Calendar
Timeline of Events
Reigns of Fatarim Kings
Reigns of Azalim Emperors

The Age of Men was heralded by the death of the Ninth Everqueen in 894 AL (Age of Light) and the emptying of Fil-Garil. The current date is 1191 according to the Fatarim calendar, reckoned in years since the foundation of Fanal-Tîrun (lit. "End of Tyranny") by Alirajan.

The Empire of Azalan reckons time by a different calendar, counting years since the recent destruction of Inzur-Oerid, the Divine Node of Furis, by the Emperor Toum. This heralded the first year of the Age of Order, equivalent to year 1013 of the Fatarim calendar. The current date is 178 AO by the Imperial calendar, though a new calendar will begin on the first of Newkolt, marking the beginning of 1 AC.

Calendar

One solar year in the Edion setting is equal to 363 days. The calendars of Sol-Fatara and Azalan both divide the solar year into 4 seasons and 12 months, as follows:

Spring: Newkolt, Yurthgreen, Fleurgreen
Summer: Manthus, Soldai, Paleswelt
Autumn: Gildember, Windsonne, Palast
Winter: Luindui, Sirrimont, Deepkolt

The New Year begins with the first day of Newkolt and the commencement of the planting season. There are thirty days in each month, except for the month of Soldai, which has thirty-three days to commemorate the Wars of Martyrdomain, when Elai prevented the sun from setting for a like period of time. The Imperial calendar recognizes the same schedule.

The elves of Fil-Garil reckoned time differently from Men, and their history was divided into reigns, not centuries. Each Everqueen’s reign was regarded as a separate historical epoch. In Elven records, the reign of the Everqueen was listed first, followed by the year, then the day. Thus “III, 114, 90” referred to the ninetieth day of the one hundred and fourteenth year of the reign of Nematranée, the third Everqueen. The Reign of Queens ended in IX, 1038 (894 A.L.), when the Everqueen Sebrilia perished during the Heretic War in Sol-Fatara. The exile of the elves began thereafter and caledars were no longer kept.

The dwarves of Soulearth measured time according to the foundation of their strongholds. The present year in Karak-Anar was 8,420 DW (Dwarfhold) at the time of its collapse, equivalent to -7526 A.L. of the Fatarim calendar. Karak-Anar was the last surviving dwarfhold with an intact calendar.

