• -374 DR [Year of Shattering]
  • With Calimport all but abandoned due to the Empire Plague (which Calimshan blames on Jhaamdath), priests of Talona attempt to conquer the city and plunder its riches to build a temple to their goddess of poisons. Many of those who remain in Calimport are rogues, escaped slaves, and necromancers. For a time, the capital becomes known as the Rogues' City. »

  • -373 DR [Year of Whispering Stones]
  • The Basilica of Night, Shar's impressive seat of power in Calimport, remains one of the few places in the city that is not fully controlled by Talona. Skirmishes around the temple in the Joadhruz Sabban (now the Sabban Bakkal) grow more and more violent. In Eleint of this year, the Basilica finally falls to Talona's forces, but Shar's priests collapse the temple upon their foes. The bulk of the temple's wealth and reliquaries are moved to their new home within an ancient temple in the undercity, and it will soon be called the Temple of Old Night. »

  • -370 DR [Year of Rent Armor]
  • Hammer The Empire Plague ends. Syl-Pasha of Calimshan, Akkab el Evyrtaan reenters Calimport and initiates a bloodbath that destroys all those who remain in the city as traitors or plague carriers. Many folk, including the clergy of Talona that ruled the city, survive by fleeing into the Muzad (undercity). »

  • -33 DR [Year of Slowing Sands]
  • The Netherese state of Asram (in the present-day Anauroch Desert) falls victim to a plague sent by Talona, from which there are no survivors. In the spring months that led up to what many call a repeat of the Dark Disaster, cattle are found dead in the fields and crops withered and died, sometimes overnight. During the first week eleasius, however, the plague struck the entire nation. Few survived.

    This seems to have been the result of the interloper goddess Kiputytto attacking the goddess Talona, using the city of Phelajarama as a battleground. Talona gained the upper hand by plaguing the city, forcing the inhabitants to pray to her. Kiputytto struck back with similar method; however her plagues overcame the curative resources of the city and left the population dead in less than a month. In the aftermath, Talona slew Kiputytto. »

  • 200 DR [Year of Leaping Flames]
  • The Rogue Fires
    All of northern and western Calimport (Firewalls shield the docks from fires set by opposing rogue factions to gain control of upper city); 60% population of Upper Calimport die in the fires. The temples of Bane, Talona, and Mystra plus numerous villas also are lost to the fires. »

  • 1150 DR [Year of the Scourage]
  • Waterdeep is hit hard by the plague that is affecting all throughout the Sword Coast. The situation is made worse due to constant attacks by trolls and orcs. Worship of Talona and Loviatar soars. »

  • 1358 DR [Year of Shadows]
  • Talona meets with the wizard Aballister and gives him the Chaos Curse. She them leads him to Castle Trinity, the northern Snowflake Mountains. »

  • 1360 DR [Year of the Turret]
  • At the behest of Talona, Castle Trinity in Erlkazar begins its campaign of conquest. »

  • 1361 DR [Year of Maidens]
  • Flamerule Barjin, the cleric of Talona and ally of Aballister, plans to destroy the Edificant Library using the Chaos Curse, but is killed by Cadderly Bonaduce, the Chosen of Deneir.

    Ragnor, a half-ogre from Castle Trinity, is killed by Elbereth and Cadderly Bonaduce. »

  • 1362 DR [Year of the Helm]
  • The Rotting Man, a monstrous servant of Talona, appears in the Rawlinswood. »

  • 1367 DR [Year of the Shield]
  • Hammer The Spotted Plague wracks Iriaebor. The fact that it struck in winter alarms authorities who link it to tattooed men and women seen in the city only scant weeks before the outbreak. They are suspected to have been followers of Talona. »

  • 1370 DR [Year of the Tankard]
  • Uktar A handful of sects, including followers of Ilmater, Shar, and Talona, have dispatched small bands of priests to minister to the people of Skullport and combat the epidemic suffered by those who had ingested spoiled food. Although Skulkers are glad for the presence of the additional healers, some grouse that the various religious factions are simply intent on gaining a foothold in the Port of Shadows. Curiously, the Skulls seem strangely tolerant of the open display of faith, although long-time residents predict that the Skulls will enforce their traditional prohibition on public displays of religious activity once the epidemic is contained. »

  • 1371 DR [Year of the Unstrung Harp]
  • The Rotting Man, the chosen of Talona, and his army overruns Dun-Tharos (in the Rawlinswood), driving the nentyarch, the leader of the druid circle of Leth into exile at Yeshelmarr (in the Forest of Lethyr) of the Great Dale. »

  • 1372 DR [Year of Wild Magic]
  • Mirtul 2 The Talontar blightlords, led by the Rotting Man, begin mustering a blightspawned army to crush the Circle of Leth and raze the Great Dale. »

  • 1373 DR [Year of Rogue Dragons]
  • A failed mystical rite in which an abomination is weened on the blood of a god, traps the Rotting Man in Dun-Tharos and raises hundreds of ancient demons in the Rawlinswood who slaghters all of the Talontar Blightlords. »