• 523 DR [Year of Trials Arcane]
  • Realm of Three Crowns
    The raising power of orc hordes in the North leads to the calling of the Council of Axe and Arrow. There, the humans of Delimbiyran, the dwarves of Dardath, the elves of Ardeep Forest, the gnomes of Dolblunde, and displaced halflings from Meiritin collectively found the Tri-Crowned Kingdom of Phalorm. The aging Ulbaerag rejects an invitation to join the Realm of Three Crowns. »

  • Nejizar, the new dark naga, establishes rule over the serpentfolk thanks in large part to its alliance with a dozen spirit naga. By this time, however, the Tricrowned Kingdom of Phalorm has claimed the High Moor and begun constructing a chain of fortresses along the western border of the Serpent Hills. »

  • 528 DR [Year of the Burning Sky]
  • Phalorm's armies slaughter the Howltusk orc horde at the House of Stone, but their human King Javilarhh "the Dark" Snowsword is slain. »

  • 557 DR [Year of the Melding]
  • An army of hobgoblins devastates the dwarf Duchy of Hunnabar, which is centered above the underground city of Kanaglym near present-day Dragonspear Castle. Phalorm's armies destroy the hobgoblins, but the elf king, Ruardh Lightshiver, is slain. »

  • Nejizar sends yuan-ti infiltrators south to the Reaching Woods to incite the hobgoblin tribes to march against Phalorm. Ultimately the hobgoblins are repelled and the serpentine provocateurs assassinated. This defeat forces the serpentfolk of Najara to retreat into the Serpent Hills. »

  • 568 DR [Year of the Pernicious Hauberk]
  • The armies of Phalorm defend the neighboring realm of Yarlith from attacks by orcs led by the frost giant Horthgar. »

  • 579 DR [Year of the Cultured Rake]
  • Torghatar, Phalorm's dwarf king, falls to duergar assassins near present-day Ironford. »

  • 592 DR [Year of the Supreme Duelist]
  • Troll forces attack southern Phalorm. The dwarves abandon the Duchy of Hunnabar and relocate to the northern Duchy of Dardath. »

  • 604 DR [Year of the Immured Imp]
  • The armies of Phalorm drive off an orc horde that besieges Secomber. Ellatharion, Phalorm's elf king, leads an army of elves and halflings into the High Forest in pursuit of the orcs, and neither king nor army returns. »

  • 612 DR [Year of the Jester's Smile]
  • The armies of Phalorm and their allies in the North crush the Everhorde south of Triboar, but their victory comes at the cost of many lives. The casualties include Lathlaeril "Leafspear", the elf king. »

  • 614 DR [Year of the Shattered Scepter]
  • Two orc hordes attack Phalorm, a realm that has already been gravely weakened by the Everhorde. The dwarf king Oskilar of Phalorm dies in battle with the second horde, and Dolblunde is sacked and pillaged. Phalorm's northern armies, still mopping up the remnants of the Everhorde, move south to defend the realm but are driven into Uthtower. »

  • 615 DR [Year of the Lamia's Kiss]
  • In response to Uthtower's call for aid, the lich Iniarv floods the land, drowning the armies of Uthtower, Phalorm, and the orcs and forming the Mere of Dead Men. The orcs flee into the Sword Mountains, and Phalorm (the Fallen Kingdom, as it comes to be known) collapse when its Fair Folk abandon Faerun for Evermeet. Ardeep remains an elf realm in name only. »

  • 616 DR [Year of the Ensorceled Kings]
  • Delimbiyran, the human kingdom of Phalorm, claims all the lands of that realm and establishes a new alliance with gnome and halflings of the area. The new realm is called the Kingdom of Man. »

  • 882 DR [Year of the Curse]
  • Moon elf refugees from Eaerlann resettle Ardeep and rebuilt the realm. A brief alliance with the humans dwelling along the Delimbiyr and the dwarves of the Forlorn Hills founders because of lingering suspicious about the role of humans in the fall of Ascalhorn, later to be known as Hellgate Keep. This alliance is dubbed the Fallen Kingdom (the same name already given to Phalorm), much to the confusion of later historians. »

  • 1255 DR [Year of the Raging Flame]
  • The famed adventurer Daeros Dragonspear seizes a fortune in gems from a beholder lairing in the lost, subterranean city of Kanaglym, in the depths of what was once Phalorm's Duchy of Hunnabar, and decides to retire. The bearded half-dwarf chooses the lair of the copper dragon Halatathlaer as the site of his castle. Dwarves are welcomed at Dragonspear Castle, and soon the outer ward fills with small stone cottages and delvings beneath them. »