0, the Year of Garthagos' Vengeance
An attempt to bind the soul of an Abyssal prince to a holy relic of Odion by an artifice-magus causes the Invoked Devastation which spreads swiftly across the continent of Naranduil like unchecked wildfire. Like ripples in a pond from a tossed pebble, chaos waves ripple outwards all over the continent, spreading as far as the western shores of Telluria, changing the nature of reality to a large extent. The Thaecian Empire disintegrates literally overnight as a battered and terrified populace lashes out against its beleaguered rulers. Three Citadels are destroyed by the chaos waves leaving vast areas of devastation in the countryside.
In response to a prediction of impending doom by their revered Seer, the elves of Amariloth decide to begin a Retreat to the realm of Synnoria, to the north.
Rise of the city-state of Nord'athaq, several hundred leagues to the northeast of present day Gwythnecht.
The elfdom of Eilanterae-tath enters the beginning of a golden age, as its diplomats negotiate a series of binding and lasting alliances with the elfdom's various neighbors and city-states. Elven high mages extend the patternshield surrounding the elfdom's lands to all alllied territories. The patternshield proves invaluable in enabling the shielded territory to escape unscathed from the devastation caused by the Devastation and its lingering aftermath.
Pharoah Ahmset IV dies, marking the beginning of the Tholin Dynasty in eastern Akhandria. Elsewhere, Crown Prince Abdul ibn Farez ibn Soqal ibn Shayallah al-Huzuzi becomes Grand Caliph of Raldarha, and the first devotee of Enlightenment. He establishes the Lore of the Lawgiver and of Fate in his land.
The elder crimson drake, Aztyrandriel dies in a spectacular explosion as a result of a failed invocation in her battle against a trio of sunrise drakes over a dormant volcano on a deserted island in the middle of the Sea of Ciozarth. Her death sets off a last word curse, which causes the volcano to reawaken violently and creates a permanent vortex to the elemental plane of Fire. The changes wrought in the Underrealms by this cataclysmic event include a sudden and catastrophic collapse of the cavern housing the drow city of urShma'zad.
150, the Year of the Shadowdoom
Refugees from the Thaecian Empire that managed to survive unscathed flee to the far reaches of Naranduil. They are rejected by several countries who hold them responsible for the abberations and destruction wrought by the Devastation and its aftermath. After much debate amongst the surviving clans, a crossing of the Sea of Endless Stars is attempted.
The dwarven kingdom of Khabad-dun is founded.
Bal-shal II, consul of Nord'athaq, founds the Dark Lancers of Zhalkin, thus ushering in a new age of terror for the city-state and the surrounding territory. The Dark Lancers, an order of shadow knights dedicated to serving the cause of Azrastersos (the NE Aspect of Gorgauth and god of undeath, corruption and intrigue) eventually turn on their founder, plunging the city-state into turmoil.
Tsien Wen-ming, August Emperor of the Celestial Jade Throne, Ruler of All Lands Under Heaven and Lord of the Shan-bao Empire is revealed to be a hu hsien masquerading as a human. He is summarily executed, but not before he implicates the Okura clan for manipulating events which led to the kidnapping and death of the real Emperor.
220, the Year of the Twilight Drake
The fledgling kingdom of Mel'Cendia is founded by surviving Thaecian refugees crossing the Sea of Endless Stars.
Elsewhere, on the continent of Telluria, The Circle of Sorcery is established, and an edict is proclaimed that certain types of magical practices are hereby forbidden. Such practices include artifice-magic, mentalism and cabalism. In order to enforce this edict, the Circle creates the office of the Magister with the blessing of the goddess Hurishta. The Trials of Hurishta are instituted as a means of weeding out those who would wield magic irresponsibly without thought or care to their actions. Representatives are sent out over the course of the next decade to all places where Thaecians live or have resettled, and tasked to announce this declaration and to invite all wizards to join.
The spread of Enlightenment comes into contact with the harsh and autocratic regime of the Tholin Dynasty in Zayal. Though reaction is harsh and swift, the seeds of change are planted, as more and more missionaries infiltrate Zayalan society and spread their beliefs.
