• 147 DR [Year of the Iron Colossus]
  • In Halruaa, Azuth worshippers formally break with the Church of Mystra and establish the House of the High One Ascendant in the mountains near Lhair. »

  • 173 DR [Year of Screaming Sharn]
  • Several followers of Leira, dissatisfied with the stranglehold that worshippers of Mystra and Azuth have gained over the Council of Elders, depart Halruaa in skyships. These wizard lords eventually settle on the island of Nimbral. Though the Nimbrans are Halruaans by blood, they are a distinct culture separated from their kin by many miles of ocean. »

  • 241 DR [Year of the Hippogriff's Folly]
  • The Magister Dorgon "Stonecloak" dies in spellbattle with the mage Sirdan Aulauger of Shussel.

    Azuth offers the position of Magister to Faerndel of Mourktar. He refuses.

    Nelorth "Firefists" Broamshoulder becomes Magister. »

  • 633 DR [Year of Chasms]
  • After toiling for years, Demron completes Keryvian, the Arms-Major's Foebane and the greatest of the Baneblade. Demron succumbs to exhaustion due to his work on the blade, dying two days after the final magics are set into the sword. In honor of his work for the city and his magecraft, House Ammath and numerous other contributors fund a temple to Demron's patron god Azuth, which is built on and around Demron's Tower in Myth Drannor over the next four years. Once complete, Demron's remains are the first interred in the temple's crypts. »

  • 667 DR [Year of Austere Ceremonies]
  • For reasons unknown, Jhesiyra Kestelharp (the current Magister) transforms herself into a living wish spell. She is able to disappear and appear anywhere. She is later abducted by Halaster Blackcloak and forces her to create more living spells for the Mad Mage.

    She currently rules over other living spells in Undermountain's Citadel of the Bloody Hand. Driven half mad by her transformation, she rules over the living spells the Mad Mage forced her to create.

    After Jhesiyra becomes a living spell, the office of Magister passes to the mage Nerren Prentiyuel. Nither Azuth or Mystra are willing to speak of this incident. »

  • 760 DR [Year of Drifting Stars]
  • Tashara of the Seven Skulls is utterly destroyed by Azuth in the Tunlands. One of the Seven Skulls named Mallin is swept into the ruins of Myth Rhynn in the depths of the Forest of Tethyr. »

  • 875 DR [Year of the Stricken Star]
  • Algashon coerces Sammaster to attack Alustriel, intending to steal her silver fire through a vile ceremony while she was at a disadvantage. However, Alustriel called on Elminster and Laeral, and together the three Chosen killed Sammaster. Azuth then appears and strips Sammaster's body of its silver fire. After they depart, Algashon resurrects Sammaster who is now quietly mad but still blessed with long life and the ability to heal quickly.

    In the years that follow, Sammaster draws on his own translation of Maglas's prophecy, Algashon's whisperings, and ancient tomes unearthed from ruins beneath the Anauroch and Raurin deserts. Sammaster and Algashon founded the first Dragon Cult cell in the city of Chondathan (now the Sembian city of Saerloon) and set about creating all manner of draconic undead. »

  • 952 DR [Year of the Rings Royal]
  • The Magister Ildathchance Orlaer is killed in an ambush by the Thayan mage Baerzus Anagathiir. The Red Wizard becomes Magister.

    Baerzus then dies under the massed magical might of the Red Wizards. The ensuing magical chaos requires the appearance of Azuth, who fixes the tear in the Weave, and confers the office of Magister upon someone far from Thay; the enchanted gauntlet-maker Bilnur Faerglamer of Tethyr. »

  • 977 DR
  • The Magister Bilnur Faerglamer dies of natural causes, never having faced a serious challenge to his office.

    Azuth picks the Calishite courtier Malune Nalonkriver to succeed Bilnur as Magister. »

  • 994 DR [Year of the Weary Scribe]
  • The Magister Meldryn Jalensifer, is instructed by Mystra to give the Scepter of Mystra (an artifact of Mystra) to a minor mage somehwere on Toril and then let it wander, reclaiming it only if a Red Wizard of Thay, a mage of Halruaa, or another powerful mage, linked by social ties to a group of archmages, took possession of it. The Magister gives the Scepter to a minor hedge-wizard by the name of Naerlus "Flamespell" Anarthandyer.

    Naerlus promptly abandons his former kindly befuddlement and uses its magic to build himself into a petty tyrant in the coastlands north of Leilon. The Magister Meldryn judges it is better to remove the Scepter from Naerlus before he got embroiled in a major war and begins to call on the Scepter to return to him (Mystra, Azuth, the Mgaister and all of the Chosen of Mystra can trace the whereabouts of the Scepter and see its wielder and immediate surroundings merely by concentrating for a few moments. Mystra, Azuth, and the Magister can call on the Scepter to themselves by prolonged concentration). While the Magister was beginning to call the Scepter to himself, Naerlus accidentally discovers the fly away spell (a power of the Scepter to cause it to teleport to a random location on Faerun. The trigger was made to change, so that no one could learn how to keep the Scepter forever).

