• -153 DR [Year of the Starry Shroud]
  • Human survivors of Jhaamdath's fall migrate north across the Sea of Fallen Stars to settle the lands along the southern slopes of the Earthfast Mountains. The first of these settlements is founded and named Proeskampalar (present-day Procampur). »

  • Proeskampalar (later renamed Procampur) is founded by dwarves from Earthfast and quickly become an important trading partner of Westgate due to an influx of refugees from fallen Jhaamdath. »

  • 1164 DR [Year of Long Shadows]
  • Immursk the Invincible, greatest of the Inner Sea pirates, begins his piracy career. He raids a merchant ship of Procampur, capturing the fabulous crown intended for use in crowning Cormyr's new king, Palaghard I Obarskyr. This even marks the rise of piracy in the Inner Sea. The nations of the Inner Sea begin building their own warships, seeking to defend their merchant fleets and hunt the pirates in their own lairs. »

  • 1246 DR [Year of Burning Steel]
  • The orc warlord Fottergrim and the magelord Archlis leads a mixed horde of goblins, hobgoblins, bugbears and some half-breed rogues against Tsurlagol. When they successfully enter the city, numerous local humanoinds join Fottergrim's army.

    Fortunately, the Thultyrl of Procampur honors his treaty with Tsurlagol and moves his armies to free it's sister city. The Thultyrl hires an adventuring band called the Siegebreakers (a band of sappers). In their expedition the Siegebreakers discover the Moaning Diamond beneath Tsurlagol. The Siegebreakers divert a river beneath Tsurlagol, and combined with Archlis using the Moaning Diamond, the southwestern and western walls of the city are collapsed. Fottergrim and Archlis are slain and Procampur's armies victorious.

    Fottergrim's silver-plated skull is mounted on a pillar halfway between the two cities as a warning against threatening Procampur's allies. »

  • 1344 DR [Year of Moonfall]
  • Samas Kul arranges the concession of a small Thayan Quarter in the city of Procampur, creating the first of the Thayan enclaves. »

  • 1357 DR [Year of the Prince]
  • Orn Thavil becomes high priest of the Lady's Happy Hall, a temple of Tymora in Procampur. »

  • 1358 DR [Year of Shadows]
  • Oghma calls on his Grand Patriarch, Cullen Kordamant, in Procampur during the Time of Troubles and disappears.
    As a result of the disappearance of the Grand Patriarch, a schism forms in the church. The main branch, the Orthodox Church of Oghma in Procampur, believes that Kordamant has ascended to to serve as Oghma's proxy. A rival group, the Church of Oghma in Sembia, names a new Grand Patriarch, despite there being no verification that Kordamant was no longer the Grand Patriarch. The Orthodox Church of Oghma refuses to accept this. »

  • 1367 DR [Year of the Shield]
  • Marpenoth A plague known as featherlung strikes Procampur. Hundreds die in the poor district and other districts are blamed for its spread due to their slow reaction. It was spread further when the afflicted travelled to the temples of Helm and Torm to be cured, so a cleric of Lliira, Baniya Dolester, and a cleric of Tymora, Orn Thavil, ventured into the poor district to set up a shrine. Those two are reprimanded by the Thultryl for their actions, despite the fact that they obviously prevented the plague from spreading further.

    A mob forms, accusing a sailor from Prespur (a pirate) of being a priestess of Talona because of her tattoos. The pirate is lynched. »

  • 1368 DR [Year of the Banner]
  • The temple to Tymora, The Lady's Favor, is completed in Sevenecho in the Vast. Randolph dul Umast is appointed its first high priest by his superiors at the Lady's Happy Hall in Procampur. »