Etienne d'Amberville leads his exiled siblings from the world of Averoigne and settles in what shall become southeastern Wylund. Construction of Chateau d'Amberville commences.
After receiving a prophetic vision from Lolth, House do'Urdanae leads a group of refugee drow from the ruined city of urShma'zad to found the fledgling city of Erelhei-cinlu.
500, the Year of Jambiya's Tears
The humans of Mel'Cendia begin to exert their influence beyond the borders of their land. Mel'Cendia expands rapidly to the north and east, eventually reaching the southern borders of Khabad-dun. Skirmishes between the dwarves and the humans lead to an uneasy truce. An expedition beyond the Galandarel Mountains is attempted which leads to a long and bloody conflict with Zayal, in which the Mel'Cendians lose.
The construction of the Citadel of Bone is completed in Mel Dorath.
Civil war envelops the Empire of Shan-bao, causing it to withdraw into itself. This causes several colonies and city-states to reassert their will and declare independence. The Empire never regains its former footing as a result of this internecine conflict.
Alarmed by the aggressive tendencies of the Mel'Cendians, the elves of Synnoria close their borders and withdraw from the world of humans.
A wildmagic tempest of mysterious origin envelops the city-state of Nord'athaq, wreaking untold destruction on all within its borders.
Eclavdra do'Urdenae is born.
The fortunes of Salbeliipoorn, a city-state of illithids in the Underrealms begin to wax as Hive Mage Zhald discovers a way to meld psionic powers with invocation and alteration based magic.
The city of Nith'Tar Valon is founded. Construction of the White Tower is begun.
822, the Year of the Forge Song
A pact of peace is signed between the Empire of Mel'Cendia, Cyradia, and the dwarves of Khabad-dun. The Treaty of the Shieldbearer solves the most pressing problems of this age. Legend states that the Treaty was sealed with the sweat of a patriarch of Bralvanyr, the tears of a battlelord of Shandralar, and the breath of a harmony-master of Tevesh.
1100, the Year of the Amber Prison
Chateau d'Amberville disappears from its foundations and vanishes into a planar rift.
A triple conjunction of Bevir, Elantyreth and Tintagel occurs over Mount Portaris, the tallest mountain in the Galandarel range.
The Sword known as Townsaver first appears in the hands of a renegade Cyradian cheysuli (war-chieftain dedicated to serving Cyradia's honor) who slaughtered twenty legions of Mel'Cendian cavalry and two sapphire drakes before dying of internal hemorrhaging and exhaustion.
The dawn elves of Synnoria elect to Retreat to the island of Feandoril, several leagues to the south. The remaining star elves retain sovereignty of their lands, rename it Quenaris, and cede a portion of their realm to the Empire of Mel'Cendia in exchange for Imperial recognition and a treaty binding all concerned parties to a permanent non-interference with each other's internal affairs.
The Treaty of the Shieldbearer is also amended to include the star elves. Mel'Cendia begins an unprecedented southern expansion. Duiring the next seven centuries, the Empire enters a golden age of peace and high civilization. The Empire passes through a succession of emperors of the Homannan line, the majority of whom rule with just and benign hands. Houses Aquilius and Carillon are founded around this time.
Construction of the White Tower at Nith'Tar Valon is completed. Representatives of the Aes Sedai journey to the Diamond Citadel and deliver a message of non-interference with the affairs of the Circle and wizards/sorcerers in general. The White Tower and the Circle enter into a binding compact, in which each side swears to uphold respect for each other through their common bond with the goddess Hurishta. However, neither side trusts each other fully, yet each is unable or unwilling to commit to a full conflict with each other, as both entities are still in their infancy.
Pharoah Thakok-An of Idrisa dies mysteriously, and without an heir. His death precipitates a vicious battle by his siblings for control of the throne. The head imam of the mosque of Vashti makes an impassioned plea for valiant and compassionate warriors to save the country from internal destruction: the Enlightened city-state of Qudra is only too happy to comply. With the help of three other city-states, mamluks lead an invasion of Idrisa, and a puppet government is set up.
