the forest forever changed.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe"); Thaelon Forest
The Tethinrhim Trek arrives at the Auturian Woods
When the Tethinrhim tribe (though they were not called so at the time), arrive in the Auturian Woods after their long trek south after the Great Sundering, almost the entire tribe, tired and hungry, feels that these woods look like a jungle, and are very uninviting. Ná'Pherán, Spiritual Guide of the Tethinrhim and the tribe's Ránn, however, has a vision that urges her to stay. She gave a speech to the elves that convince them to stay, and today is considered the sole reason this tribe of elves still exists in the Auturian Woods.
Allocations: Auturian Woods; Riá, Tethinrhim Capitol; Tethinrhim Elves ("Youth Tribe")
Settling of the Sophronians at the Aurora Fields
She leads her tribe to the Aurora Fields. There they will live peacefully with the other human tribes for several decades, until inevitably disputes over grazing rights and land would arise. Kairos dies during a few years after the arrival at the Aurora Field and her daughter Gaia, "Woman of Earth", takes over.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
The Sophronian Elsreth founds a new Town
The youngest daughter of the Sophronian leader Gaia, Elsreth, leaves the tribe. Tired of moving and fighting she and those of the tribe who share her feelings head east and found a small village with Elsreth's name.
Allocations: Elsreth, City; Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
The Creation of the Tethinrhim Riá
When Ná’Pherán, the Spiritual Leader of the Tethinrhim elves, sees the Auturian Woods, she asks the God to decide whether the tribe should stay at these woods or move on. After many long days of meditating, Ná’Pherán has a vision and eventually convinces the other tribe members to choose this place for a permanent settlement by altering the woods with powerful magic.

Calling upon the Gods and her own strong earth magic she has gained from her creators, Ná’Pherán transforms all the trees in the woods into a new type of plant - into trees we know today as "urban trees". This feat is perhaps the most famous in all Tethinrhim history, and it has been suggested that divine intervention, possibly from Queprur Herself, was needed to achieve it. In the spirit of Her gift, the elves name this powerful Guide their Ránn.

Ná’Pherán first action is to have the Kaerian warriors build the Riá, an enormous tree city in the center of the Auturian Woods. While only the Kaierian work on the housing of the Ránn, all the elves work together to build the surrounding houses. Around this time, several elven magi transform the Auturian Woods, in such a way that the urban tree in the center, the one made into the Riá, is the largest and the ones around it gradually decrease in height and width.
Allocations: Auturian Woods; Riá, Tethinrhim Capitol; Tethinrhim Elves ("Youth Tribe")
Invasion of the Dinali
The Dinali migrate and settle the Peninsula of Kru'ul and begin incursions into the Peninsula of Aden across the Ice Sea. They come into contact with the dark elves and Ae'es'th'er'oc. A war begins over territory as the human Dinali attempt to move east across the Aden Peninsula.
Allocations: Cort'Mangar, Ruins; Sarvonia, North

ca. 10880 b.S. The Maeverhim "Time of Wind"
In the following 2000 years after their arrival in the Sharadon, the Maeverhim begin to harness the wind to their benefit, inventing self-moving climb ropes, zip-lines, water collectors, and other gadgets that make the lives of the Maeverhim easier.
Allocations: Maeverhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Sharadon Forest

ca. 10665 b.S.
to 10540 b.S.
The Sophronian Patriarchal Years
Xylonia, being endowed with wisdom beyond her years and only having twin sons Talos and Eldron, claims them to the leaders of the tribe. There are many disputes among the women and those who disagree leave and go west continuing their nomadic and tribal ways. Eventually - after centuries, yes, even millenia - they found acceptance in the Eyelian people and villages forming there and mingle with them. It is reported that some of those Sophronians also become griffon riders for the Eyelian army. The rest of the tribe stays with Talos and Eldron, who lead the tribe east and south until they come to a valley resting between the Zeiphyrian Forest and the Auturian Woods.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

ca. 10550 b.S. The Crossing of the Ice Sea
The ocean between the islands of Cyhalloi freezes over, enough for some of the renegade elves to attempt the crossing in order to discover new lands. They succeed before the spring thaw - they arrive at the main landmass of Cyhalloi.

The elves arriving form Sarvonia at the new landmass name the new land "Cyhalloi" and should from now on refer to themselves as the "Cyhallrhim" ("Tribe of Cyhalloi"). Records seem to drop off after this point, as the Cyhallrhim seem to become more primitive; due to either inbreeding or lack of communication with other races.
Allocations: Cyhalloi, Continent; Cyhallrhim Elves; Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire

ca. 10540 b.S. Eldron's Founding of Sophronia
At a place close to the Zeiphyrian Forest and the Auturian Woods the Sophronian leader Eldron settles and founds the village Sophronia, named after the first leader of the tribe, who lived many years ago. Talos moves a little farther south and finds a wonderful valley he calls Hawke's Perch. Together both brothers cooperate and live peacefully with each other. One is interested in building an empire, the other is only interested in the land and cultivating it.

Not long after, the Sophronians meet the Darian men. They also become friendly with the hobbits. They protect, and merge to an extent.
Allocations: Auturian Woods; Darian Men; Elenveran Halflings; Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe"); Zeiphyrian Forest

ca. 10535 b.S. Death of the Sophronian leader Eldron
Eldron dies, not realizing his dream of a Sophronian empire, but he managed at least to form the Sophronian Guard, a major column for future Sophronian generations.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
New Sophronian Leader Talos founds Hawkes' Perch
After his brother's death Talos, the now remaining single leader of the Sophronians, loves the land and his family farms the land he names Hawke's Perch after noticing how many of the birds live in that area. He decides to take this bird's name as his surname as they don't have any at this time. His land is passed down from son to son.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

ca. 10350 b.S. The Mashdai Expedition and the Founding of Nisheton (Marcogg)
Explorers under the leadership of Liemolf Marcogg reach Vildegg Bend on the Mashdai River. They set up a settlement at the base of the falls which they call Nisheton-on-Vildegg-Bend, which would later become Marcogg.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Ciosa, City; Marcogg, City; Sarvonia, South
Lumber Wars between the Avennorians and the Tethinrhim Elves
Right after establishing a settlement on the banks of the Mashdai River, Liemolf Marcogg and others start a battle with the elven tribe of the Tethinrhim over lumber and the Auturian Woods. He is badly overmatched by the elves and loses many men.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Marcogg, City; Sarvonia, South; Tethinrhim Elves ("Youth Tribe")

10330 b.S. Sophronian Growth and Trade
Eldron's son Etain continues to build and open trade with other villages in the surrounding area especially to the east where a small gathering of villages is forming (now called Marcogg). By 10330 b.S. the Sophronians have established trade with these villages and even with the elves that live in the Zeiphyrian Forest.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
ca. 10330 b.S. Peace treaty between Avennorians and Serphelorians
Under the leadership of Thorgeir of the Avennorians and Etain of the Serphelorians these two kingdoms sign an important trade treaty. This treaty includes a clause stipulating that the Avennorians will help the Serphelorians in the finishing of their capital, and that the two tribes will found "Chrondra". The name of this town derives from the Serphelorian word for "agreement" and is similar to the Glandorian word "chronida", meaning to cement or join together.

It is likely that the Avennorians, who gave few concessions where the Darian were concerned, saw this treaty as a way to gain some control over the fierce warrior tribe of the Sophronians. The Avennorians, while imperialistic, were never very good at war, so they may have seen a trade agreement as a more favourable battlefield through which to attempt to control the Sophronians, at the very least ensuring that they (the Sophronians) would not attack them (the Avennorians), and in the best case, providing a means through which to control the heavily militarised Sophronians to their own ends.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

10220 b.S. The Fortification of Sophronia
The Sophronian leader Ames continues on building relations and also builds the first walls and fortifications for the village. He also explores and founds a small village called Tarranoar on the Gulf of Mayara, which should once develop to an important central base for human sea operations during SW II.

With Ames the Patriarchal Years end.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

ca. 10150 b.S. Sophronia finished
Sophronia is expanded past its fortifications and becomes a large, vibrant city with the help of the Avennorians. At around this time those Sophronians who have settled in Sophronia, or one of the southern villages or towns, begin to call themselves "Serphelorians", meaning "from the city", to distinguish themselves from their peers who remain nomadic.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
The City of Cort'Mangar is Built
The fortress city of Cort'Mangar (originally orcen "Cortem'Angarek") is built as a defense against the Dinali barbarians. The city is built using strong stone works mined from a nearby chasm. The dark elves use ancient magic to help build the city and construct high towers within.
Allocations: Cort'Mangar, Ruins; Sarvonia, North
(YEARS 10.000 B.S. - 9.500 B.S.)
ca. 10000 b.S.
to 9800 b.S.
Further Avennorian Expansion and the Discovery of Aeruillin
The Avennorians, with their main base still in Ciosa, explore, settle and found two more settlements; Klinsor, near the southern border of the Tolonian Heath, and Chrondra northwest of Marcogg near the Mithril Mountains, becoming a river settlement off of one of the tributaries of the Mashdai River.

The Avennorians also discover a new continent (Aeruillin) with one of their exploration ships they send far to the south. Dark skinned people from these lands are captured and are sold to the wealthy as slaves.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South
ca. 10000 b.S. Nisheton Prospers
Nisheton becomes a larger community and begins to attract fishers and farmers as settlers. Various travelers see opportunities in the town and remain to begin businesses.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Marcogg, City; Sarvonia, South
The City of Elving is a thriving Metropolis
The city is protected by the elves from other visitors by Quaelhoirhim magi who make the real Elving inaccessible to other visitors. Later this is extended to the emerging city of Saloh.
Allocations: Elving, City; Quaelhoirhim Elves; Salóh, City; Sarvonia, South; Zeiphyrian Forest
Doimo Encounter with Cattle Herding Tribes
Cattle herding tribes pass the Doimo lands with large masses of cattle for the first time.
Allocations: Doimo Men; Nybelmar, West
Chrondra constructed
As part of the deal with which they made the peace treaty in 10330 b.S., the Avennorians offer to build a town on the borders of their and the Serphelorians’ lands to symbolise their lasting commitment to each other (the Avennorians being much better at building much more spectacular and long-lasting towns than the previously nomadic Serphelorians).

This would be a town where both tribes could live peacefully together with the benefits of the Avennorians not having to worry about the Serphelorians militarily speaking, and the Serphelorians getting to live with the benefits of Avennorian comforts (we all know how Avennorians like their luxury!).

The offer is accepted to seal the peace deal. It is 330 years after the work was started due to Avennorians helping with Sophronia first. As the site chosen by both parties as the most suitable is on the border between the two kingdoms, but just inside what is traditionally Sophronian lands, so it is known as a part of the Serphelorian kingdom although both tribes have equal membership in the ruling council there, at least initially.

Many inhabitiants of Chrondra begin to think of themselves as Serphelorian, regardless of their original tribe, although some cling to their original Avennorian heritage and pass this identity down to their children.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Chrondra, City; Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
ca. 10000 b.S.
to 9500 b.S.
Serphelorian Settlements on the Elverground
ca. 10000 b.S.
to 9000 b.S.
The Darklings head Underground
At some point in this period the Brownies find the Oil Caves and begin their lives away from the sun. Their myths tell of them hiding from the destruction of the forests and the Shadow War. However, they must have found the caves after the mountains were created.
Allocations: Darkling Brownies ("Piscinites")
The War of the Chosen
The Emerald Woods that covered most parts of the western Menéchrónn are burnt and many elves die. The Kaýr lead together with the last three of the human tribes the last battle against Menemrónn, the greatest Chosen of Nybelmar. After the war is won the Kaýr begin to rebuild the forests and the destroyed lands, they're betrayed by Kyras the Dark and lose faith in all other races and tribes but the Korweynites who continue to fight the evil seeds of Coór like the Kaýr do.
Allocations: Kaýrrhem Elves; Paélrhem Elves ("Cloud Elves")

ca. 9800 b.S. Chrondra ruled by Avennorians
Over the first two hundred years the city council gradually becomes dominated by Avennorian representatives. This is due to the perceived superiority of the Avennorians in politics (perceived by both parties - it is agreed that Avennorians are better at the not overly exciting politics stuff, and Serphelorians are better at the figthing and protecting the weak).

As such, Serphelorian representatives with the necessary skills - or who are willing to relinquish their more important (to them) roles in the army etc. - are difficult to find. As members retire from the council, the new members are recruited from Chrondra's elite, who are mostly Avennorian anyway. They sort of try to get Serphelorians on the council, but the people with the skills are nearly all originally Avennorian because they have that kind of mind. (Serphelorians are not - that’s why they had to keep moving from place to place in the history already written - because they are not very good at coming up with solutions to disputes, and would rather fight or just leave.)

So within a fairly short time (ca. 200 years) all the members of the council would be Avennorians who take their cues from the Avennorian King in Ciosa.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Chrondra, City; Elverground; Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

9758 b.S. The First Eophyrhim Arvins Festival
Arvins, the Hunting God
The first Arvins Festival happens on accident. A particularly spiteful caravan of traders wanting to travel through the forest rather than around are robbed of their belongings by the Eophyrhim. They escape before the hunters can dispose of them properly, and are hunted down. A hunter named Gaulivan claims Arvins gave them this present to show that they have the skills to be hunters.
Allocations: Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

ca. 9700 b.S. The Mysteries of Magic
The humans in the Stone Fields of Peat and the Icelands come in contact with magic for the first time.
Allocations: Ice Tribes

9675 b.S. Founding of the Eophyrhim High Clerics
Tempers flare at a colony worship, and a band of Eophyrhim hunters murder the dark clerics. They take the mantles and claim themselves the High Clerics of the Eophyrhim, and then slaughter the remaining clerics. Hunter-Cleric Gaulivan declares that killing a creature is a gift unto it, and that killing is the way to worship Coór.
Allocations: Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

ca. 9600 b.S.
to 9500 b.S.
The Rise of Eckra the Cruel
A powerful Archmage known as Eckra the Cruel builds Tak'Dinal Keep in the region which should later be known as the Forbidden Zone. Eckra slowly expands his domain until he is the sole master of the peninsula he is in. Eckra builds more armies to crush the orcen and dark elven warriors in Caaehl'heroth. The Dinali are reinforced with fresh troops while the orcs and dark elves retreat into Cort'Mangar for one last stand.
Allocations: Cort'Mangar, Ruins; Sarvonia, North

ca. 9550 b.S. The Scions of Thromgolin I: Gilden "Gil" Thromgolin
Gil is a master builder and concentrates on fortifications and tactics for defense of those fortifications. He develops a stronger bow for his archers and he names it the "Bolt Bow" as it doesn't shoot an arrow but a metal bolt. It doesn't have the distance that a regular bow has, but the bolt can pierce heavy armor. Gil also builds windows inside the outside walls of the fortress where arrows can be shot out of but nearly impossible for arrows to go through from the outside.

Gil also improves upon an idea of the trench and surrounds his castle with it. In the beginning this trench is built wide enough so horses cannot jump it. Then he builds it deep enough to hold sharpened logs. Eventually he fills the trench with water, with oil on the wall so that it can be poured into the trench and set on fire if needed. He camouflages the stakes in the trench with weeds that are connected to the stakes. Finally Gil develops or refines the only access to the castle, a wooden bridge he calls the "Foot" which at first is lowered and raised by thick ropes and chains later on.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South
The Scions of Thromgolin II: Senren "Ren" Thromgolin
Ren refines infantry tactics in the open field against cavalry, archers and other infantrymen. He designs rounded shields with centers that are thicker and stronger to protect his men from archers. Ren also develops tactics against cavalry charges such as using sharpened sticks between a phlange of men and shields. He develops and builds an axe he calls the "Sengren".
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South
The Scions of Thromgolin III: Cyrobaltt "Cyro" Thromgolin
Cyro, the youngest of the three Thromgolin brothers, develops new ways for old infantry tactics such as: concealment, hand to hand combat, sword play, and techniques for wielding the sengren, pike and spear. He conditions his men to run long distances without tiring. In fact the Kyranian men's long distance running and speed becomes legendary. He uses the mountains as defense as well as offense, learning how to disturb the earth enough to create traps. Unfortunately even with the best of designs he cannot control all of the traps and unsuspecting people are killed accidentally by landslides and pitfalls. Gil, the oldest and king, gives his two brothers the rest of the land which they call "Abarona", from which we get the name "Baron".
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South
(YEARS 9.500 B.S. - 8.500 B.S.)
ca. 9500 b.S.
to 9000 b.S.
Forming of the Drifting Woods
During the War of the Chosen, Menemron's fury destroys most of western Nybelmar. The Drifting Woods are formed in its wake.
Allocations: Drifting Woods; Nybelmar, West; Vikhari Men
The War of the Chosen
The War of the Chosen is a time when human and half-human archmages use immense powers and vast armies to gain dominion over the lands. A time when death runsrampant throughout the known world.

Many legends tell about the great wars the human sorcerers lead against each other thousands of years ago. At this early time of the world of Caelereth the few people gifted with natural magical abilities (called "the Chosen") are also sovereigns of great parts of the world and many are warlords too. Most of these sorcerers shamelessly misuse their powers, gather evil creatures and masses of orcs around them and enslave their human subjects. Several tyrannies dominate the lands of the Sarvonian continent at this time, although there are also some magicians who try to use their magic for the sake of their people and their rule is intent on creating a thriving society. However, this endeavor is to fail.

The outbreak of the so-called War of the Chosen is only a matter of time: Black and white mages accumulate huge armies and begin ferocious battles against each other to gain predomination of the known world. Terrible creatures are magically bred for war, among them centaurs, griffons as well as hell hounds and the horrible mystrans, beings of the shadows. Although there exist several reports of magical battles it is unknown how the War of the Chosen indeed ends. In fact, it seems likely that none of the archmages survive the final battle - a very probable theory, according to latest researches.

Finally victorious, also the most powerful magician, Ma'asherom the Red, finds his death at the Colthoi temple in the metropolis of El'darthar during a revolution against his reign.
Allocations: Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South
The War of the Chosen
The wars during this time nearly destroy Ciosa, but the settlers rebuild the severely damaged town and in the following millenia bring it back to former glory. The connections to the "new continent", Aeruillin, are completely lost.
Allocations: Ciosa, City
9500 b.S.
to 9000 b.S.
The War of the Chosen
During this time the War of the Chosen is taking place, and though no one knows who all the chosen of the North were, it is thought that one of the white mages was of the Injerín and did battle against Eckra the Cruel in the Battle of the Winds.
Allocations: Injerín Elves
9500 b.S. The Maeverhim Elves keep away from the open Confrontations
The Maeverhim avoid the War of the Chosen. All ladders from the earth to their tree homes in the Sharadon are removed, to better avoid confrontation. They continue to keep their ladders up, slowly developing a tight-knit, contained culture unlike any other on the continent of Southern Sarvonia.
Allocations: Maeverhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Sharadon Forest
ca. 9500 b.S.
to 9000 b.S.
The War of the Chosen
The first recorded destructions of the hamlet in the chronicles of the Cabinet date back to the War of the Chosen. During the war the village suffered multiple attacks for no apparent reason, being of no clear strategical or resource importance.
Allocations: Fields of Aurium; Shneerin, Hamlet
ca. 9500 b.S.
to 9023 b.S.
The War of the Chosen
The splendour of the Kyranian kingdom, as well as all of the other kingdoms in Southern Sarvonia, is almost completely destroyed. Only a few survivors of this terrible war begin anew. The Kyranian history then begins over after centuries of darkness and healing. Once again the Kyranians become an important cog in the history of Southern Sarvonia.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk")
ca. 9500 b.S. Rhom-Oc flee to the Imlith and the Vindel Mountains
The War of the Chosen forces most Rhom-Oc to flee into the Imlith and Vindel Mountains hiding in the valleys and shadows of the hills. The Peat Hills are deserted. Many Rhom-Oc warriors die in the many conflicts, wars and disputes of the archmages or against the other people seeking refuge in the mountains.
Allocations: Rhom-Oc Orcs; Sarvonia, North
ca. 9500 b.S.
to 9000 b.S.
Destruction of the Serphelorian city of Sophronia ahd Hawke's Perch
During the War of the Chosen and the Years of Cleaning Sophronia and the village of Hawke's Perch are destroyed. Refugees flee to Chrondra which, while not unscathed, is mostly passed over. At this time contact is lost between Chrondra and Ciosa. The ruling council of Chrondra are all killed in the violence except one person, an ex-Avennorian man. Councillor of Chrondra becomes an hereditary position from this man. Due to Avennorian influences and Serphelorian history after Talos and Eldon, men are preferred as inheritors.

All other southern settlements wiped out.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Chrondra, City; Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronia, City; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
ca. 9500 b.S. The Preaching of a new Message for the Injerín
The end of the War of the Chosen brings about a renewed commitment to rebuild the Injerín tribe. However, a group of elves led by the charismatic Drayla Ferlwesin begins to preach another message of neutrality and instead to hide away from the world.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Lost Ones, the Injerín Sect; Sarvonia, North
ca. 9500 b.S.
to 9000 b.S.
The War of the Chosen
The War of the Chosen devastates much of Caelereth, including Caaehl'heroth. One of the largest battles thought to have been fought during this war was centered around Cort'Mangar.
Allocations: Cort'Mangar, Ruins

ca. 9450 b.S. The War of the Chosen
The humans in the Stone Fields of Peat and the Icelands are forced to enter the War of the Chosen as mercenaries for the sorcerers. They are used in battles and magic experiments as expendable material and they prove to be hardy yet undisciplined warriors.
Allocations: Ice Tribes
Humans and Icelanders Join the War in the East
The humans in the Stone Fields of Peat and the Icelands are forced to enter the War of the Chosen as mercenaries for the sorcerers. They are used in battles and magic experiments as expendable material and they prove to be hardy yet undisciplined warriors.
Allocations: Cort'Mangar, Ruins; Sarvonia, North

9200 b.S. Nisheton destroyed
During the long years of the War of the Chosen the once proud Avennorian town of Nisheton (the later Marcogg) is pillaged, burnt, sacked repeatedly, slowly destroyed and finally abandoned and the area becomes unsettled.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Marcogg, City; Sarvonia, South

ca. 9023 b.S. The Battle of the Winds
A great battle between the four most powerful archmages in Northern Sarvonia takes place at this time. It ends with the unleashing of incredible forces that rip the land apart and create what is now know as the Eight Winds Bay. It is also said that the archmages and their armies are destroyed when the sea rushes in to fill the gaping wound they made in the earth.
Allocations: Cort'Mangar, Ruins; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South
ca. 9023 b.S.
to 9000 b.S.
Years of Cleansing
With the death of the archmages at the Battle of Winds, this makes it much easier for the combined races to throw off their shackles of servitude and cleanse the land of the remaining acolytes of human magic, and the last armies of the archmages. These years are marked by the use of elven Xeuá magic, to heal the wounds the archmages created.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Cort'Mangar, Ruins; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South
The Years of Cleansing
The Years of Cleansing are a time in which the Injerín use their great knowledge of Xeuá magics to help heal the damages down during the War of the Chosen.
Allocations: Injerín Elves
ca. 9023 b.S. The Intermixing of Tribes: The Ice Tribes
After the Battle of the Winds and the severe casualties that the Icefolk suffer, magic is abolished and most mages are slaughtered in their territory. This conflict almost eliminates the population of the Icefolk that leave the Icelands in order to participate in the War.

In their attempt to save themselves from the war and the giants that invaded their area the humans of the Stone Fields of Peat and the remaining Icemen move further north to the Icelands enslaving the Icefolk that manage to escape the war and intermixing with them.

This era a Kanapan population is believed to have entered the Icelands and intermixed with the people that later are to become the Remusians and Tokarians.
Allocations: Ice Tribes
9023 b.S. The Birth of a Magical Island
The War of the Chosen brings death and destruction upon Caelereth, and Dra've'ensle along with his fellow white Chosen, Coulande, perish in the Battle of Winds when fighting Eckra the Cruel, Avatar of Queprur. An ensuing gigantic maelstrom rips the lands apart, and a landmass is separated from the mainland at this time, but not without Coulande's final "gift" to the world: After having linked his soul to the place he has built, Coulande's demise extinguishes his stronghold with him...

The place however is still imbued with the dazzling powers of its creator, which sink into its soil and transform it, giving birth to a new kind of mineralm the "aca'hál" (Styrásh for "pulsating ground").
Allocations: Qel'tra'loh, Skydom; Sarvonia, South

ca. 9000 b.S. Cyrathrim Exile in the Mountains
The Cyrathrhim under the leadership of Weiylan find sanctuary from their trials in the highlands of the Tandala Mountains. For many years they dwell there, believing themselves to be the very last of their kind: too terrified to go north once again, and too exhausted to see what might lie beyond mountains that seemed like the very end of the world. For many elven life spans they dwell in the mountains and live from them. Eventually they begin to wander south and slowly west.

All these early events are detailed in the Cyrathrhim saga now popularly known as the "Book of Jhalán". There is certainly much evidence to suggest a certain common lineage with certain Northern Sarvonian tribes, especially the Injerín, but as to whether the tribe consisted truly of exiles from Fá'áv'cál'âr, or simply much later migrants from a Northern Sarvonian tribe is anyone's guess. Certain scholars maintain that the Fá'áv'cál'âr legend was simply tacked onto their preexisting lore, though this story of exile from the Great Elven Empire is present in all the earliest documents regarding the Cyrathrhim.

There are also question marks about the simple length of time the exile is said to have taken, though there is little doubt that early in the tribal history the Cyrathrhim spend a period of many elven lifespans as a nomadic tribe, which may have given rise to the tales of exile from Fá'áv'cál'âr. There is little doubt however that a nomadic lifestyle in Northern Sarvonia in that time scale would have been incredibly difficult and dangerous and no less impressive even if the tribe had no Fá'áv'cál'âr links whatsoever.
Allocations: Cyrathrhim Elves ("Gentle Tribe"); Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South; Tandala Highlands
ca. 9000 b.S.
to 6500 b.S.
Rhom-Oc move to the Heaths of Wilderon
Rising from the ashes the Rhom-Oc slowly recover from their losses. After the War of the Chosen the Rhom-Oc slowly leave the mountains again seeking for food sources. Family by family, clan by clan, generation for generation they enter the vastness of the Heaths and overcome its obstacles. Legends about the first taming of the warg are told by that time and the warg becomes the best ally of the orcs against the dangers of this place. Only few clans remain in the mountains or return to the Peat Hills.

But most Rhom-Oc feel only safe in the wide plains of the Heaths where you can see your enemies come and where only they know the right paths. By 6500 b.S. the Rhom-Oc have recovered from the Great War and cover most of the Heaths with their nomadic settlements.
Allocations: Rhom-Oc Orcs; Sarvonia, North
ca. 9000 b.S. The Doimo Hunt
A massive hunt for Doimo by former refugees takes place. The old stories tell that as all the camps are gathered before what is called the Clan Hunt, you can stand on the highest mountain by the thirstlands, and the campfires will stretch till the horizon.
Allocations: Doimo Men; Nybelmar, West
9000 b.S.
to 5500 b.S.
The Rise of the Murmillions
Kyras the Dark establishes a new kingdom in Epheran'ypheró on the remains of Menemronn's fortress, seeking to resurrect the lost powers of the Chosen. In later times they'd be called Murmillions. Their society is basically a military one and they start to wage war against the neighbouring territories, claiming the regions west of the Burning Mountains.
Allocations: Murmillion Men; Nybelmar, East
ca. 9000 b.S. The Dragon Survivors of the War of the Chosen Move On
According to currently known lore, the dragons that survived the War of the Chosen move off to live in far away lands to settle after the conflict. Myths tell that some dragons came to live high in the North.
Allocations: Kalta'Goor, Isle; Sarvonia, North

8900 b.S. First new Serphelorian Settlements are Built
People from Chrondra go out to found new settlements on the Elverground, at the north side of the Gulf of Maraya or further north near the Rimmerins Ring. Most of the founders of these settlements are full- or half-blooded Avennorians, meaning most of the ruling class are originally Avennorian. Many remember their heritage, but nearly all consider themselves Serphelorian anyway.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Chrondra, City; Elverground; Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronia, City; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

ca. 8850 b.S. The Eyelian Attack on the Sheyaur
Eyelians attack the Kyranian Fortress of Sheyaur, now in the possession of of one of Cyroan Thromgolin's kin. The Eyelians succeed and destroy most of it. Farmers use the ruins as a quarry and the stones of the Sheyaur for homes and walls.
Allocations: Eyelian Men ("Tamers"); Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South; Tyr Thromgolin, Dwarven Town

ca. 8800 b.S. Avennorian Settlers come upon the West Coast
After the War of the Chosen the Avennorian colonists on the east coast of the lands slowly start to regain their strength and finally explore the lands west of the Tolonian Heath. The local Darians are either subjugated or pushed back south. Revin, leader of the expedition, starts the construction of the first Avennorian port town upon the shores of the Gulf of Maraya, not too far west of the Fields of Aurium.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Darian Men; Fields of Aurium; Shneerin, Hamlet

ca. 8700 b.S. The Lost Ones Split from the Tribe
During a grand council meeting, Drayla and her followers announce their intention to split from the tribe to journey north to find other lands. The war devastated them in many ways and her group seek another way of life in solitude to grieve. The Injerin call this group "The Lost Ones" for are were deemed lost both spiritually and physically when they depart the ways of the Injerín.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Lost Ones, the Injerín Sect; Sarvonia, North

ca. 8600 b.S.
to 6000 b.S.
War between the Serphelorians and Eyelia
Serphelorian settlers make it as far west as the Thaehelvil River and encounter Eyelians. Both groups are trying to spread; Eyelians lay claim to the Rimmerins Ring (due to the gryph aeries there); Serphelorians claim it as their roaming-lands as they travelled through it. Both groups try to work it out, but the difference in their culture lead to a clash. Eyelians think Serphelorians rude because they are loud and brash; Serphelorians think Eyelians rude because their quiet (seen as cold) and slow behaviour(seen as obstructive), so eventually this leads to war.

The Rimmerins Ring and the western Elverground are constantly fought over. Many different solutions are tried by various different leaders of each tribe, with varying degrees of success. There are occasional cease-fires, occasionally more terrible battles, but generally constant skirmishing as both sides try to hold their lines.

This continues until around 6000 b.S. when there is a peace treaty; broken by one of the first queens in 3000 b.S. Skirmishes would then continues until the Serphelorian kindom falls in 400ish b.S. Now a.S. there is still a rivalry between their armies, though much more friendly now, esecially. since they are charged with protecting Eyelians (the tribal principle of "katmoh").
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Chrondra, City; Elverground; Eyelian Men ("Tamers"); Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronia, City; Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

(YEARS 8.500 B.S. - 3.400 B.S.)
ca. 8500 b.S. Elven Survivors of the Injerín settle in the Themed'lon
Shortly after the War of the Chosen, several surviving Injerín elves make a home for themselves in the Themed'lon Forests in hopes of rebuilding after the war. They make peace with the pendrowe living within the woods and found a small settlement.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Sarvonia, North; Themed'lon Forests
The Singing Glade is Discovered
The Singing Glade is revealed to the elves through a gifted blind child that accompanies the group. The pendrowe reveal themselves along with the drasil tree and the elves learn much from the forests, including strange divine magic never before experienced by the elves.
Allocations: Lost Ones, the Injerín Sect; Sarvonia, North; Themed'lon Forests

8108 b.S. Birth of Quesvath
A soon to be important figure in Serphelorian politics, Quesvath, is born as a daughter to Korran, the Councillor of Chondra and his wife. Korran dies of a fever soon after. Quesvath’s mother accedes to the Councillorship.
Allocations: Chrondra, City; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

8069 b.S. Quesvath accedes to Councillorship
Quesvath's mother dies. Quesvath, by now an avid proponent of traditonal Sophronian ways, accedes to Councillorship at the age of 39. She has a dream to unite the disparate nomadic and settled people of her tribe, so over the next years she travels the lands speaking to all the leaders she can find and gaining their support to unite into a proper kingdom under her leadership.
Allocations: Chrondra, City; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

8066 b.S. Quesvath crowns herself Jakat of Serpheloria
For the occasion of her coronation the first proper map of Serpheloria is drawn up. Quesvath's realm stretches from Elsreth in the north to Chrondra in the south, and from the east cost to the Rimmerins Ring. The Ring is disputed territory with the Eyelians - nomadic bands of Serphelorian roam here as do Eyelians. Fighting has been going on between nomadic groups and villages of Eyelians for some time now. All those living in her Kingdom of Serpheloria are now called Serphelorians, as opposed to the previous distinction of Serphelorians in the south, and nomadic Sophronians to the north.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
ca. 8066 b.S.
to 3000 b.S.
The Golden Age of Serpheloria
With Quesvath the Golden Age of Serpheloria begins, which should last until the third millenium before Santhros.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

8065 b.S. Beginning of the Rebuilding of Sophronia
The Serpherlorian Jakat Quesvath orders the rebuilding of Sophronia in what she thinks is the traditional style. It is finished in 8053, at which time Quesvath makes it her capital from whence she governs her realm.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

8021 b.S. Crowning of the Serphelorian Jakat Ruth
Quesvath dies at the grand old age of 81. Having had no children, she passes the inheritance to her great friend Salreia's daughter Ruth, whom she has groomed to carry on her works. Ruth is as proud and ambitious as her predecessor and does much good for her people, improving towns and villages. Other Jakats follow.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

ca. 8000 b.S. The Snow Drake Appears
It is thought that the lesser drakes become more prevalent and are related to the great drakes. While it is not known how the actual dividing of the groups occurs, it is thought that the smaller drakes, such as the snow drake, branch off and become their own group about this time.
Allocations: Kalta'Goor, Isle

ca. 7500 b.S. The Shadespell Gorge is Born
Eventually, long after the Portal is built and after the War of the Chosen, the Netherworld instability finally reaches its climax and a one huge earthquake rocks the region. The Netherworld energies burst forth from the crack and suck in all living life nearby, including Cort'Mangar. The orcs and dark elves likely are caught by surprise and are turned into hideous living shadows in a matter of a few blinks. The city falls apart, towers crumble and thousands of inhabitants are lost.
Allocations: Cort'Mangar, Ruins; Sarvonia, North; Shadespell Gorge

ca. 7000 b.S.
to 5000 b.S.
Kurakim move into the Prominent Mountains
ca. 7000 b.S. The Drasil are born in the Themed'lon
The Lost Ones within the Themed'lon Forests become powerful and learn to influence the natural world around them. They create groves and temples under the waterfalls and come to regard the pendrowe as their own family. One myth tells that about this time, a special tree, believed to be what is known as a drasil tree, becomes seeded within the woods. It possesses the power to record memories of events, places and people long past.
Allocations: Lost Ones, the Injerín Sect; Sarvonia, North; Themed'lon Forests
ca. 7000 b.S.
to 6000 b.S.
The Mage's Betrayal
The life mages are driven out of the settlement, or decide to leave of their own accord, and somehow rediscover the outside world.
Allocations: Darkling Brownies ("Piscinites")

6288 b.S. First Eophyrhim Queprur's Day
The first Queprur's Day occurs, again on accident. A batch of black berries gathered by a low-rank Eophyrhim prove to be poisonous after they feed the berries to the family pet. The Eophyrhim dark elf tells the elves of the occurance to neighbors and the feelings felt as the Hound died. Clerics declare it a sign from Queprur and cultivate the black berries, and bless the family.
Allocations: Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

6225 b.S. The Boltgrumms establish Tyr Thromgolin
The dwarves take residence under the earth in the area of the former Sheyaur fortress of the Kyranian Cyroan Thromgolin, working from the already-existing natural caverns. The minerals and gems are rich here, and the dwarves make an impression on the local peoples. The humans struggle with the dwarven name and simply call the underground town "Tyr Thromgolin", due to its ancient roots.
Allocations: Boltgrumm Dwarves ("Oreteeth Clan"); Sarvonia, South; Tyr Thromgolin, Dwarven Town

ca. 6000 b.S. The Settling of Jhehellrhim Elves in the Istarin Forest
In the far eastern part of the Zeiphyrian Forest, three settlements, influenced by the Tethinrhim and unhappy with the Quaelhoirhim way of life, leave the forest and settle further north, forming the Jhehellrhim tribe. For many years this offshoot of the Quaelhoirhim have little contact with their mother tribe, forming a rebellious group that considering tribal law as repressive.
Allocations: Istarin Forest; Jhehellrhim Elves ("Rebel Tribe"); Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Tethinrhim Elves ("Youth Tribe"); Zeiphyrian Forest
The Final Face of the Ice Tribes
The population of the Icelands is divided into Ice Tribes, in the form that survive today. They expend themselves into constant warfare among each other. Many tribes are exterminated during the millennia to come and many new are to emerge.
Allocations: Ice Tribes
6000 b.S.
to 3000 b.S.
Peace between Eyelia and Serpheloria
A peace treaty is negotiated with the united clans of Eyelia. The treaty allows the Serphelorians to stay united without having to wage wars, and develop more. Cha plantations started here.

The Rimmerins Ring is to be officially Eyelian territory, but nomads can wander here but not for more than half the year. An uneasy truce begins but slowly works when neither side re-initiates hostilities. There exists no real trade between the two nations though.

