• The Founding Time / Age of the Proud Peoples
  • -9000 DR to -3000 DR
    This era signals the rise of all the humanoid civilizations, in a time when the many dragons and giants were long overthrown and the elf wars no longer loomed over everyone as a treat. The elf realms of Evereska and Evermeet grow by colonization along with other realms, from the human lands of Unther and Coramshan to the dwarf realms of High Shanatar and Oghrann. »

  • -6060 DR
  • Fall of Calim's Rule
    Lands east of the Calim Desert and south of the Marching Mountains become the human nation of Coramshan after the humans win a rebellion (with the aid of the dwarves) against surviving minor genies. Calimport and Keltar are rebuilt. The alliance between the humans and dwarves quickly founders, however, because the rulers of Coramshan soon turn to the worship of evil gods. »

  • -6000 DR
  • Almraiven is founded in eastern Coramshan. »

  • -5980 DR
  • Manshaka is founded along the coast of Coramshan. »

  • -5800 DR
  • The nation of Jhaamdath is born when human settlements north of the Chondalwood unit under the Dath Dynasty and its greatest psionic warrior, Jhaam Dath. Jhaamdath eventually meets Coramshan near the Lake of Steam, and the two empires struggle for centuries over control of this area. »

  • c. -5400 DR
  • Ambril's Bane
    Dwarves kill human tomb robbers on the slopes of Mount Kellarak, including the heir to the throne of Coramshan. This incident precipitates three millennia of war with the humans of Coramshan. »

  • -5330 DR
  • The murabar (warlord-ruler) of Coramshan seizes much of southern High Shanatar (including Iltakar, home of the modern-day ruins of Shoonarch), while dwarf armies fight the Giant Wars to the north. »

  • The war between Coramshan and High Shanatar is used by the psiocracy to justify the founding of Lirremar (present-day Hlondeth), Jhaamdath's Sixth City of the Sword. »

  • The First Age of Calimshan
  • -5300 DR to -2381 DR
    First Kingdom of Mir is founded in lands west of the Darthiir Woods south of the Wurlur (present-day River Ith). Mir and Coramshan aggressively expand eastward and share the conquered territories for the next three hundred years. »

  • -5270 DR
  • In alliance with Coramshan, Mir begins wars of conquest to the east. »

  • -5007 DR
  • The two kingdoms of Coramshan and Mir are united under the rulership of Ukhar IV in response to the threat from Jhaamdath. »

  • -5006 DR
  • Coramshan successfully counterattacks, pushing Jhaamdath back to Saelmur. »

  • -5005 DR
  • Coramshan and Mir unite under Bakkal and Murabir Ukhar IV to form the Calimshan Empire, which claims all lands south of the Wurlur (present-day RIver Ith) and west of the Iltkazar Mountains. »

  • Coramshan and Jhaamdath declare a truce, and both nations abandon their claims to the Lake of Steam. »

  • The Third Age of Calimshan
  • c. -1900 DR
    Calimshan rules as far north as the Snowflake Mountains and is composed of four separate kingdoms within its empire: Calimshan (the original lands of Coramshan and the Calim Empire), Mir, Tethyr, and Iltkazar. »