Lyme do'Urdanae is born.
1800, the Year of the Mud Sorcerers
Gradually, the Mel'Cendian rulers begin to abuse and exploit their subjects. After an increasing amount of repression and taxation, the provinces in the outer regions of the Empire begin to revolt. These skirmishes are usually brief, but quite violent. The emperors are forced to use their troops regularly, and each rebellion is larger than its predecessor. Civil war eventually engulfs the Empire, causing its neighbors to react with disgust and break off all diplomatic ties. Rumors of invasion from various barbarian tribes to the northwest abound. In response to this diplomatic void, Mel'Cendia breaks off hostilities and grants the provinces of Wylund, Toralin and Kern full independence, shifting its focus internally.
The cult of Kaia Jezule experiences a renaissance and dies abruptly, after a plot to manipulate the Imperial throne is exposed.
2000, the Year of the Sardonyx Crown
After a final revolt by the inhabitants of the Empire against their Imperial oppressors, a group of Senators succeed in a coup d'etat and unseat Emperor Crystabal IX by having him assassinated, and elevating a Cyradian noble to the Sardonyx Throne.
Praxis I becomes Emperor and institutes sweeping change throughout Mel'Cendia. Each province is granted quasi-independence, and becomes a semi-autonomous kingdom, with allegiance to the Empire. The Imperial seat of power is relocated to the city of Mel Nethra in the province of Mel Cend (which remains a province). A Council of Advisors is formed to advise the Emperor on the interests of the Empire. The Council is composed of the individual kings and queens from each kingdom.
This marks Year 0 in the Praxthian calendar.
First human discovery of what is now present day Keenreach by a fleet of surveyor ships from the Grand Duchy of Kern. Overland explorers and surveyors from the Kingdom of Wylund experience first sighting of present-day Damrosil.
Nomadic tribesmen from the eastern Fhaard settle in what is now western Damrosil. A double lunar eclipse of Elantyreth and Bevir occurs over what is now eastern Gwythnecht.
2031, the Year of the Winged Trident
Praxis I dies. Ascension of Kellin I. A tradition is started where the Emperor is wed to the first-born daughter of each king or queen of Mel'Cendia's satellite kingdoms.
Colonists from Wylund and from Kern arrive via overland trail and ships in what is now Keenreach and southwestern Damrosil, respectively.
2117, the Year of the Emerald Pearl
Creation of the Sylvanfast of Cedehil in the Forest of Miir. This is a community of star elves and humans who have undertaken to live together as a community in an effort to promote understanding and cooperation between their two races.
2162, the Year of the Chaos Knight
Tolmara is founded as a trading post on the main tradeway between Whytsun and Griffonsmere in central Wylund.
Construction of the Sapphire Citadel is begun in Pelham.
Colony of Cyrdd is established by Prince Edrius of Kern.
First discovery of Stonegate Circle in present-day northern Keenreach.
2175, the Year of Black Roses
Colonies of Damrosil, Gwythnecht and Wyndfaste formally established by Wylundian colonists.
Colonies of Keenreach and Brynnel formally established by Kernin colonists and their merchant-dukes. All five colonies, along with Cyrdd, pledge allegiance to their home countries, but their hearts lie closer to their new homelands.
2191, the Year of the Nexus
Strahallin II of Mel'Cendia breaks the Treaty of the Shieldbearer and invades Cyradia in a desparate and misguided attempt to alleviate rampant famine. The Cyradians resist bitterly, but to no avail.
First recorded contact with the il-Ruene in the former elfdom of Amariloth, located in eastern Gwythnecht.
2200, the Year of Solnor's Justice
Creation of the Council of Alalminor. The name of the Council is taken from the star elven phrase 'elil menas' which means "tempered steel", the implication meaning that the members of the Council form an alliance stronger than the mightiest sword as long as that alliance holds true. The treaty establishing the Council provides for each member country's independence while requiring each member to contribute to the general defense of all. The priesthood of Bralvanyr adds a provision that the office of a High King be created to lead the entire Council. The Keeper of the Scroll (title of the highest level priestess of Oneiros) lets it be known that such an individual will be recognized by the strength of his or her character, along with certain other identifying characteristics. To aid in this task, the legendary Sword known as Samirien ("Doomgiver" in Feyth-alin (ancient elvish)), a sword reputed to have once been wielded by the god Olethros and imbued with a fraction of his essence, is presented by the Keeper to the patriarch of Bralvanyr in Damrosil. A provision is added by all concerned parties that the Pact of the Council be renewed every century (this last is now a mere formality).