Skirmishes flares up again when a Serphelorian queen decides it should be officially Serphelorian territory and tries to take these lands back.
Allocations: Eyelian Men ("Tamers"); Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
ca. 6000 b.S. The Mask of the Tree Cousin is Created
The Lost Ones create a powerful mask believed to be made from the bark of an ancient pendrowe. The elves call this mask "Quelth'ananuá Modiás" (lit. "Mask of the Earth"). The mask is believed to have special powers to give the wielder unique communion with nature and to grant the wielder the ability to share the thoughts of the memory tree. In addition, the mask is believed to have a special connection with the forest and must never leave it. The elves give the forest its name - the "Themanhe'lón" (lit. "Fortified Wood", over time, the name is later shortened to Themed'lon).
Allocations: Lost Ones, the Injerín Sect; Sarvonia, North; Themed'lon Forests

ca. 5800 b.S. Escape from Menemronn
Several human tribes of fierce nomadic horsemen escaping Menemronn's armies populate the lands between Therrein Nermarein, Desert Kaerath, and the Valley of Orcal. (The Aestera and the Lillivear are not part of this first immigration wave)
Allocations: Krath, Grand Empire; Menemronn the Purple; Nybelmar, West

ca. 5700 b.S. The Exodus of the Aestera and the Lillivear End
The Exodus of the Aestera and the Lillivear end as the tribes arrive on the southwestern peninsula and start to settle in its tropical rainforests. The Lillivear establish their civilization south of the great mountain range, west of Rháásthár (the middle of the three gigantic rivers dividing the peninsula into four regions) while the Aestera claim the lands east of the great river.
Allocations: Aestera Men; Krean Men; Lillivear Men; Menemronn the Purple; Nybelmar, West; Twin Kingdom

ca. 5600 b.S. The Founding of Hobbitshire
"Hobbitshire", the first shire of the halfling race, is settled by Harfuld the Green in what is now known as the Silvermarshes. Harfuld becomes the first Thain of the shire, which is home to several thousand hobbits. It flourishes.
Allocations: Helmondsshire Halflings; Sarvonia, South
5600 b.S. War between the Lillivear and the Aestera: The Age of Vehemence
(The Era of Sorcery)
Ferocious battles between the Lillivear and the Aestera over Rháásthár (and thus, access to the western lands and southern jungles) exhaust both civilizations' resources and weaken their border defenses.
Allocations: Aestera Men; Arath Men; Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Krean Men; Lillivear Men; Nybelmar, West; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
The Arrival of the Krar
A substantial wave of horsemen, after a disagreement with the main horde, floods south, settling all along the western slopes. For centuries to follow, they will send massive raids against the Lillivear from their western flanks. This tribe later takes on the name "Krár".
Allocations: Aestera Men; Arath Men; Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krean Men; Lillivear Men; Nybelmar, West; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
The Settling of the Qualaris, Evalaris, Sharoshar, Viaquis and the Arath
The rest of the seven tribes, of which both the Aestera and the Lillivear were initially part of, arrive in the southwestern peninsula. The Qualaris and the Evalaris claim the northeastern woods, the Saroshar puts down strong roots on the coastal region southeast of these woods, the Viaquis rides all across the Aesteran realm to the forests of Daeinion Maneth, and the last tribe (the Arath) journeys west across Lillivear lands to colonize the westernmost shores of the isthmus. The Arath will in time fuse with the nomadic horsemen to form the main Krathrian race.
Allocations: Aestera Men; Arath Men; Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krean Men; Lillivear Men; Nybelmar, West; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men

5500 b.S.
to 3200 b.S.
The Arkhaeon Guild
The rise of the strange cult of Teor Kunran, the Arkhaeon Guild, takes place in these years.
Allocations: Murmillion Men; Nybelmar, East

5491 b.S. The Pact of the Silent Wind: The Union of the Lillivear and the Aestera and The Birth of the Twin Kingdom
17th of Changing Winds. After the unremitting invasions of the surrounding kingdoms the leaders of the Aestera and the Lillivear come to the mutual conclusion that neither of their beautiful realms can withstand the incursions without help. Thus, following the marriage of Kliám and Mseríá, on the 17th of the Month of the Changing Winds, the only time of the year the lamenting is brought to a halt for approximately six hours, the Pact of the Silent Wind is signed by the two leaders.

In a matter of months, the combined armies of the two tribes manage to drive the intruders back to the edges of the Rhsáll River.
Allocations: Aestera Men; Arath Men; Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Kliám, First Krean (Lillivear) High King; Krar Men; Krean Men; Lillivear Men; Mseríá, First Krean (Aestera) High Queen; Nybelmar, West; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
The Day of the Rushing Waters
Passing Clouds. On the last day of the Month of the Passing Clouds the troops of Té’árún the Orange come against the defenders of Rháásthár for a final stand. By midnight the combined forces of Rháásthár are overwhelmed by the sheer numbers of the Orange Knight. Just as the invading army prepares to launch the final assault the poignant cry of a solitary maiden is heard through the cool cover of the night. As the sad song weaves its magic into the darkness, the waters of Rhsáll swathe the raiders in moonlit waves.

All King Kliám and his troops can find is the lifeless body of their graceful Queen, dressed in the silver robe of the water priestesses drifting peacefully on the serene water, with her hands centered on her chest holding a white water lily. Not a single sign of either armies is to be seen, as if washed away by the raging current.

It is said that the High Goddess of the Aestaran herself moved by the lament of Kliám, breathe Mseríá's soul into the depths of Rhsáll. As the last rays of moonlight dance over the surface, the river, in a mystic slur of silver, close around the body of the Aesteran Queen. Until today, whenever the capital of the once glorious Twin Kingdom is threatened, villagers claim to witness the beautiful lady, dressed in the shining silver of the river, with an Aesteran lily on her striking hair, luring the peril into the depths of the Silent River and then disappearing into the moonlit night.
Allocations: Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Twin Kingdom

ca. 5490 b.S. The Departure of Sálohár the Bright & the Genesis of the Orihirim
A group of Lillivear, under the leadership of Sálohár of the Bright, refuses to be part of the Krean and set forth west to bring into being a kingdom of knowledge, discovery and equality (later forming the continent’s first working meritocracy). They align themselves with the exiled tribes for protection in return for an annual tribute of provisions. These will later shape the first three Krath empires' astute advisor ranks. They are referenced by contemporary historians as the "Orihirim".
Allocations: Aestera Men; Arath Men; Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krean Men; Lillivear Men; Nybelmar, West; Orihirim Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom
The Mystery Tribe Heads North
For unknown reasons, one of the horsemen tribes of the Nermarein plains rides north past the desert of Kaerath. Name or characteristics of the tribe are unknown.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West
The Nomads of Vaenath Migrate South
Factions of nomads from Vaenath surge south into lands that will one day be called Anpagan.
Allocations: Anpagan Men; Nybelmar, West

5461 b.S. The Krean King Kliám's Death
1st of Frozen Rivers. Following the death of his beloved queen, Kliám rules over the united lands of the two tribes, the Aestera and the Lillivear, for thirty peaceful years, passing the crown to the two heads of the Twin Council, Lvean the Blue and Wábharr the Bright with his death on the first day of the Month of the Frozen Rivers. The reason behind the king's untimely passing away is associated with his growing longing for his wife. Even today in the Grand Empire of Earth, some Lillivear families will honour Kliám's loyalty to his Queen by celebrating this time of the year as a day of longing; from sunrise to twilight they will stay away from all desires.

The ancient myths of the Twin Kingdom tell of the silver silhouette of the first Queen of the two tribes bending over the kslárh, the funeral boat, of her husband’s body and drawing it slowly into the heart of the river. Even today, on the last day of the Frozen Rivers, seven water lilies float to the surface of Rhsáll and drift across the silver serpent to the directions of the seven cities of the old kingdom Mseríá sacrificed her life to preserve. The lilies are thought to resemble the seven Aesteran lilies placed on the kslárh of rulers of the two tribes as an offering to the Lady of the Sacred Groves.

It is also said that a thin layer of ice will start to form on Rhsáll, starting on the supposed location of Mseríá's burial, expanding to cover the whole river in seven days on day of Kliám's death, as it had done centuries ago. The ice will last for seven days and then slowly give way to the coming spring.
Allocations: Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Twin Kingdom
The Krean Reign of Lvean the Blue and Wábharr the Bright
Lvean the Blue and Wábharr the Bright reign over the Twin Kingdom.
Allocations: Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Twin Kingdom

ca. 5400 b.S. Birth of the First Krean Empire: Orero Kreankra
The now united Aestera and the Lillivear from the First Krean Empire and within the century control more than half the peninsula.
Allocations: Aestera Men; Arath Men; Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Lillivear Men; Orero Kreankra, First Krean Empire; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
Creation of the first (Orihirim) "Council of Light"
The Orihirim form their first Council of Light, a significant step towards the creation of Tar Oria.
Allocations: Arath Men; Krar Men; Krean Men; Orero Kreankra, First Krean Empire; Orihirim Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom

ca. 5200 b.S. The First "Káróth" and Incursions against Orero Kreankra
The Krar choose their first Káróth under whom all the bands unite. The Karoth begins a long chain of raids against the Krean that will persist for three hundred years.
Allocations: Arath Men; Krar Men; Krean Men; Orero Kreankra, First Krean Empire; Orihirim Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom

ca. 5100 b.S. The Rise of the Káróth
The First Krean Empire loses territory to the unrelenting Krar invasions.
Allocations: Krar Men; Krean Men; Orero Kreankra, First Krean Empire; Orihirim Men; Twin Kingdom

ca. 5050 b.S. The Noha Men settle in the Bay
During the same immigration wave as the Aestera and Lillivear tribes, fleeing from Menemronn, the Noha humans (as historians refer to them) venture North of the Orcal Valley and settle near the northern limit of Germon Doilth. Disputes break out (though we don't know what about) and the Noha separate into four distinct groups: Tsu, Jirai, Chima and Sarut.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

5017 b.S. The Rogetyrim Dwarves move out of the Prominent Mountains
A clan of particularly tall Kurakim Dwarves living in the Prominent Mountains, calling themselves the "Rogetyrim", claim they have been personally told by Trum-Barol to travel to the Imlith Mountains. They are led by Werrum Highmind, who -reportedly - at one ped, two fores and two palmspans is one of the tallest dwarves in history.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Kurakim Dwarves; Prominent Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

5002 b.S. The Rogetyrim Dwarves reach the Imlith Mountains and settle there
The Rogetyrim Dwarves eventually reach the Imlith Mountains and spend many years clearing out its former inhabitants. These include the Rhom-Oc Orcs, who hold a grudge against the Rogetyrim and their descendants for ages afterwards.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rhom-Oc Orcs; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

ca. 5000 b.S. Anhalli of the Nattrav and the Birth of Doimo Brawling
The great medicine man Anhalli of the Nattrav is born at the Spirit-Dancing clan.
Allocations: Doimo Men; Nybelmar, West
The Village of Tarranoar is founded
The Serphelorian seaside village of Tarranoar is founded.
Allocations: Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
The Sarut Wars of the Noha Men
The three separate groups of the Noha have declared their own domains, leaving Sarut with the smallest of the four. Displeased, Sarut declares war on the three other states. Though crudely fought with little more than spears and sling-shots, the Sarut are all but eliminated and their domain destroyed. What little that remains of the Sarut scatters northward and vanishes beyond the Germon Doilth.The three remaining states grow fearful that the same fate may befall them and grow incredibly distrustful of the others. Armies are built and fortifications erected.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

ca. 4975 b.S. The Doimo Medicine Man Anhalli defeats a Demon
The Doimo meet a demon for the first time, and the clan medicine man Anhalli beats him. There are several legends about that peculiar battle, and the other great feats of Anhalli. It is said that Anhalli kills the demon with his bare hands and that it is a spirit who instructs him on how to prevail. From this famous fight the so-called Doimo Brawling originats, a weaponless fighting style still practiced by the Doimo of today.
Allocations: Doimo Men; Nybelmar, West

ca. 4900 b.S. Assassination of the Krar Chieftains – Emergence of the Black Wardens
The Krar raids are finally brought to a halt after all the clan chiefs are found dead in their command tents. The Krean use this assassination practice to keep Krar in line for another two hundred years. It is assumed that the Black Wardens and the first Krean spy network originated in this century.
Allocations: Black Wardens, Krean Spy Network; Krar Men; Krean Men; Orero Kreankra, First Krean Empire; Orihirim Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom

4878 b.S. The heroic Death of Rogetyrim King Werrum Highmind
The Rogetyrim Dwarves have been delving their settlements in the Imlith Mountains for over one hundred years at this point. As they continue to dig deeper, the lair of an earth drake is accidently uncovered. The beast threatens to destroy the new tribe, until their leader Werrum Highmind faces it in battle. Werrum only manages to defeat the beast by calling on the help of Trum-Barol, who is said to lend him the magical power to defeat the beast. Unfortunately, the fight exhausts Werrum to his death.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves
The Beginning of the Great Hall in the Imlith Mountains
The son of the Rogetyrim leader Werrum Highmind, who is named the first king of the Rogetyrim, begins the construction of the Great Hall in the depth of Imlith's highest mountain (Kiinupperon), as a monument to his father.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

4874 b.S. The Kerokorim, a temple to Trum-Barol, is built by the Rogetyrim in the Imlith Mountains
The Denirim of the Rogetyrim Dwarves supervise the construction of a temple upon the heights of Kiinupperon, the highest peak in the Imlith Mountains. They begin to compile a written history of the Rogetyrim, as well as many prayer books and books of scholarly research. They begin to practice a form of clerical magic known as Keralkorim ("War Prayers").
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

ca. 4800 b.S. Feudal Tension between the Noha Men
The three Feudal states have erected cities bearing the name of their kingdom and whilst their culture grows, at least half of the society's time is spent waiting for war. The lands that used to belong to Sarut have been left relatively undisturbed until now, but with all three states wishing to expand themselves they are now bitterly contested. The first armed conflict between the states begins, a much more sophisticated war with no alliances. Every state for themselves. Whilst the violence eventually dies down, the war is never acknowledged to be over.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

4752 b.S. Battle at the Alianian Hills
Orcs assemble a large army to get rid of the Jhehellrhim. The elves get word of it, and march on joining forces with Cavthan army. Ambushing the orcs unprepared they destroyed the orcish army.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Cavthan, Town; Istarin Forest; Jhehellrhim Elves ("Rebel Tribe"); Sarvonia, South
The Rogetyrim Dwarves befriend the Kanapan men
The Rogetyrim dwarves begin to explore more of the area surrounding the Imlith Mountains. They come into contact with the Kanapan men for the very first time. Their meetings are friendly, and soon the two peoples begin to trade with on another.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Kanapan Men ("Black Humans"); Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

4751 b.S. The first Nyérmer'rónn and Council is chosen
Shortly after the battle of the Alianian Hills the leader becomes the first Nyérmer'rónn, and choses the first council. This is the first formal government in Jhehellrhim history.
Allocations: Istarin Forest; Jhehellrhim Elves ("Rebel Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

4712 b.S. The Rogetyrim Dwarves are attacked by the Moh'rhim
The Moh'rhim (Shadow Elves), having seen the recent activity of the Rogetyrim Dwarves, attack them. With their superior magic, the Moh'rhim rise up out of the Shadow Marshes to drive the Rogetyrim back into the Imlith Mountains. They now set up settlements on the Heaths of Wilderon around the Imlith Mountains, effectively besieging the Rogetyrim.

The Rogetyrim Denirim Hlaogu the Faithful is ashamed of the defeat, and begins to work to improve his skill in magic to match the powers of the Moh’rhim.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Shadow Elves; Susilgerim Dwarves

ca. 4700 b.S. The Krar Invade Tar Oria
Steered by Orero Kreankra, the Krar focus their raids on the Orihirim.
Allocations: Krar Men; Krean Men; Orero Kreankra, First Krean Empire; Orihirim Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom
The Year of Ghosts
Injerín records and orcish oral history report strange, unnatural weather out of the north-west from across the Sea of Tears. Storms the carry the sounds of battle, unnatural wailing and screaming in the wind and a persistent smell of death in the air occur almost monthly for a year before suddenly disappearing.
Allocations: Cort'Mangar, Ruins; Sarvonia, North

4697 b.S. The Twin Kingdom joins the Earth League
The Krean of the Twin Kingdom join the Earth League.
Allocations: Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Twin Kingdom

4687 b.S. The Siege of the Moh'rhim Elves is broken by the Rogetyrim Dwarves
Hlaogu the Faithful, now extraordinarily skilled in magic, leads the army of the Rogetyrim Dwarves against the siege of the Moh'rhim Shadow Elves around the Imlith Mountains. The following several battles cause many losses on both sides, as powerful magic tears across the Heaths of Wilderon. Hlaogu manages to defeat the Moh'rhim, and drives them back to their own realm in the Shadow Marshes.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Shadow Elves; Susilgerim Dwarves

4652 b.S. The Rogetyrim Dwarves drive the Rhom-Oc Orcs out of the Imlith Mountains
The Rogetyrim Dwarves destroy the few remaining Rhom-Oc Orc settlements in the Imlith Mountains, and then attack the Rhom-Oc upon the Heaths of Wilderon. They succeed in driving the Rhom-Oc into the Icelands. The Rhom-Oc hatred for the Rogetyrim is forever solidified.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rhom-Oc Orcs; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

4602 b.S. The Foreseer Anadalius - Hope for the Noha States
The great Foreseer Anadalius is born in Tsu in 4602 b.S. He spends his life trying to forge a union between the three warring states. Anadalius sees large potential in the melding of cultures. Anadalius becomes a great orator, poet and politician and eventually manages to attract the attention of the three Feudal Lords.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

ca. 4600 b.S. Alliance of the Orihirim and the Krar
The Orihirim convince the Krar to protect their lands against the Krean. In return they supply the nomads' leaders with antidotes against Lillivear poisons.
Allocations: Krar Men; Krean Men; Lillivear Men; Orero Kreankra, First Krean Empire; Orihirim Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom

4586 b.S. The Krean Entrustment
The rulers of the Twin Kingdom give away their legislative rights over their cities and enroll in the empire's High Council as permanent members.
Allocations: Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Twin Kingdom

4507 b.S. The Union of the Tiqua
At age 95 Anadalius finally sees his plan come to fruition as the arguments between the terms of the treaty between the Feudal lords are settled. Whilst citizens of all three nations welcome the idea, the lords, particularly the war-loving Lord Sarasalias of Chima, are displeased. The agreement is referred to as 'The Union of the Tiqua' or 'Tiquaitan'.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

4501 b.S. The 'Red Sunset' of the Tiquaitan and the Death of Anadalius
Due to the cyclical nature of the government, Lord Sarasalias has assumed control of the Tiquaitan with the promise of honouring Anadalius. Soon after, aged 101, Anadalius dies. Two days after the Foreseer's funeral, Lord Sarasalias orders that the combined armies of the Tiquaitan occupy Tsu and Jirai - beginning the infamous three-day-slaughter of all who oppose. Sarasalias declares that the Tiquaitan is his new kingdom over which he will reign as an absolute ruler.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

ca. 4500 b.S.
to 3650 b.S.
The "Age of Birth" of the Tiquaitan Kingdom
During this time of the Tiquaitan kingdom most citizens live with the lingering fear of another "Red Sunset" at the hands of the tyrannical kings. They are able to put it aside however to pursue the classical Tiquaitan fields: medicine, poetry, music and philosophy flourish at a rate never seen with the nations separated. During this time the Order of the Foreseers, due to the renown accumulated by Anadalius and the royal family's need for advice due to general inexperience, become the official advisory body of the Tiquaitan royalty, giving the order a newfound affluence.

Towards the end of this age in Tiquaitan history the kings become practically useless. Obsessed with their own lives of limitless luxury and wealth, they become little more than law-making nuisances, remaining stubborn, obstinate and ignorant. Development of society at this time slows considerably.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

4477 b.S. The Rogetyrim Dwarves discover great Ore Loads in the Imlith Mountains
The Rogetyrim Dwarves discover large deposits of gold, copper, marble, and precious gems in the depths of the Imlith Mountains. Soon they are busy with great amounts of trading between them and the surrounding dwarven, elven and human settlements.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

4327 b.S. The Rogetyrim Dwarves reach the Zenith of their Power
The Rogetyrim Dwarves, now rich from their trade with surrounding peoples, reach the full glory of their new-found power. Their domain extends southwest to the base of the Prominent Mountains, east to the Vindel Mountains and the Stone Fields of Peat, and north to edge of the Themed'lon Forest and the Icelands Coast. The Rogetyrim Denirim, continuing to perfect Keralkorim magic, reach the height of their power.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Prominent Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

ca. 4300 b.S. Fall of Orero Kreankra (Fall of the First Krean Empire)
The First Krean Empire collapses and the Krean are forced to retreat deeper into their woods. More than a third of former Orero Kreankra territory is lost.
Allocations: Krar Men; Krean Men; Orero Kreankra, First Krean Empire; Orihirim Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom

ca. 4200 b.S. Birth of the First Krar Kingdom
With Orihirim counsel, the Krar form their first kingdom, which soon develops into an early version of the Krath Empire.
Allocations: Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krean Men; Orero Kreankra, First Krean Empire; Orihirim Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom

ca. 4000 b.S. Kassite Migration
The Kassites come to the southeastern part of Nybelmar as the Korweynite Empire is on the brink of war. As mercenaries and soldiers they quickly earn the right to settle within the borders of the Empire but the fate of Korweyn seems to be sealed. In the last Battle at the Ranesh only the Kassites stay loyal to the empire and fight with the Korweynites but the battle is lost. An elite guard of Kassite cavalrymen rescues a heir to the Korweynite throne and hides him among their own ranks. The Korweyn Empire falls and Nybelmar falls into a dark age...
Allocations: Kassite Men; Korweyn, Empire; Korweynite Men; Nybelmar, East
Rise of the Krar
Krar influence with the assistance of the Orihirim state, Tar Oria, expands towards the farthest reaches of Lillivear territory in the west. Their threatening presence also looms over most of the Arath realm. Numerous skirmishes between the Krar and the Arath take place in this century, resulting in a constant expansion of the Krar kingdom.
Allocations: Arath Men; Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krean Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom
The First Qualaris Councils
The first Qualaris Councils as 2-3 city alliances surface.
Allocations: Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men

3983 b.S. Westward Departure of the Keekoo Brownies
The Brownie Keekoo the Deliverer reunites Brownies of Southern Sarvonia, organizes them and sends out three groups of colonists. In this year he sends out the very first group from the Auturian Woods, which eventually will become the Aohu'o tribe, the Akdorian Brownies.
Allocations: Akdor, Continent; Akdorian Brownies (Aohu'o); Auturian Woods; Brownie Race; Sarvonia, South
3983 b.S.
to 3109 b.S.
The Wandering Years of the Western Brownies
The Brownie band migrates northward, and soon reaches the Almatrar forest. Finding the Ahrhim tribe of elves already living there, they continue to migrate.

They pass through the Paelelon forest, stopping only long enough to discover traces of the dark elven Eophyrhim.

The Goltherlon, the next forest along their course, also turns out to have previous inhabitants, the Goltherrhim elves.

As the wandering tribe of Brownies continues north, they reach the Thaelon, think it a wonderful place, and settle there. They are never able to shake the feeling of uneasiness that they have while they live there, however, even though they try several different places for their settlement. Eventually they continue north.

Passing through the Hovel Frond forest and the Shaded Forest, they eventually reach the Folkmore Trees on the Peninsula of Kr'uul, and settle at a point where a finger of the Caaehl'heroth touches the fringes of the forest. Even this forest soon proves unsuitable for them.

They change Keekoo's plans they had been following for hundreds of years of wandering, and become ship-builders. A generation later, they build enough ships to hold all the Aohu'o, as they now call themselves, and set sail into the trackless Sea of Tears. This sea proves true to its name, and many ships are destroyed. The few that remain afloat eventually make landfall on the western coast of Akdor, in a bay just north of the Mountains of Hiding.
Allocations: Akdor, Continent; Akdorian Brownies (Aohu'o); Brownie Race; Sarvonia, South; Thaelon Forest

3981 b.S. Keekoo's second Group heads out
Keekoo the Deliverer sends out the second group of Brownie colonists from the Auturian Woods in order to investigate living possibilities for his race. The group sent out this year should eventually become the LLaoihrr tribe, the "Vale Brownies".
Allocations: Brownie Race; Council Tree, Brownie; Sarvonia, South; Vale Brownies
3981 b.S.
to 3638 b.S.
The Wandering Years of Keekoo's second Brownie Expedition
The Brownie band, Keekoo's second group, migrates westward, soon reaching the Zeiphyrian Forest. They discover the Quaelhoirhim elves already living there, and so keep on gradually moving west, looking for a place to call their own.

Following the coastline westward and then following the Thevelin river northward, they eventually reach the Quallian Forest. For reasons unknown, they pass it by, continuing upriver. By this time the tribe has been journeying for more than 300 years.
Allocations: Brownie Race; Council Tree, Brownie; Sarvonia, South; Vale Brownies

3979 b.S. Southward Departure of the Keekoo Brownies
The Brownie Keekoo the Deliverer sends out the third and last group of Brownie colonists from the Auturian Woods where he had gathered them. This group should eventually become the Memnoor tribe.
Allocations: Brownie Race; Memnoor Brownies; Sarvonia, South

ca. 3970 b.S.
to 2970 b.S.
The Wandering Years of the Southern Brownies
The Brownie band migrates southward. They begin to make themselves a home in the Sharadon Forest, but soon find that it is already inhabited by the Maeverhim tribe of elves.

They continue to wander in a southerly direction, but almost as soon as they have passed out from under the eaves of the forest, they encounter members of the Avennorian tribe of humans. There the band finds themselves encaged and kept as pets, just as some of their ancestors have been in the time of Keekoo, and many of them are taken out to sea with whalers and traders. An uprising and mass escape takes place in the dead of night as the ships are anchored just off of Thylascuran on the Aeruillin continent.

As many as escape that night flee into the Plain of Esaechorodd. From there they gradually migrate south, passing through the Sands of Maechalan and the Plain of the Dead, before they finally make it to the edge of the Etherial Void.
Allocations: Aeruillin, Continent; Brownie Race; Ethereal Void; Memnoor Brownies; Sarvonia, South

3943 b.S. The Rogetyrim Dwarves exact Revenge upon the Moh'rhim Elves
The Rogetyrim Dwarves, still basking in their own strength, determine to do to the Moh'rhim Shadow Elves exactly what was done to them. They invade the Shadow Marshes, and despite heavy losses, they manage to defeat the Moh'rhim. They then lay a siege around the marshes, which would last for over a thousand years.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Shadow Elves; Susilgerim Dwarves

ca. 3900 b.S. Growth of the Qualaris Councils
The Qualaris Councils of the previous century merge and evolve into larger alliances, each now comprising around 4-5 cities.
Allocations: Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men

3897 b.S. The Krar Siege the Arath Capital
The Krar move their capitol south to lay siege to the last great bastion protecting the wealth of the Arath coastline.
Allocations: Arath Men; Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men

3846 b.S. The Arath Capitol Falls

ca. 3800 b.S.
to 3700 b.S.
The Birth of the First Empire of Krath (I. Krath)
This century is marked by the birth of the first "Krath" (from "Krar" and "Arath") Empire. In time the Arath within the newly formed empire once again gain control over ongoing trade and infiltrate government bodies. A new line of Arath rulers will triumph over the Krar dynasty.
Allocations: Arath Men; Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men

3760 b.S. The Brownies enter the Sharadon
Brownies sent on an exploration expedition by Keekoo the Deliverer venture into the Sharadon Forest, home of the Maeverhim elves. The elves however do not greet the creatures. They wish for the Brownies to leave, and spend much of their free time dropping light items from their high homes onto the ground in the hopes of deterring the Brownies from staying.
Allocations: Brownie Race; Maeverhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Sharadon Forest

ca. 3700 b.S.
to 3600 b.S.
Rise of I. Krath under the Arath Dynasty (the Reign of the Artath Dynasty)
The Krath Empire under the new Arath dynasty extinguishes the last flame of resistance against the regime. One by one all former Arath provinces are brought under Krath rule.
Allocations: Arath Men; Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Orihirim Men
ca. 3700 b.S. Emergence of the Queenship of Evaquis

ca. 3650 b.S.
to 2650 b.S.
"The Millennium of Prosperity" of the Tiquaitan Kingdom
The impotent king nicknamed "Karashin the Infertile", made famous for never impregnating his Queen, dies, leaving behind his illegitimate heir Narsira. Born with green eyes, his royal heritage was strongly disputed until his official coronation in 3650 b.S.

Under Narsira the Green, the only Tiquaitan monarch without silver eyes, the kingdom flourished. By investing considerable amounts of the royal family's wealth into the pursuits of his citizens Narsira made it an attractive possibility to be a professional intellectual. During Narsira's reign (3650-3479) the Tiquaitan develop their penchant for exploring and began to colonise the Germon Doilth, creating the first wave of wealth for the kingdom with the advent of the silver trade. Narsira’s immediate successors follow in his stead and continue to better Tiquaitan society.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

3638 b.S. The Genesis of the LLaoihrr: The Vale Brownies
One of the Brownie scouts on Keekoo's mission follows a tributary of the Thevelin up to what appears to be its source, pouring out from under a natural stone arch. He keeps exploring upstream and finds himself in a deep gorge. When he finally comes out of the other side of the gorge, he finds he was in a large but sheltered valley, supporting a thriving wildlife population yet uninhabited, heavily wooded and well-watered. Tall, healthy trees spread their branches as far as the eye can see. In short, a paradise - exactly the kind of place his tribe is looking for. A few days later they have made it their home, naming their tribe after it.
Allocations: Brownie Race; Council Tree, Brownie; Sarvonia, South; Vale Brownies
ca. 3638 b.S.
to 1025 b.S.
The Llaoihrr Taming of the Vale
This is an exciting if dangerous time to be a Llaoihrr. The Llaoihrr Brownies seek out ways to live off the forest once again, learning to build homes in the trees to avoid predators and discovering new ways to hunt. Their prowess with machinery begins to stir itself with the invention of numerous traps, as well as an enthusiasm for any useful foliage they can find. The group settles into their new life, growing steadily, and eventually (we think around 3200 b.S.) small sections begin to split off, creating tiny village settlements further and further into the Vale.

It is an era of exploration, of discovering the extent of their new home. The boundaries of Llaoihrr land are pushed back with each new generation, and eventually there are Llaoihrr groups scattered all over the Vale, living in a variety of small villages or larger more organised settlements. Many of these have a particular speciality – hunting a specific animal, collecting a much-loved berry, or knowing exactly how to prepare a normally poisonous plant for the table.

One settlement even devotes itself to resurrecting what it can of life magic. This is surprisingly unpopular as most of the Brownies regard it as a symbol of what was wrong with the old society so long ago, and blame it for the breakdown of the now-legendary Birni era. However, there is enough interest in the ever-growing Brownie community to make it feasible, and they build a home for themselves near the beautiful and serenely eerie Diamond Falls.
Allocations: Council Tree, Brownie; Sarvonia, South; Vale Brownies

ca. 3600 b.S. Civil War in the Empire of Krath
Towards the final decades of this century conflict breaks between the two tribes, resulting in the collapse of the First Krath Empire. The civil war ends with the definitive victory of the Arath. The defeated Krar retreat northeast up to the mountains. Several Arath kingdoms mushroom in former Krath soil.
Allocations: Arath Men; Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
Birth of the three Qualaris Kingdoms
Further calescence between the Qualaris Councils produce three major kingdoms south of Evaquis territory in the north-eastern woods. Other than occasionally uniting against the bigger Evaquis state out of necessity, relations between these three Qualaris kingdoms are tense, often giving rise to minor wars.
Allocations: Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krean Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Twin Kingdom
The Great Unrest
Though the Second Shadow Realm falls the Kaýr suffer from a loss of faith in their principles and various factions dispute over the true way to the One Goddess. Later it is revealed that the Fireelves, a religious sect indeed became worshippers of Coór lured to his side by great deceivers of his. A war breaks out and elf kills elf. The great empire falls apart. The eastern half becomes the Crystal Woods, a deadly forest inhabited by the Coórrhem, the Nightelves.
Allocations: Kaýrrhem Elves
The Great Unrest; the origins of the Aelonrhim, Paelrhem and the Urnarhem
Though the Second Shadow Realm falls the Kaýr suffer from a loss of faith in their principles and various factions dispute over the true way to the One Goddess. Later it is revealed that the Fireelves (Iferhem), a religious sect, indeed became worshippers of Coór, lured to his side by great deceivers of his. A war breaks out and elf kills elf. The great empire falls apart.

During this time, bands of elves leave the realm of Fallaerion Gaeldorioth seeking peace. Half go south and form the Hill Elves (Urnarhem); half go north and in time become the Aelonrhim Nomads and the Cloud Elves (Paelrhem). That is: the group escaping north splits again. Some among them become the Aelonrhim Nomads. The rest journeys to Taegion Madroth and Taegion Naevreth, making a home among the floating lands. This latter group of elves become known as the Paélrhem (lit. Mist tribe).
Allocations: Paélrhem Elves ("Cloud Elves")

3525 b.S. The Rise of the Cult of Fire
During these years the majority of the Cults of Mari are founded, including the notorious Arkhaeon's Guild. A man with a dream, Pheronn Kunran founds a noble household, and settles himself in a comfotable drak in the capital city. One night, while scribbling in his glyphic language, a page of his notes falls into the fire. Devastated, as they are licked up by the greedy flames, he quickly pulls the burning sheet out, and stamps out the scalding tongues. Although what he has written is contorted, the singe marks on the paper have formed the shape of two glyphs, or so it is told: The Glyph of Fire and the Glyph of Dreams, linked together by the curls of a flourish, immediately give Pheronn the idea that he has just been given a divine message, and begins garnering follows for the fiery version of Mari.
Allocations: Mari Cult of Fire

ca. 3500 b.S. Trade between Rhom-Oc, Kanapan Men and the Ice Tribes
Trade increases and so does the amount of caravans moving north- and westward becoming an interesting target for the wanderings clans. The merchants of the Kanapan peninsula and from the Ice coasts take the risks in exchange for precious goods and gold. However, legends about the ghosts of the Heaths and their terrible mounts are spreading with every caravan lost on the way.
Allocations: Ice Tribes; Kanapan Men ("Black Humans"); Rhom-Oc Orcs; Sarvonia, North
3500 b.S. The Immigration of the Santerrans
The Santerrans are said to immigrate from the east on the islands east of Nybelmar: The Santerrans say their ancestors escaped a great threat east of the continent. In their suffering they pleaded one god - any god! - to help them out of their misery and they would worship him till the end of the world.

