• -359 DR [Year of Boiling Moats]
  • Borem, one of the Seven Lost Gods, becomes active after long years of appearing as a simple muddy river. After a hot summer, the river broke it's banks and became a lake in the space of a tenday of rainfall.

    In their quest for godhood, the Dead Three (Bane, Bhaal, and Myrkul) attack Borem in his home plane after making the connection between him and the river. The three slay Borem and steel his heart, which they bore to Mezeketh Isle and buried it there. »

  • -357 DR [Year of Sycophants]
  • A coalition of many peoples and races led by the three mortals who would become known as the Dead Three (Bane, Myrkul, and Bhaal), manages to bind the primordial Maram of the Great Spear (one of the Seven Lost Gods) and seal him back in the Elemental Chaos near Rystall Wood. »

  • -350 DR [Year of Craven Words]
  • Hassk summons the elder evil, Hargut of the Gray Pestilence, to combat a goblinoid horde. Hargut slays tens of thousands of goblins, consigning their souls to the Barrens of Doom and Despair.

    While Hargut was busy, three humans who would come to be known as the Dead Three, attacks and nearly slays Haask, revealing his true form as a doppleganger of the elder batrachi race. As Haask lay dying, the Dead Three persuade him to agree to a ritual that binds him and Hargut together as one entity under the command of the three. Hargut agrees and together they become Haask, Voice of Hargut, a fell entity bound to the Ironfang Keep and who would create many abominations and chimeric creatures. »

  • 106 DR [Year of the Adamantine Spiral]
  • Crusaders of Myrkul from the Castle of Al'hanar attack and (temporarily) destroy the Everlasting Wyrm, the dracolich that had been guarding the prison of the demon lord Eltab. While plundering the dracolich's hoard, the followers of Myrkul discover the demon and, in exchange for ninety-nine years of service to the Church of Myrkul, agree to release Eltab from his binding. With Eltab's aid, the followers of Myrkul seize control of the city of Shandaular in the Council Hills and establish the theocracy of Eltabranar, encompassing most of the Eastern Shaar. »

  • 922 DR [Year of the Spouting Fish]
  • The great black wyrm Chardansearavitriol becomes a dracolich with the aid of Strongor Bonebag, a charismatic Priest of Myrkul with ties to the Cult of the Dragon »

  • 1202 DR [Year of the Dragon Alter]
  • The dracolich Chardansearavitiriol's physical form crumbles into dust from the baleful influence of the god Myrkul. Followers of Myrkul travel to the Mere of Dead Men to see this supposed miracle of their god, and the Ebondeath Sect slowly forms. »

  • 1272 DR [Year of the Shrieker]
  • Zhentarim wizards and priests of Bane and Myrkul raise an army of undead, orcs and other creatures to asault Silverymoon but are repelled by Alustriel Silverhand and her Spellguard. »

  • 1355 DR [Year of the Harp]
  • Stallac Benadi, former High Imperceptor of Bane and Banelich receives a vision from Bane who tells him to prepare (for Bane and Myrkul were preparing to steal the Tablets of Fate, which causes the Time of Troubles).

    Soon after the events of the Time of Troubles, Cyric appears to Stallac seeking his adoration and support in the conquest of Zhentil Keep and the rest of the Moonsea. Stallac spurns Cyric. Cyric empowers his convert, Chrinson Navham to deal with Stallac. To aid Chrinson, Cyric turns him into a burnbones. »

  • 1358 DR [Year of Shadows]
  • Kythorn 15 Because of the plot of Bane and Myrkul to steal the Tablets of Fate and gain greater divine power, the over-god Ao casts the gods to Faerun in mortal form (although very powerful mortals). »

  • Flamerule 25 Myrkul brings back Bane into Fzoul Chembryl during the Time of Troubles. »

  • Marpenoth Maddgoth grows careless and lures a wizard known as Bhellis Malysax and a trio of apprentices into his castle on the promise that he knew of a way to counteract the magical chaos of the time. After Maddgoth captured and imprisoned the enchantress and two of her apprentices in his castle, Bhellis' newest apprentice, the young Syriana, revealed herself to be Ynim Ceriople, a wizards working secretly at the behest of Open Lord Piergeiron.
    During the spell battle that followed, Ynim and Bhellis are slain, but they managed to allow the two apprentices to escape back to the city with the knowledge of Maddgoth's activities.

    Once the extent of Phyrgoth's madness was known, a group of wizards is dispatched to the townhouse to dispel the magic of the two-way gate. The presiding guild mage, one Maxehl Khovtoll, pronounced it destroyed in a report to the city. Unknown to the watch or the Lords, Maxehl and his compatriots planned on using the gate and taking all of Maddgoth's possessions for themselves. The case is never followed up on, since the distractions of the following days included Myrkul's minions invading Waterdeep! »

  • Marpenoth 15 A great battle in Waterdeep sees Myrkul destroyed by Midnight, Shar and Selune do battle. Cyric slays Kelemvor Lyonsbane with his sword Godsbane (actually an aspect of the god Mask). The Tablets of Fate are returned to Overlord Ao, creator of the Realms and of the gods themselves. He descends upon Toril and speaks to its inhabitants. Lord Ao declares that all gods become servants to their followers, that Midnight take Mystra's place as Goddess of Magic, and that Cyric shall take control of what was left undone by the deaths of Myrkul, Bane, and Bhaal. And, while Cyric found this responsibility quite an honor, Lord Ao was unsure he'd continue with that reasoning.

    Siamorphe manifests in Waterdeep and protects North and Sea Wards from much of the damages caused by Myrkul's Legions. »

  • The Ebondeath Sect in the Mere of Dead Men collapses with the destruction of Myrkul. »

  • Some of the energy released when Bane, Bhaal, and Myrkul were slain combines to form a race of forsaken beings called the kir-lanan »

  • 1368 DR [Year of the Banner]
  • Vraer of Scornubel, the self-styled First Lord Worshiper of the Dread Master of Death (a title Kelemvor now frowns upon), writes the Testament of Vraer (an artifact of Kelemvor) during the winter of this year. Vraer is formerly a devout priest of Myrkul, and the ascension of Kelemvor seems to have shattered his mind. »

  • 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. »