• 1374 DR [Year of Lightning Storms]
  • Ches 4 After years of provocation, the Grand Dukes of Baldur's Gate recruit Dabron Sashenstar to break the Iron Throne. They provide him with intelligence suggesting that a Sembian merchant named Reiltar, believed to be behind the Iron Throne's effort to spark a war between Amn and Baldur's Gate, is wintering in a newly purchased outside of Daerlun. »

  • Ches 12 Agents of House Sashenstar abduct Reiltar from his winter manse in Daerlun and bring him back to Baldur's Gate. »

  • 1382 DR [Year of the Black Blazon]
  • The Shadovar erect a 500 foot tall obsidian wall around Daerlun. »

  • 1394 DR [Year of Deaths Unmourned]
  • Years of straining with their conflicted Sembian and Cormyrean identities, and struggling against the rule of Netheril, culminates in the annexation of the border city of Daerlun into Cormyr. »

  • 1395 DR [Year of Silent Death]
  • Sakkors, the Netherese floating enclave not seen since the days before the Spellplague, makes a reappearance over Daerlun in the dead of night. The following morning civil unrest breaks out throughout the city. Azoun V sends elite swordmages to restore order in the city. »

  • 1439 DR [Year of the Silent Tear]
  • Cormyr and Sembia wage a series of increasingly hot battles, which escalate into full-scale war. Daerlum, becomes a free-city-state in the process. »

  • 1441 DR [Year of Resurrections Rampant]
  • Treaty of Griffonfang Bridge
    Pressured on all sides, Sembia (with approval from its Netherese governors) agree to a cessation of its hostilities with Cormyr, the Dalelands, and Cormanthor. Daerlun and Urmlaspyr gain their independence from both nations. »