According to the myth Barkhas, the God of the Seas, hears their pleadings and sends four islands as gigantic ships to bring them away from the threat in the east and in his own realm. The islands travel two years over the oceans and stop at the place where now an archipelago encircles what is called the "Depths of Barkhas", the holiest place of Aca-Santerra (Aca-Santerra actually means "Sacred Land"). The ships are now the islands of Aca-Wyr, the sanctuary of Barkhas. From there Barkhas orders them to settle on all land north and west but not the new continent, yet. However, he promises them that one day they will rule all shores his waters reach. And so the Santerrans grow and prosper on the islands under the guidance of Barkhas the Ruler of all Seas...
Allocations: Aca-Santerra, Kingdom; Nybelmar, East
ca. 3500 b.S. The Founding of the Zhunites
The first Krean explorers arrive on the plains building the basis of the first Zhunite settlements.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Zhunite Men
The Age of Conflict (aka the "Age of Petty Differences"):
Conflict among the Viaquis
In the south of the Peninsula, numerous Viaquis rajas battle each other for more power and land.
Allocations: Arath Men; Krean Men; Sharosar Men; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
Conflict among the Arath
A similar situation as in the south of the Peninsula, where Viaquis rajas battle each other, exists among the Arath in the west.
Allocations: Arath Men; Krean Men; Sharosar Men; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
Krean Economy Thrives
The Krean are very quiet in terms of military prowess in this age, avoiding any major confrontations. They do not take sides in any of the wars breaking in the outside world, preferring instead to further their trade relations with the other tribes. Their neutrality enables them to engage in business with even opposing states – not very infrequently supplying sophisticated poisons to both sides at once. Between selling vials of poison to one side and then selling their respective antidotes to the other (and then reversing the process) the Krean economy blooms. As they continue to expand their trade-empire and gain more and more control over the trade networks of the Peninsula, the Twin Kingdom begins to prosper beyond imagination – much to the envy of the other tribes.
Allocations: Arath Men; Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
3500 b.S. First Krean Explorers Arrive in the Plains of Zhun

3485 b.S. The Expedition From Twofold
An expedition, counting around a hundred men and women, sets out of Twofold. Its leader Baer Saes wants to found a colony in still wild and mainly unsettled lands of Zhun. During the trip to Karakan the expedition gets larger by population of newly founded small farming communities as people hope to live a better life in the promised colony.
Allocations: Katkara, Mining Station

3484 b.S. The Founding of Katkara
Saes' expedition, tired of searching the land for a perfect colony, settles to east of Karakan. Harsh conditions and no promised prosperity chases most of the settlers away to Karakan, leaving Baer Saes with about fifty men and a hope for the support of the Twin Kingdom.
Allocations: Katkara, Mining Station

3483 b.S. Rejected Plead
An appeal towards the Krean authorities, asking for more manpower and resources, is rejected, forcing Saes' men to find a good reason why this new colony should be built.
Allocations: Katkara, Mining Station

3479 b.S. The Gold
It is assumed but not confirmed that during this year, gold is found somewhere around the borders of the colony.
Allocations: Katkara, Mining Station

3477 b.S. Recognition
The prosperous Twin Kingdom, aroused by the news of finding the golden ore, sends much needed resources to Baer Saes in five large caravans. It is said that these caravans contain enough resources to build a large mining facility, let alone a small mining village. It is a mystery, still, where all those resources go and another odd thing is that around 3477 Karakan firstly starts to exploit its mines with new mining equipment.
Allocations: Katkara, Mining Station

3476 b.S. The Founding of Serekeye
Being one of the latest founded colonies in Zhun, Serekeye is nothing more than a little guard post where the Evaquis watch over Krean and Krathrian activity in the region.
Allocations: Serekeye, Village

3475 b.S. The Completion
Newly constructed mining colony of the Twin Kingdom is finally completed. The walls are erected around the village with the claim that "the prosperity of the Krean should be protected from the always-preying eyes of the Zhunite tribes". The access to the village is forbidden for only Katkarians can enjoy in their riches. This declaration caused unrests among the people but the swift action of the Krean military prevents mutiny.
Allocations: Katkara, Mining Station

ca. 3470 b.S. War between the Viaquis and the Krean
A great war begins between jealous Viaquis states, with their eyes set on the fabled weatlth of the Krean, and the Twin Kingdom. Despite their best efforts (and most lustrous coin) the Krean cannot exploit the lack of unity among the Viaquis. Unable to set one raja against another and collapse Viaquis war-efforts from within, open war becomes too taxing on the Krean treasury, which has to hire the armies of neighbouring states to defend the southern border. Not even prodigious Krean vaults can hold against the inexhaustible population of the Viaquis. Krean economy enters a deep depression after this war, taking more than the breadth of a century to recover. Many historians say the Viaquis gathered enough loot in this war to bring about their Golden Age three centuries later.
Allocations: Arath Men; Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
ca. 3470 b.S.
to 3100 b.S.
War Significance
The colony's importance for the Twin Kingdom is best proven in its significance during the Krean war with Viaquis rajas and all other conflicts, mainly with their war against Evaquis and the Empire of Krath. Katkara's resources are spent on improvement of the army and acquiring new and improved weapons and armour from Katkra's rich stock of aurium and iron. As people see the riches that fill Katkarian treasury they want to be included in this payable business. In interest of protecting the secrets of Katkara, the Black Altar arises. No one knows how or when, it just appears there over the night and with it the Black Altar oath which protects the secrets of Katkara even until this day.
Allocations: Katkara, Mining Station

ca. 3417 b.S. Discovery of the Books of Wisdom
Several ancient books are found hidden in the Shaded Forest dating obviously from the times of Fá'áv'cál'âr. They were rumored lost during the War of the Chosen; rather they were hidden for safekeeping. - For the Injerín elves the new discovery leads to a new golden age.
Allocations: Fá'áv'cál'âr, Empire; Injerín Elves; Sarvonia, North

(YEARS 3.400 B.S. - 1.655 B.S.)
3400 b.S.
to 1655 b.S.
The Rebuilding of the Avennorian Civilization
No records have been found during this time. It is speculated that the remnants of the Avennorians, though devastated by disease, famine, and other calamities of the war and even with the help of Xeuá magic took this time to rebuild their civilization.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People")
ca. 3400 b.S.
to 3300 b.S.
The Krar Invasion, the Intervention of the Orihirim and the Birth of II. Krath
Waves of Krar armies come down on the unsuspecting Arath with crushing force. With the Orihirim operating overtly instead of manipulating from behind the scenes as usual, a horrible genocide is averted. With cajoling and where sweet words fail with force (though never lethal), intermarriage is arranged between the two tribes to avoid similar catastrophes from surfacing over ethnic grounds ever again. A new people, the Krathaszar, are born out of this rigorous effort. The Orihirim retreat into their realm, leaving only a rank of advisors with the newly-"forged" empire (II. Krath).

This is the first time the Orihirim openly display their power, remarked by many among them as the loss of their innocence. Rumours of strange creatures of energy seen amidst Orihirim ranks circulate the western reaches of the Peninsula. Oddly, the reports seem to suggest that these creatures appear to orchestrate the whole movement rather than serving the “light ones”.
Allocations: Arath Men; Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men

ca. 3300 b.S. Krean Request to Enter Tar Oria Denied
The first and for a very very very long time the only Krean request to enter Tar Oria is denied. This is the drop that precipitates the Krean enmity toward the Orihirim and open the chasm between the two tribes that will outlast the millennia to come.
Allocations: Arath Men; Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krar Men; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
ca. 3300 b.S.
to 3100 b.S.
The Golden Age of Viaquis
These two centuries witness the Golden Age of Viaquis.
Allocations: Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Sharosar Men; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
ca. 3300 b.S. Expansion of II. Krath
Krath expands eastward, claiming former Krean territory conquered by the Viaquis. The Empire has now reached the centre of the Peninsula, flanking the Krean to the north and the Viaquis to the south.
Allocations: Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
3300 b.S. Emergence of I. Sharosar Empire
The first Sharosar Empire, known for its severe social hierarchy, elaborate rituals and drawling architecture, emerges.
Allocations: Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
3300 b.S.
to 3200 b.S.
Krath vs Viaquis
War continues with the Viaquis.
Allocations: Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Sharosar Men; Viaquis Men

3268 b.S.
to 3152 b.S.
Building of Elindor
The Injerín capital city of Elindor is built spanning the rushing Luquador River with the use of Xeuá magic the natural city is grown.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Prominent Mountains; Sarvonia, North

3251 b.S. The Glara of R'unor flee the beginnings of the Glorious Reclamation
A small R'mart family flees R'unor in a crude boat, which lands on what would become known as the island of Glara, and founders there, stranding them.
Allocations: R'unorian Guild of Librarians

ca. 3250 b.S.
to 3.245
The Settlement of Glara begins
The Glara, lacking the means to build a boat, begin to settle on the island, constructing the beginnings of a small community.
Allocations: R'unorian Guild of Librarians
ca. 3250 b.S. The Glorious Reclamation begins
R'unorians begin to reclaim the island of R'unor from the orcish tribes that dwell there. The bloody, protracted war takes fifty years as the humans surround and snuff out pockets of orcs throughout the island.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of
ca. 3250 b.S.
to 3.245
End of the Glorious Reclamation
The Glorious Reclamation ends with the surrender of the last two clans of orcs to the R'unorian forces besieging them.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of

3230 b.S.
to 3200 b.S.
War Over the Trade Routes: Evalaris vs the Twin Kingdom
A war over the trade routes breaks between the Evaquis (aka Evalaris) and the Twin Kingdom. The Krean want to move fast and put Evaquis out of action before their monopoly over trade in the Peninsula is compromised.
Allocations: Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom
3230 b.S. R'unorian explorers arrive on Glara
A R'unorian expeditionary force arrives of Glara and is surprised to find the settlement there.
Allocations: R'unorian Guild of Librarians
ca. 3230 b.S. R'unorian Explorers arrive on Glara
A R'unorian expeditionary force arrives of Glara and is surprised to find the settlement there.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of

3229 b.S. Glara joins R'unor
A formal invitation to join the burgeoning Kingdom of R'unor is extended, and accepted by Glara.
Allocations: R'unorian Guild of Librarians
Glara joins R'unor
A formal invitation to join the burgeoning Empire of R'unor is extended, and accepted by Glara.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of

ca. 3200 b.S. The Defeat of Korweyn
Many wars have been waged between the empire of Korweyn and the Murmillion kingdom, called "The Second Shadow" (Realm). The Korweyn Empire was already in its decline though, so more and more lands fell to Murmillions until they extended their rule to Eypesh river. Murmillions defeat the last emperor of Korweyn near this river and thus destroy their greatest enemy. However after this grand victory they suffer their own decline and soon most of the conquered lands fall into anarchy.
Allocations: Korweyn, Empire; Korweynite Men; Murmillion Men; Nybelmar, East
ca. 3200 b.S.
to 1647 b.S.
Murmillion Peak of its Power
The Kingdom of Murmillions establishes its traditions and culture. This is a long period of relative peace for the kingdom, none of the Murmillion Kings or Queens laying claim over the neighbouring lands that lay in chaos. The turmoil following the destruction of the empire has not left Murmillions unharmed though. While their culture and religion prospers, economy and military slowly becomes corrupted by intrigues and rivalries among various opposing factions.
Allocations: Murmillion Men; Nybelmar, East
ca. 3200 b.S. Twin Kingdom Blossoms (the Krean)
With the Viaquis threat removed and Krath reopening the trade cannals, the Twin Kingdom once again prospers – this time surpassing even its former splendour. New economic allegiances with the Krath Empire, the three Qualaris kingdoms and the Evaquis are forged.
Allocations: Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom
The War of the Rose - Evaquis against two of the Qualaris Kingdoms
Towards the end of the century, war breaks between the Evaquis and two of the Qualaris kingdoms. The central kingdom remains neutral, acting as a staging point for Krean commercial envoys.
Allocations: Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krean Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Twin Kingdom
Fall of II. Krath - Birth of III. Krath ("II. Viaquis")
After a prolonged time of impasses (which is by far worse for the expansionist Krathaszar) Krath is forced to join forces with the Viaquis to form III. Krath – or perhaps more accurately the II. Viaquis Empire. The superiourly disciplined armies of Sharosar are also a motivating factor for the Krathaszar.
Allocations: Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom
The Southern Viaquis Raja Renounces III. Krath and Declares Independence
The southernmost raja does not accept the new Krath-Viaquis (henceforward "Krath") coalescence and breaks away, declaring his independence as the true heir of Viaquis legacy (hereafter "Viaquis").
Allocations: Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Orihirim Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Sharosar Men; Tar Oria, State of the Orihirim; Twin Kingdom
Krean Embargo of the Evalaris Queendom
Unification of the Qualaris
Taking advantage of the situation, the three Qualaris kingdoms unite around the central one and declare their neutrality to avoid being caught between two giants.
Allocations: Evaquis Men (Evalaris); Evaquis Queendom; Krean Men; Qualaris Confederation; Qualaris Men; Twin Kingdom
Krath vs the Twin Kingdom - Krath vs Sharosar
The strengthened Krath Empire, still intoxicated by its swelling numbers, wages war on two fronts: the Krean to the north and Sharosar to the east.
Allocations: Krath, Grand Empire; Krath'aszar Men; Krean Men; Sharosar Men; Twin Kingdom; Viaquis Men
Krean Embargo of the Evalaris Queendom
Unification of R'unor
The Isle of R'unor is unified under the rule of Varana Turtleblessed, the first Empress.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of

3199 b.S. The Reign of Theodunn
Although the Cult of Fire has already been growing in popularity, due to commoners simply fancying the depiction of Mari, the rise of a celebrity from their own ranks only heightenes this social status. Although his being the youngest of all Captains of the Drakkars has originally made him very famous, his (and the Cult's) popularity reaches their culmination when he is put on to the throne, the first member of the Cult of Fire to be made king. It seems that a deluge of valuable members joins during this era, and the Cut flourishes.
Allocations: Mari Cult of Fire

3190 b.S. First Governors appointed
The heirs of houses sworn to serve the Empress are appointed to govern her newborn empire and maintain it. In order to prevent a conflict of interest, they are stripped of lands and titles and branded as property of the Empress.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of

3180 b.S. The Invasioon
The village Serekeye is discovered and considered a threat to the defensive politics of the Krean government during the Krean-Evaquis conflict. The attack that leads to the downfall of Evaquis efforts in Zhun is a success and the village of Serekeye is now under Krean military control. The information that during the battle, one of the
noted generals is hiding in the village and killed in the heat of conflict marks a great loss for the Evaquis in this battle.
Allocations: Serekeye, Village

3178 b.S. First Gatherers dispatched to the Isle of R'unor.
The first gatherers are sent to R'unor as part of the military forces consolidating control of the Isle of R'unor.
Allocations: R'unorian Guild of Librarians

3172 b.S. Construction begins on the First Library
Construction of the first building intended to house the records of the fledgling guild begins.
Allocations: R'unorian Guild of Librarians

3150 b.S. Capture of Vale Island
R'unorian forces land on the nearby Vale Island. When the P'thia tribesfolk living there resist peaceful integration, R'unor invades and captures Vale.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of

3146 b.S. Capture of the Isle of Kraak
The Isle of Kraak, to the south of R'unor, is taken, and the slow process of integrating it into the empire.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of

3142 b.S. Capture of Grall and Voggra
R'unorian forces land on Grall and Voggra, and subjugate the islanders quickly.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of

3140 b.S. Fall of Bluesteel
The last P'thia settlement surrenders at the sight of a R'unorian fleet headed by a pair of Carserrian gopags.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of
3140 b.S.
to 3120 b.S.
While most major pockets of resistance have been neutralized, the war with the P'thia largely ignored smaller islands. Twenty years are spent bringing the rebel tribe to heel, a cycle of brief sparks of rebellion followed by vicious and bloody oppression.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of

3110 b.S. Death of Varana
Varana Turtleblessed dies, her daughter Varaya ascends to the throne, despite consternation from the nobility, beginning the Turtleblessed line of Empresses.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of
The first Invisible War
Disgruntled opponents of the fledgling Empress Varaya launch a series of attempts at assassination and sabotage. While some of the ringleaders are initially identified and publicly executed, the campaign continues. This persists for two years before the sudden death of roughly half of the Imperial Court, at which point the hostilities abruptly cease.
Allocations: R'unor, Isles of

3109 b.S. Brownies arrive in Akdor
The Aohu'o tribe makes landfall on the coast of Akdor
Allocations: Akdor, Continent; Akdorian Brownies (Aohu'o); Brownie Race

3100 b.S. Construction of the First Library Completed
The First Library is completed and soon proves incapable of housing all the information intended for it.
Allocations: R'unorian Guild of Librarians

3053 b.S. The Discovered Clay
As the military have left the village Serekeye it is no longer supplied by the Twin Kingdom. This leaves the new Krean settlers needing to find a new way of income. During the years they spend in Serekeye, they notice that the earth here acts differently than the one from their homeland. They begin to use their new discovery to aid them in keeping the colony alive.
Allocations: Serekeye, Village

3029 b.S. The Aohu'o tribe settles just North of the Mountains of Hiding
Spread out over quite a distance, the Aohu'o build houses and settle in the trees on the southern fringe of Akdor's great central forest, just north of the Mountains of Hiding.
Allocations: Akdor, Continent; Akdorian Brownies (Aohu'o); Brownie Race

3003 b.S. Construction of the Great Library Begins

ca. 3000 b.S. Vikhari enter the Drifting Woods
The first Vikhari enter the woods. Although it is uncertain from where they have come, it is thought they are a fraction of an ancient tribe that fled the east after Menemron's downfall. Over time, they learn how to survive without outside help.
Allocations: Drifting Woods; Nybelmar, West; Ter'ei'Vikh Men; Vikhari Men
3000 b.S.
to 2097 b.S.
First Trade Alliances between Injerín, Mynians and the Kurakim
For the first time in countless centuries the Injerín create an alliance of trade and brotherhood with the nearby Kurakim dwarves and human Mynian Kingdom.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Kurakim Dwarves; Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North
ca. 3000 b.S. The Forming of the Orb of Ximax
According to legend, the Orb of Ximax is formed by a slight gap in the fabric of Caelereth, and the resulting field of immense magical power saturates the entire Xaramon Peninsula. The power of the orb multiplies the effect of any magic spell cast in the region, and many wizards are drawn to the Peninsula by the radiation of magical power are subsequently destroyed by simple spells gone awry. It is assumed during this time that many wizards may have found the Orb, but not lived to tell the tale, as any spell cast near the unshielded Orb is amplified ten-thousandfold.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Ximax, City
The Cyrathrim Arrival in the Calmarios Forest
The wandering Cyrathrim elves come upon what appears to be a deserted forest. They quickly discover that it is not deserted at all, but occupied by the Gremm, a reclusive and timid tribe of gnomes who normally are exceptionally wary of strangers. The Gremm consent to share their forest, though their reasons for doing so are lost to all but the Gremm themselves.

Soon after their arrival they learn that they are far from being the last of the wood elves when travellers from the Aellenrhim arrive in the forest. A strong friendship is formed between the two tribes.
Allocations: Aellenrhim Elves; Cyrathrhim Elves ("Gentle Tribe"); Gremm Gnomes; Sarvonia, South
Human Supply Posts to support Trade
Slowly the Rhom-Oc neighbours, the humans of the Sarvonian northeastern regions (the Kanapans and the Ice Tribes), found supply posts for the caravans and even brave settlers come to the place to make a fortune but most either leave again or stay forever.
Allocations: Ice Tribes; Kanapan Men ("Black Humans"); Rhom-Oc Orcs; Sarvonia, North
Mithral Mines discovered
The famous Wryhatha and Yrzenerons veins are discovered in the Mithral Mountains. by dwarves. Delving begins, and Kor Mithrid is said to have been founded at that time.
Allocations: Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan"); Sarvonia, South
ca. 3000 b.S.
to 500 b.S.
Serpheloria deteriorates
A succession of weak leaders sets in motion a slow disintegration of the Serphelorian Kingdom. Over this time Elsreth, as well as many other towns in the northern two-thirds of the Kingdom declare themselves to be town-states, independent from the sovereign.
Allocations: Elsreth, City; Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

2997 b.S. The Guild of Librarians is Formed
The Guild of Librarians is formally recognized by the Empress.
Allocations: R'unorian Guild of Librarians

ca. 2980 b.S. The Coming of the Orcs to the Themed'lon
Orcs become more prevalent in the Themed'lon region and begin to make contact with the Lost Ones living within the woods. It is not long before open conflict begins between the two races and the small number of elves are forced to retreat elsewhere, possibly to the islands of the Eight Winds Bay. Only with the help of the pendrowe are the elves able to keep the orcs at bay long enough for the elves to retreat.
Allocations: Lost Ones, the Injerín Sect; Osther-Oc Orcs ("Mount Osthen Orcs"); Sarvonia, North; Themed'lon Forests

2970 b.S. The Memnoor Brownies settle just inside the Ethereal Void
The battered descendents of the third group sent out by Keekoo stagger into the Ethereal Void at a point between the Plain of the Dead and the Desert of Light and find relief - and torment. They are betrayed and attacked by the products of their own fevered imaginations. But they no longer have the strength to recross the desert and so have no choice but to stay. It takes many years for them to make their peace with the Void, but eventually they develop a unique culture that uses the uncertainties and unrealities of the Void to their advantage.
Allocations: Aeruillin, Continent; Brownie Race; Ethereal Void; Memnoor Brownies

2963 b.S. Fiery Inferno in central Akdor
The vast majority of trees in Akdor's central forest are destroyed in fires started because of a human war against pendrowe and drasil. Most of the Aohu'o Brownies are killed in the resulting inferno.
Allocations: Akdor, Continent; Akdorian Brownies (Aohu'o); Brownie Race
2963 b.S.
to 2961 b.S.
The Scattering of the Aohu'o
Because their territory is so spread out, the Aohu'o Brownies are unable to completely regroup after the fiery inferno in central Akdor, and, fleeing for their lives. They are separated into several bands, which will eventually divide further as their population reaches the carrying capacity of their band's territory. These bands struggle for survival, and in the process become very good at it. Aohu'o hunters develop their legendary marksmanship through the process of this struggle.

Aohu'o Brownies also "adopt" the drasil, which has been nearly wiped out in the war and fires, forming a symbiotic relationship with them. Because of everything they have been through, Aohu'o begin to especially value their history, their myths and other stories to a degree not now found among the other Brownie tribes. An oral tradition is developed, and culminates in the creation and eventual separating out of the class or band now known as shamans.
Allocations: Akdor, Continent; Akdorian Brownies (Aohu'o); Brownie Race

2962 b.S. The Great Library is Completed

ca. 2900 b.S. The War with the Orcs Begins between the Lost Ones and the Osther-Oc
The first large clashes between the druids and the orcs begin. The hostilities begin as small raids and skirmishes in the Heaths of Eph'denn. They progress to bloodier battles over time.
Allocations: Lost Ones, the Injerín Sect; Osther-Oc Orcs ("Mount Osthen Orcs"); Sarvonia, North; Themed'lon Forests

ca. 2800 b.S. The Final Battle at the Themed'lon and the Loss of the Mask of the Tree Cousin
The final battle takes place in the northern outskirts of the Themed'lon. The druids repel the invaders using the pendrowe and divine magic. The orcs flee, never to return to the forest for a long time to come. About this time, the druids are thought to have abandoned the forest for unknown reasons. No recorded history concerning the forest is made until the Third Sarvonian War in 298 b.S. Sadly, during this time, the Mask of the Tree Cousin is lost in the forest to later be discovered by the Kaaer'dar'shin.

Allocations: Lost Ones, the Injerín Sect; Osther-Oc Orcs ("Mount Osthen Orcs"); Sarvonia, North; Themed'lon Forests

2796 b.S. The Rogetyrim Dwarves forge the ThrazBarol (Trum-Barol's Axe)
A powerful magical axe, ThrazBarol, is forged by Rogetyrim Dwarven smiths in the Imlith Mountains, with the aid of the Denirim's Keralkorim magic. Nearly fifty years are put into the completion of this weapon, which is then presented to the king as a commemoration of their victory over the Moh'rhim Elves. The axe is said to weigh as little as a few ods, while being significantly larger than any normal war-axe. It is a weapon any dwarf shorter than a Rogetyrim would not be able to wield because of its size. It is said to protect its user from any physical damage, while filling him with extraordinary strength. The blade, it is said, cuts through rock like butter.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

2701 b.S. The Collapse of the Mines
A massive earthquake hits the rich Katkarian mines, which significantly reduces the export of minerals. The Katkarian economy greatly fumbles which forces the secretive Katkarians to rely on the outer world. During these long years, along with rebuilding of the mines, Katkarians have to work in the fields and take care of the cattle (which is considered menial compared to mining) to earn their living.
Allocations: Katkara, Mining Station

2658 b.S. The Poisoning
The underground creek that the villagers found and used for several weeks has become suspicious when half of the village that drinks from that creek gets sick and dies. It is concluded that this creek was somewhat sabotaged and the villagers pursue and execute many men which supposedly had something to do with the poisoning. Hundreds of bounties are placed upon dozens of innocent men and women, they are hunted through all Dragon’s Back and other families, fearing of un-rightful accusations flee the village never to return to the homes forcefully taken from them.

It is only discovered later that the creek had been actually full of clay which acted bad and even lethal for one’s health. The authorities that are to blame for the hunting of honest villagers are replaced and punished, some by hanging and others by less extreme measures.
Allocations: Serekeye, Village

2650 b.S.
to 1749 b.S.
"‘The Descent of the Tiqua"
The Tiquaitan Kings in this era of history begin to ever-so-slightly slow down the progress of the kingdom. Whilst systematic exploration, colonisation and innovation do not cease due to the flame kindled by Narsira, the Royal Family grows increasingly arrogant and selfish, beginning to divert less and less of their personal wealth into the pursuits of their mavericks.

By 1700 b.S., during the reign of Isara the Last, a two hundreth of what was invested by Narsira is invested in the citizens of the Tiqua, showing a horrid loss for the Tiquaitan's potential to grow. The Order of Foreseers also begins to predict the downfall of the Kingdom in three stages: the Lost Return, the Wave of New and the Extinguished Light. Not amused by this, the Royal Family rejects their most trusted advisors, even if it is only to escape the prospect of their inevitable doom.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

2600 b.S. Founding of the City of Basalon
The city of Basalon is founded by Ice Tribe settlers and is soon growing due to a continuous stream of vagabonds, murderers and poor that hope to find peace in one of the most isolated spots of Caelereth. The Rhom-Oc evade the valley of Basalon most of the time but the caravans of merchants and settlers and the supply station bare yet an attractive target for the hungry or desperate orcs.
Allocations: Ice Tribes; Rhom-Oc Orcs; Sarvonia, North

2551 b.S. The Rogetyrim Dwarves split into three Groups
Bickering breaks out among the Rogetyrim Dwarves of the Imlith Mountains about who should be allowed to wield the ThrazBarol axe. The leaders of the army claim they should be allowed to have it battle, as they could put it to the most practical use. The king’s advisory council believes that they should be allowed to have it at times, to prevent the king from being tyrannical in his rule. And the king views the weapon as a gift given to him, and as such only for his own keeping.

Eventually, the three people split into three factions. Those following the king remain in the Great Hall, and retain the name Rogetyrim. Those following the nobles take up residence in one of the larger settlements, and call themselves the "Terogerim". These two factions take for themselves the entire Rogetyrim tunnels, forcing the third faction to remain outdoors. They begin lives of stealth and secrecy, calling themselves the "Susilgerim", in order to avoid detection by the other two groups.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves; Terogerim Dwarves

2500 b.S. The Sealing Off of the Drifting Woods
The Vikhari seal the woods off from the outsiders and hide. During this period, the Deep Mer either enter the woods, or choose to reveal their presence. The two groups will balance on the verge of open warfare most of the time.
Allocations: Drifting Woods; Nybelmar, West; Nybelmer, Deep Mer; Ter'ei'Vikh Men; Vikhari Men
A Journey in Centoraurian Lands: Carbug I
The family of a defeated clan lord leaves the Icelands guided by his widow. They head south and eventually, after a long and arduous journey, his only living descendant will end up uniting the Centoraurians as King Carbug I.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Ice Tribes

2433 b.S. The Reign of Jhelim the Great
Jhelim, Lord of Delvynnar and Highpriest, becomes the first leader that manages to ally many of the Santerran towns and colonies under his reign. During his lifetime many outposts are founded on the continent as tradeposts and military forts. Several tribes living at the coast pay tribute to Santerran cities and offer military assisstance. They'll become the first generation of allies of the Santerran realm who will earn the name "Santerran" for their services for the realm.

Altyr is founded to watch the river mouth of the Jerrah.
Allocations: Aca-Santerra, Kingdom; Nybelmar, East

2361 b.S. The Dwarven siege of the Shadow Marshes breaks
Due to the division among the Rogetyrim Dwarves, the Rogetyrim king's men are now the only ones maintaining the siege upon the Moh'rhim Shadow Elf lands, the Shadow Marshes. With their numbers depleted, they are no longer a match for the Moh'rhim, and are easily driven away. The Shadow Elves now begin plans to take revenge upon the Rogetyrim.
Allocations: Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Shadow Elves; Susilgerim Dwarves

2224 b.S. The Founding of Flaynna
After many centuries, the group continues to expand, while new cults form, but none have overtaken the massive numbers of the Cult of Fire. Their personal drak has been under close quarters for many years, but eventually they can stand it no longer.

As a result, the leader at the time, Lhinras Kunran, leads an expedition with half the cult behind him, while appointing a temporary leader to rule the remaining people. After wandering for many months, they finally witness great rivers of fire flowing down rocks, and see the holy element as a sign from Mari that this is their new home. It takes them a while to adapt to the ways of life in the valley, but eventually they construct a fine settlement, which they name Flaynna. From then on, the Kunrans move back and forth between Dasans and Flaynna, every half year.
Allocations: Mari Cult of Fire

2207 b.S. Founding of the Orcish Society of Enlightenment
Though the orcs of Southern Sarvonia are despised they are mostly left alone, mostly because of their magical abilities, and the fact that they keep the location of their meeting place very well hidden. They believe in the spreading of information and learning, and teach any who will listen, especially human mages who are brave enough to journey northward in search of the Society.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Volkek-Oshra Orcs ("Ximaxian Orcs")

ca. 2200 b.S. A Realm of War is Born: Aerpheronia
The brothers Aerth and Norpheron earn great renown as warlords in the northernmost region south of the Tandala Highlands. Together they finally establish a powerful realm, which should receive the name "Aerpheronia".
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South
ca. 2200 b.S.
to 1800 b.S.
Rare Metals and Stones Discovered
At this point in time the Murmillions are at the peak of their power, and control much land outside of the small peninsula which is the center of their home. The Cult of Fire, too, culminates, especially when they discover several rare gemstones and metals within the slopes of the volcanoes that surround their home. Mithril, amber, and opals are found all in abundance, however the first mentioned quickly runs out due to its popularity. Amber and opal, however, can still be found in the mountains today.
Allocations: Mari Cult of Fire
2200 b.S. The Heath of Jernais Joins Aerpheronia
The Heath of Jernais forms the southern border of the newly formed realm of Aerpheronia. Deer hunters in the heath provide food for the growing population.
Allocations: Heath of Jernais

2097 b.S. The Mynian Men, the Injerín Elves and the Kurakim Dwarves sign a Peace Pact
The Kurakim Clan signs a peace treaty with the Shaded Forest Elves, the Injerín, and the Mynian Humans. For the first time since the Years of Cleansing, dwarves, elves and humans work together and begin to build faith.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Kurakim Dwarves; Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North
2097 b.S.
to 2050 b.S.
Construction of the Mithril Bridge
Expressing a desire to revive the forest known as the Folkmore Trees the Kurakim along with fire attuned mages of the Injerín work together to create one of the wonders of the North, the Mithril Bridge. The ore is provided by the Mitharim Clan.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Kurakim Dwarves; Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan"); Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North
2097 b.S. The Folkmore Settlement of Parthenon is established
A large group of Injerin elves remains in Parthenon and settles it.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Sarvonia, North

2077 b.S. The first Zhunite Contact with Anis-Anpagan
Anpagan galleys reach the Zhunite shores after a long and hard travel along the southern Nybelmarian coast. The Krean and the Anpagans agree to set up the first trade routes of the Zyloth Sea.
Allocations: Anis-Anpagan, Kingdom; Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Zhunite Men

2072 b.S. Finishing of the Great Hall
The Great Hall in the depths of the highest mountain of the Imlith Mountains is finished by the Susilgerim Dwarves. Generations have worked upon it and it is a sight to behold.
Allocations: Susilgerim Dwarves
Finishing of the Great Hall in the Imlith Mountains
The Great Hall in the depths of the Kiinupperon of the Imlith Mountains is finished by the Rogetyrim dwarves. Generations have worked upon it and it is a sight to behold, despite the fact that only the Rogetyrim remain there to enjoy. The king's throne is the highest achievement of the construction. It is placed high upon a pedestal, heavily ornamented, and the ThrazBarol hangs above it.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

2050 b.S.
to 1990 b.S.
Anpagan Deforestations
Overzealous Anpagan ship builders have almost the entire Zhunite coast deforestated. While the trading of wood proves to be a most profitable business for the Zhunites, the long term consequences are disastruous.
Allocations: Anis-Anpagan, Kingdom; Nybelmar, West; Zhunite Men

2039 b.S. Minar II. is allowed to visit the Caverns of Kalern
The Mynian King meets with the Kurakim. They renew the vows of the Peace Pact over fire and spirits, and draw up a blueprint for the city of Vermoth.
Allocations: Kurakim Dwarves; Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North

2038 b.S. Building of Vermoth the Many-Towered
Dwarf masons plan and build the Mynian human colony of Vermoth with elven wood-witchery and human builders' assistance.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Kurakim Dwarves; Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North

2036 b.S. The College of Alchemists is Formed

2026 b.S. Shielding of the Orb of Ximax by Ximan Xuran
The last and most famous of the deaths by the Orb of Ximax occurs. A massive flash of light seen as far away as Caelum illuminates the entire peninsula; this is the beginning of the Ximaxian tale of the founding of the the great magical city. It is said it is this blast that attracts the great wizard Ximan Xuran to the site of the magical orb.

Ximan Xuran, along with his Circle of Magic, dedicate themselves to the protection of the Orb. As part of this task, he commits to the creation of a shield that will diminish the effects of the orb. The occasionally exaggerated threat of danger posed by the orb allows Ximan to convince local leaders and wealthy patrons to invest in the project.

It is believed, too, that as word spreads that Ximan and his Circle have settled, young mages begin to travel to Xaramon Peninsula to take part in the cause and to learn magic from the great wizards. As young mages trickle in, and his Circle realizes a desire to construct a school, to house not only those mages that journey to the Peninsula of their own free will, but those with latent magical proclivities that can be fostered into true magical skill, training them to protect the Orb and maintain the shields that keep its effects contained.

Over the next several years, many of the Circle, including Ximan himself, journey into the territories of regional tribal leaders, most of them of pre-Centoraurian tribes, as the Kyranians prove distrustful of magic. The wizards collect money in exchange for the promise of protection, both from any young rogue mages just coming into their powers that might cause chaos or destruction in a leader's territory and from regional rivals looking to increase their claims. In addition, because the wizards seek to construct a place of learning, they receive donations from rich patrons eager to give to what they deemed to be noble pursuits.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Ximax, City

2017 b.S. The Orcish Society of Enlightenment moves to Ximax
The Volkek-Oshra Orcs
The Orcish Society of Enlightenment moves to the future site of Ximax on invitation of Ximan Xuran. They are hired to help construct the shield dome, and begin to build what would eventually become the City of Ximax. It is a rocky start, as many who had experiences with orcs or orcish species do not think of those times fondly and constantly are worried about what might happen. However, the orcs are well liked for the muscle and magic they help to lend in the city's building.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Volkek-Oshra Orcs ("Ximaxian Orcs"); Ximax, City
Ximan Xuran discovers the Orb
Ximan Xuran and his Circle of Magic find the Orb, and for the first time in known history the Orb is comprehended. Shortly afterwards, Ximan begins calling in favours from those he met on his travels to aid him in shielding the surrounding world from the effects of the Orb.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Ximax, City

2015 b.S.
to 2009 b.S.
Construction of the Twelve Towers of Ximax
The Circle of Magic, the Orcish Society of Enlightenment, a small clan of dwarven Kavoninn Yabarrah ("Travelling Bachelors"), and a number of hired hands work on constructing the twelve towers, six inner towers and six outer towers, that would eventually become the Magical Academy. As the school forms, so do the rudiments of a settlement. As workmen move, they transport their family, the members of whom practice their trade and open shops while her husband, son, brother, etc. work to construct the Academy.

As the school grows, leaders and patrons come to visit to see what their money has built. To accommodate these travelers, some local entrepreneurs start up inns and eateries. As more students come to the school, reagent and wand shops spring up to cater to their needs. While the Academy's twelve towers only require four years to construct, the Inner City around it forms over a much longer span of time.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Volkek-Oshra Orcs ("Ximaxian Orcs"); Ximax, City; Ximaxian Academy; Zirghurim Dwarves

2012 b.S. Official Birth of the Volkek-Oshra
The orcs of the Society of Enlightenment give themselves the name Volkek-Oshra and move into the catacombs beneath the Academy, which they secretly constructed while building the school. These catacombs grow in depth and breadth, pullulating beneath the forming city. Many of the other Ximaxians are very relieved to see the orcs out of site, though many have become more accustomed to living with the orcs. Some are suspicious about these secret catacombs, but most suspicions are dismissed after nothing sinister comes out of them.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Volkek-Oshra Orcs ("Ximaxian Orcs"); Ximax, City

2004 b.S. Finishing of the Ximax Underground Area
The Volkek-Oshra finish the carving out and construction of the great underground arena which they use for entertainment. At first they fight animals, perform short plays, and some not-so-short plays. They also have contests to see who can create the most amazing and crowd-pleasing spells; though after an incident where several watchers are seriously wounded and the caster killed, this is ended.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Volkek-Oshra Orcs ("Ximaxian Orcs"); Ximax, City

ca. 2000 b.S.
to 1000 b.S.
Stones from the Hawkeye Quarry
Some of the key buildings of the town, which still exist today, like the Port Hall, are constructed with material (granite and limestone) from the nearby Hawkeye Quarry.
Allocations: Ciosa, City
ca. 2000 b.S. Oldest scrolls in the Cabinet
The oldest scrolls in the Cabinet are estimated to date from two milennia before Santhros' reign. They are compilations of several older scrolls. In these scrolls, about ten in total, we find notes on the twelve families and their customs, including drawn pictures of woodcarvings and clothing patterns; the first settlers coming to the area; the War of the Chosen; advice on working the fields; tales of Jeyriall teaching the humans of Shneerin; a collection of sayings and proverbs and some loosely arranged notes on various topics. The sources of these scrolls are unfortunately lost.
Allocations: Shneerin, Hamlet
2000 b.S. Start of the Volkek-Oshra Festival of Hunting
The Festival of Hunting starts. Several orcs voice that they are afraid of losing touch totally with their roots and come up with this solution. The festival is a great success, and the first one lasts six days. After this the orcs come to the decision it should be shortened. It is finally decided that a length of three days would be appropriate.
Allocations: Volkek-Oshra Orcs ("Ximaxian Orcs")
ca. 2000 b.S. Rise of the Second Empire of Korweyn
Tiara Ueweniel, the "Evenstar", has been raised by the warskilled Kassite horsetribe their way. She is the only successor in the direct bloodline and is crowned as first Empress of Korweyn, leader of the Korweynite people. Taught in the Kassites' way of life she adopts many traditions from their culture and makes them an important factor in the new Empire, and loyal vassals of her cause. After an age of darkness the Korweynites pacify many of the regions that once belonged to their realm and bring law and order to the lands.
Allocations: Kassite Men; Korweyn, Empire; Korweynite Men; Nybelmar, East
The Coining of the Mynian Currency System
The Kurakim dwarves create a system of currency for the Mynians to replace their existing primitive barter system.
Allocations: Kurakim Dwarves; Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North
The Second Reign of Korweyn
With the second Empire of Korweyn rising to old power several of the southern clans of the Kaýrrhem decide to join the empire to secure its well-being and keep it on the right path. The Kaýr, weakened by the war against the third Shadow Realm, slowly withdraw deep into the jungle and stay most of the time for themselves. The centralistic control over the woods slowly diminishes. Only the lack of organization among the Coórrhem prevents another war between elves.
Allocations: Kaýrrhem Elves

ca. 1980 b.S. The Hiding of the Mask of the Tree Cousin
As the Folkomore elves scatter to far off lands, chased away from the Osther-Oc orcs, they leave behind a powerful artifact; a mask believed to be made from the bark of an ancient pendrowe. The elves called this mask "Quelth'ananuá Modiás" (lit. "Mask of the Earth"). The departing elves ensure that the mask is hidden deep within the woods in the center of a grove guarded by powerful pendrowe.

