|The Necromancer of Dathi
||A necromancer of high power seizes control of the Angharad city of Tilith and begins using its citizens to build an army of undead. He is driven out by a band of adventurers and the tales of atrocities spread across the lands. Some rumors link the necromancer to the heretic High Priest Merchor.
|Orcs tribes from the fringes of the Dwimorlorn Forest invade eastward, raiding into Angharad, Khor and Dwarven lands and disrupting trade. The region becomes known as Glamhoth.
||Dwimorlorn Orc Invasions
||Mount Gerrader and several other volcanoes in Haradan suddenly erupt sending ash and black clouds of smoke across the land. Gray elven cities of the Echoriath mountains are hit particularly hard by accompanying earthquakes.
|Old hostilities between Angharad clans errupt once again leading to a minor civil war. The victorious clan Caeddyn sows salt into the fields and buries their dead in gread mounds, which become known as The Battledowns.
||Angharad Clan Wars
|Khor Barbarian Invasions
||The northern horse barbarians invade Volan and the orcish Glamhoth.
|Goblins have been multiplying in the Khor-Tan Wastes again. A new goblin king with demonic powers invades the Great Northern Forest siezes territory from the elves.
||Rise of the Goblin King
|Rise of the Pirate Isles
||The buccaneers of Isles of Thelan once again begin aggressive attacks upon merchant vessels traveling the sea-lanes the the Bay of Serin. The Danrae High King takes to the seas and successfully destroys several of the island settlements, before being driven back by Sahuagin allied to the Pirates.
|Strange creatures begin to rise up out of Lake Erada and terrorize the city. Finally the city is driven to its knees before a band of adventurers destroyes an evil cult ending the reign of terror.
||Darkness of Erada
|Death in the Deep
||Sahuagin also rise up off southern Eradain and attack the Sea Elf allies of Avanoel. The Sahuagin drive back the elves in a bloody onslaught before the elves of Avanoel can lend their support. After a few bloody battles the war lapses into an uneasy truce, but many old sea-elven places and settlements are now under Sahuagin control.
|The minotaurs of the southern Dagalethe seize control of portions of the east west pass through the mountains, including Dun Rhallyn, the great fortress at the top of the pass. After several attempts to oust them caravans begin paying the minotaurs for passage through the mountains.
||Minotaurs of Daga Pass
||Orcs from Glamhoth ambush and slay a loved Dwarven leader and the dwarves gird themselves for war. Thus begins a series of conflicts between them that lasts nearly a hundred years which Dwarves name in their tongue as The Long Death.
|Many younger sons of landholders have been swelling the ranks of the Danrae armies looking for new lands to claim. The formation of a new legion marks the beginning of a new phase of Danrae conquests.
||Legion of the Second Sons
|Amebririand the Wyrm
||A dragon descends upon the Meadowland kingdom of Celedon and ravages the land demanding tribute.
|Responding to a call for assistance Danrae armies march into the Meadowlands to help deal with the dragon. High King Amanor with his soldiers and the warrior priests of the Militant Orders defeat the dragon, but then occupy Celedon. The armies of Meirland and Gevonar to to reassemble to send aid to Celedon, but Amanor defeats them and the Meadowlands bend knee to the Danrae High King.
||The Fall of the Meadowlands
|First Danrae & Haradan War
||Haradan tries to seize an opportunity to claim some of the lands it has disputed in the past with Gevonar. Brief forrays lead to the destruction of Haradan settlements north of Thornwood. The Danrae press the attack up to the Haradan city of Essham, but are driven back by the huge city walls and summoned outsiders.
|The Danrae Legions reorganize and rebuild after pulling out of Haradan territory, then march west to take control of Daga Pass from the Minotaur mercenaries which held the pass. They continue their advance and fall upon the city of Dun Uisnech. The Danrae and Angharad come into conflict for the first time.
|The Great Northern Fire
||A fire rages out of control in the north. Large sections of the Kah-Sur plains are burned and portions of the Great Northern forest. Elves blame the Khor barbarians for the devestation and conflicts errupt between the two peoples.
