• -625 DR [Year of Molten Fury]
  • A party of adventurers finally tracked the red dragon Embercoat back to its lair. Entering the dragon's lair, the party fought a valiant battle against the wyrm, but are killed after inflicting severe wounds upon the dragon. Only the party's paladin, Reliaz Justmarch, crawled back to a nearby trail to be found by a passing merchant.

    The following spring, the recovered paladin faces Embercoat as it approaches for another raid of Frothwater. Seeing one of the creatures that had wounded it so terribly. Embercoat landed and fights the paladin in a vicious battle that claims both of their lives. The city, however, is saved. »

  • -425 DR [Year of Ancestral Voices]
  • Paladins of Osiris destroy the Mulhorandi city of Sekras. »

  • -137 DR [Year of Blooded Sunsets]
  • The paladin Gen Soleilon of Lathander leads a company that destroys the vampire Orlak "the Night King" and is crowned the new king of Westgate. Gen becomes known as "the Radiant King". »

  • 642 DR [Year of the Sifting Sands]
  • Bellodar III "the Sage King" Durlarven becomes king of Impiltur with the death of his father Bellodar II. Bellodar III's three sisters marry paladin brothers from lands across the Inner Sea. »

  • The Triad Crusade / Fiend Wars
  • 729 DR to 731 DR
    An army dedicatd to Tyr, Torm, and Ilmater led by the paladin Sarshel Elethlim travels by sea to ravaged Impiltur and begins the Fiend Wars against the Scaled Horde. »

  • 729 DR [Year of the Twisted Horn]
  • Battle of Horned Heads
    The paladin Belthar Garshin slays Agrosh "the Scaled" Tarrik, the self-styled king of Impiltur, at the Battle of Horned Heads, leaving the throne of this kingdom vacant for the next two years. The succubus Soneillon narrowly escapes with her life. »

  • 732 DR [Year of the Proud Father]
  • Sarshel Elethlim is crowned the first paladin-king of Impiltur with the newly reformed and consecreated Crown of Narfell. He establishes the Elethlim Dynasty of that realm.

    King Sarshel establishes the Order of the Triad (a paladin order dedicated to Tyr, Ilmater, and Torm) as a home for those who had survived the Fiend Wars. »

  • 734 DR [Year of the Splendid Stag]
  • Halanter I Elethlim becomes the second Paladin-King of Impiltur with the death of his father Sarshel.

    In the early days of Halanter's reign, the Greatsword of Impiltur, forged by the dwarves of Earthfast, is completed and presented to the king. »

  • 765 DR [Year of the Cowl]
  • Erynd I "the Penitent" Elethlim becomes the third Paladin-King of Impiltur with the death of his father Halanter I. »

  • 786 DR [Year of the Moaning Gorge]
  • The Battle of Moaning Gorge
    Ndulu's army is met by the great-grandsons of King Sarshel Elethlim and the Order of the Triad at the mouth of a gorge that leads deep into the Earthspurs, just outside the gates of the Citadel of Conjurers. Employing three shields - Kimeltaar, Naelotaar, and Dizeltaar - and the sword Demonbane (although the Greatsword of Impiltur is not found), the Paladin Princes form a vortex portal and through it drive Ndulu and his horde back into the Abyss. In his final act, Ndulu shatters two of the shields, Naelotaar and Dizeltaar, and their bearers, Crown Prince Essys and Prince Araln. Nord, the youngest of the three, is named crown prince and heir to the throne of Impiltur.

    In his wake, the balor left the Moaning Crown of Ndulu (made from the released crown-wraiths that were released from the shattered Crown of Narfell), for it could not pass beyond this plane. Recognizing the Crown as the fell echo of the Crown of Narfell, but unable to destroy it, Prince Nord secretly carries it (using the blade Felthann's ghost touch ability to manipulate it) to the depths of the Citadel of Conjurers and places it amid the other Narfelli artifacts that lay therein.

