• 384 DR [Year of Dreaming Dragons]
  • Silverymoon Ford, a lowly wood and rope bridge, is built across the River Rauvin. »

  • 459 DR [Year of the Blooded Dagger]
  • Silverymoon Ford becomes Silver Village when a logging camp is built around the inn and bridge. »

  • 539 DR [Year of the Borrowed Crown]
  • Tellshyll "the Aged" becomes the first known wizard to live in Silverymoon. »

  • 555 DR [Year of Dances Perilous]
  • Ecamane Truesilver, the future first High Mage of Silverymoon is born in Suzail at the start of this year. He and his parents arrive in Myth Drannor by the year's end. »

  • 574 DR [Year of the Gored Griffon]
  • Silver Village grows to become Silverymoon and is one of the few thriving trading posts in the North at this time. Bynan "Two-Axes" Oakfeller becomes the first mayor. »

  • 590 DR [Year of the Turning Leaf]
  • Elf and human wizards from Ascalhorn, Eaerlann, Evereska, Silverymoon, and Myth Drannor raise a mythal over the Eaerlanni city of Glaurachyndaar, thereby establishing Myth Glaurach. »

  • 627 DR [Year of the Bloodcrystals]
  • Ecamane Truesilver and his nine apprentices arrive in Silverymoon. Claiming that five goddesses (Eldath, Mielikki, Lurue, Mystra, and Sehanine) drew them there, the mages create a school of magic pattered on elf teachings. »

  • 629 DR [Year of the Empty Hearth]
  • The Silver Lady's Library, named after Mielikki, is established adjacent to Ecamane' Truesilver's manse in Silverymoon. Ecaman donates his collection of rare tomes from Myth Drannor to the library. »

  • 631 DR [Year of the Lone Lark]
  • Mayor Artus Natek passes Silverymoon's mantle of leadership (the Warlord of Silverymoon) to his army commander Warlord Kieth, due to constant troubles with orcs. »

  • 634 DR [Year of the Darkspawn]
  • Battle of Brokenfang
    Warlord Kieth leads the fledgling army of Silverymoon and a cadre of mages to victory over the Granitefang orcs. »

  • 637 DR [Year of the Silver Sun]
  • Uktar Ecamane Truesilver, a student of Windsong Tower in Myth Drannor, becomes the first High Mage (ruler) of Silverymoon. Stone walls are constructed around the city's perimeter. »

  • 649 DR [Year of the Bloody Crown]
  • Aglanthol the Red, grandnephew to Ecamane Truesilver and future second High Mage of Silverymoon is born. »

  • 659 DR [Year of the Hunting Ghosts]
  • Known as the Year of Mage's Dawning in Silverymoon, 30 wizards from Myth Drannor and 20 wizards from elsewhere in the Realms migrate to the Gem of the North (Silverymoon) and begin establishing its role as a sister city to Myth Drannor and a center of magical and mundane learning. »

  • 671 DR [Year of the Shrouded Slayer]
  • Travelers become frequent between Ascalhorn and Silverymoon, and trade opens up with the dwarves of the North. »

  • 694 DR [Year of the Ominous Oracle]
  • The Circle of Flames and the wizards of Windsong Tower begin spiriting magical items and tomes (including the Scrolls Ardentym and the Keryfaertel) to safety. Many end up in Ascalhorn and Silverymoon in the trusted hands of colleagues there (in the cases of wizards not moving there themselves), though some wizards take off with their secrets for parts unknown over the next twelve years. »

  • 702 DR [Year of the Clutching Death]
  • Ederan Nharimlur "Catseye", the future third High Mage of Silverymoon is born. »

  • 712 DR [Year of the Lost Lance]
  • Tarsakh 11 Silvergate (Weeping War: Campaign #4)
    A.K.A.: The Second Siege of Myth Drannor, the Nameless Sacrifice, the Chosen's Choice
    The battle at Silvergate is one of the most storied and heroic tales of the entire Weeping War. The Army of Darkness was driven east, and its northern and southern factions merged and punched through the elf defenders on the western front as they pressed, allowing them a second charge on Myth Drannor. The bulk of this battle occurred among the streets of the old city Cormanthor, and its climax centered on the Silvergate, the magical gate to Silverymoon Pass.

    While the military fought bravely on all fronts, this battle was primarily one of magic and thus spearheaded by Spell-Major Josidiah Starym, Elminster, Symrustar Auglamyr, and the Nameless Chosen. With many elf forces exhausted from the previous battles, only the cavalry and two-thirds of the available Akh'Faer froces were in the city for its defense until the arrival after battle's start of the Wing cavalry, some gold, silver, and electrum dragon allies, and the three Chosen.

    The spellcasters and military worked together to isolate and destroy the reduced and tired battalions (the Cruelty, the Colossus, the Grievous, Battalion Arcane) of the Army of Darkness. In all, the Army of Darkness suffered the loss of a battalion's worth of troops, losing 11 marches and 4 regiments in the melee. Among them, four entire tribes of gnolls were totally destroyed as was the most powerful march in the Army, Cvor's all mezzoloth March of the Second Cruelty Regiment.