    The Scepter found its way to a ruined abbey of Shar in northern Calimshan. It is found a season later by adventurers who were too afraid to experiment with it, and sells it to Amblaeryn Alaba, a rich Calishite satrap who hoped that with its aid his five hired mages could destroy a rival and his hireed guardian mages.

    The five mages then betrayed Amblaeryn. When his rival, Imtherl, refused to pay what he had promised for their betrayal, the five mages killed Imtherl and all his mages as well.

    The five wizards eventually fought over the Scepter, which left one dead and another turned into a stone, lost among thousands of similar stones on a beach north of Ormpur. The wizard Earndus Orthorm claimed the Scepter, which caused the other two to attack him. In haste, Earndus accidentally triggers the fly away spell, and is slain by the other two wizards.

    This time the Scepter lands into the hands of an orc shaman. Unable to activate any of its powers, the orc tosses the Scepter into a deep gorge, which again activated the fly away spell (whenever the Scepter falls more than a 100 feet, it spontaneously activates the fly away spell.)

    Appearing in a tavern in Telflamm, it demonstrates another ability. Whenever an offensive arcane spell is cast near it and the Scepter is not held by anyone, it floats in the air to about a man's height and glows a faint blue light. This ability is triggered by two minor mages in a spellduel, and a full blown tavern brawl erupts to claim the Scepter. Eventually a doppleganger in the guise of a serving wench claims and flees with the Scepter. One of the dueling wizards gives chase, but the doppleganger overpowers and slays the wizard. A passing priest of Tymora and his mage companion slays the doppleganger. The mage, Taluth of Telflamm, claims and carefully studies the Scepter. In time, he triggers the fly away spell. The Scepter appears in a drowned tomb in a deserted suburb of Calimport that had crumbled into the sea. »

  • 1126 DR [Year of Azure Blood]
  • Azuth appears to the mage Olohmber "Old Thunder" Starnardyn of Arrabar and offers him the office of Magister. »

  • 1172 DR [Year of the Hoary Host]
  • The Azuthan Abbey of Onter's Pool on the island of Norlorn northwest of Kelthann in the Sea of Fallen Stars is sacked and burned by pirates. The ghosts of the slain priests become restless and haunt the island for many years, to the displeasure of many pirates. The abbey was the resting place of Vorthryn's Archivir, an artifact of Azuth.

    The Archivir was created long ago by Vorthryn Saraddath and is one of the few holy books of the faith that is not a Touched Tome, rather a book of prayers dedicated to the god Azuth. The Archivir was intended to provide a central and orthodox source of magic for the devout priests of the Azuthan abbey. »

  • 1282 DR [Year of the Many Mists]
  • The Magister Ohland Grethgar is killed in a spell duel in the skies over Orlumbor with the black dragon Starlaurynguldar. The wyrm also died from his wounds.

    Azuth offers the office of Magister to the mage Inhil "Hurler-of-Stars" Lauthdryn. »

  • 1294 DR [Year of the Deep Moon]
  • The Magister Inhil Lauthdryn disappears in the wilderlands of the Vast.

    Azuth offers the office of Magister to Aralagath Tarsil of Arabel. »

  • 1322 DR [Year of Lurking Death]
  • The Magsiter Maldiglas Turntower devoures his own lifeforce constructing his magical refuges (the location of one has been revealed at every Magefair since his death).

    Azuth offers the office of Magister to the mage Phelarnden Ghemelt of Tharsult.

    Phelarnden reigns as Magister for four months (his time as Magsiter ends this year).

    The Chessentan archmage Maxliadanarr Torstren becomes Magister. He begins a breeding program to create sorcerous familes, known as the Incipient Clans. »

  • 1324 DR [Year of the Grimoire]
  • The pirates of the Brotherhood of the Red Tide meet and decide that the very stones of the Abbey of Onter's Pool must be carried off and sunk to eliminate the haunting ghosts of the slain priests of Azuth on the isle of Norlorn. The pirates do their work during the day and the ruins of the abbey are completely removed. However, while the haunting ghosts were banished, the presences of other undead was not. »

  • 1358 DR [Year of Shadows]
  • Azuth is present at the Pool of Yeven, on the River Ashaba during the Time of Troubles. »

  • Azuth reconsideres Savras' long imprisonment and chooses to free him from the Scepter of Savras for a vow of loyalty. After his release, during which the scepter disappeared, Savras served Azuth and oversaw divinations and divination magic, and the deities improved their relationship.

    Savras joins Azuth and Mystra in Dweomerheart, in caverns called "The Eye", which contained all his knowledge. Savras becomes the patron deity of many diviners and works against Cyric, the god of lies, and the night goddess Shar, who works to disrupt his divinations using the Shadow Weave. »

  • 1359 DR [Year of the Serpent]
  • Vorthryn's Archivir is taken from its resting place and finds its way into the hands of an untold number of adventurers. The book is incredibly useful to those who wield it and serves to convert many to Azuth's faith. »

  • 1370 DR [Year of the Tankard]
  • Marpenoth 23 Noumea Drathchuld relinquishes her role as Magister in favor of becoming one of Mystra's Chosen. Azuth declares the office of Magister vacant. »

  • Marpenoth 24 Azuth offers the office of Magister to the wizardess Talatha Vaerovree of Innarlith. »