Timeline of Events

Year Event
 Age of Darkness
-87 ALFoundation of Shevarash by Shevar of Megara.
-84 ALCompletion of Shevar's Wall.
-51 ALCompletion of the great Temple of Kanmesh, Beloved of Virtus. A long peace between the Shevarashim and Mulcibim ensues.
-7 ALThe elder god E'li appears to the Fatarim patriarch Alirajan atop Mt. Farastu, and bestows upon him the fabled Sword of E'li. Alirajan begins a campaign against the Barathrim. He captures and razes Barathandurum after seven years of exhausting war.
 Age of Light
1 ALCoronation of King Alirajan by the siva Naneshar at Fanal-Tîrun. Commencement of the "Age of Light," the date by which this calendar is reckoned. For a few years Alirajan leads a life of great happiness and enjoyment in his new capital, and his whole time is passed in adorning it with handsome buildings, fine sculptures, and large gardens filled with trees and plants of every kind.
3 ALLord Percer, heir to Shevar, is recognized the First Viceroy of Shevarash under King Alirajan. Percer orders the first expansion of Shevar's Wall.
6 ALAlirajan reveals his plans for conquest. The Wars of Martyrdomain ensue. Alirajan's second son Calehar is deployed north to war with the Erroim. Alirajan himself marches with his first son Girbazar into the Kubi-Algi to war with the Mulcibim. The King makes no claim on Fil-Garil (Land of the Elves, whom Alirajan fears).
7 ALThe Percern Wall is completed with the assistance of Mulcibim laborers.
8 ALViceroy Percer refuses to expel the Mulcibim from Shevarash, disobeying Alirajan's command. He is briefly deposed by Angon of the Irz family, but is quickly reinstated by the rebellious Shevarashim. That same year, Percer repels Alirajan's army, led by general Ascieron, after a siege lasting 127 days. To the present day, no invading army has ever taken the Percern Wall. Embattled Mulcibim flock to Shevarash.
 The Godswar (19-47 AL)
19 ALTraditional start of the Godswar. Alirajan's expansionism brings the Fatarim into direct conflict with the Necromancer Kings. Meanwhile, the embattled Erroim unite under Lashna Geng to repel Calehar. Shevarash becomes an island amid a growing sea of conflict, but is rarely drawn into battle, in no small part because the Mulcibim now defend the city in great numbers.
21 ALKing Aulmpiter unites Argentaamn under one banner, dominating the rival kings Aspes and Amalzain using the Iron Scepter (Node of Carceri). Vast slave legions of Abishaim bolstered by undead pooled from Carceri now amass to confront Alirajan.
22 ALCalehar is repelled by Lashna-Geng. The Prince retreats to Gamrabazân, where he is bolstered by the Fatarim general Ybolden. In the Kubi-Algi, epic war rages between Alirajan and the Necromancer Kings.
25 ALFirst appearance of the gnolls, bred by King Aulmpiter to serve as elite desert warriors.
27 ALThe Azalim become embroiled on multiple fronts, with the Idreshim in the Dalgeland, and in multiple contests with uprising Hezroim. Pandesmonic demons sow destruction across Azalan. Across the Empire, great heroes are called to service. Hundreds of campaigns are recorded in the epics of Azalan.
28 ALGirbazar establishes Sundbarr Keep in the Kubi-Algi. Alirajan campaigns in the Dun Hills, pushing the Abishaim south into Argentaamn.
29 ALThe human Abnoctim are expelled from Fil-Garil, charged by the elves with ending the Godswar. Until the end of the war in 47 AL, they seek to counsel the warring leaders and reach an armistice. In most cases, their efforts inadvertently fuel more bloodshed. This year also corresponds with year 1 Aetas Judica of the Azalim calendar. Emperor Octave I wields the Hammer of Decretal in battle against the Dalgelanders.
30 ALGirbazar establishes Fardrimm Keep. The Prince has earned infamy for blinding his captives, taking an eye as punishment for challenging the authority of E'li, and another for challenging his father Alirajan. Many blinded Mulcibim seek shelter in Shevarash.
31 ALLashna-Geng leads a muster of 20,000 mounted archers and 1,000 elite windriders into the prairie country of northern Sol-Fatara.
32 ALBattle of Ten Feathers. The Erroim are put to rout by the combined forces of Calehar and Ybolden. Ybolden pursues the Erroim into the steppe, committing many atrocities. Calehar returns to Tîrun victorious, only to learn that the whole world is now seized in the gripping awe of holy war. Demons, devils, angels, the dead, all fight side by side with mortal soldiers. The divine nodes have been reshaped by the elder gods into potent weapons, open gates to the divine realms that spill forth legions. As the flames of war spread and E'li's wrath becomes more unquenchable, Calehar abandons the war and goes to the Atân monastery to beg E'li for mercy.