Ascension of Alendus I to Damrosil's throne (from here on, all mention of kings or queens will be those of Damrosil only, unless otherwise noted).
2443, the Year of Eternal Guidance
Erection of the Hall of Eternal Guidance, temple to Bralvanyr, in the city of Verith. The Temple is the most magnificent temple dedicated to the god of honor, valor and justice in the entire Council.
The elfdom of Feandoril opens diplomatic ties with Brynnel, due in part with the kingdom's emphasis on druidism and widespread worship of Elantir/Elantra by its people.
2500, the Year of Storms
2550, the Year of the Patternchange
The Night of a Thousand Tears ushers in the beginning of a dark age for Mel'Cendia as the entire ruling house of Hahnmmor is eliminated by the Shadowfyre, a nefarious cabal of assassins, artifice-mages and charnel priests whose only interest is to spread the worship of Garagos (a LE Aspect of Gorgauth, emphasizing the portfolio of tyranny, hatred and destruction).
Lascron I dies. Ascension of Karnac the Pretender -- who dies in a freak hunting accident. Ascension of Agneus I.
2598, the Year of Llywelyn's Bane
Driven by delusions of power and immortality, Loring, Duke of the Fendian Marches, commits regicide and slays seven other nobles in line for the throne. He takes the mantle of King, and reigns for three months, before dying of swamp fever.
2600, the Year of the Labyrinth Queen
2650, the Year of the Unborn Sorcerer
2673, the Year of Sacrifices
A chaos mage, turned lich named Zalastor, opens a series of portals to another plane in the Galandarel Mountains, from which pour forth hordes of humanoid creatures such as ogres, goblins, orcs and trolls. He barely manages to subjugate the creatures and sends them forth to conquer the surrounding lands. The Goblin War begins.
2675, the Year of Kerrin's Cauldron
The ferocity of the humanoid incursions crystallizes an alliance between Wylund, Kern, Toralin, and the city-states of the Fhaard.
Drellin the Scholar, the first Witch-King of Damrosil, dies in a spectacular conflagration after miscasting a complex conjuration. Argunth, his son, gains the throne and gradually unites the various members of the Council against the goblin hordes. He is elected Alalminor's first High King, but not before being murdered by a drow assassin. Accession of Rikar, also known as the Roarer, to the throne of Damrosil.
2677, the Year of the Spyder Codex
Zalastor vanishes mysteriously from his mountain holdfast, thus terminating the magical link to each planar portal. The humanoid horde rapidly disperses upon losing magical contact with their overlord. The Goblin War ends.
Wylund, Toralin, Kern, and the Fhaard join in a binding treaty to come to each other's aid if need be. Each nation begins to rebuild their devastated lands.
2700, the Year of Truth
Llywelyn the Just is crowned High King of the Council of Alalminor.
2750, the Year of the Amethyst Prism
2800, the Year of the Stormhammer
2816, the Year of the Mirror Dhej
Elamurix Celendil is born.
2850, the Year of the Sparrowshroud
2881, the Year of the Garden Temple
Asianna Corsair is born.
2900, the Year of the Thirteen Warnings
Accession of Alendus II to the throne of Damrosil. His reign proves to be a short one as he begins to oppress the population of Damrosil almost immediately after his coronation. After passing a series of edicts that literally drive hundreds into debt just from an almost endless cycle of tithes and taxes, the people revolt. Mobs surged through the streets of the capital city of Verith, forced their way into the palace and ransacked it. The royal family exiled themselves to Gwythnecht;
Alendus himself was executed. Everything of value was carried away and all else burned. The monarchy was replaced by a council made up of the various mayors and town burghers and is headed by the main patriarch of Bralvanyr in Damrosil.
