• 10 DR [Year of Dreams]
  • Mondar Bleth comes to the land that would become known as Suzail, but did not want to settle in the confines of the main village, instead choosing a glade a mile to the northwest, despite Ondeth disagreeing with this decision. Mondar and Ondeth eventually become good friends. »

  • 15 DR [Year of Glittering Glory]
  • Minda Bleth comes to the new settlement that would later be called Suzail to live with her brother Mondar. »

  • 16 DR [Year of Distant Thunder]
  • Iliphar Nelnueve's elves attack the farmstead of Mondar Bleth outside Suzail, killing all occupants because it violated the rules for settle ment they had set out with King Ondeth Obarskyr. Baerauble Etharr counsels Ondeth against further expansion into the Wolf Woods. In an effort to keep the peace between the humans and the elves, the massacre is blamed on a goblin raid. Minda Bleth (Mondar's sister) survived the attack because she was having an affair with Ondeth. Arphoind (Mondar's son) was also elsewhere and survived. »

  • 200 DR [Year of Leaping Flames]
  • The armies of Cormyr led by King Moriann defeat the goblinkin of Hlundadim north of Suzail and drives them out of the kingdom and into the Stonelands.
    The king's two sons and heirs are slain in these battles. »

  • 376 DR [Year of the Leaping Hare]
  • Baerauble Etharr summons Amedahast from Myth Drannor to study in Suzail and to eventually become his successor. She mets Prince Azoun I Obarskyr who tutors her on Cormyr. »

  • 429 DR [Year of the Cat's Eye]
  • King Duar Obarskyr sets out to defeat an orcish army in the King's Woods. In his absence, Duar's father-in-law Melineth Turcassan sells the city of Suzail to the pirate Magrath the Minotaur for five hundred sacks of gold. »

  • 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. »

  • 1018 DR [Year of the Dracorage]
  • Cormyr suffers greatly from dragon attacks throughout the kingdom. Arabel, Dhedluk, Eveningstar, and a score of other settlements go up in flames. Suzail itself is set upon by three red dragons and the Purple Dragon himself, Thauglorimorgorus. High Mage Thanderahast is grievously wounded in an aerial battle against Thauglor. Brought to the ground in the King's Forest, the dragon is finally slain by Crown Prince Azoun II (using the sword Orbyn) and the Mage Royal's apprentice Jorunhast. »

  • 1227 DR [Year of the Wall]
  • Dhalmass, the Warrior King of Cormyr, seizes the port city of Marsember. He and his queen Jhalass Huntsilver die under mysterious circumstances on their return to Suzail. The Fire Knives assassin guild is suspected. Palaghard II Obarskyr, Dhalmass's second son is crowned king. »

  • 1314 DR [Year of the Shadowtop]
  • The Leaves of Green (an artifact of Silvanus) is purchased in Scornubel by the merchant trader Aughen of Athkatla. Aughen had intended to take the tome to Sembia and there auction it, but his ship is sunk in Suzail by a golem rising up, appearing from the bottom of the harbor. In the wreck, the book vanishes again. »

  • 1356 DR [Year of the Worm]
  • Kythorn Another great flight of dragons raid the Dalelands and the surrounding area. Maddened dragons from the Great Gray Land of Thar attack Phlan and Yulash, they are reduced to rubble.

    Zhentil Keep is heavily damaged and Arabel, Hillsfar, and Suzail fight off powerful dragons.

    Sylune Silverhand, (who was living in Shadowdale at the time) defeated three dragon (one red) by breaking a staff of the magi in a retribution strike, Sylune also dies.

    Silverymoon is spared when a wave of dragons is diverted away. However, the city is in morning with Lady Alustriel Silverhand (Sylune's sister).