The mask is believed to have special powers to give the wielder unique communion with nature and to grant the wielder the ability to share the thoughts of the memory tree. In addition, the mask is believed to have a special connection with the forest and must never leave it. The elves give the forest its name - the "Themanhe'lón" (lit. "Fortified Wood", over time, the name was later shortened to Themed'lon). The forest was now alone to protect itself and the artifact.
Allocations: Osther-Oc Orcs ("Mount Osthen Orcs"); Sarvonia, North; Themed'lon Forests

1957 b.S. The College of Mechanists is Formed

1942 b.S. The First Zhunite Uprising
A prolonged famine causes violent riots in all the Zhunite cities. The Krath Empire though crushes these rebellions by its military intervention. No Krean leader speaks against the Empire's actions in Zhun.
Allocations: Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Zhunite Men

1941 b.S. Creation of the Cournanian Calendar
Six centuries after the Year of Darkness the astrologer Cournan and his ardent sympathizers finish the designs of a calendar based on data of the movements of stars. It is their conviction that the origin of the mysterious Year of Darkness can be derived through observation of the course of stars only, implicating that the devine intervention of the Dragonstorm can be reduced to myth only. Although his theoretical work is said to consist of 56 detailed volumes Cournan in the end cannot confirm his daring thesis. His books are burnt and Cournan himself is stoned by the mob for his heretic commitments. Most of his sympathizers too are sacrificed cruelly to the gods.

However, the Cournanian Calender is accepted by the Erpheronians, the now predominating human tribe on the Sarvonian continent and is used to divide the times of the movements of the sun. The beginning date of the Cournanian Calender is defined as the second year after the Year of Darkness, 1648 b.S.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South
Zhunite Upspring
It is rumoured that, although the villagers of Katkara proclaim their independence to the Grand Empire of Krath, some villagers serve as imperial spies and that fact enables the Empire to find out some useful information about the rebellion efforts in Karakan and Katkara.
Allocations: Katkara, Mining Station

ca. 1900 b.S. Unification of the Horsemen Clans of the Aurora Region
The unification of the horsemen clans of the Aurora region takes place and "Centorauria" (lit. "Around the Auroras") appears as a united kingdom for the very first time, under the rule of a foreign maverick that rises to the throne as Carbug I.
Allocations: Aurora Plains; Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

ca. 1890 b.S. King Carbug the Great
(Son: Agum)
Carbug the Great is the Founder of Centorauria. He descends from an Iceland family that over the Centuries came south. He rises to power to a proto-Centoraurian tribe and manages to unite them to a confederation of tribes under his rule. He builds his capital, that bears his name in the center of the Aurora Fields, from where the name "Centorauria" derives.
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians
1890 b.S.
to 1869 b.S.
King Agum
Agum is the son of Carbug. He expands the realm and establishes a bureaucracy and strenghtened central government.
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians
ca. 1890 b.S. Ximax part of King Carbug's Confederation
Because the Magical Academy of Ximax holds contracts of protection with many of the tribal leaders, both the school and the city that have formed around it, now known as the "City of Ximax", is naturally assumed to be part of Carbug's confederation. However, the city experiences very little change, and continues to run as it always has.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Ximax, City

1880 b.S. Plundering of Basalon by the Rhom-Oc
The plundering of Basalon takes place in this year after a decade of Ice Tribe campaigns and aggressive extinction tactics against the Rhom-Oc. Several clans unite for the goal to teach the humans a lesson and many others support their cause. In the winter of 1880 when the humans all take quarter in the city or hamlets 3000 warg riders gather to bring death and destruction over the valley of Basalon.

The humans never expected the stupid orcs to ever organize themself to a dangerous army and never expected that anyone could wander through the heaths in winter so the terrifying army of wargs and orcs hits them totally off-guard. The valley of Basalon is overrun in three days, many hamlets are burned, its villagers killed. But even worse: the Rhom-Oc take the city in one assault burning and plundering it completely. At the same time other clans attack and destroy many supply stations in the heaths.

When spring comes and the first caravans leave the south they encounter the ruins and places of slaughter and arrive in a striving trade town where nearly two thirds of its population have died of starvation.

Thus the Rhom-Oc teach the humans a lesson for years to come. All their tactics and strategies to get rid of the vermin of the heaths fail in the vastness and unknown territory.
Allocations: Ice Tribes; Rhom-Oc Orcs; Sarvonia, North

1869 b.S.
to 1860 b.S.
King Auroren

1860 b.S.
to 1821 b.S.
King Ramentos

1821 b.S.
to 1766 b.S.
King Carbug II
King Carbug abolishes the confederation and establishes a kingdom. He is considered to be the father of Centorauria, as his legacy will live until the forming of Tharania (and beyond).
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians

1817 b.S. The Rogetyrim Dwarves' War
In an attempt to take the ThrazBarol axe for themselves, the Terogerim Dwarves attack the Rogetyrim Dwarves. Their kinsman, the Susilgerim, are caught in the middle of the conflict, and all sides suffer great losses. After much horrid fighting, the sides reach a standstill, and the fighting ends. The feeling of discord among the factions remains strong, however.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves; Terogerim Dwarves

ca. 1800 b.S. Assault on the Drifting Woods
Driven into a frenzy by a semi-religious myth declaring the Vikhari as profane creatures, the Morchini clans of the Kaerathi plains assault their territory. The Vikhari defend themselves bravely, but their lack of numbers is not outweighed by their knowledge of the woods. Slowly, they are whittled down as the Morchini forces are able to occupy parts of the Drifting Woods. The tide is turned when the Deep Mer begin to interfere, and offer the Pact of the Root to the Vikhari. Merfolk assassins and Vikhari hunters, both sides strenghtened by materials provided by the other tribe, quickly begin to sow panic amongst the invaders. Within a few years the original borders are restored.
Allocations: Drifting Woods; Nybelmar, West; Nybelmer, Deep Mer; Ter'ei'Vikh Men; Vikhari Men

1793 b.S. Transported to Lhindal
The Murmillions originally had their cults living in their own drak within the capital of Dasans, and a few of the larger cults having some members in other cities. When the city of Lhindal is founded in 1793, all cults are forced to relocate in the city, and build their temple there, making it an immense religious center. Some tensions spark between opposing cultures that have been forced to live in the same city, but it makes the Murmillions more connected as a people. However, it also detracts from the wide range of resources that have once been available to them, as the Cult of Fire can no longer harvest their ores and gems, due to their new territory.
Allocations: Mari Cult of Fire

1776 b.S. Disappearance of Aváth'caó
One of the most prominent Xeuá users Aváth'caó tries to heal the wounds of the land near the keep of a former Chosen, Tak'dinal, and is lost.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Sarvonia, North

1766 b.S.
to 1758 b.S.
King Abarthor, Queen Tilerina

1758 b.S.
to 1746 b.S.
Queen Tilerina
(Son: Amarandil)
The first female Centoraurian Queen, wife of Abarthor.
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians

1750 b.S. The Root Pact Peace
The Vikhari-Nybelmer pact is officialised, and the peace of the Root Pact begins. Limited trade is made possible between the tribes.
Allocations: Drifting Woods; Nybelmar, West; Vikhari Men
1750 b.S.
to 1640 b.S.
The massive Anpagan Immigration
The Republican Wars in Anis-Anpagan cause a massive wave of refugees to seek out a new life on the shores of Zhun.
Allocations: Anis-Anpagan, Kingdom; Nybelmar, West; Zhunite Men

1749 b.S. The Return of the Alilian Septet
A group of seven explorers sent to investigate the lands and seas east of the Municipen di Fa, taking a route through the Doilth's Rockfang Pass, are dispatched in 1710 b.S. News reaches the Tiquaitan that the characteristcally unusual mountains suffered an avalanche. When the seven explorers do not return they are declared as dead in 1711 b.s.

However, 39 years after being sent out, the seven return. This sparks alot of speculation - many believing it to constitute the "Lost Returning" prophecy. They claim that they have, under the tutelage of a mysterious triad of men (acknowledged by historians to be the Pyrunai brothers - the fathers of Blood Magic), they have become significantly powerful magi and are willing to share their power with the kingdom to further its development.

Being the arrogant fool that he is, King Isara rejects the idea that anyone should share control or influence within the Kingdom, openly refuting the claims that they are powerful at all, merely they are capable of performing cheap tricks that delude their audiences. Enraged, the seven plan to overthrow the King, planning the first civil conflict in the Kingdom's history.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

1746 b.S.
to 1736 b.S.
King Amarandil

1743 b.S. The Second Zhunite Uprising
The chaos following the arrival of the countless waves of Anpagan refugees causes another set of large riots in the Zhunite cities. This time they are better organized, being helped by various Anpagan factions as well. The Krath Empire reacts in the same way and because Anis-Anpagan couldn't afford another large scale war, the rebellions are once again, crushed.
Allocations: Anis-Anpagan, Kingdom; Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Zhunite Men

1736 b.S.
to 1725 b.S.
King Carbug III

1729 b.S. The March on the Emerald Palace - A New Tiquaitan Republic
With the help of traitorous General Damasari, who is promised a reward, on 3rd day of the Frozen Rivers, 1729 b.S., the Alilian Septet (named as such since they are led by Alil) march on the Emerald Palace, slaughtering both the guards, servants and Royal family indiscriminantly. After the coup, they declare themselves as the rulers of "The Grand Autocratic Republic of the Tiquaitan", casually referred to as 'The Tiquaitan Republic'. Once they have assumed power, General Damasari and his men are executed for treason. Many more show great panic, seeing this as the "Wave of New" prophecy being fulfilled.

Though the Septet was equally as powerful as the obstinate King, their fresh outlook on the nation's course made the next three decades some of the most fruitful in the Tiquaitan's history, creating a minature "Golden Age" for the realm once again.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

1725 b.S.
to 1703 b.S.
King Samandil

1720 b.S. The Mitharim open a new Mithril Vein
The Zinamor Vein, a rich mithril orestrike is opened at Kor Mithrid by the Mitharim Dwarves.
Allocations: Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan"); Sarvonia, South

1703 b.S.
to 1702 b.S.
King Mircon the Drunk
Assassinated by his nephew Damahil, who marries his wife.
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians

1702 b.S.
to 1687 b.S.
King Damahil
(Son: Gulman)

1700 b.S. The Fall of the Murmillion Kingdom
The last king of the Murmillions leaves the kingdom in a power vacuum and various factions begin to fight for the throne. The kingdom falls into complete disorder with each noble Family only caring for their own advantages. Poverty and hunger strike the kingdom so the Murmillions only concentrate on internal affairs not bothering about a new power setting its foot onto the continent: Aca-Santerra founds its first cities and outposts along the Jerrah river and the coastal regions.
Allocations: Aca-Santerra, Kingdom; Murmillion Men; Nybelmar, East

1699 b.S. Fusion of the Septet and Rise of All-Commander Alil
The perfect system of the Septet is flawed. Whilst originally in agreement about key issues concerning the Tiquaitan, the seven men are now approaching a level of indecision equaling that of the Kings, something they hope strongly to avoid. As a solution Garalaria, the second strongest in the Septet only to Alil, suggest they form one consciousness. Surely if they were one mind they could get much more done?

Using their recently discovered magic they manage to fuse their minds into one, but once again, this presented them with further problems. The telepathy established between the men allows them to hear the thoughts of each other, and the thoughts of seven men in one man's head is enough to drive anyone insane. Within three weeks of the magical "mind-bridging" three of the Septet (Garalaria, Murala and Estello) have committed suicide, driven insane by the chattering of thoughts. The remaining four quickly notice their own strength has been increased, leading them to assume that the power of the dead three had been distributed amongst the survivors.

Alil, now driven insane and power-hungry, kills his three other colleagues, inheriting the power of six master magi. The man adopts the persona of a tyrant, declaring himself "All-commander of the Republic". He immediately disposes all the Generals in the Tiquaitan armies of their positions (fearing the advent of another Damasari) and adopts the role as general for every single leigon. He immediately begins to expand the Republic's borders into Tsohamin and Tarshiinite territory at an unprecedented rate, causing the two tribes much discontent.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

1698 b.S.
to 1650 b.S.
King Maengolth "the Villainous"
(Son: Caein, Daughter: Jenefra)
Maengolth faces an attempted coup, during the rebellion of 1653 b.S., where several noble familes of Voldar at the instigation of Lord Kastigher of House Cloriae, seek to overthrow what they see as Maengolth's oppressive reign. During the 37th year of his reign, the Dragonstorm occurs, after Maengolth demands that the hero Wengerim slays the adamant-dragon, Seargon, to gain his daughter’s hand in marriage. In 1650 b.S., Maengolth is murdered at the hands of his own son, Caein, in collusion with the dragon Ol'dém'bréy.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1695 b.S. Crumbled Leaf's Comment
In the Aohu'o Hawkfeather band, Crumbled Leaf, the local shaman, makes an offhand comment that "The spirits of rock, tree, and stream will never abandon us as long as the sun shines".
Allocations: Akdor, Continent; Akdorian Brownies (Aohu'o); Brownie Race; Milken Brownies

1689 b.S. Initiation of the Tiquaitan Republic Wars
After persuasion from the Tarshiinites, the Tsohamin and Tarshiinites form a coalition against the Tiquaitan Republic, initiating the forty-year conflict known as "The Tiquaitan Republican Wars". Whilst a majority of the fighting is done by the vicious Tsohamin (with the Tarshiinites securing their holds on the affluent Tiquaitan territories) the organizational problems presented by having one general for a whole nation's forces caused the systematic massacre of legions of troops. Many armies are executed under Alil's orders for leaving the area they had been stationed in to help their comrades. This instills immeasurable fear in the other cotingents, who practically stand still waiting for their enemy to find them. In combination with the Tiquaitan martial inexperience, the odds seem to be stacked against them.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men

1687 b.S.
to 1683 b.S.
King Gulman

1683 b.S.
to 1670 b.S.
King Banarcum
Banarcum is the grandson of Mircon the Drunk.
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians

1679 b.S.
to 1648 b.S.
The Orcal Wars
The Krath Empire is involved in a thirty years bloody war against the western orc tribes. The Zhunites are drafted in the Empire's armies from time to time, but generally they are kept out of the way. The Empire's grip on Zhun though, is weakened with each passing year.
Allocations: Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Orcal, Kingdom; Orcristh Orcs; Zhunite Men

1670 b.S.
to 1663 b.S.
King Orcharon

1662 b.S.
to 1650 b.S.
King Lanaget
King Lanaget is the last of the Carbugian dynasty. Carbug is burned to the ground and is never inhabited anymore.
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians

1657 b.S. The Moh'rhim Elves and Rhom-Oc Orcs form an alliance
The Moh’rhim Shadow Elves convince the Rhom-Oc Orcs that they can help them achieve vengeance against the Rogetyrim Dwarves. The elves have been long in planning their revenge, and give much aid and support to the Rhom-Oc in helping them prepare for war.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rhom-Oc Orcs; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Shadow Elves; Susilgerim Dwarves

(YEARS 1.655 B.S. - 822 B.S.)
1655 b.S. The Killing of the Dragon Seargon
Wengerim the Dragonslayer
The Vardýnnian hero Wengerim kills the adamant-dragon Seargon, who was believed to be unvincible until this day, with the help of his wits in the Grotto of Engeroth.

As a prize for his deed Wengerim gains the daughter of the tribe's sovereign Maengolth, the charming Jenefra, the "Most Beautiful of the Beautiful", as she is called by the poets of the time.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South
The Rebuilding of Marcogg
Under the leadership of Barek Swanhild the Avennorians begin to rebuild Marcogg over the ruins of the old capitol Marcogg.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South
The Avennorians under the leadership of Barek Swanhild return to the area and rebuild the town. It is decided for reasons of morale and historical precedent to also rename the town in honour of its original founder, Leimolf Marcogg.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Marcogg, City; Sarvonia, South
1655 b.S.
to 1648 b.S.
The Third Zhunite Uprising
The Zhunite cities take advantage of the Empire's troubles in the Orcal Wars and form a common council (the Assembly of Equals) proclaiming their independence. Anis-Anpagan salutes this decision sending them aid against the Empire's retaliation. Eventually, after seven years of continuous struggles the Zhunite city-states are recognized as such by the Krath Empire. Yet although from this point on their independence is generally unquestioned, they remain under the heavy influence of the new Anis-Anpagan republic.
Allocations: Anis-Anpagan, Kingdom; Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Orcal, Kingdom; Orcristh Orcs; Zhunite Men

1653 b.S. The Great Shipbuilding
Barek Swanhild is crowned Avennorian King. He initiates the largest shipbuilding project the Avennorians ever had. His desire is to explore the seas and hopefully to find lands with gold and treasure and his own ancestors' homeland from where they were captured and sold as slaves to the then old Avennorian Kingdom.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South

1652 b.S. The Discovery of Darknar (Doranthakar)
The first Avennorian exploring ship sets sail; she is named the "Sorli". The ship has a compliment of twenty crew members besides the captain who is called Okar Snivild. They set sail in early spring and return six months later with news of an island southwest of them in the Adanian Sea. An expedition is planned to explore the interior.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South

1651 b.S. Barek's Disappearance
The "Sorli", with the same captain sets sail for the island the Avennorians call "Darknar", for Barek is convinced that they have found the lands of his ancestors. The ship however never returns. This island we now know as "Doranthakar".
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South

1650 b.S. The Dragonstorm
The Dragonstorm
In the 37th year of the rulership of Maengolth, the sovereign of the Erpheronian tribe, a terrible assault of dragons comes down on the territories of today's Santharian province of Vardýnn to avenge the destruction of Seargon the Eternal, one of the three adamant-dragons, through the sword of the Erpheronian prince Wengerim.

Hundreds of beasts cross the Tandala Mountains, advancing to the Warnaka in the west, devastating the Silvermarshes in the south, finishing the assault near Ephirn's Lake. Thousands of humans die from the fires of the Winged Death, even Wengerim the Dragonslayer Wengerim himself cannot escape his fate.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Halfings, Race; Heath of Jernais; Helmondsshire Halflings; Sarvonia, South
Death of the Centoraurians King Lanaget
Thousands of Centoraurians die from the fires of the Winged Death, among them the king of the Centoraurians Lanaget, the last of the Carbugian Dynasty, with all his kin in his attempt to help the Erpheronians against the dragon horde.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe")
Caein's Pact with the Winged Death
Caein, youngest son of the Erpheronian sovereign, promises the adamant-dragon Ol'dem'brey to kill his father himself to free his people again from the suppression of the dragons. As Caein himself longs for the power of the Erpheronian sovereign he has no remorses to sacrifice Maengolth on an altar at the tops of the Warnaka, hoping to receive praise of his people and to ascend the throne. But after finishing the ritual the enraged Ol'dem'brey destroys Caein too in front of his people as he returns from the altar with bloody hands.

After the death of their leaders the remaining people await the further assaults of the dragons defenceless.

The burning Caein, head held high, should later on become an often used symbol for the Erpheronian tribe, especially among other tribes of Southern Sarvonia. The burning Caein represents for one the unceasable will to power as well as the divine punishment for human arrogance, a deadly combination characteristic for the Erpheronians.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South
The Return of Aváth'cáo
Fallen Leaf. In Northern Sarvonia rumours spread from the Forbidden Zone that a spirit haunted the ruins of Tak'Dinal. It turns out that it is the lost Injerín child Aváth'cáo who in her search for knowledge became corrupted by the secrets she found in the keep's catacombs.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Sarvonia, North
Embassy of Folkmore
Frozen Rivers. Soon after the discovery of Aváth'cáo's corruption a group of elven healers set out from the Folkmore Trees to confront her at Tak'Dinal. To their surprise Aváth'cáo left her minions and went back with the Avénnian’cál delegation. She recants her evil and offers to do whatever the council decides.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Sarvonia, North
Devastation of the Hobbitshire
Countless innocent halflings die in the attack of the dragons on their home, and their houses are laid to waste. Some of the survivors journey south, seeking refuge and peace. Those halflings eventually come to the Alianian Hills and, with the help of the Jhehellrhim elves, settle into what is now known as the "Dogodan Shire".
Allocations: Alianian Hills; Dogodan Halflings; Halfings, Race; Helmondsshire Halflings; Jhehellrhim Elves ("Rebel Tribe"); Sarvonia, South
Ximax provides Aid after the Dragonstorm
Because of its location, the Academy and City avoid the damage suffered by the northern villages when dragons from the Tandalas rain destruction down on the inhabitants. When the Dragonstorm begins, Ximax is called to protect the northern cities from the great beasts. However, the wizards of Ximax cannot travel quickly enough, and much of the north Centoraurian villages are destroyed. The mages help to rebuild the villages, but can do little else. They are immensely grateful for the aid of the Volkek-Oshra and dwarven clan of Unghur, who aid them in the construction of a set of catacombs beneath the city. Afterwards, the catacombs are filled in to avoid any future problems.

Ximax bares the Year of Darkness that follows, and many of the residents of Ximax die of starvation; however, its ample magical resources help to mitigate the problems somewhat, leading to fewer deaths than might otherwise have been the case. Some mages are also sent abroad to provide what help they could, winning the city much goodwill in the process.
Allocations: Volkek-Oshra Orcs ("Ximaxian Orcs"); Ximax, City; Zirghurim Dwarves
1650 b.S.
to 1636 b.S.
King Thysleus I
Thysleus I is the founder of the Thyslanite dynasty and the city of Thyslan, which becomes the new capital.
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians
1650 b.S.
to 1646 b.S.
Queen Jenefra "the Beautiful", King Wengerim
Jenefra the Beautiful
Queen Jenefra
Jenefra (from 1670 to 1626 b.S.) is short-time Queen of Erpheronia and daughter of the notorious Maengolth, one of the most important Erpheronian monarchs during the beginning of the Age of Awakening.

Jenefra is reputed to be the most beautiful human woman ever born since the creation of the world. In several poems written during this time she is named the "most beautiful of the beautiful" or the "rising of the shining sun". In 1655 b.S Jenefra is wedded to the knave Wengerim as a reward for his slaying of the adamant-dragon Seargon, which he was forced to do by her father to prove his love.

In 1650 b.S., Maengolth is murdered at the hands of his own son, Caein, who is acting under a pact with the dragon Ol'dém'bréy. Caein is later himself betrayed and killed by the dragon, and Wengerim is killed during the Dragonstorm, leaving Jenefra a young widow at the age of 20. The Council of the Ten Ruling Houses of Voldar votes her de-facto sovereign of the Erpheronian Kingdom.

The last surviving member of her family, Jenefra is not well accepted among the people due to Caein's heinous actions. However, her immense courage and determination help mobilise the people of Voldar, who withstand the incessant onslaught of the dragons until the arrival of Katya Ileri Dain. The common girl Katya later becomes Queen of the Erpheronians when Jenefra abdicates in her favour and is known among her subjects and in the history books as "Katya the Just".
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians
1650 b.S. The Dragonstorm hits Jernais
After the death of the Adamant Dragon Seargon by the hands of Wergerim, hundreds of dragons led by Ol'dem'brey arise from the Tandala Highlands and descend upon the region, burning everything in their wake. The City of Jernais, though still a modest town at this time, is burned to the ground. Hundreds of innocent villagers die in the fiery onslaught.
Allocations: Jernais, City

1649 b.S. Sacrilege of Folkmore
Turning Star. When Aváth'cáo is told that the council has decided she has been found violating the elven way, she storms into the council chambers in a fury. Power crackles from her fingertips as she slays the council. Her decision rings in her ears as she knows a true elf could not do this. Aváth'cáo then seems to go mad, and in the process powers not seen since the Wars of the Chosen are released, destroying the city Parthenon, and killing many of its inhabitants.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Sarvonia, North
The Burning Night
Turning Star. It is said that when Aváth'cáo earns her name "Gouran" by destroying Parthenon, Coór looks down on her with favour. He marshalls his powers and lends her his support. The sun becomes hidden from view, and he tells those that bear his mark, the Black Shard, to bring chaos to the land. Countless torches, buildings and bodies are set alight in the name of chaos. Thus, the Burning Night comes to pass.

Gouran destroys the Folkmore Trees and hunts down the elves that live there. With her minions she marches on the Kurakim as well.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Kurakim Dwarves; Prominent Mountains; Sarvonia, North
The Rise of Shadow Empire
Molten Ice. The shadow elves, who have become creatures of darkness revel in the night, and see it as a chance to expand from the Waters Marshes. Daring lightning attacks are made into the Wilshire Heath against the orcs. The orcs triy to fight back, but how could they fight a shadow in the night? In the end they can not, and are forced south.
Allocations: Sarvonia, North; Shadow Elves
The Fall of the Mynians
Singing Bird. With the orcs forced to move south, the shadow elves soon come against the humans of the Mynian empire. The strength and courage of the men fighting during those dark days becomes legendary. For months they stemm the flood of orcs and goblins, but in time they are simply overwhelmed. Their borders are soon overun and their great city Weavermoth is put to the flame, so the orcs can not take it.
Allocations: Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North; Shadow Elves
Flight from Folkmore
The elves that survive the destruction wrought by Gouran are forced to flee to the east. Orcish calvary pursues and wargs snapp at them, bringing many that remain to their death. When some near the Mithril Bridge they can see that her forces already guard it. Many more perish that day, when they think hope was near. The remnants take to crude ships that are built quickly. Gouran causes a great storm to occur, all save two ships are destroyed. The two that survive become separated and land on separate islands.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Sarvonia, North
The Kurakim Retreat
Gouran the Vicious comes into Coór's favor. The uppergrounders marked by the Black Shard run amok across the continent, looting, burning, and destroying. The city of Parthenon is destroyed. Dwarves retreat into their cavern fortresses and withdraw from the upperworld.
Allocations: Kurakim Dwarves; Prominent Mountains; Sarvonia, North
The Vardýnnian Atonement
It is said that the Burning God, Foiros, finally hears the bidings of the human priests begging for the help of the gods to finish the torment of the dragons: At the end of the Caelerethian year the burning orb of the sun descends below the world and returns not before one year has passed, so that a deadly coldness afflicts dragons and humans alike. Many dragons and humans fail to survive this so-called Vardýnnian Atonement in the Year of Darkness.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Heath of Jernais; Sarvonia, South
1649 b.S.
to 1648 b.S.
The Vardýnnian Soul Robbery
The supposedly divine intervention, which killed the dragons over Vardýnn, produces another devastating effect to the human peoples: It is written already in the books of the Axhái that the cycle of life of the first dragons as the eternal creatures must not be broken by mortal beings. It is also said that most dragons are the representation of dark souls, and that these souls escape when the dragons die and try to take possession of the other living creatures which have affinity to evil.

As Wengerim's soul was pure and innocent when killing Seargon his soul was not captured by the adamant-dragon's dark being, but the souls of many others who survive the Vardýnnian Atonement are now darkened forever, some of these people even gain the ability of shapeshifting to dragons.

Others flee to the south, hoping to escape the late revenge of the dead dragons or kill themselves when recognizing that their life is lost. Indeed only very few managee to save themselves. It is said that many dark orders of dragonknights which are founded years later in the vicinity of Vardýnn have their origin in this Vardýnnian Soul Robbery.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South
Mir'Dark, the "Endless Night"
What the Erpheronians call the "Vardýnnian Atonement" the Avennorians call "Mir'Dark", which in the Glandorian tongue means "Endless Night". Many Avennorians die that year including Barek Swanhild.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South
1649 b.S. The Year of Vikthi
The Year of Vikthi, during which the Moon is the main source of light in the sky, has devastating results on the Drifting Woods. The Vikhari abandon their outposts and concentrate all their people in a temporary settlement around the Three, at that time the three largest Moss Mounds in the area. While the Vikhari are nonetheless decimated, under the now ice-covered surface the Merfolk lose at least half of their population. Only its exceptional geology prevents the Drifting Woods from freezing to death completely, and many a species that has been annihilated everywhere else during these difficult times manages to survive here.

Known to the rest of the world as the Breaking, or the Year of Darkness, during this period the Vikhari feel the presence of their protector even stronger than usual, as it is the only source of light in the sky. From among the gathered survivors in the House of the Three, a prophet comes forth and proclaimes the five prophecies that are collectively called the Path to Vikthi.
Allocations: Drifting Woods; Nybelmar, West; Nybelmer, Deep Mer; Ter'ei'Vikh Men; Vikhari Men
The Battle of Tak’Dinal
Days of endless fighting occur under the shadow of Tak’Dinal, finally after a great push the dwarven forces are able to gain the gates. The elves race in and join up with the dwarves, once inside the battle is soon over. The elven mages attempt to obliterate the citadel, but are only able to destroy the new additions. So, the great catacombs remain intact, and any who venture into it whether warrior or mage are not seen again.

For over a year the Kurakim survive underground without fresh vegetables or outside trade. After long battles against the Kurakim and Injerín, Gouran is forced back to the Mithril Bridge where she is killed by her own father. After the destruction of Tak'Dinal and the death of Gouran at her own father’s hand, Injèrá finally rises.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Kurakim Dwarves; Prominent Mountains; Sarvonia, North
The Healing of Katya Ileri
During the Dragonstorm the adamant-dragon Ol'dem'brey rains fire upon the village of Yarrow, killing almost everyone. The young girl Katya Ileri is the only survivor. Badly wounded, she wanders into the ancient forest of the Thaelon. There it is rumoured that the light elves of the ancient forest find her and heal her injuries. Her hair has turned white when she leaves the forest. - Katya Ileri would later on become the famous Erpheronian Queen "Katya the Just".
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; Thaelon Forest
1649 b.S.
to 1641 b.S.
The Long Trek
Some of the orcs set up a stronghold in the foothills above the ruined Weavermoth, while the many of the others pursue the Mynians. Thousands are caught near the coast as they try to flee and are hacked down, leaving bodies and bones covering the beaches and land. This later causes the area to be named the Skeleton Coast. Those not caught here flee inland.
Allocations: Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North
1649 b.S.
to 1648 b.S.
The Vardýnnian Atonement strikes the Hobbitshire
The hobbits remaining in the Hobbitshire near the Silvermarshes suffer a sunless year. Many die from the cold, though surplus from crops in the past years of the Hobbitshire provide most with enough food to last until the cold is over. Those who have no home or lack considerable in victuals journey south to where their fellow halflings have already settled. The Dogodan Shire grows to a healthy population of a few thousand.

When the Atonement ends, the halflings live in the Silvermarshes among the ruins of Hobbitshire. They immediately begin to rebuild and rename the shire "New Hobbitshire". They experience a time of great growth and healing, and their numbers rises again.
Allocations: Dogodan Halflings; Halfings, Race; Helmondsshire Halflings; Sarvonia, South
1649 b.S. Rise of the Thyslanite Dynasty with Thysleus I.
After the death of the king of the last of the Carbugian Dynasty the first of the Thyslanite Dynasty, Thysleus I., rises to power at the Centoraurian kingdom.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe")
Drafas Tristin founds the City of Strata
Trafas "Longstep" Tristin, who left Voldar in the Year of Darkness with a band of citizens to search for light and a new home in the south, after a long trek south eventually founds the city of Strata at the southernmost tip of the Sarvonian continent.

When Tristin and his men see the sun dawning in the south they agree unanimously that this was the place they have sought for and found a town upon the ruins they encounter there. Drafas calls it simply "Strata". It is a Styrásh name, meaning "south". The people following Drafas from this time on are referred to as the "Stratanians".

Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Strata, City; Stratanian Men
Shadow Elves attack the Dwarven Imlith Settlements
With the year of Darkness the Moh'rhim Shadow Elves and Rhom-Oc Orcs attack out of the Shadow Marshes, forging their way into the tunnels of the Rogetyrim and Terogerim Dwarves. The Terogerim are ill-prepared for the attack, and are quickly annihilated. The Rogetyrim hold out longer, as they still have possession of the ThrazBarol axe. But eventually, the powerful magic of the Moh'rhim wins out, and both the Great Hall and the ThrazBarol are taken by them. After ransacking the Great Hall, the Moh'rhim withdraw to their own lands again.

The Susilgerim Dwarves, who also live in Imlith, survive the attack by retreating high into the mountains, and never again return to life in the tunnels. This time is now refered to by the Susilgerim as the "Year of the Burning Night".
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rhom-Oc Orcs; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Shadow Elves; Susilgerim Dwarves; Terogerim Dwarves
The Burnt Year
The Mitharim experience the "Burnt Year" in which the aboveworld is dark and crops fail.
Allocations: Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan")
The Reign of Asthalon the Black
According to Murmillion interpretation a solar eclipse determines a religious movement towards the Dark One, the husband of Mari, and the Murmillions gather once more to wage war. Asthalon, son of Narn the Blue of Delvynnar, claims command over the Santerran forces gathering in the besieged city of Delvynnar to fend off the attacking hordes.

With the help of the gods he manages to hold the city untl the end of darkness and defeat the Murmillions in a huge land battle one year later. At the command of the Highpriestess of Barkhas he rides alone into the corelands of the Murmillions to seek the legendary throne of Menemronn and his deeds on his way become famous in the "Tales of the Stoneking". Asthalon is said to defend the throne of darkness until the end of all times.

Under his short rule - he only reigns the combined forces of Santerra for one and a half year - and in these desperate times the Goddess Mari, formerly a Goddess of the Murmillions, only becomes one of the Aca-Tar as counterbalance of the fanatic belief the free tribes of the Murmillions share.
Allocations: Aca-Santerra, Kingdom; Murmillion Men; Nybelmar, East
The Vardýnnian Atonement
During the end of the Year of Darkness cheese, storable over quite some time, becomes a major foodsource along with tuberroots, carrots and weeproots.
Allocations: Cheeses
The Vardýnnian Atonement
After prayers to the gods for relief from the attack of the dragons, it is believed that Foiros causes the Injèrá to descend below the horizon and not rise again for one entire year.

During this time, the people of the city of Jernais, with their town still in shambles, leave their fallen city to find sanctuary somewhere else. Many travel to Voldar, leaving all their belongings behind. In the years following the Atonement, some would return to Jernais, but the population of the city would not recover from the Dragonstorm and Atonement for many years.
Allocations: Jernais, City
1649 b.S.
to 1600 b.S.
The Breaking
Although all other settlements in Zhun have troubles with the disappearance of the Zhunite woods (which are essential for building), Serekeye simply uses its mud-bricks to build and repair all sorts of things. The first couple of decades after the Cataclysm are the most prosperous time of Serekeye because once the leaders of these other settlements understand the value of bricks in these though times, Serekeye brick-bakers habr thousands of offers coming from each side of the Zhunite plains.
Allocations: Serekeye, Village
1649 b.S.
to 1648 b.S.
Mir'Dark, the "Endless Night"
All towns have high fatalities; the Serphelorians understand this year as Jeyriall (one of the Serphelorians' favoured two Gods) having abandoned them.
Allocations: Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
1649 b.S. The Year of Darkness/The Breaking - The Palace Falls
After four decades of bitter combat with both the Tiquaitan and Tsohamin suffering fatal losses the still strong (and relatively unscathed) armies of the Tarshiinites breach the Capital City of Chima. Whilst they lay ruin to the City, Alil takes refuge in the Emerald Palace. After a week of pillaging (both of wealth and of information) the Tarshiinite troops seek out the tyrannical dictator. Whilst no man dares to challenge Alil face-to-face due to his monstrous strength, the siege engines of the Tarshiinites are more than enough to bring the Palace walls crashing down on the man. As the man's limbs are recovered from the wreckage, the sun disappears from the sky, completing the "Extinguished Light" prophecy.

This is the end of the Tiquaitan.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Tiquaitan Men
First Restoration of the Heath of Jernais
When the atonement ends, survivors who had escaped to Voldar begin to rebuild homes in the Heath of Jernais. Clerics of Nehtor from Voldar join them and begin to settle in the heath.
Allocations: Heath of Jernais

1648 b.S. The End of Aváth'caó as Gouran
Only after long battles against the Kurakim and Injerín Gouran is forced back to the Mithril Bridge where she is killed by her own father.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Kurakim Dwarves; Prominent Mountains; Sarvonia, North
The Rising of the Sun
Turning Star. With the destruction of Tak'Dinal and the death of Gouran at her own father’s hand, the sun is seen to rise again.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Kurakim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North
The Fall of the Mynian Kingdom
The Injerín and Kurakim halt an invasion of the Losh'Oc and stop their massacring of the Mynian people. Though the Mynian Kingdom has already fallen.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Kurakim Dwarves; Losh-Oc Orcs ("True Orcs"); Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North
Capturing of the Hawkfeather Brownie Band
The elven ship "Helnaura" anchors off from Akdor after the Year of Darkness has ended. The entire Hawkfeather band, now numbering just over eighty individuals, hides themselves among the supplies on the landing boats, and so manages to find hiding places aboard ship. Weeks later, the ship's cook, noticing supplies missing and suspecting rats, searches for the culprit and finds the Brownies. He realises that they are sentient beings, so they are brought before the captain Macharean, member of the League (a secret elven society trying to find out the best way for a harmonical rule of the world). He spares their lives and brings them to Artemidor, the inspirator and leader of the League.
Allocations: Akdor, Continent; Akdorian Brownies (Aohu'o); Brownie Race; League, the Elven; Milken Brownies; Sarvonia, South
1648 b.S.
to 1300 b.S.
The Susilgerim Dwarves rebuild
Slowly but surely, the Susilgerim Dwarves begin to regain their numbers. They also establish a new mode of life, living entirely above ground, in great secrecy. These dwarves can now be called an entirely different tribe compared to the Rogetyrim Dwarves, for their culture has changed so much. Soon, however, they have reestablished a firm hold on the Imlith Mountains.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rogetyrim Dwarves; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

1647 b.S.
to 1200 b.S.
The Years of Sorrow
The following centuries are known as the "Years of Sorrow as the Injerín" draw back into their forest in an attempt to heal the damages that the rising of Gouran has caused as well as dealing with the Losh'Oc.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Prominent Mountains
1647 b.S. The Brownie Co-operation with the League
The captured Hawkfeather Brownies found on a boat coming from Akdor are presented to Artemidor, the leader of the League, and are meant to be the solution to a problem he is facing. By that time the Council of the League has decided to proceed with an experiment to determine whether the human race will be able to bring harmony to Sarvonia as the leading element of a co-operation of the races.