2929, the Year of the Ashen Veil
Morduin of Tevesh is born.
2950, the Year of the Gravebound Staff
2954, the Year of the Desert Thunderstorm
Garath Tremaine is born.
Melisana Rothovien is born.
2963, the Year of Purity
Alyssa of Wylund is born to Obleras II, marking her heir to the throne of Wylund. Great rejoicing occurs, since the King's consort has been barren till now.
3000, the Year of the Brood Sigil
Emperor Xandriel IV of Mel'Cendia dies, of extreme old age. A misogynist, Xandriel died without an heir even though he remained married to each of his nine wives as required by Imperial law. For the first time in recorded history, the Empire of Mel'Cendia experiences a brief void in its continuity. The Imperial Mother of the People and First Consort, Philandara Sharlassa declares herself Empress; through political machinations by the viziers of the Court, her declaration is approved, whereupon she immediately marries the King of Cyradia, Dantras IX. Her accession and subsequent marriage fulfill the first step in an age-old prophecy that spells the beginning of the end for Mel'Cendia.
A ressurected branch of the Shadowfyres manages to assassinate almost all of the entire royal family of Wylund except for Princess Alyssa who was sent away to be tutored. The guild is revealed to be backed by the Grand Duchy of Kern, who has long had designs on its former allies.
An invasion of Wylund soon follows, on the Kernin pretext of "protecting" the populace from any ensuing chaos, and to "help ensure" the continuity of the rule of law.
The Withering (an extremely virulent strain of the bubonic plague, coupled with a magical version of Ebola) arrives in eastern Mel'Cendia. Curiously, dwarves are unaffected.
The Thendrian League (an extremist theocracy dedicated to Odion (a LN Aspect of Solnor)) sends waves of missionaries to all lands affected by the plague. Skirmishes occur between the Mel'Cendians and the Thendrans.
The Withering sweeps a wide swath of death through Mel'Cendia, down through Toralin, and diverges into two paths -- one to Kern, and one to Wylund. Both countries experience a death toll numbering in the tens of thousands.
The Withering arrives in western Damrosil and also in Cyrdd. By the end of the year, the plague seems to have run its course, but not before it has decimated over half of the population in each region it has visited.
An interventionist armada from the island kingdom of Gairlandia arrives in Wylund on behalf of the exiled Regent, Princess Alyssa. Resistance from the occupying Kernin proves to be fierce, even with the onslaught of the plague. Another armada arrives in Kern, and proceeds to invade that country. The Gairlandi in Wylund join forces with a coalition army composed of soldiers mustered by the Wylundi, Ulu’taari barbarians, elven refugees from Miir, and forces from the Council of Alalminor. Together, they force the Kernin out of Wylund and Toralin.
Hostilities cease a few weeks later.
3010, the Year of the Bastard Prince
Accession of Alyssa III to the throne of Wylund.
A coalition composed of rulers from various lands in western Telluria meets in Mel Nethra to renew an expanded version of the Treaty of the Shieldbearer. Included among them are the various provincial rulers and kings of the Empire, the Regent of Toralin, Queen Alyssa III of Wylund, the Lord-princes of Andri, the thanes of Khabad-dun, and the Songweaver of Stars from Quenaris.
3016, the Year of the Rivening
The Great War of the Houses occurs in Erelhei-cinlu.
3020, the Year of the Ihlini Warlock
Marriage of Queen Alyssa III to Lord Falconedge, of Tolmara.
Garath Tremaine is elected Magister of the Diamond Citadel by a near-unanimous vote of the Circle of Sorcery.
The drow runecaster, P'ndarl, becomes Master of the Pillar in Erelhei-cinlu.
A new thieves' guild called the Blackwatch, asserts control in the city of Caersyn. The guild soon proves to be a stabilizing force in the city's social fabric.
Corshan Bal-shal, now a demi-lich, awakens from centuries' old slumber and reasserts control of the ruined city-state of Nord'athaq, bringing it into conflict with the White Tower at Nith'Tar Valon. Rumors of flights of various evil drakes flocking to the ruined capital begin to circulate in the eastern parts of Alalminor.