33 ALAlirajan crosses the River Galay. Girbazar establishes Gauntlkeep. Girbazar completes his conquest of the Mulcibim, and is named warden of the Kubi-Algi.
34 ALSack of Nemera.
35 AL Led by the demon Xanqes, the Hezroim sink the coastal Azalim fortress of Duin, home of the hero Agollos. Agollos seeks vengeance.
37 AL Receiving material aid from the Palatumi spirit Patrius, Agollos swims down to the sunken kingdom of Oolan and subjugates the Hezroim. It is said Agollos chains the Hezroim to the ocean floor using the magic Chain of Patrius. Agollos slays the demon Xanques, whose blood rises to create the islands of Carme, Secale and Pathenes. Apart from a few remnant conflicts over the next decade, the Hezroim are never heard from again.
41 ALSack of Viscachün. Alirajan and Girbazar pursue the three Necromancer Kings to Saman Sur. Argentammn is utterly devastated by unthinkable barbarism and war.
44 ALEmperor Octave I is driven out of the Dalgeland by the Crow Father. The Idreshim will occupy the Dalgeland for nearly a thousand years.
45 ALThe Abnoctim wizard The Abnoctim arbitrate a lopsided settlement between King Alirajan and King Aulmpiter. In acknowledgment of subjugation, the Necromancer Kings are allowed to rebuild their cities, but each becomes a tributary and nominal dependency of Sol-Fatara. For the next century, conditions in Argentaamn worsen, as the Necromancer Kings extort the Abishaim and resort to horrendous means of indenture to meet Alirajan's demands. The long enslavement of the Abishaim commences. All that is left to the desert tribe is their merciless god Nilzabar, who wants only their death.
47 ALTraditional end of the Godswar. The elder god E'li, persuaded by Prince Calehar at Atân, recalls his sivae to Solaris. Calehar's role in ending the Godswar is greatly praised in Fatarim song and theater, and stands as a testament to the early relationship between mortal and elder.
 The Early Monarchy
49 AL Alirajan returns to Fanal-Tîrun. The capital of Sol-Fatara enjoys a period of unprecedented wealth. Alirajan is welcomed home as conquering hero and founding father of the realm. The King shelters the Abnoctim and permits them to worship their moon goddess Esus as "Daughter of E'li." Nobility in Sol-Fatara is established by familial ties to Alirajan, passed on through the daughter. The monarch is the direct male descendant of Alirajan himself, and enjoys secular and religious authority, and the favor of the aristocratic military class, until the reigh of King Shivaji.
52 ALThe Godswar hero Esztergom settles in the small town of Pannonhalma, outside Shevarash, where he preaches until his death in 81 AL.
59 AL Alirajan dies in Fanal-Tîrun. Girbazar becomes second King of Sol-Fatara, taking the presumptuous name "The Guided One."
101 ALGirbazar dies while hunting and is succeeded by his oldest son, Phannadân, a patron of the arts and sciences. Under Phannadân, Sol-Fatara blossoms into a thriving commercial realm. Phannadân builds canals, temples, hostelries, and monasteries in Sol-Fatara and Kubi-Algi, all dedicated to E'li, and funds the construction of many roads, mainly using taxes on Argentaamn.
150 ALThe Collegium Magica is established in Fanal-Tîrun as an academy for wizards and repository of human lore. Under King Phannadân, the Abnoctim are greatly respected as scholars, advisors and keepers of the peace.
169 ALShevarash is reincorporated into Sol-Fatara under the fourth Fatarim King, Igas I, who recognizes the legitimacy of the Line of Shevar and reinstates the viceroy, then Viceroy Adem.
181 ALBled dry and scoured of resources, Argentaamn refuses its annual tribute to the Fatarim crown. The fifth Fatarim King Mirastaz marches on Viscachün but is repelled by Aulmpiter's undead legions. The rebellion led by Aulmpiter prevents the collection of further taxes in this region and severs all loyalties between the two tribes. Sol-Fatara will occupy Kubi-Algi from time to time for the next eighty years, but Fatarim power in the South will never regain the influence it had under Alirajan. The affairs of Argentaamn become obscure as the Necromancer Kings (now undead monsters) go backwards as light and wisdom fades.