    Cvor's March ("the Whipmaster's March") laid siege to the Silvergate at highsun on the second day of battle. The Namelss Chosen became enraged by the destruction of his native city and the abrupt slaying of a trio of young bronze dragons that had emerged through the gate to lend aid requested a tenday ago. The Nameless One lost his temper and his patience.

    The Namelss exploded through the roof of one of the Six Tyrl Towers, his body glowing and his hair and robes ablaze in silver flames! He dove headlong into the amassed forces of the besieging Army, driving a wedge through the forces, he converged on the Silvergate, where Colonel Cvor and his mezzoloths stood. Fully aflame now, the Nameless reached out with his silver wings and flung the nycoloths into the gate, which opened at his merest word. Spelltraps lying in wait activated at his will, causing explosions that claimed more evil lives as he walked unharmed within them. Over 600 mezzoloths , goblins, and other creatures fell before the fury of the Nameless, and Myth Drannor's defenders rallied once more. With a large wedge driven into the Army's forces, the Akh'Faer and the cavalry had openings they could exploit and drive the Army before them.

    The razor-studded whip of Cvor wrapped about the throat of the Nameless One, and the two fell into the Silvergate. Flying to his aid, Elminster entered the Silvergate and shut the gate behind him to isolate Cvor's march. Back to back with the elder Elminster, he fought hundreds of mezzoloths within the rocky Silverymoon Pass, and the glow of his silvery form drew attention from Silverymoon.

    Colonel Cvor then used a captured elf artifact (the Harness of the Giant-Slayer Alayris) to grow to a giant's size and seize the flaming mage by hand and foot. Cvor brutally pulled the Nameless Chosen nearly in half by sheer strength! The explosion of magical power and fire utterly consumed Cvor and over 200 nearby mezzoloths. The Nameless One lay dying, his torso laid-open. The High Mage of Silverymoon, Ecamane Truesilver and his supporting wizard forces protected the body of the fallen Chosen from the remaining mezzoloths. Together, while the Nameless One was sent magically to Silverymoon for healing, Elminster and the elderly and frail Ecamane destroyed the gate to Myth Drannor, detonating it from within and at its exit. The explosions slew the remnants of the Fourth Regiment surrounding it at Myth Drannor as well as clearing Silverymoon Pass of its remaining brethren.

    As a result of this battle, Myth Drannor's forces won the day, but unknowingly paid a high price. Elminster was lost among the planes for a time, due to his task of destroying the gate from within, while Ecamane Truesilver died due to the strain of breaking the gate from its exit point at Silverymoon Pass. The Nameless Chosen lay like one dead for more than the next year. His elf nurse, gave him the name Akhellbhen; upon his awakening, the Nameless Chosen, once called Arun's Son is introduced to the new High Mage Aglanthol as Khelben Arunsun. His body healed but forever scarred across his chest and back where he was nearly torn in twain, he banishes his vanity and keeps the wedge of silver-white hair and beard to remind him of the silver flames dancing within it and how it does not make him invincible. It also signifies his debts, as it reminds him of Silverymoon and what he owes its people as well.

    Other major deaths of this battle includes Wollys Silvershield (high priest of Sehanine).

    This battle lasts until Tarsakh 13, 712 DR. »

  • Aglanthol the Red, grandnephew and apprentice to Ecamane Truesilver becomes the second High Mage of Silverymoon with the death of his granduncle, Ecamane. »

  • 714 DR [Year of Doom]
  • Kythorn 30 The Reprieve of Silver (Weeping War: Campaign #12)
    A.K.A.: The Crownfrost Crusade
    The Reprieve of Silver involved the happenstance arrival of the Seven of Silver via gateway from Silverymoon. They and some others of Cormanthyr sacrificed their lives to allow a dozen wizards (three elf teachers and nine apprentices, including the noble elf Elenaril, two elves, two half-elves, and four humans) to excape from Crownfrost Tower with their lives intact. With the gateway safely closed behind them, the Seven of Silver and their allies managed to seal the Crownfrost Tower in a massive prismatic sphere-like spell that kept Aulmpiter isolated from his primary troops for more than five days (during which time he slaughtered each and every one of his captors personally).

    Major deaths in this battle include the following:
    The Seven of Silver (unexpected allies from Silverymoon), Klaern Kadelaryn (senior mage-instructor of Crownfrost Tower); General Khitax (reassigned to the Vindakkar). »

  • 719 DR [Year of the Lost Lord]
  • Aglanthol the Red dies at the hands of a rogue demon summoned by a reckless wizard who was seeking to open a portal into the ruins of Myth Drannor. He is succeeded as High Mage of Silverymoon by Ederan "Catseye" Nharimlur. »

  • 728 DR [Year of the Sleeping Princess]
  • In Silverymoon, high Mage Ederan Nharimlur marries the elven princess Elenaril, one of the few escapees from fallen Myth Drannor. »