• 1302 DR [Year of the Broken Helm]
  • Two noted adventurers from Waterdeep, Durnan and Mirt the Merciless, emerge from Undermountain bearing great wealth. »

  • 1322 DR [Year of Lurking Death]
  • The famous freebooter Mirt of Waterdeep is known to have had possession of the Lash of Loviatar (an artifact of Loviatar) for a few days. »

  • 1344 DR [Year of Moonfall]
  • The Flame of the Spirit (an artifact of Tymora) is seen in Skullport by Mirt the Moneylender. An anonymous mage who learned how to open the Flame into its tablet form is trying to sell it to discerning buyers as "a tome of many mighty magics from long-lost Netheril". He fled when Mirt tries to seize the Flame, and proves to have both dopplegangers and illithids among his loyal bodyguards. It takes over a dozen years for their attempts to slay Mirt to cease. »

  • 1355 DR [Year of the Harp]
  • The book "Lines I've Lived By" is written by Mirt of Waterdeep. »

  • 1357 DR [Year of the Prince]
  • Shandril Shessair, a young maiden from Deepingdale, is pursued across the Dalelands and into Cormyr by both the Zhentarim and the Cult of the Dragon. Aided by the Knights of Myth Drannor and shielded by Elminster, the Seven Sisters, and Mirt of Waterdeep, she succeeds in fleeing from her pursuers into the Heartlands and slaying the dracoliches Rauglothgor, Aghazstamn, and Shargrailar (in the process doing damage to Zhentil Keep and the Citadel of the Raven).

    She later kills a clone of Manshoon, collapses Irondrake Rock, and slays the lichnee Iliph Thraun

    When hunted down soon after by more Zhentarim and Cult of the Dragon agents, she immolates herself in a conflagration of spellfire. »

  • 1370 DR [Year of the Tankard]
  • Nightal After decades of uninterrupted sleep in a ruin nestled into Skullport's cavern wall, Vulharindauloth, a gigantic elder black dragon, was awoken several years ago during a slow day in Skullport by a battle between the late, unlamented eye tyrant Xuzoun and it's agents (on one hand) and Durnan, Mirt the Moneylender, and Asper (on the other). After a murderous rampage through the streets of Skullport, the warm was finally driven off by the concerted actions of three Skulls and their attendant wizshades and vassal skulls. Now the Lower Port is abuzz with rumors that Vulharindauloth had been seen again, this time in the Skull Pool. The wyrm has apparently returned and taken up residence in an extensive network of flooded caverns that link to the bottom of the Skull Pool basin in the waters just offshore from the Keeper Enclave. The Iron Ring is said to have dispatched at least three emissaries in the hope of forestalling regular attacks on its slave pens by the warm, but none of its envoys have yet returned. »

  • 1479 DR [Year of the Ageless One]
  • Marlin Stormserpent, a young noble of Suzail schemes with Manshoon, whom Marlin thought was a palace courier named Lothrae, to acquire as many of the artifacts of The Nine as possible. Marlin's family owned the Flying Blade and his brother had the Wyverntongue Chalice.

    With both of the Blueflame items, he calls forth the spirits of Treth Halonter and Relve Langral (former members of The Nine turned into blueflame ghosts by Myrkul) and orders them to kill a rival noble. The two spirits cut a bloody swath through Suzail.

    Marlin flees Suzail when the War Wizards discover his hand in summoning the blue flame ghosts. He is slain by Cymmarraa at a hunting lodge and she takes his Blueflame relics.

    Before his death, Marlin frees Mirt the Moneylender from his decades long imprisonment in a Blueflame axe. »