 Periods of Darkening and Inquisition
266 ALFirst Darkening. Exiled Barathrim Ophiste Cyrthom Daromon is exposed in Khiliji and executed for heresy. He shares the "secret" of the Ark of Eldest Night with Fatarim onlookers, precipitating the first Darkening. Thousands are massacred before the rakshasa armies can be driven off by Prince Shivaji, who is pronounced King in 269 AL.
299 ALInquisition of E'li founded in Sol-Fatara by King Shivaji, who proclaims himself first Lord Inquisitor. A religious order commissioned to expurgate heretics and infidels, the Inquisition is intended to safeguard against future Barathrim uprisings. Cleansing of Barathrim cells begins in earnest.
322 ALUnder King Adân, regulation of economic activity falls to the Lord Inquisitor (then Seprecius Angio, who succeeded Shivaji). The inquisition regulates prices and wages to benefit the cult; imports from provinces and foreign countries are encouraged, but exports are strictly limited.
331 ALUnder Seprecius Angio, ecclesiastical laws makes it easier for wealthy landowners to purchase small farms in Sol-Fatara, and a feudal aristrocracy soon emerges. In this feudal system the landlords and tax farmers develop their own administrations parallel to the state, while most people bear increased burdens. Meanwhile the wealthy aristocrats and the ecclesiastical estates are given more privileges exempting them from taxation.
378 ALUnder the third Lord Inquisitor, Crudius Gravedius Oppinis, regional viceroys loyal to the Inquisition are put in power, leading to a reduction in local militias. The King's military authority (guaranteed to him by Alirajan) is essentially rescinded, as he no longer commands a sizeable army. The kingdom reverts to a practice of hiring mercenaries—including ogres procured from the hill giant King Snigeus—to supplement their armies during wartime. (A few ogre communities are still scattered throughout Sol-Fatara, with the township of Horndale being the largest.) Even Shevarash is not immune, and the Viceroyalty falls once again to the loyal Irz family.
383 ALIkarubes Irz, Viceroy of Shevarash under the Inquisition, disbands the Shevarash Militia, defrauding thousands of career soldiers out of promised lands and pensions. For the first time in Shevarash's long history, a true poverty class emerges.
385 ALThe Inquisition founds and maintains its own army and spy network, the Paladinhood of E'li, which it deploys in every city.
411 ALThe Paladinhood completes the formidable Blacherna Palace north of Shevarash. A fearful structure, it stands today as an imposing reminder of the Inquisition's legacy in Sol-Fatara.
451 AL Second Darkening. The inquisitor Teideius Quiratis unwittingly unleashes the Second Darkening in Khiliji. The Temple of E'li is razed by rakshasae, Quiratis is slain, and soon the entire city of Khiliji is savaged and eaten. This precipitates the long history of follies leading up to the Curse of Belkuzagan.
452 AL The Fatarim paladin Legil Garion enslaves the efreet Belkuzagan and compels it to grant three wishes, the first being to revive the dead hero Shivaji to quell the Khiliji rakshasae. Belkuzagan perverts the wish, returning Shivaji as an undead monster. Shivaji's host passes through Shevarash on its way to Khiliji, and it's here that Shivaji and Legil Garion are united. For one night (9 Paleswelt), the paladins bivouac Shivaji's army at Blacherna Palace and the undead general even receives adoring visitors (including the Viceroy) from Shevarash, who laden him with gifts. Shivaji later turns on the Fatarim after razing Khiliji, commencing the Wars of Betrayal. These end in the sack of Sarnath (present day Thalpione), and Marathas (Tushirta), and the destruction of El'i's temples in both cities. 9 Paleswelt remains a kind of holiday in Shevarash, a day to remember the dead and honor fallen heroes, whose tombs are lavished with gifts.
454 AL Shivaji and Garion are driven back to the Dune Sea and reinterred at Isola-Sacra. Khiliji is lost. The inquisitors divert the River Tharch to cleanse the sacrilege (its ruin lay west of Isr along the river).
461 AL King Igas II attempts to regain power from the Inquisition following this havoc, calling for a revitalized military.