    The Cult of the Dragon claims responsibility, but the true cause remains a mystery. »

  • Alusair Nacacia Obarskyr, youngest daughter of Azoun IV, vanishes from Suzail. »

  • 1358 DR [Year of Shadows]
  • An army of sycamore trees besieges Suzail of Cormyr. »

  • 1367 DR [Year of the Shield]
  • Uktar Mongo, Blood of Ghellin gains access to Ironfang Keep and meets it inhabitants. He is next seen, beaten, at the Dragon's Jaws tavern in Suzail. He claims Ironfang is full of fiends who chant the names of those who are about to die in an effort to prevent the world from ending. Delirious, he is put to bed but the next morning, his remains are splattered about his room though there is no evidence of violence. »

  • 1369 DR [Year of the Gauntlet]
  • Dauneth Marliir goes to Suzail and meets Glarasteer Rhauligan, a local turret merchant, and they begin drinking in the Snout Room of The Roving Dragon, where he is introduced to Emthrara Undril, who he presumed to be a dancer. Emthrara gives him a scroll, appearing to be from Alusair Obarskyr, granting him access to the royal palace, and shows him a secret entrance. »

  • 1370 DR [Year of the Tankard]
  • Mirtul Elves of Selu'Maraar and Naramyr open small amounts of trade with the surface-world in Suzail and Selgaunt. Cormyr sends a representative down to Myth Nantar to open dialogue with the Dukar Orders, who is shocked to meet Jorunhast, the exiled Royal Mage. While this does not strain relations, it prevents the unscrupulous lesser Cormyrean nobles from abusing his welcome. »

  • 1379 DR [Year of the Lost Keep]
  • A Netherese spy is caught in Suzail. Princess Alusair Nacacia Obarskyr hangs the spy in a public square. This event touches off a short-lived conflagration of hostilities with the Shadovars, which comes to be called the Four Day War. »

  • 1476 DR [Year of the Fifth Circle]
  • The Mask Dance, an erotic dance in which the dancer wears nothing but a mask, takes Suzail by storm. »

  • 1477 DR [Year of the Purloined Statue]
  • The Dragonriders' Club, an expensive, risqué dancing club opens in Suzail. »

  • 1479 DR [Year of the Ageless One]
  • The ruins of Tethgard is the site of a bloody battle between the trio of Elminster, Storm Silverhand, and the Simbul against a company of War Wizards and Purple Dragons seeking to take them into custody.

    After finally admitting that they needed help saving the Realms, and having run out of easy-to-steal magic items to feed to the Simbul, Elminster seeks to gain access to artifacts known to contain the spirits of the Nine - objects powerful enough to pierce the wards surrounding the royal palace of Suzail or, Elminster believes, to permanently restore the Simbul's sanity. He also sought to recruit the efforts of a descendant of his, Amarune Whitewave.

    During one of his excursions into the palace, Elminster's body was destroyed by Manshoon, who had secretly been peeling away the Old Mage's contingency spells over several years. However, Manshoon departed before he realized that Elminster had survived his body's destruction as a pile of magical ash. With the agreement of Amarune and the aid of Storm, Elminster's essence was transferred to Amarune's body with the aid of a spell the ex-Chosen discovered in a cache once belonging to Azuth. He now "rides the mind" of his great-granddaughter, able to control her body's movements when he wishes.

    The Simbul is restored to sanity when Elminster and Storm feed her a Blueflame item. After her mind was restored, she subdues Manshoo and charges both Elminster and Manshoon to work to gather all the Blueflame items together. After the Simbul teleports away however, Manshoon turns on Elminster and blasts his human form to ashes, but could not destroy him. »

  • Marlin Stormserpent, a young noble of Suzail schemes with Manshoon, whom Marlin thought was a palace courier named Lothrae, to acquire as many of the artifacts of The Nine as possible. Marlin's family owned the Flying Blade and his brother had the Wyverntongue Chalice.

    With both of the Blueflame items, he calls forth the spirits of Treth Halonter and Relve Langral (former members of The Nine turned into blueflame ghosts by Myrkul) and orders them to kill a rival noble. The two spirits cut a bloody swath through Suzail.

    Marlin flees Suzail when the War Wizards discover his hand in summoning the blue flame ghosts. He is slain by Cymmarraa at a hunting lodge and she takes his Blueflame relics.

    Before his death, Marlin frees Mirt the Moneylender from his decades long imprisonment in a Blueflame axe. »