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

  • -1401 DR
  • Lady Polaris approaches the sleepy city of Algid to see if it wants to be elevated to enclave status, but the people refused, preferring to keep their feet and their town firmly attached to the ground. Her second choice, Delia, located near the Gods' Legion Mountain Range, accepts her proposal and Delia is raises high above the Shadowtop trees.

    Delia is known for its druidic and elven origins, however, the city quickly assimilates into the fast-paced life typical of other enclaves. The druids and elves who founded the city soon grow disillusioned and leave for more grounded-based surroundings.

    This entry has a conflicted date. The Winds of Netheril book lists the date of Polaris' approach to the city of Algid in -1147 DR »

  • 260 DR [Year of Sunless Stones]
  • Chondath establishes the frontier towns of Timindar and Orbech near the ever-decreasing border of the Satyrwood. The Grand Druid of the Gulthmere issues several warnings to Chondath regarding the continued cutting of the Chondalwood, but is ignored. »

  • 522 DR [Year of the Unmasked Traitor]
  • The druids of the Gulthmere Forest send a delegation to Alaghon to halt logging. The druids are ignored. »

  • 654 DR [Year of the Coveted Briars]
  • Many druid's enclaves, both human and elf, are established this year through Cormanthyr and the Realms at large. »

  • 687 DR [Year of the Wandering Sylph]
  • The druid King Strohm II of Tethyr, also known as the Stag King, founds Mosstone. »

  • 714 DR [Year of Doom]
  • Ches 25 Hanging Tree Grove (Weeping War: Campaign #10)
    A.K.A.: Strike of the Strongleweed, the Druids' Due
    Hanging Tree Grove was (and still remains) an area tended by sylvan elf druids and rangers who all knew them relatively docile and camouflaged at all times, though when a gnoll and mezzoloth patrol wandered into its confines, the elves in hiding unleashed missile weapons on the patrol. In their panic and search for cover, the made swift work of the isolated scout parties. »

  • Tarsakh 10 Second Stand at Dysrisa (Weeping War: Campaign #10)
    A.K.A.: Tenyajn's Requiem, Qemba's Sorrow, the War of Tenscore Swords
    As the Army of Darkness spread into the rest of Cormanthyr, Tenyajn and 200 elf warriors confronted the largest fragment of the Army just north of Dysrisa. There many elves lost their lives, but in the end routed the enemy north and west away from Elven Court. In this battle, Tenyajn and most of his soldiers were slain, but not after sending many hundreds more to their deaths as well. The high druidess of Rillifane, Qemba Willowfane, who was said to be his beloved, personally placed Tenyajn's body in the Vale of Lost Voices, where his grave is said to be beneath the largest oak tree in the forest. Afterwards, Qemba disappeared, never to be seen again.

    Among the deaths in this battle include Kerym Tenyajn and his Moonbow Battalion, two recruited black dragon allies and four Army squadrons. »

  • 717 DR [Year of the Druid's Wrath]
  • The leaders of Turmish, a conclave of wizards known as The Windlass, send forces to engage the druids of Silvanus, known now as the Emerald Enclave. The ensuing defeat of Turmish forces helped establish the Emerald Enclave as a powerful force in the region. »

  • 722 DR
  • The Great Druid of Leth claims the ancient title of Nentyarch and raises a tree-fortress over the tainted ruins of Dun-Tharos in the Ralinswood between Narfell and the Great Dale. »

  • 724 DR [Year of the Prisoner Unfettered]
  • Two remaining wizards of The Windlass lead an assault against the isle of Ilighon, hoping to destroy the druidic (Emerald Enclave) presence there. The wizards discover that their magical items and spells did not function, while the druids' powers remained unaffected. The attack is repelled and the last of The Windlass lose their lives. »

  • 1150 DR [Year of the Scourage]
  • Battle of Morningstar Hallows
    Borran Klosk, servant of the Stalker, marches his undead armies against the cities of The Vilhon Reach. The Emerald Enclave and the Alaoreum dwarves aid the cities of the Reach in their time of need. At the Battle of Morningstar Hallows, druids cause the Alaoreum River to rise, flooding the armies of Borran Klosk. Unable to destroy Klosk, Priests of Eldath, imprison the mohrg beneath Alaghon. »

  • 1167 DR [Year of the Parchment Heretical]
  • The Leaves of Green does not reappear until now. The Gray Druid of the Ash Circle tries to sweep away all walls and buildings (with the folk dwelling in them) in what is now Amn, raising an army of treants and forest beasts to accomplish the task. The druid is defeated early in his campaign of destruction by the Wild Helms adventuring company from Waterdeep. They cut the book from the old madman's dying hands and hurl it away. It stops in mid-air the moment it left the gauntlet of the young Waterdavians hands who threw it, and drinks the fireball that his fearful brother mage cast upon it. Convinced that it was an item of great power, the Wild Helms gingerly close a strong-chest around it and carry it back to Waterdeep for examination.