470 AL Foundation of the Fraternal Society of the Knights of the Lance Unbroken, a military and charitable order charged by King Igas II with "upholding the Laws of Alirajan through the promptings of E'li whence all good comes."
491 AL Igas II leads a rebellion against the Inquisiton. To counter feudal tendencies in the viceroyalty, Igas II recentralizes the bureaucracy and makes the grain trade a state monopoly. The King controls the rebellion annually by grain tributes to the viceroys and alliance promises.
497 AL Broelm's Betrayal. The King's initial victories are canceled by a disastrous defeat at the Battle of Patricians in Shevarash, where the King is captured during a military council with Viceroy Broelm. Broelm is one of the great traitors in Fatarim legend. A man instated by Igas II to unseat the Irz claim to Shevarash, Broelm was (prior to treachery) an ardent supporter of the King's rebellion. With the insurrection quelled, Igas II is deposed and executed outside the Percern Wall for heresy. Ironically, Broelm is also executed for his war crimes against the Inquisition, despite what they promised him, and he is said to have been denied access to Solaris and even Carceri for his betrayal. (The tale of Igas and Broelm has been popularized in a famous Shevarashim opera.) The Knights of the Lance Unbroken rebel, focing the Inquisition (and their paladins) from the city. For a time, the Grand Master of the Order commands Shevarash until a viceroy can be appointed. The Knights begin a long occupation of Blacherna Palace.
498 AL Reign of the Inquisitor Vassals. King Legia, a simulacrum, is installed by the Inquisition. Twelve more vassals will follow, culminating with King Ebochar II who precedes the Line of Seviamos. It is believed the real Prince Legia was murdered by the Inquisition during his father's rebellion.
503 AL Election of Viceroy Marchan. The Inquisitors fail to reinstate the unpopular Irz rulership in Shevarash, and divert another war with the Shevarashim (and Knights of the Lance) by permitting them to nominate a Fatarim Viceroy who is confirmed by the vassal Legia. Viceroy Marchan becomes the first elected viceroy of Shevarash, chosen by an assembly of Fatarim patricians and Mulcibim elders. For all practical purposes, Shevarash becomes an independent city-state loyal to Sol-Fatara.
516 AL The Patrician Wall is completed at Shevarash, greatly expanding the area enclosed by the old Percern Wall. Shevarash quickly outgrows the Patrician Wall as Mulcibim trade thrives.
537 AL The Inquisition banishes the Cult of Esus from Sol-Fatara, and a long persecution of the Abnoctim wizards ensues.
620 AL Start of the Elemental Wars. The Sultan of the Efreet wages war on Aenor, seeking retribution for the capture of Belkuzagan. Titanic legions of brass dreadnoughts and efreet descend upon Aenor.
629 AL Shevarash repels two efreet armies. The Patrician Wall is breached, but the Percern Wall maintains. Many stories survive of the heroism of the Shevarashim. The hulks of several efreet dreadnoughts remain as monuments in the present district of Aquium.
632 AL Led by the elven Stormbringer Galorfithien, a host of men and elves rout the last of the efreet army at the Sea of Hulks in Argentaamn. The elves sever all ties with Sol-Fatara.
652 AL Completion of the Thirlspan Bridge by the architect Er'on, connecting Shevarash to the Shulay trade route.
657 AL Completion of the Great Gatian Walls of Shevarash, commissioned in the wake of the Elemental Wars using an endowment, and labor, provided by the Mulcibim Elders. This makes the city one of the largest and best defended metropolises in Sol-Fatara, rivaling Fanal-Tîrun. Four great neighborhoods are defined by the walls, the poor Malosium, the cosmopolitan Egiatium, the commercial Ibentium, and the inner aristocratic Aquium (the area enclosed by the older Patrician Wall). Each neighborhood becomes a city unto itself.
893 ALThird Darkening. Vassal King Ebochar II orders the retrieval of the amphora containing Belkuzagan, and sends the paladin Otra Olgara and a compliment of heroes into the Dune Sea with the Sword of E'li, bringing about the Third Darkening. The Inquisition is later defeated and expelled from Fanal-Tîrun. Seviamos, a half-celestial descendant of the angel Naneshar, is coronated 33rd King of Sol-Fatara.
 Age of Men