As a symbol both of the experiment and the Tree of Life the League decides to plant the Artapherana, the Trees of the Elements, dedicated each to one of the main races. The place of the plantation was found a while ago and the necessary arrangements to prevent settlement of the area are already made. However, the trees need several centuries to grow to their full size and, until then, someone has to take care of them until the humans will settle in this area. The Brownies, with their small size, and now used to living and digging underground, can easily accomplish this task.

So Artemidor asks the Brownies for their co-operation in the quest. The Brownies, by this time thoroughly demoralised by their apparent abandonment by the spirits, and by their long living in hiding underground, are quick to grasp at hope, even if, for the moment, it is someone else's hope. They eventually come to share wholeheartedly in the elves' dream, and even to worship the elven Goddess, Avá the Beautiful.

The years that follow the Brownies are "educated" by the elves so as to be ready, when the time will finally come. This process is so deep that they adopt the elven language, Styrásh.
Allocations: Brownie Race; Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); League, the Elven; Milken Brownies; Milkengrad, City; Sarvonia, South

1646 b.S. The Ascension of Katya the Just
Katya the Just
Katya the Just
Queen Jenefra abdicates in favour of the commoner Katya Ileri. Many oppose this move for Katya is of humble birth and thus it is argued that she is not fit to become sovereign. However, with the help of formidable allies of influential houses such as Amalthea Eithar, Kel Branoc, Vaelaron and Lysander Dain, Trioan Sellus, and the rumour that Katya had killed the adamant-dragon Ol'dem'brey, the young village girl from Yarrow ascends the highest seat of power of Erpheronia.

Katya rules over the Erpheronian people with an iron hand. Though she may not rule wisely at times, these mistakes are far and few in between and she turns out to be a fair and impartial Queen and in her later years, gaining the title of "Katya the Just" among her people.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South
The Temple of Foiros is constructed in Strata
The Construction of the Temple of Foiros in Strata commences. The Temple is called "Tremgala" ("Foiros Guide in Dark Days").
Allocations: Strata, City
1646 b.S.
to 1615 b.S.
Queen Katya "the Just", Prince Consort Lysander Dain
(Son: Malakai)
Queen Katya Dragonseeker
Queen Katya Dragonseeker
Katya 1664 to 1593 b.S.) is ruler of Voldar and the Erpheronian tribe during the Age of Awakening. Her common name is Katya Ileri Dain. Also known sometimes as "Katya Dragonseeker" or among her enemies as the "Beggar Queen" due to the fact that she was not born of noble stock but was a village girl in her youth. She is the daughter of Medoc and Ertai Ileri of Yarrow.

During the cataclysmic Dragonstorm, the Adamant Dragon Ol'dém'bréy rains fire down upon her village, causing Katya's father and everyone she knows to perish in the destruction. The only survivor and half-mad from pain, grief and rage, she stumbles onto the Thaelon Forest and is healed by the legendary elven kind who dwells within. After a fateful meeting with the High Avá'ránn, her hair turns the colour of pale moonlight, marking her forever as elven-touched (hárf'á'chón). The years before her succession onto the throne are unclear and rife with many stories and myths. However, what is known is that, feared for her rumoured reputation as the only other human to have slain a dragon other than Wengerim, Katya rules over the Erpheronian tribe with an iron hand. Though she may not rule wisely at times, these mistakes are far and few in between and she is a fair and impartial Queen and in her later years, gains the title of "Katya the Just" among her people. Without her, the years succeeding the Vardýnnian Atonement would have been indeed harsher than expected.

Katya marries Lysander Dain, Captain of the Guards. After the Prince Consort's death at the age of 81, it is said that after Katya Ileri Dain passes the reins of leadership to her only son, Malakai, she walks alone out of the gates of Voldar, towards the direction of the Thaelon and is never seen again.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1645 b.S. Rekj starts further Exploration
The youngest son of Barek Swanhild, Rekj is crowned king. He restarts the shipbuilding and the exploring of the seas that his father has started several years before the year of the Mir'Dark killed his father.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South
Rekj Swanhild is crowned Avennorian King in Ciosa
After his cornoation Rekj sends emissaries to Chrondra - contact and some trade is re-established with the Serphelorians living there.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Ciosa, City; Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

1643 b.S. The Phoenix becomes the new Erpheronian Coat of Arms
The Erpheronian Coat of Arms
This story of the death of Caein is all told in symblic form in the Erpheronian coat of arms. The depicted phoenix stands for the people of Erpheronia and their unceasable will to power, never giving in to anything that opposes their determination on their way to glory in the world, overcoming all the hardships their path might entail by rising up again from the ashes of destruction. Other tribes however might interpret the coat of arms in a negative way, seeing it as a sign of the fiery catastrophe the Erpheronians have brought upon the world, and as a token for the necessary divine punishment for human arrogance.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen")

1642 b.S. Rediscovery of Aeruillin
A new Avennorian ship is developed in Ciosa, which is called the "Barek", named after Rekj's father. It is larger, sturdier and carries a compliment of thirty crew members as well as the captain and nine officers. It has two masts instead of one. She is christened "Starmir" and is captained by the daughter of Okar Snivild, Thea Snivild. She sets sail in late summer and returns in early summer of the next year.

The crew brings back stories of a land that is almost all deserts (Aeruillin) and Okar also brings back people who she believes may be the people of the King. She tells the King she had to buy them from a place called Shan’Thai. Rekj's anger is kindled, thinking that his people are still being sold as slaves. After he releases the slaves he begins to prepare plans to attack Shan’Thai and free his people. This begins the Seven Hundred Year War.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Ciosa, City; Sarvonia, South
"Cart-n-Horse" conquers Santharia
Cheesemaster Kilghu Rhakkot, a gnome excelling in cheesemaking overtakes a small cheesery near Yorick. He expands his business and produces from then on one of the most famous and delicate cheeses, the Gnorin Huik Kashh.

Finally, we must note that currently there is a passion in the capital for the so-called 'blue cheeses'; it has become quite a fad to insist that the 'bluer one's blood, the bluer one's cheese' - so the older, aged cheeses command a premium price at present, and a discriminating buyer must beware of the unscrupulous merchants who prey on social climbers by tinting their ordinary cheeses with strange dyes, some never intended for consumption!
Allocations: Cheeses

1641 b.S.
to 1601 b.S.
The Genesis of the Kuglimz Tribes
Ten men who have taken it upon themselves to see that some of their people survived lead those that flee inland. The men, and those that follow go their separate ways, as disagreement or flight necessitates. These survivors of the once glorious empire will eventually lose remembrance of what they are, for none have time to bring books with them in the haste of their flight. These people wiill become known as the Kuglimz (tribes).
Allocations: Kuglimz Men; Mynian Kingdom; Sarvonia, North

1640 b.S.
to 806 b.S.
The Seven Hundred Year War
Rekj Swanhild starts and his successors continue the war to free his people from slavery. He and his successors send armadas of ships to attack Shan’Thai and its people to overthrow them and free the slaves. Their losses are uncountable. The Shan’Thai people and its city are just too strong and the time it takes to rebuild ships, train armies, make weapons takes its toll on the wealth, population and commerce of the Avennorians.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South
ca. 1640 b.S. Krean Exiles in the Drifting Woods
From across the Moredein Kaerath, a ragged band of Krean survivors closes in on the woods. Plagued by Moth Fever, they are forced to ask the Vikhari for help. As the first group of negotiators of the refugees is taken captive by the Vikhari border guards, the Eye of Aniss, worn by one of their prisoners is seen as the promised Sign of Vikthi. The Krean are allowed to enter the woods, and the first prophecy of the Path is fulfilled. "From the hands of Kalim, the Mark of the Moon will come into Sar'estvokar, and nothing will remain untouched."

The Exiles of Krean are allowed to take up residence within the woods. After a difficult start due to the general distrust against Outsiders the Vikhari display, the Krean influence on Vikhari society is enormous, and the overall level of civilisation increases greatly.
Allocations: Drifting Woods; Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Ter'ei'Vikh Men; Vikhari Men

1636 b.S.
to 1626 b.S.
King Cemedon

1628 b.S. Start of Construction of the Harbourquarter
Under the supervision of the youngest brother of Drafas Tristin, Gerwon, the Construction of the Strata Harbourquarter begins.
Allocations: Strata, City

1626 b.S.
to 1615 b.S.
King Heloim

1614 b.S.
to 1579 b.S.
King Temenad
Temenad reforms the military and raids his neighbours. He will be remembered as a fierce adversary.
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians

1603 b.S. Strata Temple and Harbour are finished
The Strata Foiros Temple, the "Tremgala", and the harbour are finally finished and a big celebration is held due to the occasion. First (fishing) ships sail from the harbour.
Allocations: Strata, City; Stratanian Men

1600 b.S. The Planting of the Artapherana
The Artapherana are planted upon a hill in an island at the north-western border of Erpheronia and Centorauria and the Brownies are put in charge as protectors of the trees. Those gifted in Brownie Life Magic learn to bend and adapt the holy light deriving from the Artapherana, tricking the eyes of distant observers and making them entirely invisible outside the hill.

The next centuries the Brownies take care of the trees and often welcome elven visitors who provid them with lots of knowledge and information about the process of the experiment.
Allocations: Brownie Race; Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); League, the Elven; Milken Brownies; Milkengrad, City
ca. 1600 b.S. The Aeh'os'th'er'oc Orcs Found Hol'mangar
Evidence found on the islands suggest that a small band of Aeh'os'th'er'oc sailed to Karma'Goor and found a settlement there called Hol'mangar. They hope to inhabit the island and expand their territory. The stone carvings on the ruins today are thought to have been made about this time.
Allocations: Aeh'os'th'er'oc Orcs; Kalta'Goor, Isle

1593 b.S.
to 1581 b.S.
King Malakai, unmarried
(No children)
Malakai (-1615 b.S.-1581 b.S.) holds the throne from 1593 to 1581 b.S. His mother, Katya, gives up the throne upon her husband's death and is never seen from again. Malakai dies unwedded and without children in an unfortunate riding accident at the age of 33, resulting in several hotly contested discussions within the Voldarian Ruling Council.

Furthermore, the Duke of Narvoss attempts to gain some autonomy for his duchy by declaring Narvoss a sovereign state. He tries to gain favour from Houses Lothari, Hruth and Sigil, who all had been opposed to Queen Jenefra taking the throne in 1646 b.S. He stirs up the old rivalry between these and the Houses of Eithar, Branoc, Sellus, and Machlar, who form a partnership. Once again, the leaders of Eithar, Branoc, Sellus, and Machlar manage to convince the remaining council members to vote for a common representative to temporarily head the efforts against the Narvoss alliance – he is Duke Jaeoyr of Cemphiria. After a few bloody skirmishes north of Voldar, Jaeoyr and his army, which also includes soldiers from Jernais, quell the uprising out of Narvoss. Jaeoyr, with the support of the Voldarian Ruling Council, ascends to the throne in 1581 b.S.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

ca. 1590 b.S. Snow Drake Sightings in Karma'Goor
The Aeh'os'th'er'oc record their first sightings of snow drakes flying high in sky over the island. The drakes become a regular sight as they seem to fly in the northern areas between the islands. The orcs document their sightings with elaborate stone carvings in and around the village of Hol'mangar.
Allocations: Aeh'os'th'er'oc Orcs; Kalta'Goor, Isle
Zrowss appears again
According to the records of Dalvima Palera she encounters the expelled Life Mage Zrowss whilst on the trail of Drakus the Long-lived. The activites she is conducting, however, remain unknown.
Allocations: Darkling Brownies ("Piscinites")

1581 b.S.
to 1530 b.S.
Jaeoyr "the Chosen", Queen Bregar
(Sons: Thoan, and Daughter: Jenefra)
Jaeoyr's (born 1601 b.S.) reign is a relatively quiet, peace-filled time for Erpheronia. The Voldarian Ruling Council works closely with Jaeoyr to empower a new law-making committee. This committee has five representatives of the ruling houses, which rotates among the houses every four years, and a representative selected by the Dukes of Narvoss, Jernais, Astran, Cemphiria, and Accam (this representative cannot be the duke himself). This committee is charged with reviewing the laws of the country, recommending changes, omissions and recommending new laws for the King of Erpheronia to ratify. Jenefra, eldest child of Jaeoyr ascends to the throne in 1530 b.S.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians
Jaeoyr Unites the Heath
Jaeoyr’s reign is a prosperous time for the Heath of Jernais. As the farms begin to spread out further around the Vandrina, a crude dirt road is constructed to connect them.
Allocations: Heath of Jernais

1579 b.S.
to 1550 b.S.
King Perdec

ca. 1554 b.S. The Documentation of the Mira'Shijm Runes
Mira'Shijm of the Aellenrhim elves collects all symbols and runes and together with his scholars describes the symbols as detailed as possible. He sets up a dictionary of runes which still is the main reference when deciphering elven runes nowadays, which is first published in 1554 b.S.
Allocations: Aellenrhim Elves; Sarvonia, North; Sarvonia, South

1550 b.S.
to 1535 b.S.
King Aculim

1535 b.S.
to 1525 b.S.
King Moran

1530 b.S.
to 1481 b.S.
Queen Jenefra II. "the Aged", Prince Consort Caeron
(Sons: Eroyr, Raeis, Myrash, Raeolth)
Queen Jenefra II.'s reign is marked by several fierce battles with the Centoraurians, in a series of attempts to increase Erpheronian territory. Some among the Voldarian Ruling Council suggest that Jenefra II.'s long-time emnity with the northern holdings of Centorauria, brought about by land disputes between her own lands, which border the Aurora Fields, are the true reason for the wars. Some confidence in the Cemphirian line of monarchs is eroded away, as the Voldarians are called on to fund much of the war efforts.

Though Jenefra II. is able to make some inroads, and brings down the Thyslanite Dynasty, the army led by Centoreus successfully fends off and crushes Jenefra II.'s army at a massive battle on the Aurora Plains. The successful defeat of the Erpheronian army occurs just months prior to the inauguration of the Centaurian Kings, which begins with Centoreus in 1481 b.S. Jenefra II passes away later that year, having lost much of her zeal for life after the defeat at Aurora.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1524 b.S.
to 1502 b.S.
King Temeg I the Noble
King Temeg I the Noble conquers Efirhal and establishes a written law code.
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians

1502 b.S.
to 1495 b.S.
King Lemur

1500 b.S. First Trade
The Farmsteadings of Twynor are cleared, cultivated, and orchards planted. Trade with Marcogg begins and grows.
Allocations: Marcogg, City
The Mitharim discover Iron Secrets
The secret of creating black iron, red iron and blue iron is discovered by the dwarves of the Mitharim Clans.
Allocations: Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan"); Sarvonia, South
ca. 1500 b.S. The Discovery of Kalta'Goor
For almost a hundred years, the Aeh'os'th'er'oc Orcs of Hol'mangar try to sail to the north and see where the dragons are coming from. Finally, around 1500 b.S., a group finds success and discovers another island north of Karma'Goor and they name it Kalta'Goor, the "Ice Fangs". They find no evidence of the snow drake and sail back to Hol'mangar.
Allocations: Aeh'os'th'er'oc Orcs; Kalta'Goor, Isle

1495 b.S.
to 1482 b.S.
King Temeg II

1482 b.S.
to 1465 b.S.
King Centoreus I

1481 b.S. The Centaurian Dynasty rises to Power
Fall of the Thyslanite Dynasty and inauguration of the Centaurian Kings with Centoreus.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe")
1481 b.S.
to 1478 b.S.
Eroyr "the Foolish", unmarried
(No 'legitimate' children)
Eroyr's (born 1499 b.S.) reign is short and marred by rumours that he is a complete fool, devoid of the ability to think independently. He spends much of his life inebriated, and treats life as if it were one long celebration. His attempts to woo a number of young women of the court fail, largely due to the fact that his promiscuity is known to cause him – and his paid "consorts" – serious health problems, which none of the ladies of marriageable age within the nobility would dare consider marrying him.

Eroyr dies, bedridden and diseased, when he is 21, only three years after taking the throne, but with enough time to spend a significant portion of the Erpheronian coffers on his excesses.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1478 b.S.
to 1436 b.S.
King Raeis "the Bull", Queen Corena
(Sons: Carrin, Daughters: Saenra, Wanrena)
Raeis (born 1497 b.S.) is known as "the Bull" for his viciousness in warfare and politics. Both intelligent and cunning, Raeis becomes as proficient at sword fighting and combat strategy, as he does at negotiation and intimidation. His ability to earn money on trade agreements with neighbouring countries sees Erpheronia make some financial recovery after nearly two centuries of fiscal irresponsibility.

Despite his successes, Raeis makes some political enemies within Erpheronia itself, and once again the rivalry between the Duke of Narvoss and the Erpheronian King sparks off some fighting in the countryside east of the Warnaka Mountains near the town of Ishmarin. During the fight, Raeis' questionably vicious tactics result in some civilian casualties as one particularly brutal battle actually takes place inside Ishmarin's walls. Raeis wins the battle but loses the confidence of one of the nobles of Nyermersys, who has holdings around Ishmarin. He reigns from 1478 to 1436 b.S.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1465 b.S.
to 1453 b.S.
King Anarchir

1457 b.S. Discovery of Shan'Thai by the Stratanians
The Stratanians discover Shan'Thai and a long trade co-operation between the two cities begins. Shan'Thai provides Strata with necessary goods they can't produce in their desert climate while the Stratanians mainly provide Shan'Thai with pottery, tobacco and wines.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Shan'Thai, City; Strata, City; Stratanian Men

1453 b.S.
to 1427 b.S.
King Centoreus II

1450 b.S. The Aeh'os'th'er'oc Civil War
An internal civil war among the various clans of the Aeh'os'th'er'oc orcs lasts for over two hundred years and the settlement of Hol'mangar is abandoned as the settlers are called back to the mainland to help fight. Hol'mangar is never again settled by the Aeh'os'th'er'oc.
Allocations: Aeh'os'th'er'oc Orcs; Kalta'Goor, Isle

1436 b.S.
to 1379 b.S.
Carrin "the Meek", Queen Valthea
(Son: Morach, Daughter: Kaeýsa)
Carrin (born 1457 b.S.) is the last king of the Erpheronian kings from the Duchy of Cemphiria – after nearly 200 years since the reign of King Jaeoyr "the Chosen". Erpheronia comes to the point where its nobility questions the direction the kingdom is going. With mixed successes in recent efforts and severe financial strain, the nobility decides it is time for radical change. Narvoss, which has always shown antipathy towards the Erpheronian throne, and even Jernais and Astran, which had supported the ascension of King Jaeoyr together with the Voldarian Ruling Council ousts Carrin from the throne.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1431 b.S.
to 1420 b.S.
The Orcristh-Doimo Conflict
A group of Doimo hunters ambush and kill a Orcristh hunting party on a journey through the desert, as the Doimo remember that Orcristh adventurers burned and slaughtered their clans some hundred years ago. The great medicine man Otharak leads the clan which will later be called "Emohod" (the "Orcs-is-Burning" clan), wielding his rare talent for fire magic to burn the Orcristh during an ambush. Greatly angered, the king starts a small war against the Doimo, mainly one-sided. The conflict lasts for some time, however, the Doimo are still wary of the orcs.

It is during this conflict the Emehod clan gets its name, as their clan medicine man makes orcs burst into flames if they are careless enough to move far enough from their own magicians. Still, most of this war is spent keeping the women, children and elderly away from the Orcristh, while the hunters sometimes get the chance to feather a few of their enemies. At the worst part of the war, the lands occupied by the Orcal troops are abandoned.

Among the many stories from this time, one is more famous than the other. It is about a boy caught by a group of 10 Orcristh soldiers. The soldiers force him to take them to his camp, and the boy leads them. But instead of taking them to his home, he leads them astray into the Thirstlands. The orcs are angry the third day of finding nothing, and the discussion becomes heated. During the fuss, the boy flees, leaving the soldiers without a guide in a land they cannot survive for long in. Some days later, a group of hunters notices carrion birds on the horizon, and finds 7 dead Orcristh warriors. The boy becomes a band chieftain several years later.
Allocations: Doimo Men; Nybelmar, West; Orcal, Kingdom; Orcristh Orcs

1427 b.S.
to 1413 b.S.
King Pheredam

1420 b.S. Birth of Brok Strongarm
Brok Strongarm is born to Ulderon Willful at Kor Mithrid.
Allocations: Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan")

ca. 1415 b.S. Mithril Veins run scarce
The once rich Mithril veins in the Mithral Mountains begin to run scarce.
Allocations: Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan"); Sarvonia, South

1413 b.S.
to 1387 b.S.
King Maristir

1408 b.S.
to 1310 b.S.
Mithrid Mines expand
Mithrid Mines expand into the Arilinn Shaft and the Kran Crosstunnel.
Allocations: Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan")

1406 b.S.
to 1224 b.S.
The Rise and Fall of the Wargriders
After a time, the Kyranian people grow tired of killing the wargs, which seemingly appeared in the years after the War of the Chosen, that kill their people and the whole thing seems pointless. Many attempt to domesticate the beasts and when one attempt succeeds, a solution is found. Rastaar 'Rast' Lawett, a Pathfinder, trains the first domestic warg pup. After that others try and a Wargrider unit is created within the ranks of the Pathfinders. After the deaths of a few of their men in the first year (Rast included in that count), the officers decide to use only pups that are born in captivity to parents that are captured and 'trained' or parents that are born in captivity.

This works for a while and the Wargriders of the Pathfinders grow. Near the end a single Wargrider unit of sixty-seven men develops in the army. Nobles also seek these beasts for hunting animals and for a time the arrangements work. However, when nobles begin to breed their own wargs and neglect the pups things change. When the death count becomes too high over the years, the animals are once more targeted for execution as they are deemed unsafe.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South

1402 b.S. The College of Magi is Formed

ca. 1400 b.S. The Book of Jhalán
The only surviving Cyrathrhim saga to be told today, and one of the oldest parchments the Aellenrhim own is the "Book of Jhalán". Written by an unknown Cyrathrhim scribe apparently for Aellenrhim benefit the book represents the first known attempt to record Cyrathrhim history. It also indicates solid evidence that both tribes are established in their forests at this time and living a lifestyle that is stable for at least ten or twenty generations - something that is unprecedented in Sarvonia. This allows us to say that the Cyrathrhim have one of the oldest recordable histories of any wood elf tribe. It does not presume that they are the oldest, far from it. Many remains can date other tribes back further, but none of that evidence can be considered as complete or recordable - they are simply guesstimates.
Allocations: Aellenrhim Elves; Cyrathrhim Elves ("Gentle Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

1387 b.S.
to 1383 b.S.
King Telher

1383 b.S.
to 1378 b.S.
Queen Amarina

1379 b.S.
to 1377 b.S.
Years of Instability
A two-year period of instability follows in which the Erpheronian throne is vacant, until 1377, when the stalwart leader of House Eithar, Ephonovor, steps forward and takes the throne.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1378 b.S.
to 1370 b.S.
King Nimenos

1377 b.S.
to 1294 b.S.
King Ephonovor "the Resolute", Queen Aesella
(Sons: Ephonovor, Sývrin and Calodin)
During the reign of Carrin "the Meek", several of the Erpheronian duchies (excluding Cemphiria), as well as the Voldarian Ruling Council, meet in the City of Nyermersys to discuss the state of the country, without the knowledge of their king. Carrin has been unable to re-negotiate existing trade agreements with the Centoraurians or the Kyranians, and the Caltharians benefit from trade of raw materials (e.g. wood of the Thaelon Forest), which come at a much lower price than Caltharian metal goods and clothing.

The head of House Eithar, Ephonovar steps forward to lead the discussions, and gains the backing of the Dukes of Jernais, Astran and Accarn. Though his bid to head the effort is opposed by both the Duke of Narvoss, Ephonvor's pull among the ten ruling houses gives him enough support to ascend to the Erpheronian throne in 1377. From this point forward for many generations, the King of Erpheronia is a Voldarian descended of the House of Eithar.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1370 b.S.
to 1336 b.S.
King Perperin

1369 b.S. The Carbugist Dynasty takes over
Rise of the Carbugist Dynasty under king Perperin.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe")

1336 b.S.
to 1307 b.S.
King Carbug IV

1326 b.S. Trade between the Maeverhim and Seraia
Through nearly 100 years of letters with the people of the town of Seraia, the Maeverhim allow bridges to be built between their towering homes and Seraia. Some conditions are put into place by the Maeverhim, but free trade between the Maeverhim and Seraia increase by leaps and bounds.
Allocations: Maeverhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Seraia, Town

1322 b.S. The Mitharim dwarf Brok Strongarm commissions a Barek
(This is strongly contested by some dwarven historians.) The ship build for Brok strongly resembles a Barek. Speculation among nautical historians state a theory that Brok may have been the one that gave the Avennorians the concepts of the Barek though they were not realized until 1642 b.S.
Allocations: Avennorian Ships; Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan")

1317 b.S. The Dwarf Brok Strongarm leaves the Sarvonian Continent
Changing Winds. In the Month of the Changing Winds the adventurous son of the Mitharim's Clan Lord Ulderon Willful, with the name Brok Strongarm, leaves the rich mines of his father at Kor Mithrid overnight without any word to his fellow-dwarves. He takes only a handful of his most loyal companions with him on his long journey trying to cross the Adanian Sea in the hope of discovering the long forgotten Ylaoth Khirril'Drumm, the Isle of the Glimmering Stones, as described in the myths of the ancient dwarven lore and even in the elven Cárpa'dosía: the isle on which Urtengor, the Forging God, made all the wondrous gems before he was forced by the other gods at the beginning of time to hide their beauty from the eyes of the living beings so that they would concentrate on the Thoughts of Avá and not on her appearance on Caelereth.

Other rumours say that this is not the only reason for Brok's fast departure: Brok, who is in his ninties, at the dwarven Age of Choosing, indeed has no intention to marry but wants to become rich and famous just like his father. As he doesn't like the idea of just inheriting the throne of the Mitharims and can not cope either with the many female dwarves who look up to him just for his outstanding appearance, Brok decides to steal away from such "decisions of the simple minded" (quotation) and heads for the east to make his fortune.
Allocations: Denilou, Isle; Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan"); Sarvonia, South
The Discovery of Denilou (Brok's Island)
The discovery of Denilou
The discovery of Denilou
Dead Tree. According to the records of Amalgin Starreader, a dwarf accompanying Brok on his long journey, it in in the month of the Dead Tree of the same year when Brok's ship lands on an island which is uninhabitated and which the dwarves later call Deni'lou ("Sacred Land"). Although the Mitharim dwarves indeed find rich mines of every kind of gems and ores Denilou was not the land of Brok's dreams, the secret earthen realm of Urtengor, the domain of the highest dwarven god. Brok Strongarm and his dwarves settle on Denilou, Brok even meets his obligations and chooses a dwarven wife.
Allocations: Denilou, Isle; Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan"); Sarvonia, South
The Dwarf Brok Strongarm takes Cheese on his Voyage
According to the records of Amalgin Starreader, Brok Strongarm, son of the Mitharim's Clan Lord Ulderon Willful, takes 'cheese' on his journey to discover the long-forgotten Ylaoth Khirril'Drumm, the Isle of the Glimmering Stones. Modern knowledge about dwarven culture tells us that this was probably not a milch product, however, but one of the mushroom culture 'cheeses', similar to Oyacheese. To this day such dwarven faux cheeses routinely fool visitors to their caverns, and it has become almost a set cross-cultural 'jest' which is trotted out at every occasion.
Allocations: Cheeses

1307 b.S.
to 1287 b.S.
King Centoreus III

1304 b.S. Commissioning of the Triton
The second Triton is built, being commissioned in the spring of the year 1652 b.S. It is so called the second Triton for it is assumed by some early manuscripts of a ship similar to the Triton but much smaller that discovered a southern continent from which slaves were transported back to Marcogg. It seems this ship went into disuse after the second generation of Tritons were built. The new ship is named the "Sorli". It represents the second generation of Tritons. It was reported to have set sail and have discovered the island Darknar, which we know now as the Island of Doranthakar.
Allocations: Avennorian Ships

1302 b.S. Brok leaves Denilou
But one year after Brok's son is born (bearing the name of his father) Brok looks for new adventures. He still is obsessed with the idea of discovering Urtengor's riches so that he tries to convince his fellow-dwarves more than once to leave the island again in order to head for Ylaoth Khirril'Drumm which he guesses somewhere further to the north-east.

Due to many reports of different sources it is said (although never satisfactory confirmed) that one day Brok leaves the island alone in a rowing boat convinced that his strong arms will suffice to carry him to the Isle of the Glimmering Stones - Brok is never ever seen again.

(But in fact there is an ending to this story, at least in Santharian mythological tombes: The myths of the Mène'téka which are well known by the Santharian dwarves claim that Brok in fact finally reaches his goal and lands on the isle consisting only of diamonds, gold and silver. Unfortunately the greed of Brok turns out to be his destruction: Unable to find water and food on the small isle he dies lying in the midst of his glimmering dream...)
Allocations: Denilou, Isle; Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan"); Sarvonia, South

1294 b.S.
to 1256 b.S.
Ephonovor II. "the Merciless", Queen Býringar
(Sons: Syvar, Myrkorel, Thaeloan, Erthis, Daughter: Jenala)
During Ephonovor the II.'s (born 1322 b.S.) reign the Erpheronian King is involved in a drawn-out struggle with the Duchy of Narvoss, primarily over disputes of land ownership. The Duke of Narvoss attempts to lay claim to the Warnaka Mountains, a known source of uruyant. Though the mountains have always been a rich source of the mineral, recent demands for jewelry in the south dramatically increase – particularly in Varcopas and Strata after Miyal IV. takes rulership and Stratanian influence grows around the continent, following the chaos of 1287 b.S.

Ephonovor II. deals a crushing blow to the Duchy of Narvoss in a massive battle on the slopes of the Warnaka Mountains in 1284 b.S. The duchy loses more than half of its military capacity. King Ephonovor II. has the Duke of Narvoss executed for treason, leaving rulership of the duchy in a shambles.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians
1294 b.S. Building of the first Barek
The first Barek is commissioned and built. It is named "Starmir". She is captained by the first female captain of the Avennorians. Her name was Thea Snivild. She follows the Sarvonian coast line south and then rediscovers the continent which we today call "Aeruillin". Her discovery and the subsequent decision by King Rejk Swanhild to attack the city called Shan'Thai starts a war or series of wars that lasted almost seven hundred years.
Allocations: Avennorian Ships

1288 b.S. Floods and Storms in Strata
Major Floods and Storms cause main parts of the city of Strata to drown in the high level sea water. The harbour quarter is completely destroyed, along with the Temple of Foiros, Tremgala. The complete Tristin family drowns in the flood.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Strata, City; Stratanian Men

1287 b.S. Strata's Year of Chaos
The town of Strata is majorly crippled by the natural disasters of the past year and left under the rule of the City Council as the Tristin family is no longer present. Miyal IV. of Varcopas appears, the closest living relative of Miyal II., daughter of Fantyn I., Queen of Varcopas, and Drafas Longstep, demanding the leadership over the city.

The Ruling House is passed over to the Varcopasian family, Miyal IV. takes the new title of "Tristin" (used synonymously for "ruler") in honour of her great-great-grandfather and the old ruling family. This marks the first time of woman rule in the city. Stratanian influence now begins to grow as Varcopas and Strata are under the same rule.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Strata, City; Stratanian Men
1287 b.S.
to 1269 b.S.
King Ulthor

1286 b.S. Start of Reconstruction of the Strata Temple and Harbour Quarter
This time the new harbour is constructed further away from the city at the westcoast. First appearances of large amounts of thugs in the old harbour quarter are noted which is only partially reconstructed for the grain supplies from Shan'Thai, all other ships sail to the new harbour. The old harbour quarter becomes known by the population as "Vagabond's Hideout".
Allocations: Strata, City

1285 b.S. Erpheronian Settlers Arrive in Churican
Tired of the drawn-out wars between the Erpheronian King and the Duchy of Narvoss, a group of individuals sail to Churican under the pretence of expanding Erpheronia’s territory to the west. Once arrived, they supposedly come across the Churican Hobbits. The existence of these hobbits has never been confirmed, and regardless, the Erpheronians settle down peacefully in the country.
Allocations: Churican Isle; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen")

1269 b.S.
to 1258 b.S.
King Agahir

1264 b.S. Susilgerim Dwarves secure the Khorimkaom Forests
After several decades of struggle against the Rhom-Oc Orcs the nearby forests ("Khorimkaom" in Thergerim-Taal) from which the Susilgerim Dwarves harvest some of their poisons are made secure by the dwarves. Underground emplacements are begun to safeguard the area.
Allocations: Rhom-Oc Orcs; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

1258 b.S.
to 1249 b.S.
King Lepherdam

1256 b.S.
to 1233 b.S.
King Syvar "the Peaceful", Queen Carissa
(Sons: Eyron, Aerael and Caemaros)
Syvar (born 1294 b.S.) is crowned King of Erpheronia in 1256 b.S. His reign lasts 23 years and is marked by only a few minor battles with neighbouring Kyrania and many years of peace brought to an end by the murders of his two eldest sons - Eyron and Aerael - in 1234 b.S. He passes away in his sleep a year later. Upon his death in 1233 b.S., his Queen, Carissa, leaves Voldar and returns to her home city of Accam, where she and her family raise her grandson, Aelvor, Eyron's only child.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1249 b.S.
to 1234 b.S.
King Lawacles
Under King Lawacles a florishing of arts takes place in the Kingdom of Centorauria.
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians

1239 b.S.
to 1223 b.S.
The Exiled Hero Garawn Drett
The first and only unit of Wargriders within the army is active for fifteen years and the riders are all volunteers. The captain, Garawn "Gar" Drett, is only nineteen when he volunteers for the position. Sixty-seven men are part of the unit that is victorious the first and only time they join a real battle. When the casualties due to warg attacks become too high the King orders the death of all wargs used in the military and those within his cities.

Gar refuses to allow the King's executioner to do the task and ends the life of his warg himself. The rest of the men in his unit follow him, leading them to dishonourable discharges for not following orders. Gar himself is exiled and escorted to the borders, but his name is found among notes and records after his exile, leading people to believe he will return to his home.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South

1234 b.S.
to 1218 b.S.
King Hippold

1233 b.S.
to 1179 b.S.
King Caemaros "the Accused", Queen Dalcar
(Son: Thaelcar, Daughters: Sorossa and Saenrena)
King Caemaros (born 1254 b.S.) assumes the Erpheronian throne in 1233 b.S. Though he is third in line to the throne, both of his older brothers - Eyron and Aerael - are brutally murdered outside the walls of Voldar Keep in 1234 b.S. by a group of thieves who they encounter during the night. The killings spark an investigation once it is learned that the thieves are in the employ of the Duke of Narvoss, but the courts are unable to prove that the duke has ordered the murders, as the thieves testify that they are acting on their own accord.

Then a series of letters from Caemaros to Narvoss surface asking for help in removing his obstacles to the throne – the two older princes. The letters possess the royal seal, and court mages are able to determine Caemaros wrote them. He is accused of treason, tried and beheaded in 1179 b.S. His eldest son does not ascend to the throne, rather Eyron's only son, Aelvor, becomes the new Erpheronian King.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1218 b.S.
to 1200 b.S.
King Armergar

1202 b.S. Flourishing Denilou: Brok II. new Clan Chief
Brok Strongarm guarding Toll Brok'Baroll
On the discovered island life prospers and exactly hundred years after Brok's departure his son becomes the new clan chief. Brok's successors tries to honour the strong leadership of their former companion by erecting an enormous statue of Brok Strongarm in the center of the island at Toll Brok'Barrol - the underground empire which is named after the dwarf. It is said that the gigantic statue still exists on Denilou and that every now and then dwarves from all over Santharia (especially the Mitharim) leave the continent in order to pay tribute to the famous figure of Brok Strongarm.
Allocations: Denilou, Isle; Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan"); Sarvonia, South

ca. 1200 b.S.
to 1150 b.S.
Carmalad is settled
Serphelorians escaping the civil war in the south found Carmalad, which is intended to be a city-state independent of Serpheloria. Some contact is kept with the nomadic Serphelorians by those who settle there, but over time this too fades, allowing Carmalad to eventually become part of Caltharia. People seek peaceful and prosperous times and the town grows quickly. This means also more progress for the nearby Jhehellrhim elves, but will turn out as a catastrophe in the end.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Carmalad, Port Town; Istarin Forest; Jhehellrhim Elves ("Rebel Tribe"); Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
1200 b.S.
to 1183 b.S.
King Valmathir
1200 b.S.
to 1150 b.S.
"Migard's Folly" – the Serphelorian Civil War
The Jakat Migard (-1228 until -1150 b.S., reign -1200 until -1150 b.S.) tries to unite Serpheloria again. He travels around the Serphelorian kingdom with a large phalanx of soldiers - mostly men - and holds talks with the leaders of various city-states.

