• -1362 DR
  • Descendents of the hunters expand north from Alpuk, discovering the Glacier of Ulutiu near the Upper River. Carved in the glacier are mysterious and extensive writings, some of which the hunters manage to translate. Ulutiu is revealed to be the author of the writings, and the being responsible for the creation of the Great Glacier.

    Some of the hunters are so impressed with this discovery that they declare themselves disciples of Ulutiu, who they presume is a god. The group decide to migrate further north and establish their own settlements dedicated to the worship of Ulutiu; these become the forebears of the Nakulutiun tribes. The remaining hunters return to their home in Alpuk, thereafter calling themselves Iulutiuns. »

  • -986 DR
  • Lured by abundant caribou, an Iulutiun faction moves to Angalpuk and becomes the first of the nomadic Angulutians. »

  • -963 DR
  • In the wake of a particularly harsh winter; several Iulutiun settlements unite to wage war on their Angulutiun neighbors in Angalpuk, coveting the sizeable Angulutiun caribou herds. The raid triggers the fifty-year Keryjek Wars, named for the mountain range in which most of the fighting occurred. »

  • -913 DR
  • The Keryjek Wars end with a treaty between the Iulutiun and Angulutiun leaders. To encourage communication and promote good will, the leaders inaugurate the first koatulit, where guests are exchanged for a week-long festival of games and banquets. Koatulit have been held every year since; as a result, there have been few serious conflicts between the Iulutiuns and the Angulutiuns. »

  • -901 DR
  • Iulutiun representatives from Gronne attempt to establish formal relations with the Innugaakalikurit (arctic dwarves) in Novularond by inviting them to participate in the koatulit. The Innugaakalikurit decline, but the invitation marks the beginning of a long and cordial relationship between the Innugaakalikurt and the Ulutiuns. »