894 ALEverqueen Sebrilia is a casualty of the Heretic War in Sol-Fatara, ending the reign of elven queens (IX, 1038). The elven exile begins. The Curse of Belkuzagan is lifted soon thereafter. The wizardly Abnoctim are welcomed back to Fil-Garil, taking residence in the vacant Tower of Llómydien.
899 ALAgents of the dragon Alcimer appear in Fil-Garil and confront the Abnoctim Archon Talqavist and Lord Khraelyn. Her treasure, long hidden by Praxis in the tower, is returned in good faith. Khraelyn's sword is stayed by Calin Stormblade, who urges restraint in dealing with the great wyrm. Alcimer demands further resitution from the people of Sol-Fatara, and Seviamos agrees to an annual stipend of 50,000 gold coins, in recognition of the dragon's role in defeating Belkuzagan. Each year, the money is delivered by the paladins of E'li to a sacrificial platform beneath Alcimer's lair.
905 AL The Abbot Ilvatot, an Azalim prophet aided by the rakshasa Euvaros, deploys in secrecy a cadre of adventurers to recover the Ark of Eldest Night (Divine Node of Pernoctare) from the Barathrim vaults beneath Fanal-Tîrun. The mysterious adventurer Threr Rolvir takes possession of the Ark. Threr resides in Shevarash to the present day, a devoted Cáladain.
927 ALThe gnomes seal Granitehome and redeem the miracle of E'li, promised to them by King Seviamos. Reading from the Liber pontificalis, Seviamos grants the gnomes special passage to the Life Node of Vela-Anduin, where they dwell in idyllic peace.
959 ALSeviamos weds the Azalim priestess Telliope. A union is forged between the nations of Sol-Fatara and Azalan. A new age of peace ensues. Telliope gives Seviamos a son the following year, the prince Halos.
961 ALKhraelyn and Glaranya depart the Tower of Llómydien for the shores of Istalion.
984 ALQueen Telliope dies of age.
1008 ALSeviamos passes the kingship of Sol-Fatara to his son Halos. The old king leaves Sol-Fatara the same year to pursue a life of contemplation at the Atân monastery. He remains an advisor and supporter of Halos, and a patriot.
1013 ALThe Emperor Toum of Azalan defeats the Crow Father in personal combat, reclaiming the Dalgeland from the Idreshim and pushing the Idreshim back into the Moelt Plain. Chaos is banished from the world, and the Empire of Azalan mounts a military and political conquest against the nations of Edion. The Imperial Age of Order (AO) begins.
1177 ALFormal surrender of the administration of Sol-Fatara by King Paidon to the Governor Ovand Nas of Azalan. Paidon is slain by patriots in a revolt against imperial rule and the line of kings is broken. Ovand Nas disbands the Knights of the Lance Unbroken and destroys their temples. It is illegal to be affiliated with this organization. The Sword of E'li is taken to Azalan. A period of political turmoil ensues in Shevarash. Nas appoints there an Azalim governor (Ellitan Jenérijan), deposing the traditionally elected Viceroy Hilbauto Tarsant. The knights are banished from Blacherna Palace, which is emptied and sealed for a time, then staffed by a small Imperial garrison responsible for patrolling the area.
1179 ALA resistance develops in Shevarash, operating at first by sowing discontent with Jenérijan among the Patricians. It fails to provoke an all-out uprising, however, until the Purge of Shevarash. Temples of E'li within Shevarash, including the prominent Civita Castellana, become refugia for persecuted knights and other "criminals."
1191 ALPurge of Shevarash. Governor Jenérijan institutes a "Dawn Tax" on the temples of E'li. Riots break out, prompting the Lord Governor Nas to send a military contingent to Shevarash. Rebel leadership under Joff Tenn elects to withdraw the resistance. Operative Neren the Fey (an Abnoctim sympathizer) and his coterie Syra's Song are charged with collapsing the mighty Thirlspan Bridge, in order to buy time for an organized withdrawal from the city. But the demolition is mistimed and results in catastrophic casualties to the Imperial forces. The Knights of the Lance Unbroken are provoked to slaughter many of the Azalim survivors, kindling the infamous Purge of Shevarash, where most of the Azalim administrators are slain or driven from the city. The Knights are able to quickly train and re-arm the deposed Shevarash militia at Blacherna Palace. This violent assertion of independence is short-lived, however, as Shevarash is the first great city to join the Cáladain coalition.
1191 AL Quest to destroy the Shards of Thariom. Refer to the table below for a detailed recounting of events.