Unfortunately, Migard's ideas are highly offensive to the mainly matriarchal towns and nomads; he tries to convince them to unite for progress, but his vision of progress is settling in cities and giving up the old matriarchal, martial and nomadic ways, which he sees as little better than barbarism.

Eventually one leader, Quinolgia of Islia, is insulted beyond her endurance and attacks the party, harrying them off her lands. Migard takes insult at this and gathers reinforcements from the southern cities and attacks back, trying to subdue the town-states. The nomads join in to break the siege, lay traps etc. and work out on the land harrying troops. Other town-states who are offended as well help the cause.

This begins a fifty-year long war between the north and the south which ends only with Migard's death and the ascension of Migard's much more sensible younger cousin and heir, Tibor.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

1190 b.S. Elsreth becomes part of Eyelia
Elsreth, not wanting to be caught up in the fighting, defects the Serphelorians to become part of Eyelia. The Eyelians pledge forces to hold it in case there are reprisals. This leads to members of all clans relocating to live there, although the reprisals never come as the Serphelorians are too busy fighting amongst themselves.
Allocations: Elsreth, City; Eyelian Men ("Tamers"); Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

1189 b.S. Competing for Supremacy at the Uiyujappa Canyon
Various cities within the canyon of the fertile Uiyujappa River compete for supremacy as well as herding and waterrights.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Orcal, Kingdom; Orcristh Orcs

1183 b.S.
to 1159 b.S.
King Lochimnor

1179 b.S. The Orcal Union
A union of the various towns and districts is made under one ruler named Orcal. Lateron he's seen as descendant of the Gods and a God himself and will gain absolute power in the kingdom.
Allocations: Nybelmar, West; Orcal, Kingdom; Orcristh Orcs
1179 b.S.
to 1157 b.S.
King Aelvor "the Orc-Slayer", Queen Merrena.
(Sons: Myrkorel and Thacor, Daughters: Kaeradda and Canissa)
Aelvor's (born 1231 b.S.) reign begins in 1179 b.S., after his uncle, King Caemaros is found guilty of murdering the prince's father, Eyron, and executed. Aelvor spends much of the early portion of his reign soothing relations among the nobility, as Caemaros' relationship with the Duke of Narvoss causes much discord among the ruling caste. The Duchy of Narvoss has long been a political obstacle for the Erpheronian king, and with the exception of Houses Lothari, Hruth and Sigil, has few formalized trade agreements or alignments.

Following the settling of Carmalad in 1200 b.S., a massive expansion in trade between Erpheronia and Caltharia begins around 1175 b.S. Much of what is traded to Caltharia are raw materials used for building new structures – wood and iron. In particular, wood from the sahnrix tree, which is known to resist fire and last long, is imported by some of the wealthier families moving to Carmalad.

The increase in sahnrix harvest north and east of Astran begins to cause disturbances between the humans in the area and the Gob-Oc Orcs, who make their homes in the Tandala Highlands. This sets off a war that lasts for nearly 12 years until the expansion in Carmalad slows down. Aelvor, a man of great strength and skill with sword and shield slays the orcs' leader in 1163 b.S. The Gob-Oc orcs suffer serious losses in this battle and return to their homes. Aelvor dies in 1157 b.S. Upon his death, his eldest child, Kaeradda, ascends to the throne - the first female to do so since Queen Jenefra II.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1175 b.S. Cross-Sarvonian Road Completed
After the founding of Carmalad in 1200 b.S., more travelers pass through the Heath of Jernais. Its central road is expanded and connected coast to coast across the northern part of Southern Sarvonia, and it is renamed the Milkengrad-Carmalad trade route. Trade between Erpheronia and Caltharia begins to increase dramatically.
Allocations: Heath of Jernais

1169 b.S. The "Salt for Silk Route" is Established
The Caltharian Silk Dyers Guild in Carmalad successfully negotiates agreements with both the Erpheronians and the Aellenrhim. Salt is offered to the Aellenrhim, who allow the Caltharian guild to gather raw silkel in the Thaelon Forest. Erpheronians grant the silk dyers permission to gather ash-salt from Heath of Jernais near the Hèckra Volcano, and the Silk Dyers Guild offers reduced prices on dyed silk in exchange.
Allocations: Heath of Jernais

1159 b.S.
to 1126 b.S.
King Tandal

1157 b.S.
to 1137 b.S.
Kaeradda "the Trader", Prince Consort Thacor
(Son: Ephonovor, Daughters: Essara and Vanona)
When Kaeradda (born 1176 b.S.) assumes the Erpheronian throne in 1157 b.S., she continues with Aelvor's direction of increasing international trade by seeking a trade relationship with the Stratanians. She takes a trade mission to Varcopas to begin discussions on trade in 1150 b.S., and is able to secure a small agreement. Queen Kaeradda's mission is cut short when she receives word that the Duke of Narvoss has quietly rebuilt its forces. Though a battle is never fought, tensions increase among the nobility, which causes a fracture between Narvoss, Nyermersys and Accam. Trade among the three areas is not strong to begin with, and this tension stops trade. Furthermore, when Queen Kaeradda returns to Stratania, she finds she is unable to develop the Erpheronia-Stratania trade agreement any further. Kaeradda passes away in 1137 b.S.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1137 b.S.
to 1085 b.S.
Ephonovor III. "the Cautious", Queen Amarena
(Sons: Triodin, Myrkorel, Daughter: Shaedda)
King Ephonovor III.'s (born 1159 b.S.) reign starts in 1137 b.S. Thinking forward in the development of Erpheronia, Ephonovor III. begins to build a navy beyond the few merchant ships that trade with countries to the south. His plan is to use the ships to patrol the waters along either coast of Erpheronia, and provide safe passage for trading vessels to the south. By 1126 b.S., there is one support ship to accompany each merchant ship. In addition to ships, Ephonovor III. begins to increase the size of his standing army and institutes formal weapons and survival training for every Erpheronian over the age of 8. Ephonovor III. dies in 1085 b.S., and the throne passes to Shaedda, his eldest child.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1126 b.S.
to 1116 b.S.
King Salaman
Salaman is known as the founder of Salsair.
Allocations: Royal Line: Centoraurians

1120 b.S. The Founding of Salsair
The Centoraurian King Salaman names his palace "The Salsair", after his wife Salsai. He has built a small palace on a patch of high ground where the lake pours into the Aelunn River. A village grows up in the shadow and protection of the palace, and flourishes due to the fishing on the lake.
Allocations: Salsair, City

1116 b.S.
to 1100 b.S.
King Agafoiros

1107 b.S. Injerín push back an attempted Losh-Oc Invasion
The first renewed invasion against the Injerín is attempted by the Losh'Oc, they are pushed back, but at fearful cost. It is at this time that O'kroi'parda'ael is built.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Losh-Oc Orcs ("True Orcs"); Prominent Mountains; Sarvonia, North

1100 b.S.
to 1088 b.S.
King Persegane
1100 b.S. The Aeh'os'th'er'oc Tribe Splits
The Aeh'os'th'er'oc tribe splits into two clans with the Aeh'os'th'er'oc being driven to the far north icelands and the remaining settle in north-central Caaeh'heroth and call themselves the Osther-Oc.
Allocations: Aeh'os'th'er'oc Orcs; Kalta'Goor, Isle; Osther-Oc Orcs ("Mount Osthen Orcs")

1088 b.S.
to 1079 b.S.
King Archimnon

1085 b.S.
to 1077 b.S.
Queen Shaedda "the Unlucky", Prince Consort Eyimon
(Son: Caeth, Daughter: Brealla)
When Shaedda (born in 1136 b.S.) is crowned Queen of Erpheronia in 1085 b.S., she recognises the serious impact that internal relations have on the morale of her country, in addition to political and financial instability. Shaedda spends most of her reign trying to build alliances within Erpheronia, and particularly between the Duchy of Narvoss and Nyermersys and the Duchy of Astran. Initially, Shaedda meets with resistance from both sides, but perseveres and manages to formalise an agreement between Narvoss, Astran and Nyermersys that benefits all three by making their primary resources more readily available to one another by widening and levelling the roads between them. Shaedda is killed in a hunting accident in 1077 b.S.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1079 b.S.
to 1071 b.S.
King Aeanir

1077 b.S.
to 1035 b.S.
Caeth "the Child-King", Queen Wanýa
(Sons: Aeric, Daughters: Caralla, Jenala, Breýssa)
Caeth (born 1081 b.S.) ascends to the throne in 1077 b.S. at the young age of 4, after the unexpected death of his father, Triodin, who is killed while hunting wild boar in the Forest of Bolder. Many try to blame Triodin’s death on the Duke of Narvoss, who is one of many of the nobility invited to the hunting expedition. However, Triodin's personal counsel represents the Duke, who is a surprisingly good friend of the king. The head of House Eithar acts as Steward of Erpheronia and fosters the boy until his eighteenth birthday, when he is crowned king.

Caeth becomes very knowledgeable in lore and myth, as well as magic and artifacts, and turns into an accomplished mage in the area of Earth Magic, able to cast spells of Level V. Though studious, Caeth does not have foresight to balance his magical interests with his obligation to his kingship. Toward the end of his reign, Caeth becomes sickly and sequesters himself in his study, ignoring the affairs of his kingdom so that many decisions are made by the Voldarian Ruling Council and the long-standing law-making committee established by Jaeoyr in 1579 b.S. Caeth dies after catching a wasting sickness and a disease that destroys his lungs and ability to breath in 1035 b.S. His eldest child, Caralla, becomes Queen.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1071 b.S.
to 1060 b.S.
King Episseus

1070 b.S. Inaufuration of the Epissean Dynasty
Episseus takes the throne from Aeanir, the last of the Carbugist kings, and inaugurates the Epissean Dynasty.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe")

1067 b.S. Colonisation and Cultivation of the Elverground through the Quaelhoirhim Elves
Some members of the Quaelhoirhim move out of the Zeiphyrian forest and begin to make their homes in the Elverground area. In this process Serphelorians become friendly with the elves. Around this time Saloh is built and trade is established between the two races. The Serphelorians become regular and welcomed visitors to Saloh.
Allocations: Elverground; Quaelhoirhim Elves; Salóh, City; Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

1060 b.S.
to 1041 b.S.
King Margalon

1041 b.S.
to 1021 b.S.
Queen Epamenata

1035 b.S.
to 980 b.S.
Queen Caralla "the Farseeing", Prince Consort Erthis
(Sons: Thaelmar, Calmar, Kormar)
Caralla (1050 b.S.–980 b.S.) ascends to the throne in 1035 b.S. As a princess, Caralla finds it difficult to watch her father waste away. She is often the only person to spend time with Caeth, as her mother, Wanýa, often seeks the company of other men because of the king’s preoccupation with magic. Caralla, like her father, loves to read and though she has no skill with magic, she patronises the building of a new library in Voldar in 1028 b.S.

Arguably, her greatest contribution came in 1000 b.S. when Carralla assigns a row of lands to Lords in the far north to form the Northern Marks. With this gift of land, each Lord is responsible for the construction of a castle or fortress, as well as at least one outpost capable of garrisoning 50 men. This forms a protective border against the orcish tribes that had been plaguing the northern lands to this point, particularly the Duchy of Narvoss and the city of Ishmarin. The Northern Marks are rumoured to have been founded as a means to monitor the elves of Calmarios, whose strength had been rising during this period of time.

Thevelin, which is later named Nyermersys, becomes one of these fortresses, and oversees of the two bridges of the Teiphra, as well as the fertile plains to the north. This effectively seals off the northern entrance of the fertile and resource-rich Vale of Kalir, a plain sheltered by mountain ranges and the Ishmarin Lake. Caralla passes away in 980 b.S. and leaves the throne to her eldest, her son, Thaelmar.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

1025 b.S. The Year of the Wolves for the Vale Brownies
This year is the year when a pack of wolves finds its way into the Vale, presumably fleeing from persecution outside. The intelligent creatures soon make the connection between Brownie trees and caches of stored meat, and they begin to terrorise the settlements, seeking them out for the "free" meat hidden there. The Brownies, used to dealing with nothing larger than a single mimsy, are completely unprepared for a full pack of these large predators. Their simple weapons do some damage when the Brownie is close enough, but getting this close leaves the defender within the wolf’s reach. Many smaller settlements are almost wiped out, leaving only the Brownies who managed to flee to the larger ones and group together in large enough numbers to drive the animals off.

It are the Life Mages who finally save them, attacking the wolves’ very spirit and draining the life from them one by one. The huge predators lie dead on the floor, and the Brownies gather to celebrate their relief at the spot they were killed, a clearing near the joining of the two major rivers. Wolf-meat is roasted and eaten by all, and members of every group of Llaoihrr in the Vale come together to thank the mages they’d avoided and rejected before.

Talks start with the idea of forming some sort of common Council which would link all the Llaoihrr in times of need. The Mage's settlement is named the centre of this as it is the most permanent, well known location.
Allocations: Council Tree, Brownie; Sarvonia, South; Vale Brownies

1022 b.S.
to 1002 b.S.
The Creation of the Llaoihrr Council Tree
On the second anniversary of fending off a major wolf attack, the Llaoihrr gather together in the clearing for a feast to remember the triumph over the wolves. Right in the centre of the area is a small cinnabark pine sapling, already reaching the size of some of the smaller trees around it. The tree's spirit is unusually strong, making it shoot up so fast. It is concluded that some of the wolves' spirits must have been absorbed into the seed when they were driven from the animal’s bodies.

The Llaoihrr decide that this must be meant to be, and after heavy talking, agree to create a new capital city at the place where the need for co-operation was first realised – the clearing. The Council Tree Cinnabark is both a new, stronger home, and a symbol of their salvation. It is a work of all the community taking 20 years – the life mages enhance its growth even further, and the other groups bring every type of material and skill from all over the Vale to shape it into a living space.
Allocations: Council Tree, Brownie; Sarvonia, South; Vale Brownies

1021 b.S.
to 1014 b.S.
King Arlawane

ca. 1020 b.S. Founding of the First Vale Brownie Clans
The first four clans are founded at the Council Tree – four clans designed to provide the Llaoihrr with the things the Council was originally conceived for. The Military Clan is quickly renamed the "Ferretmasters" as they utilise an idea of one of the outer groups – taming animals and training them to fight. The Scribbler Clan is founded to help keep records of all the new discoveries and expertise which they have regained over the past 2000 years. The Life Magi become a new Clan too – aptly named "Clan Maj". The Hamm’rers are the group in charge of turning the Council Tree into a useable home, and the Llaoihrr's spiritual welfare is tended by the new Praisers.

The Llaoihrr agree to send a certain amount of grain and materials to the Council Tree each year for as long as it is possible, to support the new Clans. In return they are promised protection, access to the library and the combined knowledge and spiritual guidance. Many Brownies move into the Council Tree to train with the new Clans, and it becomes the meeting point for all the scattered groups. A number of Brownies dislike this new idea, and they group together for support, forming their own settlement on the other, more secluded side of the river. They effectively split themselves off from the rest of the rrao-Llaoihrr and take the new name "rrao-Llaooouh" (lit: "original Vale Brownies").
Allocations: Council Tree, Brownie; Sarvonia, South; Vale Brownie Clans; Vale Brownies
1020 b.S.
to 300 b.S.
The Vale Brownies develop further Clans, ranging from Hunters to Philosophers
The Llaoihrr thrive under the new setup. Now they are protected from the natural and spiritual dangers of the Vale, those not assigned to this task can concentrate their efforts on improving their way of life. The Council Tree becomes the centre for new inventions and ideas; anything from better ways of building houses to the birth of Barkstudy. The lleetters (artificial wings which were originally made from bat’s wings) have their origins in this period too, and are constantly developed and improved throughout. Farming greenbark moss, the staple of the Council Tree Llaoihrr, is also perfected, along with improvements in Life Magic, mechanical woodcraft, leatherwork, and almost every aspect of life in the capital.

Several new clans are also formed. The Drummers are an offshoot of the Praisers, and music becomes a recreational attraction as well as a religious one. Several hunting experts become the Prowler Clan, which provides the skill to go after more challenging prey. The Greengrowers and Bubblers are created mainly to discover and refine the poisons needed to kill larger beasts, although they quickly diversify into all manner of drinks and food preparations. After the Imparter Clan is formed all Brownie children are given a basic education in the most important things, although what exactly these are changes from year to year.
Allocations: Council Tree, Brownie; Sarvonia, South; Vale Brownie Clans; Vale Brownies

1014 b.S.
to 1010 b.S.
King Pestar

1010 b.S.
to 1004 b.S.
King Orephan

1005 b.S. The College of Travellers is Formed

1004 b.S.
to 992 b.S.
King Antamid

1003 b.S. The Antamidean Dynasty gains power
Antamid rises as the first of the Antamidean Dynasty to power.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe")

1002 b.S. The Susilgerim Dwarves' Denirim again visit the Kerokorim Temple
The Susilgerim Dwarves' Denirim begin to again make trips up to the high temple of Trum-Barol, Kerokorim, and to begin to look over the old writings on the use of Keralkorim (“War Prayers”) magic. However, few have the magical knowledge to make any use of the writings.
Allocations: Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

ca. 1000 b.S.
to 700 b.S.
The Golden Age of Strata
A period of large prosperity for the Citystate and its allies can be noted coming from trade mainly. Expeditions are sent out to look for new trade partners or perhaps land for conquest colonization.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Strata, City; Stratanian Men
ca. 1000 b.S. Erpheronian Explorer Marvan Swiftrook Discovers Cort’Mangar
Shortly before his disappearance in the Mists, Marvan Swiftrook discovers the Shadespell Gorge and the city of Cort’Mangar. His discovery and narrow escape from the Shades slowly drives him mad. His journal tells of a mysterious people that live in the city now completely overrun with shadow and Netherworld presence.
Allocations: Cort'Mangar, Ruins; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, North; Shadespell Gorge

996 b.S. Injerín Trade Agreement with the Arthyrhón Elves
The Injerín create a trade agreement that allows the Arthyrhón Elves access to the lower Luquador and trade with the Kuglimz.
Allocations: Arthyrón Elves; Injerín Elves; Kuglimz Men; Prominent Mountains; Sarvonia, North

992 b.S.
to 979 b.S.
King Hersten

980 b.S.
to 955 b.S.
King Thaelmar "the Explorer King", Queen Cathya
(Sons: Caeth II and Thaelrin)
Thaelmar (1033 b.S.–955 b.S.) is the eldest son of Queen Caralla and her Prince Consort, Erthis. He ascends to the throne in 980 b.S., but his reign is cut short in 955 b.S. when he is killed in a rock slide north of Astran, while visiting with surveyors excavating a new mine in the Tandala Highlands. Thaelmar and his Queen, Cathya have two sons: Caeth II and Thaerin. Their eldest son dies of fever before his fourth birthday, and there is much speculation amongst the members of the court that though they attempt to have more children, Cathya is no longer able to conceive.

Despite his short reign, Thaelmar brings much stability to northern Erpheronia by establishing the Eastern Marks around Astran, in addition to the road network that now runs between Voldar and Nyermersys and between Nyermersys and Astran, a line known as the "Iron Wall". It is notable that the castle keep built at Astran, which was destroyed, is the site where the "Guardian" tower is later built in the first century b.S. Thaelmar offers financial incentives to merchants, traders and craftsmen willing to move to Thevelin and Astran. Thevelin and Astran become heavily fortified towns where merchants and craftsmen feel enough security and financial opportunities are available to entice them to take up residence due to lost cost to live in the north.

With the influx of money into the area, a number of the southern landholders begin to purchase land in the north, so even the areas around Thevelin and Astran become settled. Farms and mines are built. With the increased security along the Teiphra, Thevelin starts transport goods (mainly grain from the Vale of Kalir and iron from the nearby hills) down the river to the sea. The northern regions become the corn chambers (and its armouries) for the Erpheronian kingdom, exporting mainly raw materials and foodstuffs to Voldar and the southern Erpheronian towns. Due to the strong military presence in the north, the northern regions also become favoured training grounds for new recruits.

Thaelmar is reputed to have been well loved by the wealthy, for his reforms to the country’s infrastructure benefit those with enough resources to make use of them. However, the challenges of the Erpheronian peasantry are made worse by his ignorance of the circumstances facing them during his reign. After Thaelmar’s death in 955 b.S., his only remaining son, Thaelrin, takes the Erpheronian throne.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians
ca. 980 b.S. The Erpheronian sailor Aehphael strands on Qel'tra'loh
The shipwrecked Erpheronian sailor Aehphael strands on one of the islands of Qel'tra'loh and lives for years in a humble abode he has constructed from simple logs and leaves.
Allocations: Qel'tra'loh, Skydom; Sarvonia, South

979 b.S.
to 969 b.S.
King Craten

969 b.S.
to 944 b.S.
King Pyrhan

965 b.S. The first Skylord Sah'nat'rar rises
The shipwrecked Aephael survives on Qel'tra'loh's southern island Waesh'car'scál because he observes the magical storms carefully and learns where not to venture when he set out to forage. Eventually he passes this precious knowledge on to a group of independent Injérin and human mages who have come to investigate the phenomenons bringing with them their very own approaches on the workings of magecraft.

The corridor they use to circumnavigate the reefs by the way since then has been called "Aephael's Strait", and the elven leader of these bold researchers, Sah'nat'rar, eventually becomes the first Skylord, and Aephael his right hand.
Allocations: Qel'tra'loh, Skydom; Sarvonia, South

963 b.S. The Visions of the Kyranian Caldar Eywing
A prophecy said to be given by Arvins, the God of the Hunt, to a boy named Caldar Eywing spreads throughout the Kyranian villages. The prophecy states that the Kyranian kingdom will once again rise if only they will erect an altar at the ruins of the ancient Sheyaur castle, once erected by Cyroan Thromgolin. Thousands of Kyranians follow the young Caldar to the ancient ruins of Sheyaur on top of the Ilian Plateau and erect twelve pillars and in the center they build an altar and pray for days to Arvins.

On the twelfth night, Caldar, who is treated as a saviour of the Kyranian kingdom, sees a white stag in a forest near the plateau. Interpreting this as a sign from Arvins he hunts and shoots the stag through its heart. Upon bringing the body of the stag back to the altar some of its blood touches the altar. As soon as this happens Caldar falls in trance and later claims to have seen an apparition appearing to him that prophesied that the Kyranian nation would once again prosper when it follows the ways of nature.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South
963 b.S.
to 823 b.S.
The Rebirth of Kyrania: The Kingdom of the Pillars
Caldar Eywing
Caldar, heeding the prophecy he has witnessed on the pillars of the ancient Kyranian fortress of Sheyaur, builds a palace on a hill adjacent to the woods where he shot the stag overseeing the Steppe of Kruswik. He declares the woods sacred and erects a pillar with the runes of Arvins blessing those woods. His followers seeing the faith and belief of Caldar build these same pillars and erect them at all of the crossings of roads and in the center of their hamlets worshipping Arvins. Soon the kingdom is rebuilt with the youth Caldar named as king. The Kyranians align themselves with nature and with Arvins following the codes of hunting, farming and warfare. During these years the Kyranians leave their mountain strongholds and repopulate the Steppe of Kruswik with their herds of cattle and sheep and build several important towns.

As was prophesied the Kyranian kingdom prospers with the kingdom full of holy woods, growing hamlets, towns, unusually large yields of crops and animals, even after the curse of the Dereswungen blood line.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South

956 b.S. Three Stratanian Ships reach the Ferrath Islands
First contact is made with representatives of the Old Empire of Korweyn. Strata establishes a trade route with the islands but isn't allowed to explore the continent of Nybelmar further.
Allocations: Ferrath Islands; Korweyn, Empire; Korweynite Men; Nybelmar, East; Sarvonia, South; Strata, City; Stratanian Men

955 b.S.
to 931 b.S.
King Thaelrin "the Relentless", Queen Saenessa
King Thaelrin the Relentless
The Erpheronian regent Thaelrin, son of Thaelmar and Cathya, is born in 976 b.S. and dies in 900 b.S. He ascendes to throne in 955 b.S., when he is 21 years old. The king is always jealous of the Stratanian's fortune in establishing trade relations with Nybelmar, and though he attempts to find a way to establish an international trade partnership with people from the continent of Akdor, he fails. Thaelrin's stubborn behaviour and competitiveness push him to win without regard to what cost it might take to complete the particularly dangerous task of finding a safe route to Akdor. His relentless pursuit ends in failure, as Erpheronia still does not have a relationship with the Akdorians prior to his death. However, in his "quest" to find a way to Akdor, he is able to establish the colony of Raevalem on the Peninsula of Aden in Northwestern Sarvonia.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

944 b.S.
to 917 b.S.
King Amander

940 b.S. Injerín renewed through the Arthyrón elves
The arrival of representatives from the Arthyrón Elves, descendant of the colonists the Injerín sent to the Folkmore Trees, creates a renewed life in the Injerín and they finally begin to forgive themselves for the terror of Gouran.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Prominent Mountains; Sarvonia, North

938 b.S. The Omnibus is Formed
The Omnibus is formed to govern and direct the assorted Colleges.
Allocations: R'unorian Guild of Librarians

933 b.S.
to 806 b.S.
Kyranian Corruption: The Kingdom of Betrayal
One of the most ambitious followers of Caldar named Narinos "Naios" Dereswungen also claims to have received a divine vision. In his vision he sees a huge fortress overseeing the Windbay. He and his followers head south. Finding a hill near Windbay, just like the one that Caldar has built his castle on, he interprets these sights as a sign and he builds a fortified town he names "Naios," the "Fortress of the Whispering Voices". It is named that way because at night when the wind blows from the bay over the hill it sounds like whispering voices.

In the center of the fortress Narinos erects an altar, but in his arrogance he sacrifices a sheep instead of a hunted stag. Lore tells us that as he did that Arvin spoke a curse on his bloodline and his kingdom for desecrating the altar.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South

931 b.S.
to 867 b.S.
King Myracor "the Mighty", Queen Brythea
(Son: Myrwodin; Daughters: Myressa and Myrach)
Myracor is the only son of Thaelrin and Saenessa, and ascends to the Erpheronian throne in 900 b.S. after his father's death. Myracor and his wife, Brythea have three children - Myrwodin, Myressa and Myrach. Though Myracor is powerfully built - he stands over two peds in height - and is depicted in paintings as a vicious-looking warrior wielding a massive two-headed axe, he uses war only as a last resort.

Myracor spends much of his reign negotiating trade agreements with many kingdoms. He also discovers a route to support small-scale trade with merchants in Akdor. It is not until Viocarvio, King of Caltharia (and father of Artero the Weak) comes into power, that trade relations between Erpheronia and Caltharia begin to sour. Erpheronian-Caltharian trade eventually slows to the point where Myracor closes negotiations with Viocarvio (who is more interested in developing his kingdom's culture rather than its economy) and applies heavy trade tariffs on all non-essentials.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

928 b.S. Birth of Beringstin
Beringstin Dimeye, future hunter and warrior of the Eophyrhim is born to a low-rank family.
Allocations: Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe")

917 b.S.
to 900 b.S.
King Herneas

912 b.S. Murder of Tristin Granat III.
After the murder of Tristin Granat III. rumours about the Templars of the Black Pearl start to spread.
Allocations: Strata, City

908 b.S. Fyrite Mines in Kor Mithrid
First fyrite deposits are discovered by the Mitharim dwarves at the lowest level of Mithrid mines.
Allocations: Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan"); Sarvonia, South

900 b.S.
to 892 b.S.
King Carnahil

892 b.S.
to 874 b.S.
King Manahir

877 b.S. Renewal of Ties between Injerín and Kurakim
The Injerín renew ancient ties of friendship with the Kurakim dwarves that exist to this day.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Kurakim Dwarves; Prominent Mountains; Sarvonia, North

874 b.S.
to 855 b.S.
King Ascuran

ca. 870 b.S.
to 854 b.S.
King Viocarvio Carzihmand, Queen Marin
(Son: Artero)
Viocarvio is father of Artero.
Allocations: Royal Line: Caltharians

867 b.S.
to 827 b.S.
King Myrwodin "the Cruel", Queen Výsanýa
(Sons: Erdolomin, Calodin and Thaeloan)
Son of Myracor, Myrwodin (887 b.S.-827 b.S.) is the cruel and devious king of Erpheronia who invades the kingdom of Caltharia, and forces its ruler, King Artero, to sign the devastating Treaty of Doovens. Myrwodin rules Erpheronia with a toughness that typifies Erpheronian sensibility, and does so with an efficiency that brings certain reforms that improve his kingdom's military.

For many years during the outset of his reign as king, he is ambitious to gain the rich mineral resources in the northern area of Caltharia. However, Myrwodin is tactful enough to wait for an opportunity that will allow him to invade Caltharia without drawing unwanted backlash from the other neighbouring kingdoms of Kyrania and Centorauria. He does not declare war on Caltharia until one of his cousins who serves as an Erpheronian herald in Caltharia is killed there by thieves. Myrwodin dies after many years of suffering from dementia and severe stomach pain.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

864 b.S. A Susilgerim Dwarf Clan Chief is appointed
As the Susilgerim Dwarves grow once again to larger numbers, they appoint a Clan-chieftain over the tribe. Soon a council of the various Clan-chieftains meets under his guidance to rule the Susilgerim. Each clan now operates semi-autonomously, and the chieftains meet once a year to decide major issues.
Allocations: Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves

855 b.S.
to 845 b.S.
King Lysadil

854 b.S. Erpheronian Authorization of Piracy
A man known simply as Drak is given a commission by the Erpheronian government to commit piracy against countries thought to be harmful to Erpheronian trade. At this time he registers a single ship with the government, it is "The Will'o'Wisp".
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild
854 b.S.
to 833 b.S.
King Artero Carzihmand "the Weak", Queen Verhnin of Salazar
(No descendants)
Artero (874 b.S.–833 b.S.) is the Caltharian king at the onset of the War of Ancyros in 846 b.S., which was fought between the kingdoms of Caltharia and Erpheronia. Born in Carmalad in 874 b.S., Artero is the second child and only son of Viocarvio and Marin Carzihmand. He married Verhnin, a daughter of the Duke of Salazar, in 852 b.S.

Through his inability to rule his kingdom, Artero sets off the decline of his kingdom into a state of poverty and instability. He is called "The Weak" because of his indecisiveness and excessive reliance upon his advisors, and later the rulers of the various duchies, to make important decisions for him. Artero also fails to protect his kingdom's financial and military interests by signing the Treaty of Doovens in 843 b.S., which severely restricts his own power and imposes heavy taxes on the people of Caltharia. Artero remains king only in name, as the authority to make significant decisions after the signing of the treaty passes to the king of Erpheronia. He is unable to suppress the rebellion led by one of the dukes of Caltharia – Duke Mertogran of Cantollio – and is found guilty of treason and executed. Though married, he dies childless in 833 b.S.
Allocations: Royal Line: Caltharians
854 b.S. Discovery of Rat Brownies in Strata
First reports are given of sightings of other life in the sewers of Strata than the usual thugs and smugglers. A colony of Rat Brownies is discovered later that year.
Allocations: Rat Brownies; Strata, City

850 b.S. Drak registering further Ships
Drak once again shows up in Erpheronian naval records for registering three other ships under his name to fall underneath his commission. These ships are: "The Aelyvian Wolf", "Waterstar", and "My Lady".
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild
Beringstin Master Hunter
Beringstin Dimeye wins the title of Master Hunter in the Arvins Festival.
Allocations: Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe")
The League's first Contacts with the Humans
The League tries to re-introduce the elven civilisation to the humans. Among the first they contact are peaceful villagers living in the valley between Salsair and the High Fores. Elves from Goltherlon will visit them and familiarise them with the elven culture. Prince Tacunija from Goltherlon is the most important of them. Moreover, it will be interesting to monitor their reaction to the next human-elven war.
Allocations: Brownie Race; Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Goltherrhim Elves; League, the Elven; Milken Brownies; Milkengrad, City; Salsair, City

846 b.S. Erpheronia declares War on Caltharia
An Erpheronian herald, who is related to the Erpheronian king family, is killed in Caltharian territory by rogues. The powerhungry Erpheronian king Myrwodin, who seeks for a pretence of invading his weak neighbours for quite a while, interprets the death of the herald as an open offense against his kingdom and declares war on Caltharia.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Carmalad, Port Town; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros
Construction of Everygrey Bridge
Evergrey Bridge, bridging the fast flowing Cylian River between Ephirn's Lake and the Ancythrian Sea, is supposedly built about the year 846 b.S. by the Erpheronians to aid their war against the Caltharians. A new structure can support vast numbers of troops and heavy siege equipment that a wooden bridge can not. Certainly the structure is not build no later than this, as Evergrey Bridge represents a critical strategical location during the War for Ancyros (846-822 b.S.).
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros
The Pirate Drak's Years of Glory
Numerous records show that during the time of the Erpheronian war with Caltharia Drak and his pirate band sink, capture, and claim numerous enemy ships.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild

845 b.S.
to 832 b.S.
King Nicator

843 b.S. Battle at the Twinnean Peak
As was to be expected, the Caltharian king, Artero "the Weak" (as he is named later on), isn't used to deal with military affairs. Having a badly trained army and no alliances with other supportive kingdoms Artero loses the final battle at the Twinnean Peak.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros
Erpheronia and Caltharia sign the Declaration of Doovens
After 3 years of war Artero, threatened to lose his own life as well as the rest of his kingdom, is forced to sign the "Declaration of Doovens". Thus Caltharia is forced to sign the very disadvantegous peace treaty, where the Caltharian king is reduced to no more than a vassal of the Erpheronian king. Contained in the declaration are the following key demands:

1.) It is forbidden to the Caltharian king to maintain a larger army, which could serve more than defending purposes. A royal guard is granted, however.
2.) The Caltharians have to pay a very large sum in gold and supplies to Erpheronia immediately as well as high taxes every year to come.
3.) The region of Ancyros, north of the Ancythrian Sea, which is rich on minerals, is now property of the Erpheronian Kingdom.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Carmalad, Port Town; Doovens, Town; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros
Alliance of the Hobbitshire with the Erpheronians in the Ancyros War
The halflings of New Hobbitshire become mixed up in the Ancyros war as an ally of the Erpheronian king Erdolomin against Caltharia. They are assigned to supplying the Erpheronians with food, clothing, and other such things. It is believed the alliance is forced upon the hobbits through threats.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Helmondsshire Halflings; Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros

841 b.S. Human Child found by the Elves at the Elverground
A human Kyrianian child is found by a Quaelhoirhim merchant family abandoned on the Elverground. It is raised as part of the family and named Wegerrand (later Gorm).
Allocations: Elverground; Elving, City; Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, South

838 b.S. Disapperance of the Pirate Drak's
It is not known why, but for some reason the name Drak along with the names of his ten ships are crossed off the commission rolls. There have been many a speculation as to what may have led to such a thing. A popular myth is that he tried to become a reputable member of the navy or a reputable trader, depends on who is telling the story, and that the Erpheronian king would not allow it, as he was just a pirate. So he took his crews, and headed east with a cargo hold full of goods and stolen Caltharian treasure.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild

ca. 837 b.S. Drak's Discovery of Quios
The Erpheronian pirate Drak along with five other ships make landfall at the Isles of Quios during a horrific storm. Three of the ships are lost in the journey to this isles, and one founders on the reefs of the island of Volveran. Some say the island is named after the true name of Drak. Due to leading his crews and their families through the terrible storm to safe harbourage he is given the title "Stormlord".
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Quios Kingdom; Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild
ca. 837 b.S.
to 835 b.S.
Drak's Exploration of Quios
Exploration of the rest of the Isles of Quios, as they would later become known, is done in small boats by the former Erpheronian pirate Drak and his men. It is at this time that the humans come across other people. They are the Querinlon elves. It is decided that the forest will be named after the elven tribe that lives there.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Querinlon Elves; Quios Kingdom; Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild

ca. 835 b.S. Founding of Port Gillwin
The port of Gillwin is founded, and named after Drak's son. This heralds the move from the island of Volveran to the present day main island of Killyshmagost. From this point forward Gillwin becomes the center of human activity in the island chain.
Allocations: Quios Kingdom; Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild

834 b.S. Civil War in Caltharia
Frozen Rivers. Nine years after the signing of the Declaration of Doovens a civil war erupts in Caltharia. Supported by most of the other dukes in the land, the Duke of Cantollio, Mertogran of Carmalad, tries to finally seize the throne. Everywhere in the kingdom rebels can undertake actions against the king without being hindered, exept for the capital, where the Royal Guard desperately defends the palace. In Frozen River the rebels lay a siege to the palace and demand Artero to resign.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros

833 b.S. Mertogran seizes power in Caltharia
After two months of siege, the rebels take the palace and King Artero "the Weak" is slain. Duke Mertogran proclaimes himself king and starts immediately with his second objective: regaining Ancyros, the land lost to Erpheronia. He starts to build an army, collecting all forces the dukes throughout the land can provide, violating the treaty with Erpheronia. This causes reinforced border patrols in Erpheronia.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Carmalad, Port Town; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros
833 b.S.
to 822 b.S.
The Rebel King Mertogran
Mertogran (877-822 b.S.) was the rebellious Duke of Cantollio who forced Artero, king of Caltharia, to abdicate the throne during the War for Ancyros (in 833 b.S.) due to what many perceived to be a failure to properly tend his kingdom. Duke Mertogran proclaimed himself king and started immediately to build an army with the objective of regaining back all the lands of northern Caltharia that Artero had ceded to Erpheronia. He invaded Erpheronia, and did manage to recover some of the lands that were lost. However, Mertogran's army was eventually defeated, and he was killed in 822 b.S. at the Battle of Salazar.
Allocations: Royal Line: Caltharians

832 b.S.
to 811 b.S.
King Valamir

ca. 827 b.S. Erpheronian Contacts with Denilou
The Erpheronian Drak Stormlord makes one of several lengthy exploratory trips from his base at Gillwin. On this one he happens to find the Island of Denilou. There his charisma wins over even the suspicious dwarves. One younger son of a clan by the name of Wilvong becomes enchanted with the stories of the mountains of these new islands and journeys to them by himself.
Allocations: Denilou, Isle; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Quios Kingdom; Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild
827 b.S.
to 800 b.S.
King Erdolomin "the Righteous", Queen Erýsa
(Son: Aergarim; Daughters: Cathrena, Shaeossa, Essara, Weyalla and Triýsa)
Erdolomin (852 b.S.-800 b.S.) is the eldest son of Myrwodin and Queen Výsanýa, and eventual heir to the Erpheronian throne in 827 b.S. Though predisposed to show compassion, even to enemies, Erdolomin is responsible for finishing the War for Ancyros and renewing the Treaty of Veltin, which effectively eliminates much of Caltharia’s ability to maintain a military.

