• 450 DR [Year of the Corrie Fist]
  • Iryklathagra goes to pick over the bones of the Shoon Imperium on the fourth day of the Shoonarch Conflagration, the great fire set by Tethyr's army.

    After a brief talk with King Strohm, the great wyrm blue dragon destroys and plunders buildings among the Imperial Mount above city proper and claims much hidden magic for her own, including Ghazir the Desert's Edge, which had been fabricated with magical lore gleaned from the long dead silver dragon, Rhimnasarl's research.

    Many of the treasures Iryklathagra seized were once part of Rimnasarl's hoard or had been derived from the lore seized from the great silver dragon by Q ysar Shoon IV. (Janhyra's Tome, also known as the Tome of Secrets, was one of the few artifacts that lay within the vaults of Shoonach not to fall into her claws, and she spends much time trying to track them down). Sharpfangs keeps to his word and never uses Tethyr as a hunting ground. »

  • 1018 DR [Year of the Dracorage]
  • Iryklathagra emerges from her lair and joins the massive flight of dragons ravaging Faerun. In a series of conflicts that lasted for nearly a month, Sharpfangs battled the defenders of Mintarn along the shores of the Lake of Steam, devastating that city and sinking many local ships in the process. When Iryklathagra finally retreated to her lair, she left Mintar largely in ruins. A few surviving magelords, who for years had labored to acquire power in the shadows of Mintar's government, emerges as the new leaders of the city by promising to protect the populace from future wyrm attacks. »

  • 1128 DR [Year of the Peryton]
  • The Magelords of Mintarn rebuild their city after the attack by Iryklathagra during the last rage of dragons and plot their revenge against the dragon also known as Sharpfangs. Although their magical divinations finally revealed the site of the blue dragon's lair, plans by the magelords to destroy Iryklathagra were forstalled by their own defeat at the hands of the Harpers. In the chaos that ensued in Mintarn, the lore regarding Sharpfangs that had been gathered by the magelords fell into the hands of the Skeletal Finger thieves guild, a band of rogues active throughout the South. »

  • 1162 DR [Year of the Prancing Centaur]
  • Members of the Skeletal Fingers thieves guild invade Iryklathagra's lair in hopes of stealing some of her legendary hoard, but they succeed only in awakening the blue wyrm from a long sleep. Enraged by their temerity, Sharpfangs retailiated by attacking the Skeletal Finger's secret redoubt in the depths of the Small Teeth and slaying every member of the guild.

    Because of her former lair's inviolability had been compromised, she then moves into the guild's vacant stronghold, transforming it into a nearly impregnable lair.

    Among the many coins, jewels, and artifacts, she recovers the Monocle of Bagthalos, a little known relic sacred to Helm. »

  • 1373 DR [Year of Rogue Dragons]
  • Iryklathagra succumbs to the Dracorage and attacks and shatters the eastern tower of the Twin Towers of the Eclipse before returning to her lair.

    Her lust for destruction unsated, she reemerges from the Imperial Mount at the heart of Shoonach (suggesting the existence of a portal linking her lair to the ruined imperial capital) and flies south to Calimport. Barred by a mythal from unleashing her fury on the Pasha's Sabban, home the Symbolic heir to the qysars of Shoon, Sharpfangs turns her wrath against the nearby Plaza of Divine Truth. During the battle with the temple's defenders, Iryklathagra's sweeping tail shatters the legendary Idol of Bhaelros, thus triggering an ancient prophecy. An aspect of Bhaelros (Talos) manifests in the middle of the courtyard astride an enslaved great brass wyrm. The resultant battle destroys most of Palace Ward (with the notable exception of the Pasha's Sabban) before Sharpfangs was finally driven off. »