    There it is seized by the priest Angluth Eriduth, Watcher of the Seatress Shrine. Angluth declared the tome to be a holy item of the god Silvanus, but his taking of the book is not readily accepted by at least two of the noble families whose sons had brought it to the city. There is a nasty confrontation, but Angluth survives by using the spells of the Leaves of Green.

    This does not stop A Waterdavian thief from stealing the tome almost immediately. The artifact is sold in Calimport to Torast Haeluth, a wealthy collector of magical curios.

    An unknown mage opens a gate into Torast's bedchamber and steals the Leaves of Green along with many other magical items, and slays Torast. »

  • 1212 DR [Year of Ocean's Wrath]
  • A young supplicant of the Grand Old Druid of Waterdeep comes before the Grand Druid with news of seeing a female half-elf dancing in a fairy ring of mushrooms that shone pearly-white in the dusk, somewhere along the western edges of the High Forest. She gave her name as Ghalashalue, Servant of Silvanus, and the supplicant, one Faern by name, saw her cast no less than nine spells from "a floating book of bark, show pages were glossy green leaves".

    Angluth, content the artifact of Silvanus was in good hands, dies in Faern's arms. Many lesser druids go searching for the Leaves of Green, but none find the druid or the artifact. »

  • 1319 DR [Year of the Fallen Throne]
  • The rule of kings in distant Sossal ends in bloodshed with the death of its last monarch, Thelessar, at the hands of his twin sons Norlith and Baldraeth. They are banished from Sossal by the land's spiritual leader, the Great Druid Ulthorkh, and rulership of the realm passes to the Circle of the Frozen Sun, the druid conclave led by him. »

  • 1344 DR [Year of Moonfall]
  • Maimun's village is destroyed by agents of the cambion Asbeel, who was obsessed with finding the Stone of Tymora and the mortal whom the stone had chosen (which was Maimun). Maimun's mother hides him in a wine cellar of his home. A piece of the burning cellar ceiling falls near to the baby's body, keeping it warm through the night.

    The next day, Maimun is rescued by the mysterious rider known as Perrault, and taken to the druidess Elbeth of the High Forest. Elbeth names the him Lucky Child. »

  • 1349 DR [Year of the Bridle]
  • The Green Lady, a druid of Eldath, settles in the Misty Vale to live in seclusion and semi-retirement. »

  • 1350 DR [Year of the Morningstar]
  • The cambion Asbeel finds the boy chosen to be the wielder of the Stone of Tymora in the care of the druidess Elbeth in the High Forest. Not wanted to confront the druidess in her grove, Asbeel sets fire to the surrounding forest. Elbeth hides the boy she named Lucky Child and instructs him to follow the road at dawn.

    He is awaken by Perrault, and renames the child Maimun (the Bedine word for 'twice lucky'). They begin to travel along the Sword Coast. »

  • 1356 DR [Year of the Worm]
  • Two known Red Wizards are crushed while standing on the docks in Alaghon (of Turmish). The druids of the Emerald Enclave are suspected. »

  • 1358 DR [Year of Shadows]
  • Roar of Shadows: Malar attempts to enter the confines of the Guthmere Forest to destroy the druids residing there but is battled by Nobanion and the druids of the Emerald Enclave. He is driven northwest towards the Sword Coast. »

  • 1367 DR [Year of the Shield]
  • Nightal After a unicorn is spotted by the road south of Waterdeep, arguments ensue between a priest of Mielikki and a priest of Lurue over which god is responsible for its appearance.

    A party of adventurers devoted to Lurue slay three bands of raiding orcs and a priest of Malar in celebration before a druid in Daggerford claims the unicorn is his friend who fell afoul of a warding spell and appeals to mages to dispel the effects.

    Some faithful still decry the druid as "old and crazy", leading to the continued debate. »