After the War for Ancyros, Erdolomin works to strengthen relations with neighbouring countries of Centorauria and Kyrania, and even develops a trade agreement with Caltharia. During his career, Erdolomin completes the construction of the Evergrey Bridge, which is important for the defence of Erpheronia during the war, but also becomes an important means of allowing greater volume of trade traffic to and from Voldar and Nyermersys.
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians

ca. 825 b.S. Founding of Bollgun
The town of Bollgun is founded on Quios and becomes the primary farming center for the humans.
Allocations: Quios Kingdom; Stormcloaks Guild
825 b.S. Farm Hand Jaecor of Weyring wins the Armerenda
The farm hand Jaecor of Weyring is admitted to participate in the Armerenda, the tournaments, where the most famous knights of Erpheronia fight for honour an the prize of the "Splitter" sword. Jaecor is allowed to particpate due to a Markgraven's intervention, as he had saved his daughter from a rampaging tuskdigger. To everyone's surprise Jaecor triumphs after having trained years for this moment, and he rises to sudden unexpected fame. He is knighted and should from now on be known as Jaek Ironhand.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South

823 b.S. Caltharia invades Erpheronia
The Caltharian army crosses the Erpheronian border north of Carmalad in a surprise attack, led by the rebel duke Mertogran, who slew the weak Caltharian king Artero, and vowed to regain the lost region of Ancyros. Although the stationed troups there put up a good fight, they are overwhelmed and slain.

The new Erpheronian king Erdolomin rallies his allies, which include the halflings living in Silvershire. The halflings are assigned to supplying the Erpheronian army with food, clothing, and other such things. It is believed the alliance is forced upon the hobbits through threats.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Carmalad, Port Town; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Halfings, Race; Helmondsshire Halflings; Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros
The Dwarf Wilvong returns to Denilou
The dwarf Wilvong returns to Denilou on one of Drak's ships and convinces some of his younger cousins to journey with him back to the Mountains of Learc on Quios.
Allocations: Denilou, Isle; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Quios Kingdom; Stormcloaks Guild
Jalttren 'Jaltt' Dereswungen King of Kyrania
Another arrogant descendant of the "cursed" Narinos named Jalttren Dereswungen is crowned king of Kyrania.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South
(YEARS 822 B.S. - 50 B.S.)
822 b.S. Battle of Salazar
Awakening Earth. After first losses the Erpheronian army defeats the Caltharian invasion force.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Carmalad, Port Town; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros
Massacre at the Silvershire
Singing Bird. The victorious Erpheronian army in their battles against the Caltharians marches through the the halfling-land of the Silvershire (then known as New Hobbitshire) to resupply, but they find several wounded Caltharian soldiers there. The soldiers are being treated by the halflings, as it is commonly known that they don't care much for the politics of the "big people". Others say that these halflings are believed to not have known anything about the alliance between Erpheronia and the shire as a whole.

Parts of the Erpheronian division consider this as treachery and attack the village where these halfling treat the wounded men and within instances the rest of the division joins the massacre. The soldiers slay everyone they encounter, Caltharian and halfling alike. There is no resistance. Hundreds of halflings are murdered in this massacre, their homes are destroyed, and their crops are laid to waste. Many halflings escape to the Silvermarshes to hide there as they cannot go south through Caltharian lands.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Halfings, Race; Helmondsshire Halflings; Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros
Treaty of Veltin
Rising Sun. In the Treaty of Veltin the demands of the Declaration of Doovens are renewed and even more Caltharian lands are taken over by Erpheronia, among them Thantocha, north-east of the Ancythrian Sea with the important city of Doovens.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Carmalad, Port Town; Doovens, Town; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros
Beheading of Khizaar
Burning Heavens. The Erpheronian commander Khizaar reports the halfling-incident at the Silvershire at the capital to his king. The destruction of the Silvershire is explained as a crime committed by the Caltharian forces, where the Erpheronian army came just too late. The commander gets promoted to colonel, but only a few months later, more and more reports of the true occurences at the Silvershire reach the king.

Though Khizaar manages to hide for several weeks, he is prosecuted for his unrightful attack caught in Weyring where he is also beheaded in front of the public to state an example.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Halfings, Race; Helmondsshire Halflings; Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros
The Theft of Maengolth's Blood
The Kyranian foundling Wegerrand (later called Gorm), who is raised by the elves at the Zeiphyrian Forests, per chance receives knowledge of the location of the powerful blood of the Erpheronian tribe, the blood of the once sacrificed Maengolth, who died from the sword of his own son. The blood was taken away by the elves to prevent the humans of enraging the high powers, the dragons and the gods. As is prophecied in the legend, he, who bears the holy blood of Maengolth within himself shall unite all the human tribes and lead the humans to domination over the world of Caelereth. This human emporer shall introduce the age devoted to the blood of Maengolth, the famous Age of Blood.

Wegerrand, although still very young and raised by the elves to sustain harmony, suddenly is captured by the prospect of gaining power over the whole known world. One night he steals away from his tribe, taking the chalice of blood with him. He returns to the Kyranians, presenting the artifact and is worshipped as the saviour of the human race, which at this time lacks powerful leadership.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Zeiphyrian Forest
822 b.S.
to 288 b.S.
The Halflings' Destiny: Seperate Ways
Those few halflings that survived the massacre of the Erpheronian soldiers begin to rebuild once again, renaming New Hobbitshire to "Helmondsshire" after Generu Helmond who rises up to help rebuild their halfling home. There are only a few dozen left, but in time, they are able to retain their numbers.

Those halflings who flee to the Silvermarshes adapt to their new environment and over the course of time develop to swamp creatures. But although they adapt, many are not strong enough to survive their harsh new home. After a few years not more than a few dozen of them are left.
Allocations: Halfings, Race; Helmondsshire Halflings; Mullogs ("Swampdwellers"); Sarvonia, South; War for Ancyros

821 b.S. Jaecor Ironhand Lands Third Victory at the Armerenda
Jaek Armerson
Knight Jaecor (or Jaek) Ironhand, now member of the Order of Armeros, proves a third time that he is the best warrior of all of Erpheronia by succeeding a third time in the Armerenda tournament. After his death only a few years later the maximum amount of victories possible for any competitor is limited to two, which makes Jaecor the only person to every have triumphed trice. The hero is at his peak of fame, yet he leaves his homeland to fight in the Erpheronian colonies of Aden against orcish besiegers.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South

820 b.S. First dwarven Settlement on Quios
The dwarven city of "Heaven's Gate" is founded near a large vein of gold. Soon, the Wilvong Dwarves, as they are now known, start a healthy trade with Drak giving him gold and iron in exchange for foodstuffs grown in the fields of Bollgun and as a tribute to allow them to stay in the mountains.
Allocations: Quios Kingdom; Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild
Death of Jaecor "Ironhand" Armerson
Erpheronia's most presentable hero Jaecor Ironhand, who has won the Armerenda tournament three times in a row, dies at an accident in the Erpheronian colony in Adan. A cart carrying logs is pulled up on an unsecured street climbing up a hill near the coast when a rope bursts, so that the whole load rolls down uncontrollably and strikes the unsuspecting knight.

Jaek Ironhand is buried at the Temple of Queprur in Nyermersys, at the Shrine of Heroes and a monument is dedicated to him in the Great Hall of Heroes in Voldar. Posthumously he is awarded his final title "Armerson" (Son of Armeros), which he shares with only a few selected Erpheronians.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South

819 b.S. The Coronation of the Kyranian Gorm
The coronation of Gorm takes place at the Bay of Skies in the former El'Dorash which is now called Caelum. The urgent petitions of the elves to return the holy blood of Maengolth are answered with the execution of their messengers, which are ordered by the leader of the Kyranian tribe, Jalttren Dereswungen, because he knows of the importance of giving the different tribes of the humans one single enemy. After Gorm drinks the blood of Maengolth ritually in front of his people Gorm is entitled fully "Unrestricted Human King of the Westcoast".

The first action the young king takes - advised by Jalttren - is the fortification of El'Dorash and the gathering of an enormous army to challenge the elves. Elving and Saloh are heavily fortified in order to be prepared for the expected confrontations.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Elving, City; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Quaelhoirhim Elves; Salóh, City; Sarvonia, South

817 b.S. Founding of the City of Quios
Drak's younger brother Quios along with Quios' son Kathar found the city of Quios and name the island on that it is located Quios'Kathar.
Allocations: Quios Kingdom; Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild

812 b.S. Drak's Return to the Erpheronian Homeland and First Deals
An old Drak sets foot in the lands of Erpheronia once more with fifteen ships filled with goods from Denilou, their own goods, and Wilvong gold. He strikes a deal with the new Erpheronian king and outright buys a decripit section of the Erpheronian port of Veltin. In little time, walls, docks, and other buildings are built and trade first begins.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Quios Kingdom; Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild

811 b.S. The Assassination of King Gorm
A Quaelhoirhim sent assassin manages to sneak into the king's palace and to lay fire on the bedchamber of the king. Just like Caein hundreds of years before him Gorm suffers a terrible death for his unceasable will to gain power.

The assassination of Gorm by elves to avenge the theft of Maengolth's blood eventually triggers the First Sarvonian War of men against elves. The humans are led into battle by the Kyranian successor of Gorm, Jalttren Dereswungen. The Erpheronians will play a key role in the upcoming battles.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, South
The Coronation of Jaltt
After the assassination of Gorm by an elven assassin Jalttren Deresvungen is crowned "King of the Westcoast". Rumor has it that Jaltt was the one who helped the assassin kill Gorm for he wanted to be king himself. Gorm though, ruthless in his ascension to power, was an innocent pawn in Jaltt's rise to power.

Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South
811 b.S.
to 806 b.S.
King Fauldron

810 b.S. Ylpherón’daín, Ancestor of the Ylfferhim moves South
A member of the Injerín, Ylpherón’daín, along with several of his close kin migrate southward, eventually joining the Quaelhoirhim. In time they along with others of the Quaelhoirhim move further into the Zeiphyrian Forests and becomes one of the founders of the Ylfferhim.
Allocations: Injerín Elves; Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, North; Ylfferhim Elves
Khizaar's Head
For a few years, a strangely formed cheese about the size of a man's head and with a yellow-brown rind is sold in the Silvershire till the King forbids its production. No reasons are given in the records of the time, so we must assume that it was done on the grounds of poor taste. Metaphorically, that is. Look up "The Beheading of Khizaar" in the Great Library of our Compendium if you require more information.
Allocations: Cheeses

809 b.S. Quios, Drak's Nephew takes over
Drak Stormlord dies, and his nephew Quios takes his place as head of the fledgling kingdom and shipping guild. It is his greed that drives the shipping guild to head in the direction that it is now.
Allocations: Quios Kingdom; Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild

808 b.S. Construction of Keep Mistrash begins
Keep Mistrash
Construction of the Keep begins in 808 b.S., towards the end of the Seven Hundred Years' War. It is located at the western slopes of the Mithral Mountains. The Keep and others like it are built as precursors to planned settlements in the wider Avennorian area: prior to this time very few places outside of the larger cities have been settled. Eyfi Swanhild, then King of the Avennorian people, has planned these fortifications around his kingdom in which to seat lords who will protect smaller areas of his kingdom, so that expansions in the form of new small towns and villages can safely be achieved. This is, of course, somewhat similar to the system of Dukes and Gravens which exists in Santharia today.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Mistrash, Keep; Sarvonia, South
808 b.S.
to 749 b.S.
Keep Mistrash is being built
The Kesiri family who are to be the lords of the Keep hold the site only long enough to build its foundations, cut out of the rock with the labour of their Shan'Thai slaves. The Avennorian Civil War which begins two years later in 806 b.S., in part over the issue of slavery, recalls the Kesiris to Marcogg where it is thought they are killed in the fighting. Construction resumes under Anir Snivild in 802 b.S., when carving the structure entirely out of the rock as has been originally suggested is abandoned in favour of the more expedient use of stone blocks to build upon what is already extant; now the foundations of the Keep. Anir plans to use the Keep as a holding point for captured elves in the attack on the Tethinrhim Ria, as it is in a farily isolated and easily defensible location. Construction is again abandoned when it becomes obvious to Anir that he will not win against the Tethinrhim.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Mistrash, Keep

807 b.S. Marduran "Discovered"
Until this time the central administration of the Avennorian kingdom has been occupied in war or survival, so exploration of the Thergerim-occupied Mithrals and the coastline beyond has been minimal. An official exploring party led by Jaera Mardurils discovers a small settlement on the coast between the Mithral Mountains and the Adanian Sea, known to its inhabitants as Clendor. The people there are highly lawless and violent, and seem governed only by the maxim "the strongest survive". Surprisingly then, Jaera's journal records that the people do seem to have the rudiments of Avennorian culture; in particular she mentions seeing the familiar whalebone huts of her tribe.

Jaera openly (and, some say, stupidly) declares to the town that she comes to claim the settlement for the Avennorian King, and to collect his rightful tithe in money, goods and fighters for the war with Shan'Thai. This is met with equally open violent reprisals, in which Jaera is killed along with many of her party. On hearing of these events, Eyfi Swanhild names the town "Marduran", "Settlement of Mardu(ril)", after Jaera, whom he calls "a valiant servant of the Kingdom".

Soon after this pronouncement, Eyfi dies and Anir Snivild ascends the throne. His treaty with the Shan'Thai leader begins the Avennorian Civil War and this, combined with the effective repulsion by the people of Marduran of all forces sent to subdue them leads to the newly named Marduran being left to its own devices for the next seven years.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Marduran, Port; Sarvonia, South

Battle of Annihilation at the Zeiphyrian Forests
Five years after the murdering of Gorm a ruthless assault on the elven fortresses at Elving, south of the Zeiphyrian Forests, is initiated by Viginold Dereswungen. Although not all human tribes approve to the declared war on the elves, the strength of the human forces is gigantic. Some human tribes, mainly those which felt oppressed by the Erpheronian tribe, even join the elves and on the other side also dark elves support the elven cause, fighting especially the dwarves, who are promised to receive valueable mines for their help at the Rimmerins-Ring by the human leaders.

The battle lasts for many months and thousands of soldiers of all races die at the brutal slaughtering, but no army can decide the enormous battle, which causes terrific destruction among both sides. Elving is destroyed completely and most parts of the Zeiphyrian Forests as well as the adjacent Auturian Woods are burnt. The first major Sarvonian battle at the Zeiphyrian Forests indeed is a cruel slaughtering which is unique in Sarvonian history so far, but it is only be a glimpse of even fiercer battles to come: It is the beginning of the so-called War of the Blood which will last nearly 80 years and which will result in lots of bloodshed but will bring no victory to any of the fighting races.
Allocations: Auturian Woods; Caltharian Men; Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Elving, City; Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Zeiphyrian Forest
The Rise of the Dark Elf Beringstin Dimeye
The Eophyrhim captain Beringstin Dimeye becomes notorious for his cunning strategies combined with uncompared brutality in battle. He is thus feared by the humans from now on and would become one of the major players in the battles of SW I.
Allocations: Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Sarvonia, South
806 b.S.
to 803 b.S.
The Avennorian Civil War
In the winter of 806 b.S. the last successor of Rekj Swanhild, Eyfi Swanhild, dies. His families' wealth is depleted. He loses the throne to Anir Snivild, whose family, starting with Okar Snivild and his daughter Thea gathered tremendous wealth in trade. Though Okar and Thea hate slavery and fight against it. After their deaths their sons and daughters seeing a way to make tremendous wealth, deal in the illegal trade of slaves as well as the legitimate commerce of whale hunting.

The Snivilds are famous for their expeditions and countless whale hunting and selling and trading of whalebone, oil and spermaceti. He signs a treaty with the leaders of Shan'Thai and legitimizes the slave trade. However anyone wanting to do such business has to give a kickback to him. The price for doing so is a fifth of the sale of the slave.

This starts a civil war between those who deem slavery as wrong and evil, the ones who are the progeny of slaves and those who believe in their rights and those who just want to profit from it. The war ends with an uneasy truce signed by Anir who decreeds that any slave who wants to be free is free and that those who want to remain with those who bought them must have their left ear pierced with a symbol of the family of which they belong to. This satisfies both warfaring parties. Slave trading still continues but mostly the slaves are sold by their own families, either because of a debt owed or because the family needs money. Most of these slaves are girls.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South; Shan'Thai, City
806 b.S. The Destruction of Elving
Elving is destroyed completely and most parts of the Zeiphyrian Forests as well as the adjacent Auturian Woods are burnt. The first major Sarvonian battle at the Zeiphyrian Forests indeed is a cruel slaughtering which is unique in Sarvonian history so far, but it should only be a glimpse of even fiercer battles to come: It is the beginning of the so-called "War of the Blood" which will last nearly 80 years and which will result in lots of bloodshed but will not bring no victory to any of the fighting races.
Allocations: Quaelhoirhim Elves; Tethinrhim Elves ("Youth Tribe")
806 b.S.
to 804 b.S.
The First Great Flood in the Zeiphyr
From 806 to 804 b.S. extensive deforestation of large tracts of the Zeiphyrian Forest take place as the area comes under repeated attack in the First Sarvonian War. It is cleared by human forces to allow easy access, both on foot and by boat, to the fort of Elving, and to provide materials for fortifications and naval technology on both sides. The worst affected area is that around the stretch between the present border of the Zeiphyr and the Thaehelvil River.

On the first day of the Awakening Earth 804 b.S. the rains comeHeavy rainfall saturates the forest floors. Where trees once would have intercepted the water, rain flows straight into the Thaevelvil River. On the third day the river bursts its banks and floods a vast swaith of the land either side of the river, its immense power sweeping away everything in its path. The rain continues for three weeks, and the flood takes a further two to subside.

This first flood clears vast tracts of the remaining forest around the Thaevelvil River, widenes its course and its flood plain and creates the start of the delta with the Aetryam Sea, and creates the Aieryn River that today flows through the forest.
Allocations: Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Thaehelvil River; Zeiphyrian Forest
806 b.S. The Maeverhim stay out of SW I and cut Ties to Seraia
The Maeverhim retract their bridges to Seraia, sealing themselves off once more just as they have done so thousands of years ago during the War of the Chosen. As the First Sarvonian War was escalates they promise to the town of Seraia that they will again return, once the danger is passed.
Allocations: Maeverhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Seraia, Town; Sharadon Forest
The Fall of Kyrania
Jaltt, under the pretext of revenge for the death of Gorm, attacks the elven capitol of the Zeiphyrian Forest, Elving. During this war Jaltt is killed and the Kyranian kingdom falls. The Arvins prophecy is finally fulfilled.
Allocations: Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Sarvonia, South
The Beginning of the First Sarvonian War: The War of the Blood
The south remains untouched by the ravages of war for many years.
Allocations: Strata, City
Dwarves refuse to aid in human Battles
The Eastern Fore dwarves, the Thrumgolz, make a treaty to assist aboveground battle in return for Rimmerins-Ring mining rights. The treaty is never fulfilled, most clans refuse to aid human battles formally for the next five hundred years.
Allocations: Mitharim Dwarves ("Metalfolk Clan"); Sarvonia, South; Thrumgolz Dwarves ("Pickhands Clan")
806 b.S.
to 785 b.S.
King Iahir
806 b.S. The Beginning fo the First Sarvonian War
After the assassination of Gorm and the seizing of power by the former Caltharian leader, Viginold Deresvungen, war forms between the two dominant races of Sarvonia: The elves and the humans. It is during this time that many human tribes join together to fight against the elves, with thoughts of domination of all of Caelereth. The Erpheronians and Caltharians join together with other tribes.

Because of Jernais's close proximity to both provinces, it is chosen as a military base where generals of both armies can discuss battle tactics. Fortifications are put up around the base to keep it save from any attacking elves. The city, however, is never attacked.
Allocations: Jernais, City
Battle of Annihilation at the Zeiphyrian Forests
Serphelorians join their allies, the elves, against the humans from the north. They suffer huge losses. During this time the town of Sophronia is ruined again in the battles. The capital and the army moves back to Chrondra.
Allocations: Chrondra, City; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
Third Triton Generation
The third generation of Tritons is built by the new king of Avennoria, Anir Snivild. These Tritons, the one we know of now are used for huge exploration, whaling and trade. Along with companies of Bareks they rule the Eastern seas until the Erpheronians take over Avennoria in 749 b.s. and their shipbulding techniques are mingled with the Avennorians and became Erpheronian ships.
Allocations: Avennorian Ships
Beginning of the First Sarvonian War
Erpheronians and Caltharians join forces with other human tribes against the elves of the Zeiphyrian Forest in the first Sarvonian war. The Aellenrhim elves in the Thaelon and the Cyrathrhim in Calmarios do not join the war, and only build up defenses. Similarly, the humans in the Heath of Jernais turn the city of Jernais into a military base and its villages are fortified, but they do not attack the Thaelon. Humans are not permitted to enter Thaelon for silkel, and elves are not permitted to enter the Heath of Jernais for trade, but neither side is attacked in the war.
Allocations: Heath of Jernais

805 b.S. The Iahirian Dynasty rises to Power
End of the Antamidean Dynasty and ascension of Iahir of the Iahirian Dynasty.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe")

804 b.S.
to 800 b.S.
The Attack on the Tethinrhim Ria
The Avennorian King Anir marshals troops against the elves in the Auturian Woods. Though he could care less about the cause of the war, he sees an opportunity for a land grab and to avenge the Avennorians against the Tethinrhim elves and attacks the Ria, the elven sovereign's housing. The elves, already besieged and wearied from the battles against the other humans, see their beloved woods being burned. When Anir and his troops attack their capitol and the Ria, the elves fight back with vengeance and push back Anir and his troops out of the woods and even burn down some of the outer settlements of the Avennorians. This defeat precipitates more attacks by Anir and each time they lose to the more experienced war fared elves.

Finally in the late fall, early winter of 800 b.S. Anir gives up and just watches as the war continues. He and his people would sit out this war and gather up what is left, figuring that would be the best. Let the others do the fighting for him and he would come in and take what is left over. To Anir this seems liked the perfect plan.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Sarvonia, South; Tethinrhim Elves ("Youth Tribe")
804 b.S. The First Ránn of the Quaelhoirhim is declared
The first Ránn of the Quaelhoirhim is declared and a centralized government is created. Settlements are still to some extent self governing.
Allocations: Quaelhoirhim Elves
804 b.S.
to 800 b.S.
The Attack on the Tethinrhim Ria
The Avennorian King Anir marshals troops against the elves in the Auturian Woods. Serphelorians fight the Avennorians with the elves.
Allocations: Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

803 b.S. The League choosing of the Erpheronians
The Artapherana Trees have long ago developed to their full size but still no human tribe can be found to match the criteria of the experiment. In this year the Brownies are informed that the tribe is finally found. It will be the Erpheronians.
Allocations: Akdor, Continent; Akdorian Brownies (Aohu'o); Brownie Race; Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); League, the Elven; Milken Brownies; Milkengrad, City

800 b.S.
to 749 b.S.
The Demise of the Avennorians
As the Avennorians sit out the First Sarvonian War ready like vultures to pick up the pieces, they do not take into account that the human tribe of the Erpheronians would hold them accountable for their actions and attack the Avennorians. The Avennorian King Anir surrenders in the late summer of 749 b.S. He and his family are immediately beheaded. The Erpheronian king, Korpicor, and his armies use Marcogg as their staging base for the war against the elves. After the war has ended in 729 b.S. the King gives Marcogg and the lands back to the Avennorians but they have to pay tribute to the Erpheronian empire and are considered a satellite country of the Erpheronian Kingdom from now on.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South
800 b.S. The Goltherrhim Ag'rán Tacunija utters the Curse of Fire
The heir to the Goltherrhim regency, the Ag'rán Tacunija, is murdered by Kyranian rogues on the foothills of the Hèckra volcano, while travelling from the Goltherlon to the Vontron. As he dies, Tacunija curses his killers and their people always to fight among each other and to be rewarded for the crime by fire. He is quoted: "May my blood haunt you and your children, until Avá's Dream is over. No peace will ever reign you and your people and always will you fight among each other but never will you get rid of yourselves. And let fire be my witness and your reward for thy crime."

These dramatic words should become the "Curse of Fire", sealed by three sudden explosions erupting from the Hèckra. This is said to symbolize that the Curse would be fulfilled three times. Bromir, a small Kyranian boy, witnesses the whole event and relates the curse to those that would hear.
Allocations: Goltherrhim Elves; Heath of Jernais; Helcrani Men; Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Milken Brownies; Sanhorrhim Elves ("Sailing Tribe"); Sarvonia, South; Thrumgolz Dwarves ("Pickhands Clan")
Kyranians become "Helcrani"
The massacre against the peace-loving elf Tacunija and his men triggers a series of retaliatory elven attacks against the Helcrani, who burn their villages and turn to the Eastern Fores Mountains for salvation after two of their settlements are destroyed. The Curse is fulfilled for the first time.

The dwarves, who live there, welcome the Helcrani, because they are enemies with the elves. There they build five villages: Sostra, Heleroth, Ahaiwana, Menegula and Codomma. The area was named Helcrah ("Firedamn") and they take the name Helcrani ("Firedamned").
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; Kyranian Men ("Simple-Folk"); Milken Brownies; Sarvonia, South; Thrumgolz Dwarves ("Pickhands Clan")
Cyrathrhim Refusal to participate in the War
The Cyrathrhim refuse to fight in the First Sarvonian War and invoke Quaelhoirhim rage by refusing to participate in the war or cooperate with the High Elven Circle, calling it a "touch paper to the fire of war". Nor will they have anything to do with humans if they can help it. They continue their alliance with the Aellenrhim, however, protecting their forest with their magical skill, and the Aellenrhim guarding Cyrathrhim borders.
Allocations: Aellenrhim Elves; Calmarios Forest; Cyrathrhim Elves ("Gentle Tribe"); Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, South
Marduran Tithes to Marcogg
After the attack on the Tethinrhim Ria, Anir Snivild decides to withdraw from the First Sarvonian War and no longer aids the human cause. This gives him time to work on securing his own territory. Marduran is finally subdued and made to tithe through the appointment of the first Lord Enforcer, Contrin Paerst. He arrives with armed troops numbering nearly the same as those of the town; Anir has soldiers to spare now that he has withdrawn from the war.

Lord Enforcer Contrin begins the construction of a mansion for himself and a barracks outside the small town, and a town wall. He tells the people that the wall will be for their protection, although few of the suspicious people of Marduran truly believe him. Mutiny is precluded by the large guard encampments around the village. Whilst soldiers and architects are the main force involved in the wall’s construction, criminals against the new regime – including people trying to leave – are forced to build for days on end with limited rations as punishment for their crimes. Taxes are minimal at this stage so that co-operative people are not heavily burdened.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Marduran, Port; Sarvonia, South
King Aergarim
Aergarim, son of Erdolomin
Allocations: Royal Line: Erpheronians
The League's Choosing of the Helcrani
The Helcrani decide to seek refuge in a safer place but the League fails to guide them to the selected place and they resort to the High Fores for salvation where they accepted dwarves inside their society. After counceling the League decides to change the subject of the experiment, abandoning the Erpheronians, and chooses the Helcrani as the worst human tribe for the experiment. The Brownies are informed of these facts.
Allocations: Brownie Race; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Helcrani Men; League, the Elven; Milken Brownies
ca. 800 b.S. Secret Military Outpost East of the Tethinrhim Riá
After successfully repelling the inept Avennorian invaders, marshaled by Anir, in the 804 b.S attack on the Riá during the Age of Blood, the sovereign of the Tethinrhim issues a decree ordering a secret military outpost to be established between the capitol and the enemy Avennorians. This camp, connected to both the outskirts of the forest and the city by a warren of passage ways, is subsequently fortified to extreme extents, ready to fend off another wave of humans. Fortunately, this attack never comes, however, the bustling camp is not abandoned, but rather, kept armed in preparation.
Allocations: Academy of Archery, Tethinrhim; Riá, Tethinrhim Capitol; Sarvonia, South; Tethinrhim Elves ("Youth Tribe")
800 b.S. The Curse of Fire
In the dying breath of the elven Ac'rónn Tacunija, he cursed the humans with a curse of fire. His curse is to come to pass in the form of Héckra erupting. Though the smoke and ash did not reach Jernais, save a little on the breeze, the tremors the eruption causes leads to the crumbling of many houses and parts of the fortifications surrounding the city. The city is abandoned by military leaders, and the fortifications are never fized. In time, they crumble away.
Allocations: Jernais, City
Continued Serphelorian fighting against the Erpheronians
Serphelorians continue to fight Erpheronians with the elves; they become valued spies in the North for elven tribes.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
First Construction of the Churican Lighttower
As some trade routes expand in the continent, a number of sailing ships fall to ruin on the craggy rocks around Churican. After a record number of ships--supposedly three in a month - result in the collective death of 107 sailors and tradesmen, Churicans decide to build a Lighttower to warn ships of the craggy coast.
Allocations: Churican Isle

796 b.S. The Second Great Flood in the Zeiphyr
The Quaelhoirhim elves often refer to the second great flood as "The Severing". The second flood occurs in much the same way but affects a slightly lesser area, but it clears the last remaining fragments of forest around the river banks, cleaving the Quallian from the main branch of the forest. It also widenes the delta and deposits alluvial soils along its banks, making the whole area incredibly fertile.
Allocations: Quaelhoirhim Elves; Quallian Forest; Sarvonia, South; Thaehelvil River; Zeiphyrian Forest

792 b.S. Goltherrhim and Sanhorrhim Co-operation
The two elven tribes agree to extinguish the Helcrani as a united force. The tribes begin a midnight hit-and-run offensive led by Halmaran, the Sanhorrhim Rónn with the intention of "ridding the lands between us [the Sanhorrhim and the Goltherrhim territories] of the Helcrani vermin".
Allocations: Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; Sanhorrhim Elves ("Sailing Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

789 b.S. Ambush at the Xythrian Ridge
In the year 789 b.S. an outrageous heroic deed is reported in the human annals: The young Diraton of Caelum, the captain of the cavalry of a small division belonging to the human tribe of the Centoraurians, is captured by the Eophyrhim elves after they destroyed his army at the Xythrian Ridge north of the Rimmerins Ring. The Eophyrhim are led by the ferocious captain Beringstin Dimeye.

The elves know through one of their spies that Diraton's cavalry only is meant to distract the main forces of the elves so that a huge human army can ambush the supposedly unexpecting elves. In fact it doesn't come thus far and as Diraton's army finally is destroyed cruel dark elves trie to force Diraton to give away the location of the secret human hideout, for he is the only person of the cavalry who got knowledge of it. If he chooses to tell the location to the elves he would be granted freedom.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Sarvonia, South
Diraton's Sacrification at the Anaios Gap
Diraton, a well known captain among the humans, who already has achieved important victories for the Centoraurian tribe and who is promised to his Lord's daughter, Isella of Vezash, has to decide upon his own fate and the fate of the tribe he belongs to. As he knows Isella to be hiding with the main human army at the southwestern Rimmerins Ring, Diraton decides not only to lead the elves in the wrong direction in order to save the human army and his beloved from an ambush, but also to sacrifice his life in exchange for the deaths of thousands of elves.

Diraton knows many geographical details of the vicinity of his hometown at Caelum the elves are not aware of, so due to Diraton's cleverness he manages to guide the elven cavalry to a special place near Naios, a hill's top which ends in the Anois Gap on the other side, a geographical detail which cannot be seen from the arriving and unknowing elven army. Riding on top of the elven army Diraton feigns a flight and gallops straight over the top of the hill into the Anaios Gap. Thousands of elven riders following the Centoraurian eager to capture the human captain fall to their deaths as does Diraton and the notorious elven captain Beringstin Dimeye. The place of this incidence should later on be called the "Elvenfall".

Since this time the coat of arms of the Centoraurians represents a human rider droping down the Anaios Gap, but to emphasize the unforgetable heroic deed of Diraton the horse is always drawn with wings as a sign of his heavenly sacrification to save his whole tribe and race.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

788 b.S. The Red Rebellion
Carmaladian royalty fears an armed uprising among its citizens, over the new taxation policy where all cloth dyed red will pay a high levy because at the time, the colour comes from the teki seed, which gives off a powerful, offensive odour that the king dislikes strongly. The rebellion is quickly stopped, however, when the King finds a new source for their dying needs he erases the tax.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Carmalad, Port Town

785 b.S.
to 777 b.S.
King Ectander

784 b.S. Marduran's Wall Completed, Troubles Rising
As feared by many, taxes on the small community sharply rise after this completion as it becomes apparent that the wall is not to keep bad things out, but to keep the citizens in and the money flowing. Even the ocean is guarded – phalanxes of guards are placed on fishing ships to ensure they return to port. Off-duty soldiers maraud through the town raping, pillaging, or in the case of one female soldier whose name is not recorded, stealing citizens' children.

The situation deteriorates further over the following years, although Lord Enforcer Contrin keeps the situation in hand to a certain extent. Records show that part of the anarchy amongst the soldiers is sanctioned, with the goal of keeping the people frightened and fragmented. In this way the people are kept too off-balance to formulate a co-ordinated resistance, and the Lord Enforcer is made to seem the only thing standing between the people and their decimation by debauched soldiers.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Marduran, Port; Sarvonia, South

783 b.S. Starmiran Founded by Marduran Escapees
Before the Marduran city wall is completed by the Lord Enforcer Contrin, a small sector of Marduran’s population escape past the guard encampments by night from Marduran. The escapees are mainly those of scholarly or otherwise more peaceful leanings. They live hiding in the wilderness west of Marduran for a year before officially founding Starmiran in 783b.S.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Marduran, Port; Sarvonia, South; Starmiran, City

777 b.S.
to 773 b.S.
The Siege of Ximax
The First Sarvonian War comes to Ximax. From their hold in the Shivering Wood, the dark elves lay siege to the peninsula of Cha'dómm, which is mainly inhabited by human mages and therefore one of the most important magical resources for the human armies. They are aided by the betrayal of the Archmage of Ecuá, Móh'núl, who provides powerful Ximaxian staffs to the sieging forces.

The siege lasts four years as the peninsula is surrounded by the massive Zirkumire Mountains and can only be reached from the continent through an easily-guarded passage, protected by the human army of mages residing at the peninsula near Ximax.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Sarvonia, South; Ximax, City; Zirghurim Dwarves
777 b.S. Assault on Horth by Dark Elves
Buildings at Horth are burnt to the ground by dark elves when they lay siege to the whole area along with the peninsula of Ximax.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe")
777 b.S.
to 773 b.S.
King Aenemir

776 b.S. Construction of the Town of Quia'antá
The building of the town of Quia'antá on the site of a smaller town along the river banks of the Thaehelvil River commences.
Allocations: Santhala, City; Sarvonia, South; Thaehelvil River

773 b.S. The Fall of Ximax
Dark elves battle against human battlemages and warriors from Ximax at the passage between the Xaramon Peninsula and the continent. Because of its narrowness, the passage serves as a bottleneck for all attackers, and a prime position for the Ximaxians to defend their city. For four years the dark elves make little progress, both due to the battlemages and warriors blocking their way and because of the Wavewand River, which floods during the rainy season, blocking off access to the peninsula through the flatland.

The dark elves, seeing the futility of their strategy, devise a cunning plan. They carefully climb their way through the treacherous Hoa Rusun Mountains to the north, traveling unnoticed around the unsuspecting Ximaxian army. By this method, they successfully circumvent the human guards and, once on the Peninsula, use dark and destructive magics to flood the Wavewand River, cutting off the Ximaxian army's road back to the city. From here, the dark elves lay waste to Ximax, setting aflame the city's buildings and killing a great many of the inhabitants, thereby debilitating the magical resources of the human armies.

