• 632 DR [Year of Burning Skies]
  • Eleint The Ice Queen's Winter descends on Myth Ondath. Led by the lich Vrandak the Burnished, the besieging army of Iyraclea the Ice Queen is accompanied by winter storms raised by her magic, that claw Myth Ondath all year long. This attack spreads awareness of Iyraclea's might across the Realms, and makes her claim of being the preeminent cleric of Auril in all of Faerun fact rather than mere hollow boast. The Frostmaiden empowerers Iyraclea with new and mightier cold magics, and the Great Glacier under which she dwells begins to expand. »

  • 1106 DR [Year of the Solemn Halfling]
  • Auril's faith is first introduced to Calimport by Thaulatiiya, First Frostmaiden of the Chill Goddesss. In Calimport, Auril is known as a kindly but strict goddess (as one who brings cooling to a hot environment). Thaulatiiya becomes well known for winning a few well-publicized duels against foes of other faiths, and selling "windstones" (enchanted hand-sized rocks that radiated magical cold for a tenday). »

  • 1111 DR [Year of the Old Giant]
  • Thaulatiiya, "First Frostmaiden", after rising to the pinnacle of Auril's faith vanishes (gathered to the goddess as some claim, or slain by ambitious underlings as the rumors persist). »

  • 1121 DR [Year of the Shameful Plea]
  • The priestess of Auril, Shalara of the Seven Kisses is known to be in possession of The Silver Supplicant (an artifact of Auril, a statuette in the likeness of the "First Frostmaiden", Thaulatiiya). "Coldeyes", as some call Shalara, carries it about as she travels the western Heartlands. Shalara acts as a warden of the faith in the lands around Iriaebor and Scornubel, visiting shrines, hermitages, and mountain-cavern temples in rotation, to advise and direct both clergy and lay worshippers. She meted out "the discipline of the divine" against faithful who transgressed, and is widely feared among them, but she also avenges wrongs done to the faithful by those outside the faith. To carry out such work, Shalara leads a force of three priests, a mageling, and a half-dozen warrors (all skilled horse archers with arrows of cold). She employs the Supplicant both as a source of spells for herself and as a holy relic to awe and inspire the faithful. »

  • 1146 DR [Year of the Tardy Guests]
  • Shalara of the Seven Kisses (and bearer of the Silver Supplicant, an artifact of Auril) and her band slays the legendary Korsus Smokebeard of the Company of Korsus. »

  • 1156 DR [Year of the Winged Gift]
  • The Company of Korsus catches up with Shalara of the Seven Kisses (a priestess of Auril and bearer of the Silver Supplicant, an artifact of Auril) while the Aurilians were already engaged with the Thirsty Arrows Company. Shalara and all the Aurilians are slain, and one of the the two half elf sisters of the Thirsty Arrows claims the Supplicant and takes it back to Baldur's Gate.

    There the recovering adventurers soon discover that local Aurilian clergy had traced them. No less than seven armed raids are made on the walled "high house" that the Thirsty Arrow used as a base. In the end, the Aurilians succeeded in setting fire to the villa and the conflagration revealed a secret way down into the vaults that avoided the heavily trapped tunnels. The fleeing Thirsty Arrows place the Supplicant into the carrying compartment in the chest of a guardian golem (either an iron golem or a unique metal guardian) and commanded it to attack the intruders.

    The golem wrought bloody mayhem among the Aurilians, and dawn saw it standing alone amid a pile of dead. It is a month or more before other Aurilians arrive, but the golem and the Supplicant are gone. »

  • 1348 DR [Year of the Spur]
  • An unknown individual begins selling forgeries of the Silver Supplicant (an artifact of Auril) in markets all over Faerun in the summer. The fakes had no magical power (other than being magically cold to the touch and everbright).

    Aurilians all over Faerun are excited to find the lost Supplicant, only to be confused and angered at being fooled. All of the fake Supplicants are gathered together (except for one which was destroyed in a rage by High Coldmistress Kauthreene Ambeiryn of Frostspire Towers in Mirabar), 14 in all. They are all subjected to various divination spells. The spells reveal that the crafter is a human male wizard who did his work in a vast cavern or cave network, and faked his appearance to appear as an illithid. »

  • 1358 DR [Year of Shadows]
  • Auril stalks the Great Glacier during the Time of Troubles. »

  • 1360 DR [Year of the Turret]
  • The Silver Supplicant (an artifact of Auril) is seen in Waterdeep in the possession of a mysterious female human figure who strides through the City of the Dead in the summer of this year. »

  • 1367 DR [Year of the Shield]
  • Mirtul Melvaunt experiences extremely cold weather in direct contrast to the warm spring in neighboring Thentia. The machinations of Auril are suspected even though her worship is taboo in the city. »

  • 1391 DR [Year of the Wrathful Eye]
  • Auril's Winter Hall assimilates the Winged Mother's floating palace. »

  • 1450 DR [Year of Holy Thunder]
  • Auril sends her vassals to battle the genies and efreets of Calimshan. As a result, the desert of the Skyfire Wastes was frozen over for months. »

  • 1462 DR [Year of the Elves' Weeping]
  • Demetrios Whitefire of Sossal, High Chillbringer of Auril, pens the Icedawn Syllabus. »

  • 1484 DR [Year of the Awakened Sleepers]
  • After accidentally killing her lover, Hedrun Arnsfirth is banished from the Tribe of the Elk, but soon discovers that she is the Chosen of Auril. »

  • 1485 DR [Year of the Iron Dwarf's Vengeance]
  • Eleasis The church of Auril begins operating openly in and around Bremen.
    Hedrun Arnsfirth the Ice Witch gains the loyalty of the Reghedmen Tribe of the Bear. They establish a camp around the dead white dragon, Ingeloakastimizilian's lair in Evermelt. »