    Crown Prince Essys and Prince Araln are slain in the fighting. Nord, the youngest of the three, is named crown prince and heir to the throne. »

  • Harrowing of Nord
  • 788 DR to 806 DR
    Nord "Demonbane" Elethlim is crowned Paladin-King of Impiltur (with the death of his father Erynd I) and begins a campaign to ferret out and hunt down all fiends and fiend-worshippers throughout the kingdom with the help of the Order of the Triad. »

  • 811 DR [Year of Many Tears]
  • Halanter II Elethlim becomes the fifth Paladin-King of Impiltur with the death of his father Nord. »

  • 844 DR [Year of the Midnight Sun]
  • Beldred I "Fiendslayer" Elethlim becomes the sixth Paladin-King of Impiltur with the death of his father Halanter II. Beldred I reestablishes the post of Mage Royal at court. »

  • 863 DR [Year of the Wondrous Sea]
  • Beldred II Elethlim becomes the seventh Paladin-King of Impiltur with the death of his father Beldred I. »

  • 1097 DR [Year of the Gleaming Crown]
  • End of the Kingless Years
    Imphras I "the Great" defeats the hobgoblin horde that invaded Impiltur and is crowned the eighth Paladin-King of re-founded Impiltur and establishes the Heltharn Dynasty. Imphras I is decendant of the line of paladins who married into the Durlarven line in the time of Bellodar III. Thus ends the Kingless Years of Impiltur. Imphras I marries Soargar's apprentice, Sambral. »

  • 1122 DR [Year of the Rose Pearls]
  • Queen Sambral dies, and after grieving for her, Imphras I Heltharn soon passes as well. Their son and eldest child Imbrar becomes the ninth Paladin-King of Impiltur. Imbrar goes to the tower of Soargar and gathers the Crown of Narfell and the five score blades that are collectively called Soargar's Legacy. As king, Imbrar dones the Crown of Narfell, making it the official crown of the king of Impiltur. »

  • 1158 DR [Year of the Blood Tusk Charge]
  • The first mention of the Veloghon of Vigilance (an artifact of Torm in the form of a shield) in the writings of Thontoros the Learned, Sage of the Just Gods (who studied the clergy and deeds of other followers of Helm, Ilmater, Torm, and Tyr). Writing of the defense of the vanished citadel of Lothtia on the Shining Plains by the Paladins of the Hand (the Twelve Champions of Torm). Thontoros tells that the paladin Harondath bore the shield, and "bathed it in the blood of the orcs of Thoktor Ironfangs". »

  • 1183 DR [Year of the Grisly Ghosts]
  • Paladins of Osiris, one of the god kings of Mulhorand, clears the River of Swords of were-crocodiles and worshippers of the crocodile god Sebek. The were-crocodiles re-locate to the Adder River Delta. »

  • 1212 DR [Year of Ocean's Wrath]
  • Galthont "the Inspirer", a young but capable swordsman, begins touring the Moonsea North, working as a caravan guard and personal bodyguard. Wherever he went, Galthont kept an eye out for warriors who exhibited noble loyalty and diligent obedience and inspired them to the worship of Torm. Many worldly paladins credit the Inspirer with their start in Torm's faith. »

  • 1247 DR [Year of the Purple Basilisk]
  • The paladin Corwin Freas, leading a band of adventurers, defeats the dragon Anaglathos. Corwin Freas is declared the new Lord of Turmish. »

  • 1248 DR [Year of the Cockatrice]
  • Adventurers under the command of Endruth Immister, the "Unicorn Knight" (a paladin of Tyr) of Westgate, finds the Leaves of Green (an artifact of Silvanus) among the Ghost Holds of Battledale along with a huge sword whose blade was a leafy spar of living oak. They bring both items carefully back to Westgate, to the druid Raevarl. Raevarl's Circle of Silvanite priests examine the tome and the sword carefully. »