|After dueling in the lands between Dun Uisnech and Erada, the Angharad Queen is defeated in battle and surrenders to the Danrae High King.
||Fall of Erada
||The defeated Angharad at first bend knee to the Danrae High King, but after the assassination of a highly placed Danrae lord and the subsequent killing of Angharad hostages, the Angharad attempt to re-organize a new army to try and drive out the Danrae invaders, but their new army is also defeated. Medrius is occupied by the Danrae.
|Forces of Haradan with Minotaur mercenary hirelings invade Thornwood in an attempt to take over the halfing lands. The halflings are driven back and their protective barrier is breached. Clerics of Yondalla desparately seek aid and the diety responds by sending an Avatar to the defense of her people. In the face of devine wrath the Haradan withdraw.
|Cult of the Avatar
||A new sect of the Theocracy of Haradan begins to gain power. The new sect worships what they call the "living embodiment of Menenar".
|An order of Corsani Monks in the Shield Mountains takes subtle control over the sparesly populated Danrae Lands to the west. The Monks Officiall granted territories by the Danrae high King. Rumors occasionally surface about the harsh living conditions enforced by the Monks.
||Order of the Black Robe
|Fortification of Northhold
||The High King orders the fortification of Northhold against the depredations of orcs and fell creatures from the Dwimorlorn Forest. The regions around Bearns are now completely under Danrae control. The city of Caril in the south is taken by the High King after a year long siege.
|The ongoing conflict between the Glamhoth orcs and the Dwarves of Khuzdul takes a turn for the worse against the dwarves. The Danrae High King sends his legions to assist and together they drive the orcs away from Khuzdul.
|The Sea-King of Iscal
||The disappearance of merchant vessels is the opening of new aggressions by the sahuagin. This time the sea-elves are ready with other allies and magical support from their land walking cousins. The sahuagin are defeated, but no old territory is retaken.
|The Danrae High Kings turn their legions to Volan. During a series of conflicts spanning many years Volan manges to hold their ground. Then several years of harsh winters strike the area and Volan's defense begins to crumble. Volan, the last of the old Seven Kingdoms eventually surrenders to the better fed and equiped Danrae Legions.
||In southern Erada the High King builds "The Keep" as a result of increasing tensions with Haradan.
|The looting of the Sun Temple of Lugh brings a curse of horrible winters upon the land. The curse will only be lifted if Angharad blood once again rules from Erada.
||The Cold Years
||A series of bizzare events and conflicts arise when a cache of cursed artifacts discovered at the Temple of Lugh. The items were split up during the chaos of the attack on the temple, and now individuals attempting to gather the artifacts to themselves to acquire power. The items disappear after a few years and tales are still told of the adventurers who destroyed the artifacts.
|Haradan begins a terrible war against the Danrae, unleashing outsiders and a terrible demon prince. The two armies clash in the Arandil Forest. The Rod of Kings is broken in a retributive strike by the High Patriarch of Odin in order to slay the demon prince. The Patriarch, the High King and most of the royal party is also killed in the explosion. Outsiders released from control go wild and wreak havoc among both armies before being dispelled.
||Second Danrae & Haradan War
The Demon Wars
|Breaking of the Curse
||The new High King Avalthan II, had been raised in the west and makes peace with the Angharad. He is the last High King High King ever to be ratified by the Rod of Kings. Angharad lands are returned and the High King marries the Angharad Princess Elissa, which breaks the curse.
|With an Angharad Queen on the throne in Erada, the land recovers. The Queen bears a son prince Attir and later dies in childbirth bearing a daughter Myssa
||The Princess Myssa bears twins, a boy Banarik and a daughter Braela
|King Avalthan's heir Prince Attir dies. The King decides that his grandson Banarik shall be his new heir.
||Death of the Prince
|The Last High King
||King Avalthan II dies before his grandson comes of age. His distant cousin Karathane III, who has been ruling in the east during the long years the High King has been Erada, marches to the west and takes control of the regency. Avalthan II was the last High King chosen by the now destroyed Rod of Kings.