Thendri closes its borders to all outsiders as its component city-states undergo a series of religious schisms that threaten to destroy the unity of the League.
Nura bint Mamoon al-Muftahir becomes the thirty-first Grand Caliph of Raldarha. Her first act is to open diplomatic ties with Mel'Cendia.
The Tower of Eternal Contemplation (temple to Illaenth) opens its doors to the people of Tolmara. It is the first major temple to the newly risen god of individuality, freedom and self.
3021, the Year of Mourning
Queen Alyssa III dies in childbirth. Her child is born, but dies shortly thereafter. As there is no heir apparent, Lord Falconedge is crowned King and rules in her stead.
3025, the Year of the Feathered Viper
Return of Damrosil's royal family to power.
Accession of Shona I, the first Queen of Damrosil.
Elaida do Avriny a'Roihan, an ambitious sister of the Red Ajah, overthrows Siuan Sanche, the ruling Amyrlin and formerly of the Blue Ajah, and assumes the Amyrlin Seat herself; in response, the Aes Sedai split into armed camps, one in support of Elaida and one in rebellion.
3026, the Year of the Chronos Wyrm
3027, the Year of the Leprosy Blade
3028, the Year of the Magetide
3029, the Year of the Elvenhome
[Beginning of the Friday campaign.] The smugglers’ hideout in Fenwick.
Friday: PCs travel to Tolmara, looking for work.
Friday: Meet with the dwarves. Journey to the Krypthome.
Friday: Meet Kha, priest of Oneiros. Pink trees.
Friday: Arrival at the Krypthome. In search of a missing dwarf.
Friday: Arrival in Tolmara. The Sisters of the Shadowed Eye.
21 -- 30 Frostmoon
Friday: Participation in the festivities.
Friday: Feast at Castle Falconedge. Attempted regicide against King Ayyers, by the Cyradi mercenary, Melisana.
3030, the Year of Ulharn's Dream
[Beginning of the Saturday campaign.] Incident at Jeroth’s Well. Meet Drenla. Meet the three merchants.
Friday: Kha’s Test.
Saturday: Departure from Jeroth’s Well. The three merchants hire the PCs to be caravan guards.
Friday: Meet Arianrhod. The Fellowship. Meet Basht.
7 Cimrin (morning)
Friday: Leave for eastern Miir.
Saturday: Arrival at Hawk’s Shadowrest. Meet Rhian’s shade. Incident with the nightshades. Rhian “sacrifices” herself in order to enable others to flee.
Friday: The Hurly-Burly brothers. Meet Halthala (that afternoon)
Saturday: Departure from Hawk’s Shadowrest.
Friday: Journey to the sla-mori.
12 Cimrin -- 15 Cimrin
Friday: Exploration of the sla-mori. Encounter with a myrdraal.
Friday: The gate to ancient Celdenir. Another encounter with a myrdraal. Halthala dies. The memory of Woundhealer.
Friday: Basht teleports the party to the land of Zayal, but her spell goes awry by unknown means. PCs are deposited inside an ancient temple in Pazar. PCs free Khalitarius, an elder ifrit lord, setting the Prophecy of Martek into motion.
Saturday: Arrival in Wintershivven. Drenla corrupted by a myrdraal in Asflag’s tower. Adventures at Asflag’s tower.
Saturday: Meet Rhian’s shade a second time. Adventures in the Killing Keep. Rhian casts a spell that delays the influence of the Dark One from drawing Drenla in completely.
Saturday: Departure from Wintershivven. The “merchants” part company from the party. Rhian’s shade begins to grow weaker as distance between her shade and the soulcage held by Xavick increases
Friday: Evidence of Khalitarius’ actions. Death amid an oasis. Meet Wa’run.
Friday: Meet the spirit of Amunhotep. PCs journey to the pyramid of Bakar.
Saturday: Encounter at the well of Lord Barcus. Arrival in Tolrindel (evening). Meet Asianna Corsair. Learn of the monk Qhyjanoth.