Detailed Timeline for the year 1191 A.L.

Date Event
1 Manthus The Abnoctim Archon Talqavist forms the Fellowship of Atân at the monastery of the same name. These heroes depart for Granitehome on a quest to retrieve the fabled Bottled City of Yoros from the tomb of the gnome Ffluedder Fflamtalligon. Seviamos goes to Karak-Anar to convene with the dwarves.
18 Manthus The Fellowship arrives in Granitehome and recovers the Bottled City. The first encounter with the Travesty Thameera occurs on this day.
22 Manthus First encounter between the Fellowship and Moxirth the Mad, in the streets of Galantir.
3 Soldai The Fellowship arrives at the Collegium Magica in Fanal-Tîrun, then uses a teleportation circle to journey instantly to Fil-Garil, where the wizards have amassed to defend the Tower of Llómydien.
6 Soldai The Tower of Llómydien is destroyed by orc armies and the Node of Death. Thameera and a band of infiltrating Githyanki are encountered during the fateful battle. Afterward, the Abnoctim flee to the Forest of Aardavan.
8 Soldai First Council of the Cáladain convenes in Shevarash. The Fellowship heads south into Argentaamn with the Bottled City.
21 Soldai The Fellows arrive in Arvitr, where they join with Abishaim doghas and march on the undead city of Viscachün.
27 Soldai Viscachün falls. The Iron Scepter (Node of Carceri) and Pelimë (the Farseer Stone) are recovered by the Fellowship and given to the wizard Dasari, who returns the objects to Shevarash.
23 Paleswelt The Fellows arrive in the forgotten elf city of Arithras. The high elf Valandil forms a relationship with the wood elf Gwaengail. The company addresses the manifestation of Grandal before departing south to the Straights of the World.
1 Gildember The Beaked Dragon, Lóliévar, departs Warmwater Bay with the Fellowship as passengers, destined for Mount Istalion.
11 Windsonne Lóliévar arrives in Sapphire Bay, and the fellows go aground. Somewhile in the course of their journey, they encounter the Archeytpe Azandoraft, who leads them to the Mansions of Aldoril. Here they recruit the high elves, many of whom agree (under the leadership of their erstwhile princess Padrielindë) to return to Edion to help overthrow the orcs. The fellows ascend the Mountain along the Path of Remembrance. Nimlinor encounters Moxirth in a vision, and learns of the "Grandal Device," a machine he will later invent that produces elves. The Fellowhsip splits. Some sail with Valandil to the ruined world of Thariom, others return to Edion with the elves.
18 Lindui Culmination of the disastrous Battle of Four Tribes, near Shevarash. Cáladain forces are victorious in defeating the orc vanguard, but the price in casualties is brutally high. For nearly two months, remnant battles continue in the area. Nahla Numidia Zamirat and Sar-in don't begin their return West toward Shevarash for some time.
~29 Lindui The skyship Nomad rescues Valandil, Nimlinor, and valandil from the precipice of the Plane of Time, in distant Thariom. Shortly thereafter, the reunited Fellowship enters Pernoctare seeking the minister Shaledaggum, who provides access to a shell-universe where the Bottled City can finally be opened.
2 Sirrimont The hero Bailor De’Stran recovers the Sword of E'li from Pernoctare (where it was seized briefly by a lich seeking to use it experimentally to regain life). De'Stran delivers the Node of Solaris to the Civita Castellana cathedral in Shevarash, where it is kept by the priests of the Crota Santa Severin order.
29 Sirrimont The Fellowship returns to the Material Plane, in Torand specifically, after recovering the Shards of Thariom from the Bottled City. The Emperor Gento II is freed of his long mental enslavement to Thameera. Meanwhile, in Aenor, the Siege of Galantir begins.
30 Sirrimont Ensanguination of Torand. Narntay (completing an apotheosis into Geyon) gives all Toranders the Oath of the Cáladain, and the Imperial Palace is miraculously converted into the Inn of the Cáladain. Torand becomes host to a gathering of Ministering Spirits and Cáladain thinkers. The Second Council of the Cáladain ensues, where it is agreed to attempt destruction of the Shards of Thariom using the Anvil of Creation. The Fellowship departs aboard the skyship Noblesse the following morning.
3 Deepkolt The Shards of Thariom are destroyed. Neren and Yngvarr are destroyed atop the Anvil. The immortal King Seviamos is destroyed repelling Tharthammon. The Noblesse flies west toward the Hjelmelands, leaving Moxirth, Nimlinor, and the newly revealed Drow army behind in the crater that used to be the Mountain of Mourn.
5 Deepkolt Nahla and Sar-in depart the Four Tribes battlefields, having tended to the sick and dying for many weeks. The carnage they witnessed exceeds the worst in human suffering.
6 Deepkolt Galantir falls.
15 Deepkolt Extensive earthworks and fortifications are hastily completed by the Imperial College of Engineers outside Shevarash. Shevarash prepares for imminent siege by the advancing orc armies.
16 Deepkolt Midnight. SOS1 begins. Heavy showers lash the sundered town of Pannonhalma, and beat mercilessly upon the grim stonework of the Esztergom Basilica, where the PCs for this campaign are gathered.

Reigns of Fatarim Kings

Line of Seviamos
XXXIII. 893—1008 Seviamos
XXXIV. 1008—1099 Halos
XXXV. 1099—1159 Aaltan
XXXVI. 1159—1177 Paidon

Reigns of Azalim Emperors

A.M. Aetas Mandatum (Age of Decree)
A.J. Aetas Judica (Age of Judgment)
A.O. Aetas Ordino (Age of Order)
A.C. Aetas Concilio (Age of Unity)

1 A.M.—50 A.M. Arcavus
209 A.M.—17 A.J. Octave I
951 A.J.—1 A.O. Toum
1 A.O.—81 A.O. Octave V
81 A.O.—126 A.O. Spursius II
126 A.O.—157 A.O. Hod
157 A.O.—present (1 A.C.) Gento II