• -135 DR [Year of Old Beginnings]
  • Impil Mirandor, a refugee from the former lands of Jhaamdath, establishes a settlement known as Impil's Tor atop an abandoned dwarf delve at the site of present-day Lyrabar. »

  • -118 DR [Year of Elven Delights]
  • The thriving settlement of Impil's Tor is renamed Lyrabar by Ornrath Mirandor, harkening back to its dwarf roots and cementing the first trade ties with dwarves of the surrounding mountains. »

  • 159 DR [Year of the Lost Profit]
  • Doraven "the Bloody" Mirandor of Impiltur instigates a palace revolt in Lyrabar, forcing his step-brother the king, Inrath III to flee. Doraven places himself on the throne. Doraven eventually has his Inrath III eventually tracked down and slain. »

  • 920 DR [Year of Great Riches]
  • Balindre returns from Kara-Tur laden with silks and spices. He organizes the Royal Company of Shou Lung, obtaining a charter from Lyrabar's ruler. »

  • 926 DR [Year of the Fearless Peasant]
  • Windyn Balindre moves his company's operations from Lyrabar to the new settlement of Telflamm and claims the title of Merchant Prince. »

  • 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. »

  • 1182 DR [Year of the Tomb]
  • Crown Prince of Lyrabar flees the court of his senile father and his unscrupulous advisors and finds sanctuary with the pirate Immurk on the Pirate Isles »

  • 1186 DR [Year of the Mesmer Pool]
  • Crown Prince of Lyrabar returns to his country from the Pirate Isles and becomes king of Lyrabar. »

  • 1338 DR [Year of the Wanderer]
  • In Impiltur, King Rilimbrar Heltharn, Queen Ilbritha, Prince Verimlaun, and Crown Prince Imphras IV die in a mysterious fire at Filur. The infant Prince Soarimbrar the Younger, a descendant of Velimbrar, is crowned king but Imphras's wife Sambryl takes the throne as Queen-Regent, moving the royal court to Lyrabar. »

  • 1351 DR [Year of the Crown]
  • King Soarimbrar Heltharn the Younger of Impiltur and his entire retinue are slain at the hands of unknown assassins while riding through farmlands outside Lyrabar shortly before his formal coronation. He is succeeded by his infants nephew Imphras V, and Sambryl remains Queen-Regent.

    This entry conflicts with another date of 1354 DR. »

  • 1373 DR [Year of Rogue Dragons]
  • Ches 12 Infernal abishai serving a cell of the Cult of the Dragon burn down Nightwind Academy in Lyrabar. »

  • Tarsakh 13 Granted an audience with the Council of Lords, the avariel Maestro Taegan Nightwind informs the Regent-Queen Sambryl and her ministers of a Cult of the Drgaon cell in the city of Lyrabar and of a lair within the Grey Forest. »