• -153 DR [Year of the Starry Shroud]
  • Human survivors of Jhaamdath's fall migrate north across the Sea of Fallen Stars to settle the lands along the southern slopes of the Earthfast Mountains. The first of these settlements is founded and named Proeskampalar (present-day Procampur). »

  • Proeskampalar (later renamed Procampur) is founded by dwarves from Earthfast and quickly become an important trading partner of Westgate due to an influx of refugees from fallen Jhaamdath. »

  • 734 DR [Year of the Splendid Stag]
  • Halanter I Elethlim becomes the second Paladin-King of Impiltur with the death of his father Sarshel.

    In the early days of Halanter's reign, the Greatsword of Impiltur, forged by the dwarves of Earthfast, is completed and presented to the king. »

  • 1095 DR [Year of the Dawndance]
  • War-Captain Imphras Heltharn of Lyrabar unites the city-states of the Easting Reach (Lyrabar, Hlammach, Dilpur, and Sarshel) and leads them against a hobgoblin horde from the Giantspire Mountains. The wood elves of the Grey Forest, and the shield dwarves of the Earthfast Mountains also join the fight. The hobgoblin horde (which was controlled by the succubus Soneillon) is driven back to the shores of Bluefang Water in the uplands of Impiltur. There, Soargar (Mage Royal of Old Impiltur and Archmage of Lyrabar), the young sorceress Sambral (apprentice to Soargar), the visiting archmage Velgarbrin of Baldur's Gate, and the folk of Impiltur and its allies rout the hobgoblin horde.

    After the battle, Soargar breaths his last, but not before telling Imphras that the Crown of Narfell and a cache of magical blades (come to be known as Soargar's Legacy) are located in his tower. Soargar had also sometime ago cast a mighty abjuration spell which prevented the succubus Soneillon from physically entering the lands of Impiltur. »

  • 1352 DR [Year of the Dragon]
  • Larrap of Baldur's Gate, travels with the Keen Edge adventuring company the Earthrust Mountains after hearing rumors of a red dragon in the area. They discover a tribe of primitive mountain barbarians called the Lost in a symbiotic relationship with the red dragon. Three of the Keen Edge group, including Larrap, survive after slaying the dragon, only to be pursued by the vengeful barbarians. Only Larrap survives.

    Larrap returns to the site of the red dragon's lair with a large group of hired mercenaries to loot the dragon's horde. She finds the barbarians on the verge of extinction due to attacks from neighboring tribes seeking revenge now that the Lost's protector was gone. Larrap leaves with what remained of the dragon's horde. »

  • 1353 DR [Year of the Arch]
  • Larrap of Baldur's Gate returns to the Earthfast Mountains, curious as to the fate of the Lost barbarian tribe. She finds that a new dragon has come to be their 'god', a young adult brass dragon. »

  • 1355 DR [Year of the Harp]
  • Larrap again visits the Earthfast Mountains. The brass dragon that was now caring for the Lost barbarian tribe receives Larrap, coolly but politely and firmly suggests that she not visit the valley again, as the dragon wished for any outside influences to disrupt the dragon's attempts to better the barbarian's society and outlook. Larrap never returns to the valley again. »

  • 1358 DR [Year of Shadows]
  • The Dwarven Gods roam Citadel Adbar, Ironmaster, the Earthfast Mountains, and the Great Rift, slaying many orcs and other fell creatures during the Time of Troubles. »