The dark elves leave Ximax charred and broken, and after they leave, most of the denizens follow, abandoning what is left of their home. Only the Volkek-Oshra, whose catacomb-abodes were left untouched, stay behind.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Eophyrhim Elves ("Hunting Tribe"); Sarvonia, South; Ximax, City; Zirghurim Dwarves
773 b.S.
to 621 b.S.
Decay of Ximax
Ximax, abandoned by all but the Volkek-Oshra, becomes derelict and decayed. The Orb of Ximax slowly begins to break free of most of its magical bonds, posing renewed threat to the peninsula.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Volkek-Oshra Orcs ("Ximaxian Orcs"); Ximax, City; Zirghurim Dwarves

772 b.S. First Helcrani join Human Armies
The first Helcrani join the human armies as mercenaries, not only being distinguished but also acquiring valuable military experience. Most of them prefer to offer their services to Centorauria. A strong bond among the two tribes is developed in the heat of battlefield. This is the dawn of the notorious Helcrani fighting technique.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Helcrani Men; Sarvonia, South
772 b.S.
to 761 b.S.
King Zachan

770 b.S. Second Lord Enforcer in Marduran installed
Awakening Earth. After the retirement of Contrin in the early spring of this year, the second Lord Enforcer is invested on the last day of the month of Awakening Earth. He is younger than his predecessor Contrin and has less respect from both the troops and the people. The following months can only be described as horrific for the residents of Marduran as lazy soldiers run amok while the Lord Enforcer holds somewhat hysterical talks with his advisors. Messengers of increasing rank are sent out to barracks and guard camps in fruitless attempts to have officers control their troops.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Marduran, Port; Sarvonia, South
The Marduran Rebellion
Burning Heavens. Before the Avennorian King is aware of the desperate situation in Marduran the Enforcer's mansion is stormed and the incumbent's throat is slit, along with many of his closest advisors and retainers.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Marduran, Port; Sarvonia, South
Third Lord Enforcer Installed
Sleeping Dreameress. The third Lord Enforcer arrives from Marcogg in the month of Sleeping Dreamress, one month after her predecessor was killed. Lady Enforcer Katha Jovinth is a stately woman, not much older than her forerunner but with an imposing gravity. Employing harsh tactics she gets the army under control and creates a peace in Marduran before midwinter – a far cry from the way she found it. Taxes increase slightly but the people bear it; she is known as harsh but fair.

Enforcer Katha remains in power for nearly forty years. Few changes in the way the town is run occur from this time until after Santhros' crowning, although some Lords and Ladies Enforcer are more despotic or useless than others.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Marduran, Port; Sarvonia, South

769 b.S. The Battle of Crow Hills
Ránn Halmaran of the Sanhorrhim and uncle of the slaughtered Tacujina initiating the curse on the Helcrani is killed by Ecomentar, the Helcrani Warlord, the boy that once witnessed the death of Tacunija.
Allocations: Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; Sanhorrhim Elves ("Sailing Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

761 b.S.
to 744 b.S.
King Nimephil

760 b.S. The Ylfferhim declare their Independence
The Ylfferhim elves declare their independence from the Quaelhoirhim and pull out of the war. This comes as a blow to the Serphelorians fighting with the Quaelhoirhim against the Erpheronians, but they fight on.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Quaelhoirhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe"); Ylfferhim Elves

759 b.S. The Siege of Thaehavos
Thaehavos is besieged by a small contingent of elves emerging from the forests located in the north. Messengers coming from Thaehavos reach Strata begging for aid in their situation. Strata recognizes the threat of the elven forces and sends out an army in the direction of Thaehavos. The town is saved and the elves are forced to retreat to the Sharadon Forests by the combined armies of Thaehavos and Strata.
Allocations: Bardavos, City of Artists; Sarvonia, South; Sharadon Forest; Strata, City; Stratanian Men

758 b.S. Founding of the Kingdom of Stratania
The Kingdom of Stratania is founded consisting of the city states of Strata, Thaehavos, Varcopas and the lands surrounding the cities. Uderza and Rahmat remain Shendar cities, while Thalambath decides to remain independent. The Tristin of Strata holds the power over the Stratanian kingdom. A council is formed and placed in Strata which forms the capital of the kingdom.
Allocations: Bardavos, City of Artists; Sarvonia, South; Strata, City; Varcopas, Port Town

753 b.S. Reestablishing of Connections between the Maeverhim and Seraia
The Maeverhim open themselves to the town of Seraia once again after having kept their distance for more than 50 years.
Allocations: Maeverhim Elves; Seraia, Town
753 b.S.
to 752 b.S.
In the fall of 753 b.S., Akakiruhnt Orc-slayer, the young son of a Susilgerim clan chieftain, rallies the younger generation to anger against the Rhom-Oc orcs. The following period of fighting is called the "Heaths of Blood", of which this is the first battle the Susilgerim fight in that conflict. The Susilgerim attack in mid-winter, on what becomes the coldest day the Heath of Wilderon had seen in many centuries. The resulting destruction of several major Rhom-Oc settlements causes several months of severe famine among the Rhom-Oc, due to their loss of many wargs. The battle is not without loss for the Susilgerim, though, as they lose many men while withdrawing over the plains.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
753 b.S. The Gathering of Many Supplies (Fallen Leaf-Frozen Rivers)
Akakiruhnt, at the age of 93, chooses not to marry; and, encouraging his fellow youth to do the same, excites all the young men of the clan to fury against the Rhom-Oc Orcs. When the harvest has been brought in, the greatest production of weapons in Susilgerim history is undertaken. Many stone spears and axes are carved, and the Susilgerim import a large amount of iron from their Kurakim cousins. The Susilgerim proceed to fashion iron studded wooden shields and light iron helms for themselves. Akakiruhnt has an iron axe and an iron shield specially made for him. The Susilgerim symbol of a Khorimkaom leaf is inlaid in silver on the iron shield. AR is inlaid in silver on his helm. The largest cave bats that could be found are tamed and trained by the singspeakers for use in the war. A plan for the campaign against the Rhom-Oc is formulated in this time.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood

752 b.S. The Heaths of Blood: Susilgerim Dwarves vs. Rhom-Oc Orcs
One Susilgerim dwarf tribal leader, Akakiruhnt, raises much support from the younger generations and invades the Heaths of Wilderon to try to destroy the Rhom-Oc Orcs. They have some initial success, but are later decimated by the Rhom-Oc warg riders upon the open plains and are forced to retreat.
Allocations: Imlith Mountains; Rhom-Oc Orcs; Sarvonia, North; Susilgerim Dwarves
The Secret March (Turning Star/Korimaril)
The Susilgerim begin the march towards the settlements of the Rhom-Ocs. Despite the intense cold, the Susilgerim travel with all haste and secrecy. They travel wrapped in their thickest camouflaged cloaks, walking low to the ground with heads bent, blending into the heath. Akakiruhnt allows no fires to be lit, and the dwarves eat only rations prepared for the occasion. After several trying weeks, the dwarves reach the settlements of the Rhom-Oc. The Susilgerim stealthily spread out, taking every precaution to avoid wargriders, and begin to scout the Rhom-Oc. Susilgerim earthguides take careful notes of the positions and travel patterns of the Rhom-Oc families. The Susilgerim manage to locate the area where the largest numbers of Rhom-Oc families reside.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
1st of Molten Ice. At the 1st of Molten Ice the battle begins.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
16Moon: The coldest Days on Wilderon
A blistering wind tears across the heaths, adding to the record cold of this night. The Susilgerim spread out their forces along the downwind side of the Rhom-Oc encampments.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
19Moon: The Susilgerim begin their Attack
The Susilgerim singspeakers creep near the Rhom-Oc camps with the best spear throwers in the clan following in their train. At exactly 19Moon, the singspeakers release their bats, which proceed to attack the wargs of the Rhom-Oc. This drives the wargs to a complete rage. The spear throwers move in quickly, killing as many wargs as possible in the bedlam. As the surprised Rhom-Oc rush to save their beasts, Akakiruhnt leads the main force of the Susilgerim into the camps. The camps are set aflame, which soon proves to be a mistake.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
22Moon: The Susilgerim withdraw
The Susilgerim complete their destruction of the Rhom-Oc encampments. They regroup, tend to the wounded and quickly begin to retreat back across the plains.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
4Sun: The Rhom-Oc catch the Susilgerim and surround them on the Plains
Injèrá's rising is causing much discomfort to the Susilgerim. The remaining Rhom-Oc, having seen the light of the burning encampments, set out in pursuit of their attackers. They now catch the Susilgerim on the plains. The Susilgerim are quickly surrounded, but Akakiruhnt forms the dwarves into a circle, placing the strongest shieldmen and axemen on the perimeter. Inside, he places the spear throwers. The battle continues thus for the better part of the day.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
8Sun: For the first Time, a Dwarf rides a Warg
With the day wearing on faster and faster, Akakiruhnt realizes he must turn the battle’s tide soon are risk losing his army to exhaustion. Drawing an unfortunate wargrider near the circle’s perimeter, he leaped at the rider, knocking him off the warg while cleaving him in two with his axe. The Orc-slayer then grips the warg by its neck clenching his left hand around its spine in a vise-like grip, while leaping upon its back. The warg attempts to throw him with all its might, but it could not break the hold of Akakiruhnt. Holding the warg’s spine, Akakiruhnt directs its wild flaying movement to the left or right as he wills. Thus he begins to cut down the Rhom-Oc wargriders using one of their own beasts. The dwarves take advantage of the bewilderment this causes on the behalf of the Rhom-Oc to take the offensive.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
12Sun The Battle comes to a Close
The Susilgerim finally drive off the remaining Rhom-Oc. Akakiruhnt remains on his captured warg, despite its continued efforts to throw him. As evening wears into night, the warg finally collapses from exhaustion and the suffocating grip of the Orc-slayer. Akakiruhnt then muzzles and ties up the warg. Thus Akakiruhnt becomes also known as wargrider, the first dwarf to accomplish such a feat.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
2nd of Molten Ice.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
1Sun: The Dwarves rest
The dwarves set up a camp to tend to the wounded and take care of the dead. Light fortifications are set up around their position using broken spears and a supply of wood that the Susilgerim brought with them. Akakiruhnt find that he can still ride his warg by gripping its spine, but can not master it completely. Still, it is partially subdued, and he deems it to be useful enough to keep alive until the next battle. The dwarves plan and prepare for their next step in the war.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
2nd of Molten Ice. Following the Battle of Vengeance, the Susilgerim camp to tend to the dead and wounded, while the Rhom-Oc regroup and gather more numbers. The Rhom-Oc then ride in strength to face the Susilgerim army. The battle that follows is the First Duel of Hatred. Therein, the dwarven hero Akakiruhnt Orc-Slayer faced the orcish paladin, Ashzuck Dwarf-Ong. However, the outcome is inconclusive, because a massive snowstorm sweeps over the Heaths of Wilderon in the midst of the battle.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
Both sides regroup (Molten Ice/Dasthomm 2-6)
After the Battle of Vengeance, the Susilgerim have suffered great losses. They are encamped in the southern portion of the Heaths of Wilderon, tending their wounding and taking care of the dead. Meanwhile, the infuriated Rhom-Oc regroup in the north, gathering up the full strength of their tribe. At this time, the orcish paladin Ashzuck Dwarf-Ong is appointed warlord of the Rhom-Oc forces. They soon set to destroy the remaining Susilgerim. At this time, it is noted by historians that Akakiruhnt had the opportunity to withdraw his men into the Imlith Mountains. However, in his pride and hatred he believes he can annihilate the Rhom-Oc once and for all.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
7th of Molten Ice.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
1Sun: The Rhom-Oc settle their Score with the Susilgerim
The Rhom-Oc arrive at the dwarven encampment at dawn, taking advantage of the dwarves' aversion to the sunlight. They beat drums to announce their arrival, scoffing at the idiocy of sneakiness, and enthralled in the glory of battle. The Susilgerim stand behind the fortifications and few traps they had laid out, preparing themselves with the little time such simple machinations would buy them. The first wave of wargriders is decimated as many riders are surprised by the ground beneath them giving way to a pit of spears. The wooden fortifications also slows down the riders enough to give the Susilgerim spear throwers time to get a good shot at them. But the numbers of the Rhom-Oc were great, and the fortifications of the dwarves are soon broken down. Then the battle begins in earnest.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
7Sun: The Battle reaches a Standstill
The battle stretches on through the heat of midday. The Rhom-Oc had three times already beaten the Susilgerim back and three times Akakiruhnt rallied the dwarves, regaining their lost ground. Each time the Susilgerim rallied forward Akakiruhnt and Ashzuck saw each other on the battlefield, but were pulled apart by the tides of the battle. Neither side could gain an advantage over the other, for the numbers of the Rhom-Oc were great but the valor of Akakiruhnt willed the dwarves to persevere. On this day, Akakiruhnt is in the height of his glory, fearsome and terrible to look upon, and none could withstand him.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
9Sun: Ashzuck Dwarf-Ong seeks out Akakiruhnt
Akakiruhnt, filled with the lust for blood and revenge, rallies his dwarves to such a passion that they themselves began to drive the Rhom-Oc back. But Ashzuck Dwarf-Ong would not be so easily beaten. Not being one to pass up such a great opportunity for glory, Ashzuck surges his way to the forefront of the battle, searching for Akakiruhnt. He cries out, “Ya Dwarfen stubble, face yer death! T’day so much dwarf blood’ll run Trim-Barry ‘imself will tremble!!”. He did not wait long for an answer. Akakiruhniwas driven to an even higher height of rage and flies across the field to face Ashzuck. They meet, and the first great duel of the Heaths ensues.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
12Sun: The Great Storm hits the Wilderon
As Ashzuck and Akakiruhnt trade blows, many dark clouds gather overhead. Ashzuck Dwarf-Ong holds a great advantage over Akakiruhnt since the Orc-Slayer’s warg will not attack Ashzuck’s warg. It is a severe struggle for him to maintain his ground. The Dwarf-Ong deals several wounds to Akakiruhnt during their duel. As the sky darkens and the winds increase, Akakiruhnt’s warg is killed and Akakiruhnt falls to the ground. As Ashzuck barrels down on him, Akakiruhnt is saved by a tremendous gust of wind that knocks everyone to the ground. The blast is immediately followed by hail a palmspan wide, and sheets of freezing rain. All combatants immediately flee for their lives. The dwarven camp still partially stands, and they are able to find some shelter in these. The Rhom-Oc suffer greater losses because they have no such retreat.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
8th of Molten Ice. The Susilgerim wait out the storm as the Rhom-Oc flee to their home encampments. After a grueling ten days, the storm subsides. The Dwarves emerge from their camp and begin to march with all haste back to the safety of Imlith. The Rhom-Oc, after reaching their own camps in the midst of the storm, begin their pursuit of the Susilgerim once again. As the Susilgerim near the Imlith Mountains, they are overtaken by the Rhom-Oc. The last few strals of their march become a blood bath as both the goal of both side is simply survival.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
The Great Storm Furies (Molten Ice/Dasthomm 8-17)
The Susilgerim remain hunkered down in their camp for the entire duration of the storm. However, the Rhom-Oc flee across the heaths to their own encampments. As they travel, many Rhom-Oc fall of exhaustion and the cold. Ashzuck Dwarf-Ong’s fury against the Susilgerim builds with each step of his warg.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
The Chase on the Heaths (Molten Ice/Dasthomm 18-23)
The storm finally ceases and the Susilgerim emerge from their camp. Many have perished in the cold, and Akakiruhnt is suffering from fever and illness as a result of his wounds. He wills himself on, however, and the Dwarves begin a hasty march across the Heaths of Wilderon to return to their home in the Imlith Mountains. As they do this, the Rhom-Oc also emerge from their camp. Ashzuck is now completely enraged, and immediately sets out after Akakiruhnt and his Dwarves. Since the Dwarves have a large head start, it is six days before the Rhom-Oc catch them.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
The Death March (Molten Ice/Dasthomm 24-30)
The Rhom-Oc catch the Susilgerim and began to assail them. The Susilgerim again form themselves into a ring, and begin a steady retreat towards the mountains. The Rhom-Oc try many times to block their path, but Akakiruhnt breaks through their lines again and again. Ashzuck tries each time to single Akakiruhnt out, but the Orc-Slayer manages to avoid him. The Susilgerim finally reach the more forested regions at the base of the mountains. Akakiruhnt leads his men into a nearby ravine, and forms them into a line, spanning the ravine, with their backs to the mountains and their spears to the orcs.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
The Last Stand of the Susilgerim against the Rhom-Oc (Molten Ice/Dasthomm 30)
18Moon: The Susilgerim form up inside the ravine and make a last stand against their attackers. They slowly back their way farther into the ravine, closing up their line as the ravine narrows. The Rhom-Oc attack them with absolute frenzy, pushing the will of the Dwarves to their limit. Akakiruhnt sends his men to safety a couple at a time, whenever they are no longer need to hold the ever narrowing line.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
1st of Awakening Earth.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
1Sun: The Last Men Standing
As Injera rises upon a new day, only a handful of dwarves remain holding the line. Ashzuck is now reveling in the glory of his victory. Akakiruhnt holds the center of the line, and is now nearly delirious with fever. Ashzuck torments him by bearing down on the line again and again before quickly withdrawing, whittling away the Orc-Slayer’s men while never giving him the chance to strike back.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
7Sun: The Challenge of Ashzuck
Injèrá is now at its zenith, bearing down upon Akakiruhnt, who is now the only Dwarf left in the ravine. The Rhom-Oc surround him, but do not attack him. Akakiruhnt is ravaged with fever and his wounds, so that standing is a struggle. The bright sun does not help his situation. Ashzuck dismounts and strides towards the Orc-Slayer. He challenges him with many terrible insults and draws his two orcish swords. Akakiruhnt raises his axe for the last time to face his opponent.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
13Sun: The End of Akakiruhnt
Injèrá is now setting. For the entire afternoon, Ashzuck and Akakiruhnt have traded blows with each other. Akakiruhnt’s strength cannot maintain much longer, and he finally falls to his knees. Fever has all but completely taken his mind and his body. Ashzuck gloats over him for several minutes, then raising his bloodstained sword and releasing a terrifying yell of vengeance, he slashes off the head of the Orc-Slayer. And so the greatest single combat in the Susilgerim/Rhom-Oc history came to an end.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood
Aftermath (Awakening Earth/Ysaril)
Both champions come to be regarded as demigods by their respective clans. Following the end battle, Ashzuck cuts out the heart of Akakiruhnt, roasts it, and eats it as a sign of honor to the slain Dwarf leader. The following day, the Rhom-Oc ride home in triumph, the Dwarf-Ong bearing the Orc-Slayer’s head on a spear. As for the Susilgerim, the few survivors bring grave tidings to their villages. For a long time afterwards the Susilgerim remain in mourning, and Ysaril 1 becomes a day of sorrow and honor to them.
Allocations: Heaths of Blood

751 b.S.
to 740 b.S.
Curogane initiates the Helcrani High Wars
The helcran villages join forces in their struggle against the Goltherrhim and elect Curogane leader (Anactar) of their common army.

At this time a new war technique asserts between the Helcrani and the Goltherrhim. It is called "Kroikai", the "High War", and is based in a code of honour. The High Wars are defined by the historians as respectable, pre-planned battles between the Goltherrhim and Helcrani. However, the Helcrani seem to be taking the upper hand in these wars and a peace treaty in their favour seems to be not far off... During the coming years the Helcrani participate also in a series of military operations against the Sanhorrhim.

Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; Sanhorrhim Elves ("Sailing Tribe"); Sarvonia, South
751 b.S. The Stormcloak Guild expands
Stormcloak trade expands to include the Caltharian port of Carmalad, where they buy their way into another section of port. By now, the fleets have grown and eager young men from from Erpheronia join Quios. It is at this time that the name Quios Shipping Guild is first used. Also, the island chain is referred to as the Quios Islands.
Allocations: Caltharian Men; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Quios Kingdom; Sarvonia, South; Stormcloaks Guild

ca. 750 b.S. Attack and Counterattacks - The Helcrani vs. the Goltherrhim Elves
Curogane launches a surprise attack against the Goltherlon Forest. The attack is successful at the beginning and many elves are taken prisoners, among them Anastara the Beautiful. But a small elven child manages to escape and inform Envyanath, the Goltherrhim sovereign. The human army is ambushed. However they can escape thanks to Curogane who succeeds in opening a getaway path for them.

Curogane is imprisoned for his failure and his fortune is confiscated. Envyanath, encouraged by his victory, launches a counter-offensive against Helcrah. The mountaineers are unprepared for such an attack and their defenses soon start to crumble. Curogane is released from prison and recalled to service. With a few Menegulan warriors he sets out to face the mighty opponent army. They meet the elves just outside Heleroth and immediately engage them to battle. The Helcrani manage to win the battle due to Gunold, who happens to be nearby with his Centoraurian troops. After this battle Curogane takes the title of the first Helcran king and inaugurates the series of the Menegulan kings.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; Sanhorrhim Elves ("Sailing Tribe"); Sarvonia, South
The First Tehuriden Exiles in the Drifting Woods
After the mixed blood of the Ter'ei'Vikh continues to occasionally produce Lilivear-like children, the first Tehuriden are exiled from the Drifting Woods around this time. Little is known about their lives, although it can be assumed that they were hard, and mostly short without access to tools, safe homes, or the aid of family and tribe.
Allocations: Drifting Woods; Nybelmar, West; Tehuriden Ter'ei'Vikh Clan; Ter'ei'Vikh Men

749 b.S. Keep Mistrash in Erpheronian Hands
By the time of -749 Keep Mistrash is nearly completely built, so when the Erpheronians take control of the Avennorian territiories in 749 b.S., it is used as a staging point in the defence of Crazy Woman Pass and the surrounding areas.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Crazy Woman Pass; Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Mistrash, Keep; Sarvonia, South
Erpheronia takes over Avennoria
Erpheronia takes over Avennoria. This makes Serpheloria very nervous so they redouble their efforts for their allied elves, hoping to avoid the Avennorians' fate.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

744 b.S. Death of Vaillonja, the Avá'ránn
During a minor battle at the Forests of Almatrar between the dwarves of the Thrumgolz clan and the eastern woodelves, Vaillonja, the Avá'ránn, suffers unexpectedly a natural death at the age of two hundred and nintyseven years. Even the dwarves - the most bitter enemies of the elves - interpret the tragic death of Vaillonja as an evil sign and instantly leave the battlefield to let the elves mourn over her leader.
Allocations: Ahrhim Elves; Sarvonia, South; Thrumgolz Dwarves ("Pickhands Clan")
The Trade Routes to the Ferrath Islands cease to exist
As the Stratanian merchant ships find another power holding the Ferrath Islands the trade routes to the islands cease to exist. First signs of weakness show in the economic structure as several companies depended on the trade with the west.
Allocations: Ferrath Islands; Nybelmar, East; Strata, City; Stratanian Men
744 b.S.
to 720 b.S.
King Arpalann

736 b.S. Death of the Goltherrhim Rónn Envyanath
Rónn Envyanath of the Goltherrhim is felled. Most believe it to be an accident, but renegade Goltherrhim forces and the Sanhorrhim army know that Nyermag Av'aelván (the "One-Eyed"), heir to the throne, planned the death. His motive seems to be the halting of the peace treaty.
Allocations: Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; Sanhorrhim Elves ("Sailing Tribe"); Sarvonia, South
Nyermag's Treason
After the death of the elven Ac'rón Envyanath's at the Goltherlon, his heir Nyermag Av'aelván originally establishes peace with the Helcrani. But when their army is in Salsair to assist the city, which is under siege, he invades Helcrah. Curogane dies in the battle defending the Helsalari passage, but he manages to delay the elves until his son, Helronn, arrives from Salsair with reinforcements. Nyermag is caught unaware and very few of his army survive. A peace treaty is finally established between the elves and the Helcrani. Helronn becomes the Helcrani Anactar taking his father's place.
Allocations: Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; Sarvonia, South
Death of the Goltherrhim Rónn Envyanath
In the year 736 b.S. Rónn Envyanath of the Goltherhim is killed in an accident as he returns victorious from a battle against the Caltharians. On his funeral Agaran meets Curogane for the first time and appreciates his courage to come alone among his enemies just to honour a worthy opponent. After the funeral, the Ac’rónn Nyermag Avaelan agrees to a peace treaty with the human leader.
Allocations: Salsair, City
Human Army stationed in Salsair
A few months later, the human army under Helronn, Curogane’s son, is in Salsair to assist king Armandil of Centorauria in breaking the siege of his capital. The Anactar is in Sostra recovering from a wound and planning a campaign against the Vontron elves. If the Sanhorrhim are defeated, then the Helcrani could withdraw from the war for a while and try to promote a truce. Curogane's dream is to form a league of rulers against the war and then drag the others in a peace treaty. He considers Nyermag a valuable ally in this effort and hopes that what happenes with the Goltherhim could repeat with the Sanhorrhim.
Allocations: Salsair, City
Nyermag's Treason
After the death of the elven acron Envyanath's at the Goltherlon, his heir Nyermag Av'aelvan ("The One-Eyed") originally establishes peace with the Helcrani. But when their army is in Salsair to assist the city, which is under siege, he invades Helcrah. Curogane dies in the battle defending the Helsalari passage, but he manages to delay the elves until his son, Helronn, arrives from Salsair with reinforcements. Nyermag is caught unaware and very few of his army survive. A peace treaty isfinally established between the elves and the Helcrani. Helronn becomes the Helcrani king taking his father's place.
Allocations: Salsair, City

735 b.S. Caltharian and Erpheronian debacle on Twelve-Sword Island
Joined Caltharian and Erpheronian forces try to conquer the Skydom of Qel'tra'loh and suffer horrible losses at what would later become Twelve-Sword Island ("Waesh'car'scál"). No less than twelve human heroes of legendary fame perish in the many magical traps that protect the island.
Allocations: Qel'tra'loh, Skydom; Sarvonia, South

732 b.S. Preparation for the Siege of Helesari
The Goltherrhim Rónn Nyermag in secret plans the siege of Helesari, with the help of the Sanhorrhim.
Allocations: Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; Sanhorrhim Elves ("Sailing Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

731 b.S. The Battle of Helsalari Passage
32 Helcrani warriors hold off the incoming Sanhorrhim force for 9 hours. 377 elves die before the Sanhorrhim push through, losing some of their strongest warriors: Gylmelor the Brave, Mohnyer the Blonde, Pardaphar the Kind and Inbarel the Noble.
Allocations: Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; Sanhorrhim Elves ("Sailing Tribe"); Sarvonia, South
The Helsalari Siege
The siege of Helesari turns out to be a great defeat to the Goltherrhim elves. The Goltherrhim leader Nyermag perishes in the retreat when the town's army returns from a war without warning. The new Rónn Noronnoh is forced to surrender to the Helcrani.
Allocations: Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; Milkengrad, City; Sanhorrhim Elves ("Sailing Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

730 b.S. A Plague strikes Helcrah
A plague strikes Helcrah and Goltherlon and most of the humans, many dwarves and even elves follow Helronn and seek refuge in Centorauria. The Centoraurian king Arpalann gives the Helcrani permission to settle at the north of his kingdom as long as they swear allegiance to him and live as his vassals.

As the Helcrani reach the coast, the Brownies release their magic, revealing the trees and the refugees are guided by the light to its source. There they find the Artapherana and the Brownies, whom they name Milken ("small ones").
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; League, the Elven; Milken Brownies; Milkengrad, City; Sarvonia, South
Founding of Milkengrad, the "City of Wonders"
Milkengrad is founded in Efirhal Island ("Firehill") around the hill with the same name. The name of the city derives from the Milken Brownies, who guide the Helcrani following instructions of the elven League - "Milkengrad" translates literally to "City of the Small Ones" according to the Brownies, while the humans claim that it actually means "City of Wonders". At any rate, from now on the Helcrani will share their history with the Brownies.

On top of the Efirhal lie the Artapherana, unique trees that symbolize the four elements, around which the Curonesta (the palace) is built. The Helcrani are organized in 7 fractions, called fratrae. Five of them are human and named after the villages and one for the elves (Styran) and the Dwarves (Nerterian). Milkengrad is also known by the Helcrani as "The City" in contrast with the settlements of Helcrah which are referred to as "The Villages".

Soon the city flourishes under enlightened guidance. Many monuments are built, the most famous among them the Temple of Avá, the only human temple ever dedicated to Avá the Beautiful. During the next decades an important merchant fleet is developed triggering tension with Erpheronia. Erpheronian attempts to conquer Centorauria are unsuccessful and the Helcrani are distinguished as the main Centoraurian strike force.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; League, the Elven; Milken Brownies; Milkengrad, City; Sarvonia, South
Founding of Port Sparrowclaw
Daelem Earthtreader leads migrants from the growing outskirts of Accam out into the Peninsula of Paragonj. Much of the landmass is yet uninhabited, with good soil. The people desire a place to till and live peacefully, a rarity among Erpheronians who are naturally war-like, given their affinity to Armeros. Daelem, a traveller from Voldar who has come to explore the northern territories, leads the migrants of Accam in search of a new land. Trailing the coast, they come upon a natural basin, with rich earth and a sandy coastline. It was already inhabited, however, by a peculiar family of ascetic hermits. They are unduly aggressive, and are promptly displaced by the settlers.
Allocations: Sparrowclaw, Port

729 b.S. The Pact for the Deciding of the Blood
Many centuries after the first battle due to the dispute about the Blood of Maengolth all three races predominating the Sarvonian continent, humans, elves and dwarves alike have suffered heavy losses and the peoples long for peace once again. As a result the leaders of the two main opposing forces, the elven Avá'ránn, Eleannja, and the human sovereign of the Erpheronian tribe, Korpicor of Voldar, meet without the knowlege of their people at a secret place near the Rimmerins-Ring to decide upon the case. Both leaders cannot afford further battles and both sides don't want to give in and render the casualities of war unimportant and meaningless.

Finally a decision is made, which lasts five days until both sides accept the proposal: The cause shall be decided by a direct duel to the death between the leader of the races, Eleannja and Korpicor, magic against pure strength. The defeated wwill have to give most of the lands possessed to the victorious. Of course it is believed among the peoples that the Deciding of the Blood will not be a decision of mortals but would be influenced by the will of the gods. Although the outcome of the duel is expected to be disastrous for one side, elves and humans look forward to the end of the long war.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South; Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")
The Deciding of the Blood
1st of Sleeping Dreameress. At the first day at the Month of the Dreameress of the year 729 b.S. the duel of the Deciding of the Blood takes place at the large valley in the center of the Rimmerins Ring. The elven Avá'ránn Eleannja and the Erpheronian Warlord Korpicor of Voldar shall decide the war. Many armies from all elven, human and dwarven tribes gather to watch the final decision. As the duel starts dark clouds draw upon the Rimmerins Ring and heavy rains begin to fall, resulting in a terrible thunderstorm.

The duel is still undecided as a lightning strikes both leaders, killing the Avá'ránn and Korpicor at the same time. There is great uproar among the watching armies, but the arising uncertainty is quickly substituted by the knowledge that the decision on the war was indeed executed by the will of the gods. The successors to the dead leaders decide to end the war immediately without finding out about the victor. Peace reigns again at the Sarvonian continent.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South
The Interring of the Leaders
As a sign of accepting the fate of the undecided war and as an expression of the hope of the races that such a devastating war should never arise again at the Sarvonian continent, Eleannja's and Korpicor's bodies are interred together on a small isle at the Aetryam Sea, west of the Gulf of Maraya. A monastry is erected at the isle, devoted to Seyella, the Goddess of Fate, which harbours monks belonging to all races. From this time on the isle is called the Isle of Hope.
Allocations: Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Sarvonia, South
Keep Mistrash handed back to the Avennorians
In 729 b.S., when the Erpheronians return the kingdom to the Avennorians (albeit as a satellite kingdom of the Erpheronian kingdom), it is an obvious place to base a Graven to continue to watch over the surrounding lands.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Mistrash, Keep; Sarvonia, South
Hebard Tribald Markgraven of the Mithral Marshes
The Erpheronian administrators choose Hebard Tribald to take the title of Graven Mistrash. Hebard is said to have been a reserved but highly capable Avennorian man who has lead Avennorian troops in support of the Erpheronians' efforts in the south. Hebard is present at the Deciding of the Blood, that contest between the elves and the humans which ends the first Sarvonian War.

It is said that Hebard sees Seyella’s hand that day, and that the sight makes him weary of the futility of war. The Gravenship is supposed to be in part granted to him because of this weariness; he no longer has any wish to serve actively with an army but the appointment to Graven will keep him busy, using his talents. It will also give him time to spend with his wife whom he loves, but who is sickly. Hebard finishes the construction of the Keep over the remainder of his lifetime.

The Tribald family has ruled there ever since and is generally known as the Gravens Mistrash; their actual last name is not well known. Their status as part of a satellite kingdom to the Erpheronian kingdom in the first decades of their rule hardly affects the Mistrashes, as the family has a good relationship with, and feels loyal to the Erpheronians, so happily pay their duty to their overlords.
Allocations: Avennorian Men ("Arrived People"); Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Mistrash, Keep; Sarvonia, South
The Consequences of the Deciding of the Blood
The Serphelorians are relieved, and most people who can go to watch the contest. Peace is won for all sides. Contact with elves diminishes as both races concentrate on re-establishing themselves after their awful losses in the war.
Allocations: Serphelorian Humans ("Wardens"); Sophronian Men ("Misfit Tribe")

725 b.S. Naming and Singing
As the buildings begin to grow and foundations are laid, they decide upon a name. The designated "Sparrowclaw" derives from the congregation of sparrows that flock to the builders every noontime to peck at morsels thrown out by bemused workers. The flutter of wings soon comes to define each day for the early settlers, who toil endlessly to construct new homes for their families, or raise earthworks for the harbour to be installed.
Allocations: Sparrowclaw, Port

720 b.S.
to 700 b.S.
King Heletrius

719 b.S. Growth
-As the reparations of the First Sarvonian War dwindle down, many in mainland Voldar and Accam are looking towards growing local trade. Potential traders flock to trade hubs across the province, including Sparrowclaw, boosting its growth exponentially.
Allocations: Sparrowclaw, Port

713 b.S.
to 636 b.S.
The Shadow War with the Black Pearl
A Templar of the Black Pearl
A Black Pearl Templar
In the streets and sewers of Strata a terrible war is fought between the Seven of Thalambath and the Templars of the Black Pearl. It bears the name the "Shadow War" because the war isn't faught openly, only in the dark hours of night, the shadows of the Vagabond's Hideout and the sewers. Murders and small skirmishes are daily events and the city is in chaos for many years. The war results most likely in the end of the Templars and the leaving of the Seven to their hometown, although both facts were never confirmed.
Allocations: Black Pearl Templars; Sarvonia, South; Strata, City; Stratanian Men

711 b.S. Improved Infrastructure
A new and extended harbour is built to withstand the increased capacity and larger ships docking from merchants from the southern provinces. A warehouse district grows to accommodate the increase in trade.
Allocations: Sparrowclaw, Port

706 b.S. The Flight of the Goltherrhim
The dwindling Goltherrhim leave their tainted forest, moving to either Milkengrad or the Vontron.
Allocations: Goltherrhim Elves; Helcrani Men; Milkengrad, City; Sarvonia, South; Vontron Forest

701 b.S. The Third Great Flood in the Zeiphyr
Fallen Leaf. In Fallen Leaf of 701 b.S. a week of almost continuous rain during the ninth month of the year, along with a channelisation and damming of the Aieryn River upstream close to Vezash (designed to provide irrigation of the fertile farmland) causes the Aieryn to flood. The worst affected area is around Yln'faín'tír (the city was built in the middle of a natural lake), where the lake acts like a bottleneck. The disturbance of the lake's normally very calm waters causes considerable ecological disturbance and for two years the fish stocks on which many of the Ylfferhim depend upon are severly depleted causing famine in the western area of the forest.

The death of the fish also attracts mercarto flies, which normally live much further south. The flies live on the blood of livestock and harbour a virus. They infect the Ylfferhim's small herd of sheep and cattle and many wild deer. While harmless to their four legged hosts, when the elves consume the meat of the game or livestock they contract a deadly disorder the elves call Mór'cárlth. Sporadic outburst continue until about 628 b.S.
Allocations: Sarvonia, South; Ylfferhim Elves
Famine in the Auturian Woods
Shortly after the Third Great Flood a famine breaks out, destroying the fish supplies and deseasing the livestock with killing viruses. The Tethinrhim suffer heavy losses at this time of history.
Allocations: Auturian Woods; Sarvonia, South; Tethinrhim Elves ("Youth Tribe")

ca. 700 b.S. First Tensions Erpheronia vs. Centorauria
The Centoraurians develop an important merchant fleet triggering tensions with Erpheronia. Erpheronian attempts to conquer Centorauria are unsuccessful and the Helcrani are distinguished as the main Centoraurian strike force.
Allocations: Centoraurian Men ("Aurora Plain Tribe"); Erpheronian Men ("Proudmen"); Helcrani Men; Sarvonia, South; Sparrowclaw, Port
The Ter'ei'Vikh in the Drifting Woods
The Krean exiles no longer exist as a separate group in the Drifting Woods, instead the Ter'ei'Vikh have come into existence. The pure Vikhari and Krean bloodlines are gone forever.
Allocations: Drifting Woods; Krean Men; Nybelmar, West; Ter'ei'Vikh Men; Vikhari Men
700 b.S.
to 687 b.S.
King Raleucir

697 b.S. Tan'Nyemer become Guards of the Sanhorrhim Rónn
Rónn Hemhusthane of the Sanhorrhim commands the Tan'Nyemer warriors to stand down or be disbanded. They ask to become the guard of the Rónn and the Vontron, as long as they may still practice their "Great War" ways.
Allocations: Sanhorrhim Elves ("Sailing Tribe"); Sarvonia, South

687 b.S.
to 680 b.S.