Saturday: Qhyjanoth’s lair. PCs release the daemon “J” into the world.
28 Cimrin (evening)
Friday: A tribe of al’Badia. Haroun, of the Everlasting.
29 Cimrin (morning)
Friday: PCs enter Amunhotep’s pyramid, in search of the Star Gem of Aga-Pelar, and the two missing tribesmen.
[Elsewhere] Abdullah grows tired of waiting for the Friday PCs and gives the order to depart for the Oasis of the White Palm.
Friday: PCs leave Amunhotep's pyramid, having stolen Amunhotep's ruling staff and the Star of Mo-Pelar. Ra's curse broken, the river Athis flows once more.
[Elsewhere] Abdullah and his followers slain by minions of the ifrit.
[Elsewhere] Khalitarius kidnaps Shadalah, betrothed to Hassan, the White Opal.
5 Wintermoon (evening)
Saturday: Arrival in Tolmara, capital of Wylund. An eating contest. Meet Blaine Mistmoor.
10 Wintermoon (evening)
Friday: PCs arrive at the Oasis of the White Palm.
11 Wintermoon (evening)
Friday: PCs discover the temple of Set beneath the monolith.
Saturday: PCs defeat Narbius.
12 Wintermoon (afternoon)
Friday: PCs encounter ilythi'iri underneath Sandvoyager's Guild compound.
13 Wintermoon (morning)
[Elsewhere] Basht confronts the ilythi'iri.
Friday: PCs discover Basht's corpse and the Star Gem of Khan-Pelar.
13 Wintermoon (late afternoon)
Friday: PCs encounter Ajaiyah at the inn. Later that night, they confront her at her camp, and speak with Marwan's shade.
Saturday: An audience with His Majesty, King Falconedge. Almeena unmasked. (note: events in the Friday game will sometimes overlap in the Saturday game and vice versa)
Saturday: Morti’s Test.
Saturday: Arrival in Griffonsmere. Meet Andura. Journey to island where Rhian is held prisoner.
Saturday: Drenla dies and becomes a shade. Meet the Scion of Light. Andurin’ith-en set into motion.
[Elsewhere] Drenla’s shade journeys into the Beyond and begins an atonement quest.
Saturday: Journey to Highkeep. Witness execution by the Tempest.
Saturday: In the yuan-ti caverns. Trayn’s sacrifice and death. Freedom of the slaves.
Saturday: Return to Highkeep. Audience with the Tempest.
Saturday: PCs “journey” to Chateau d’Amberville.
[Elsewhere] Rhian Aes Sedai made a “guest” of the Tempest.
[Elsewhere] Kern severs all diplomatic ties with Wylund and closes its borders.
[Elsewhere, 3060] PCs free Etienne d’Amberville from his extratemporal prison. Party is sent back in time, to Aluvinal, in the year 2999, to accomplish certain tasks and grow in power.
2999, the Year of Portents (the year in progress) (events for this year are for the Saturday game)
PCs have meeting with Gwydion. Travel to Loring's Wood. Ambush by green elves. Meet Daelan. Ascend to Prism Keep.
Adventures in Prism Keep. Defeat of Irinia and Kaxathros.
6 Aluvinal (morning)
Jesitra, of the Screaming Plain escapes. Mnemone is released but not before prophesying for the PCs. Return of the White Spire and Alarius.
7 Aluvinal (morning)
PCs encounter the Book of Blood.
7 Aluvinal (evening)
Arrival at the Wheel of Time. Meet Arianrhod Cebha Sahb. Arianrhod mentions the Vale of Yvvivor.
8 Aluvinal (afternoon)
Arrival at Mount Yvvivor. First attack of the shimmering wraths.
9 Aluvinal (morning/early afternoon)
Discovery of Clan Yvvivor's obelisk. Second attack of the shimmering wraths.
9 Aluvinal (evening)
Camp at base of Mount Yvvivor. Scouting of the Duke's encampment.
10 Aluvinal (morning)
Attack of the onyx drake Noxostratos. Defeat of the Duke's forces and the drake.
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