• -412 DR [Year of Weary Kings]
  • The Orlson Dynasty in Seros ends, and the crown of Aryselmalyr passes to House Vesahliir of the barony of Naramyr. »

  • 771 DR [Year of the Stalking Knight]
  • The depths of the Dragonmere off Cormyr become the home to the sea elf kingdom of Naramyr, a former barony of Aryselmalyr. Sea elves resettle here after being refused to form colonies on the Hmur Plateau by Eadraal. Their best protection is the Haunted Plains, which keeps all but koalinth and other monsters from their borders. Alliacnes with Keryvyr also help. »

  • 942 DR [Year of the Circling Vulture]
  • End of the Eleventh Seros War
    This war destroys the central sea elf kingdom of Keryvyr, though the wizard and would-be coronal Nyratiis escape capture. Keryvyr's allies survive. Of the subordinate kingdoms and duchies of Aryselmalyr's golden era, only Naramyr and Selu Maraar survive. »

  • 1341 DR [Year of the Gate]
  • In Seros, Sylkiir celebrates as the High Mages Taranath Reefglamor and Yrlimn Tidark announce the first acceptance of students for High Magic study in over two hundred years. Their current student Pharom Ildacer of Naramyr becomes a tutor and High Mage. »

  • 1370 DR [Year of the Tankard]
  • Mirtul Elves of Selu'Maraar and Naramyr open small amounts of trade with the surface-world in Suzail and Selgaunt. Cormyr sends a representative down to Myth Nantar to open dialogue with the Dukar Orders, who is shocked to meet Jorunhast, the exiled Royal Mage. While this does not strain relations, it prevents the unscrupulous lesser Cormyrean nobles from abusing his welcome. »

  • Eleasis Direct trade opens between Cormyr, Myth Nantar, Naramyr, and Eadraal as the surface-worlders send down sculptures and pickled fruits, while the sea folk send up raw coral, gold bars, and other items lost to the sea bottom.

    The merchants of Westgate quickly realize that the long-standing presence of koalinth tribes in the waters offshore put their city at a severe trading disadvantage in comparison with Starmantle. »