• 479 DR [Year of Forestsfrost]
  • Ogre Wars
    Prince Imnel Torlath and the armies of Amn clear the ogre-held passes through the Small Teeth, reopening trade between Murann and Crimmor. »

  • 661 DR [Year of the Bloody Tusk]
  • A charismatic ogre mage known only as the Horned Mage leads several small tribes of ogres from the Cload Peaks to join their kinfolk in the Small Teeth. There the Horned Mage raises an army that sacks the towns of Imnescar and Trademeet before the armies of Amn under the command of General Rashturl stops its advance. The Horned Mage vanishes, and his fate is never learned. »

  • 1095 DR [Year of the Dawndance]
  • The Skeletal Fingers thieves' guild wreaks havoc across Tethyr and Amn from hideouts in the Small Teeth. »

  • 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. »

  • 1362 DR [Year of the Helm]
  • Iryklathagra, now a great wyrm blue dragon, occupies the chapter house of the Skeletal Fingers thieves guild in the depths of the Small Teeth. She transforms the trap-filled citadel into a nigh-impregnable lair. »

  • 1370 DR [Year of the Tankard]
  • The ogre mages Sothillis and Cyrvisnea emerge from the Small Teeth with their army of goblins, kobolds, ogres, and hill giants (which they had been preparing over the past 14 years). They attack eastern Amn. After sacking Fort Ishla, the army of monsters attack Esmeltaran with complete surprise and quickly conquer the city. While the ogre mages did not find the Armory of Nedeheim under the castle of Dahaundar, they did find royal records dating back to Imnel's regime suggesting that the armory had been moved to the city of Murann after the Horned Mage's attack.

    The ogre mages then split their forces. Cyrvisnea led a host of goblins and kobolds west to Imnescar, where they and Cyricists of the Twin Towers of the Eclipse together sack the town. In Imnescar, Cyrvisnea searches the old armory hidden beneath the town, confirming that Prince Imnel had indeed looted it of its weapons centuries before. After leaving a garrison in Esmeltaran to occupy Amn's army, Sothillis leds the remainder of his forces southwest through Trademeet to the port city of Murann, where the monsters laid siege on Eleasias 22, 1370 DR aided by a naval blockade by the pirates of the Nelanther (who were contracted by the Rundeen).

    The siege grounds to a halt over the winter while the monsters fortified their rear flank against attack by Amn's army. »

  • 1374 DR [Year of Lightning Storms]
  • Mirtul 12 A de facto truce along the northern flanks of the Small Teeth is broken between Amn and the Sothillisian Empire when Sothillisian raiders overrun a large farm along the southern banks of the River Specie near the small fishing village of Kalathyr. Rumors suggest this raid is in retaliation for House Tanislove's privately funded hostilities, less than a tenday before, because the farm belongs to House Gheldieg, whose assets are now controlled by House Tanislove by dint of marriage between their principals. »

  • Mirtul 13 An elite company of adventurers, based at the western Tower of the Eclipse and said to be led by the half-ogre bastard son of Sothillis, mounts a daring prison break on the dungeons beneath the Black Spires of the Maiden, a temple of Loviatar in the Vale of Wailing Women in the eastern Small Teeth. All members of the Company of Rune-scribed Horns escape, along with a dozen ogres captured in the retaking of Esmeltaran. One of the ogres bring word that a clue was found in the last days of the siege suggesting that the Armory of Nedeheim is hidden deep beneath Murann, in the caverns of the Underdark once claimed by the Shanatarn kingdom of Xothaerin. »