• 1094 DR [Year of the Crested Thrush]
  • Imnel IV Torlath is slain by the Skeletal Fingers thieves guild. Niskam "the Doomed" takes the throne of Amn. Later in the year, Niskam is slain by assassins hired by the Braethar merchant house, who places Imnel IV's bastard son, Rhor "the Lackey" on the throne. »

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

  • 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. »

  • 1142 DR [Year of the Sword's Oath]
  • The Monocles of Bagthalos is stolen by the Skeletal Fingers thieves guild. »

  • 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. »

  • 1255 DR [Year of the Raging Flame]
  • Marune the Masked helps found the Shadow Thieves, a guild based in the heart of Mount Waterdeep. »

  • 1262 DR [Year of the Black Wind]
  • The Shadow Thieves, previously a minor band of thieves openly tolerated as a recognized guild, grow in strength and influence throughout Waterdeep. »

  • 1273 DR [Year of the Wagon]
  • The Lord's Rule revives with Baeron and Shilarn Silmaeril, two long hidden Lords of Waterdeep, who slay the Lords Magister. Baeron becomes Open Lord of Waterdeep. The houses of Zoar and Gildeggh are outcast, and the Shadow Thieves are outlawed. »

  • 1298 DR [Year of the Pointed Bone]
  • Lhestyn, as the "Masked Lady", infiltrates the Shadow Thieves Guild of Waterdeep and exposes the guild. Within the span of a bloody week, the Shadow Thieves are either dead or fled from the city due to the Watch and the Lord's agents (like Lhestyn). »

  • 1303 DR [Year of the Evening Sun]
  • The Shadow Thieves begin construction on the training complex that will come to be known as the Assassin's Run. »

  • 1357 DR [Year of the Prince]
  • Alias and Dragonbait track down the makers of the Azure Bonds. In the process they destroy the evil mage Casandra of Westgate, the lich Xrie Praxis, the Fire Knives thieves guild, the fiend Phalse, and banish the god Moander from the Realms.

    Alias also saves the hin bard Olive Ruskettle from the red dragon Mistinarperadnacles Hai Draco (Mist), who was keeping the female bard so long as she kept him entertained. Alias challenges the dragon to a feint of honor and narrowly defeats Mist, honor bounding the dragon into her service.

    Later, Mist finds Olive in the protection of the saurial paladin Dragonbait, who also challenges her to a feint of honor. She loses and is honor bound to aid them in defeating the avatar of Moander.

    Moander, god of corruption, is accidentally woken from a magical slumber deep beneath the ruins of Yulash. He causes much devastation before being banished by the fiery breath of Mist. The gods destruction also causes the death of Mist. »

  • 1358 DR [Year of Shadows]
  • The Shadow Thieves of Amn lose their entire membership of the Shade Council and two-thirds of their assassin members with the death of Bhaal. In response, they undergo a sweeping reorganization. »