|A schism between Haradan religious sects breaks out into a full scale conflict for power. At the end of the civil war the monks of the defeated Haradan sect exiled to the wilderness "lay down your weapons and leave in peace". This leads to the development of unarmed fighting skills among the banished monks.
||Second Haradan Civil War
||Karathane III consolidates his power during his reign as regent. Prince Banarik is almost killed in a suspicious accident.
|Karathane III has kept Banarik from being crowned High King for several years after he became of age. His son Zenath stages an assassination, during which Banarick and Braela disappear and are eventually presumed dead.
|Occupation of Tilith
||Constant friction and minor rebellions among the Angharad leads to harsh restrictions and persecution of the general populace. The new High King attempts to resolve succession issues by elimination of the Angharad royal lineages. Attempts to locate members of their royal lines hiding in temples leads to persecution of the Angharad religion. The city of Tilith falls to the armies of the High King.
|The line of Karathane the Usurper turns out to be weak. After several bad rulers the old Meadowland Kingdoms and Gilad gain power and put their own High King on the throne in Trilain after a brief civil war.
||Danrae Civil War
|Sycalanth the Wyrm
||Adventurers searching an ancient temple on Mt. Gerrader in Haradan disturb the lair of a dragon. Thereafter the dragon raids the surrounding lands for generations until it becomes uninhabited.
|An evil wizard grows in power in the hills beyond Northhold. He demands tribute, but also keeps the roads and lands clear of raiding Glamhoth orcs.
|Lands of the Crown
||The High Kings begin a policy of gathering more lands into the crown's name, assigning them to be managed by "governors" men who's position and loyalty is determined by the High King, rather than awarding the lands to hereditary nobility as was done in the past.
|A plague sweeps through Gilad and surrounding lands which cannot be healed by priests. The plague persists for months before burning itself out. One out of ten in Gilad perish.
||The Red Death
|High King Nolorn IV
||At a young age Nolorn IV is crowned High King. A wiazrd of high skill, he ruthlessly takes control of the government. He is renowned as ahard, but just ruler and eliminates corruption of past regimes.
|The Bloodskull Orcs in the Ostorath Mountains multiply and attack western Eradain. After victory by legions of the High King a series of fortresses are established to counter the humanoids from the Great Rift.
||Orc Wars of Eremon
||Nolorn orders the construction of a pass road through the Dagalethe Mountains from Erada to the cities of Sar.
|The tribes of Volan grow restless under Danrae occupation and revolt, rumors are that the Sword of Gath has resurfaced. Nolorn personally marches with his legions and devestates village after village, city after city until the Volan surrender when the "pretender Warlord" is defeated.
||Rebellion of Volan
|The Council of Nine Reborn
||As part of his campaign against corruption High King Nolorn IV creates a new Council of Nine who shall speak with the voice of the High King and be above the authority of the Council of Lords.
|The ruling noble of Celedon takes offense at the orders of one of the Council of Nine and refuses to follow the orders of the High King and banishes the High Kings soldiers from his land. One of the Nine, Frale Gemond later known as Gaunt enters Celedon alone and executes the noble and his entire family line. Nolorn thereafter appoints a "governor" to oversee Celedon.
||Rebellion of Celedon
|The Dark King Awakes
||Nolorn begins dabbling in necromantic magic to extend his life. The Council of Nin and the High King's other agents have insinuated themselves deeply into the governments of all the subject Kingdoms.
|In Western Eradain , Serpents Eye goblins once again begin aggressions against their human and elven neighbors. This time Angharad who have been driven into the Dathi Forest and the elves of Avanoel unite to form an army. The goblins of the Serpents Eye are totally routed when the hobgoblin King's army is defeated. Most of the goblin bases beyond their mountain homes are destroyed.
|Birth of the Empire
||After replacing the ruling lines of several subject kingdoms with his own "governors", Nolorn declares himself Emperor. Resistance against the decree is quashed when Nolorn reveals the ability to teleport large numbers of troops over long distances using some type of artifact.