• -3114 DR
  • Druids of Jannath begins seeding the Basin Lake in Netheril with different varieties of fish. »

  • -2615 DR
  • Three religious groups who follow Amaunator-the Keeper of Time and the Eternal Sun-migrate to the region of Trinity to escape persecution from the devotees of Shar. They begin their first year here deciding to set their religious differences aside and concentrate on their similarities-creating a unique sect to serve their god. The bureaucracy and all other forces controlled by Amaunator are completely ignored here, making this a far more relaxed and socially conscious community than other Amaunator-controlled regions.

    Ironically, Trinity existed at the vase of a shrine to Jannath, the Cede River. Throughout the Golden Age of Netheril, Trinity is inundated with the faithful of Jannath as they make their way up to the shrine. It is a profitable venture, however, and the nonstandard faithful of Amaunator welcomed their visitors. »

  • -1561 DR
  • In reverence to Jannath, the mountain, Glorifier, becomes a monument dedicated to that god. A monastery is built on her slopes becomes a mecca for her followers within a matter of years.

    The monastery, one-story log building that spans over 12,000 square feet, and has a stream that flows from the northern wall to the southeast corner of the building. The building is constructed around existing plant life, utilizing only dead trees to form the outer walls and roof.

    The building follows the contour of the forest floor. Built near the mountain peak, the ground is relatively flat, though parts of it dips severely, forcing the monks to accomodate the change in grade with stairs. This makes it extremely difficult to seal the structure from winter winds, and the monks are kept busy with the monastery's upkeep. »

  • 960 DR [Year of the Mageling]
  • Rumors spread in Secomber of the Book of Fangs and Talons (a holy book to the god Malar).

    The secretive Malarite cult takes the tome to the Daggerford area (as reported by warrior-priests of Chauntea [in the brief time when such a form of worship was popular among the followers of the Earthmother] who scoured the Secomber area and the Delimbiyr valley upstream for many miles and found no trace of Malarites). »

  • 1337 DR [Year of the Wandering Maiden]
  • Government forces slaughter thousands at Juzimura Castle, which has been seized by a coalition of displaced ronin and radical worshipers of Chauntea. After the siege is broken, the shogunate of Wa denounces Chauntea as an illegal deity. Worship of Chauntea is declared an offense punishable by execution. »

  • 1345 DR [Year of the Saddle]
  • The Lord of Murder, Bhaal, corrupts one of the Earthmother's (Chauntea) Moonwells of the Moonshae Isles. From this Darkwell, Kazagaroth the Beast attempts to destroy the Earthmother and ruin the Moonshae. »

  • 1358 DR [Year of Shadows]
  • Patriarch Wilaundaun Braer of Chauntea and bearer of the Glarathra (an artifact of Chauntea) vanishes in the autumn of this year somewhere in the Fallen Lands or south of Weathercote Wood. Visions sent by the Great Mother to many senior Chauntean clergy insist that some ill befell Wilaundaun, but that, changed in some fell fashion, he yet lives and the Glarathra also endures. They are urged to seek the man and flower and bring them back to the light.

    The Glarathra is so old that its origin is forgotten. In the days of the dawning of human settlements in the North, Chauntean High Harvestmasters would bring the Bronze Flower with them whenever a new temple-farm dedicated to the Golden Goddess was founded and plant it at the center of the community for a season. It is possible that the Glarathra has abilities that can make the land fertile and properly irrigated, requiring long periods of contact to function. The last temple-farm to be so graced was Goldenfields, near Waterdeep. When its success was assured, the Wandering Seed (Patriarch Wilaundau) took the Bronze Flower and ranged off to the east. »

  • 1365 DR [Year of the Sword]
  • The god Talos acts to supplant the worship of the Earthmother of the Moonshaes with the gods of Faerun. The legendary "Elf-Eater" is defeated. Alicia Kendrick is crowned High Queen of the Moonshaes. Piergeiron Paladinson of Waterdeep attends the coronation (and it is rumored that Piergeiron is taken with the new queen, but she is not taken with him. Rumor spreads quickly throughout Waterdeep).

    Seeking to reinvigorate the economy and promote trade with her neighbors, the High Queen established the Royal Office fo Commerce and Public Works. Within this new bureaucracy, she appoints the title of Master Shipwright to a young journeyman named J.P. Bozeman. He is tasked with building the High Queen a navy.

    Abandoning the oar-powered vessels crafted by their people for centuries, Bozeman instead chose to build large, sail-powered ships modeled after the great warships coming out of the shipyards of Amn and Tethyr. »

  • 1368 DR [Year of the Banner]
  • The Fellowship of the Purple Staff is founded in the Dragon Coast region by a group of like minded priests of Chauntea, Helm, and Selune who united to settle the area of the Gulthmere Forest and the other lands north of Turmish into a more civilized land they would call the "Holy Realm".

    They are soon after bolstered by the local faithful of Lathander and Sune. »

  • 1371 DR [Year of the Unstrung Harp]
  • Birth of Azoun V Rhigaerd Palaghard Duar Obarskyr, son of Tanalasta (first born daughter of Azoun IV) and Rowan Cormaeril (who were married in the eyes of Chauntea, although there were no witnesses), and grandson to Azoun IV, in Cormyr. »

  • 1486 DR [Year of the Nether Mountain Scrolls]
  • Chauntea drops several earthmotes all across Faerun, including in the flooded Arrabar River, to give her followers enough time to bring in the harvest. »