• Procession of Justice
  • -247 DR to -238 DR
    Tyr, god of war and justice, bursts forth from a portal near modern-day Alaghon in Turmish, then leads a force of two hundred archons across the Vilhon Reach in an effort to pacify the remnants of ancient Jhaamdath, which had fallen into lawlessness. Tyr's host slays Valigan Thirdborn, a lesser deity of anarchy. »

  • -243 DR [Year of the Rack]
  • Tyr's actions and sacrifices during the Procession of Justice attract the attention of the previously obscure Ilmater, who joins forces with Tyr. »

  • The Triad Crusade / Fiend Wars
  • 729 DR to 731 DR
    An army dedicatd to Tyr, Torm, and Ilmater led by the paladin Sarshel Elethlim travels by sea to ravaged Impiltur and begins the Fiend Wars against the Scaled Horde. »

  • 732 DR [Year of the Proud Father]
  • Sarshel Elethlim is crowned the first paladin-king of Impiltur with the newly reformed and consecreated Crown of Narfell. He establishes the Elethlim Dynasty of that realm.

    King Sarshel establishes the Order of the Triad (a paladin order dedicated to Tyr, Ilmater, and Torm) as a home for those who had survived the Fiend Wars. »

  • 952 DR [Year of the Rings Royal]
  • This year marks the end of the Second Trollwar as the Everlasting Ones are pushed back from the walls of Waterdeep. The human realms and holdings of the North unite under the leadership of Aeroth, War Captain and champion of Silverymoon, Ahghairon of Waterdeep, and Samular Caradoon of Tyr and clear the Evermoors of trolls. The wizard Renwick Caradoon, brother of Samular, dies in the final battles and is transformed into an archlich. »

  • 1101 DR [Year of the Maelstrom]
  • The city of Treshla, north of Saelmur and the Lake of Steam, is destroyed by a group of beholders from the nearby Thornwood.

    The Balance of Belaros (an artifact of Tyr) installed in the High Hall of Justice, remains where it was floating, even though the building around it has fallen.

    It next comes to the attention of some followers of Tyr in the Masked Marilith, a shop that solid rare and unique treasures in Saerloon, in Sembia. The proprietor of that establishment admitted to Tyrran inquisitors that he purchased the Balance from an anonymous mage who said he had given up on trying to discover the true powers of the thing. The Masked Marilith and its owner are destroyed by meteor swarms shortly thereafter, probably sent by the same mage. The buyer of the Balance is a notorious merchant rogue named Luuthateel Dree who is driven by a hunger for immortality and sought to buy any magic that might help him achieve his goal. Tyrran priests offered him a choice between magical longevity (the most their powers could grant) and death, but Luuthateel escaped them, reputedly into the Underdark, and the Balance vanished again.

    It has been seen twice at market fairs in Silverymoon and Berdusk since then, but has never fallen into the hands of the faithful of Tyr. The Tyrrans have gone so far as to accuse the Harpers of keeping it from them. This accusation has been vigorously denied, and even Lady Cylyria Dragonbreast offered to undergo questioning under detect lie spells cast by Holy Justices. »

  • 1158 DR [Year of the Blood Tusk Charge]
  • The first mention of the Veloghon of Vigilance (an artifact of Torm in the form of a shield) in the writings of Thontoros the Learned, Sage of the Just Gods (who studied the clergy and deeds of other followers of Helm, Ilmater, Torm, and Tyr). Writing of the defense of the vanished citadel of Lothtia on the Shining Plains by the Paladins of the Hand (the Twelve Champions of Torm). Thontoros tells that the paladin Harondath bore the shield, and "bathed it in the blood of the orcs of Thoktor Ironfangs". »

  • 1248 DR [Year of the Cockatrice]
  • Adventurers under the command of Endruth Immister, the "Unicorn Knight" (a paladin of Tyr) of Westgate, finds the Leaves of Green (an artifact of Silvanus) among the Ghost Holds of Battledale along with a huge sword whose blade was a leafy spar of living oak. They bring both items carefully back to Westgate, to the druid Raevarl. Raevarl's Circle of Silvanite priests examine the tome and the sword carefully. »

  • 1269 DR [Year of the Moat]
  • The Flame of the Spirit (an artifact of Tymora) appears when it is found on a brigand's body lying in the rubblish heaps of the Rat Hills, south of Waterdeep by the priest Ungold of Tyr, who concealed the gem and revealed its whereabouts to Waterdhavian worshipers of Tymora. The Tymorans are slain by unknown assailants during their return to the city, and the Flame vanishes again. »

  • 1297 DR [Year of the Singing Skull]
  • Joadath, lord of Shadowdale and an agnostic who believed that the deities held no power, slaughters Tyrists on Watcher's Knoll in an attempt to force his beliefs on his people. »

  • 1336 DR [Year of the Highmantle]
  • King Rilimbrar Heltharn has his daughter, Princess Sambryl, wed her second cousin Imphras IV, though the marriage is never consummated. Imphras IV, although still considered a traitor and confined to the royal tower at Filur, becomes Crown Prince. Rilimbrar does this to get his daughter on the throne (since Impilturian law forbids a Princess to take the throne if there is a living male heir).

    King Rilimbrar then appoints the twelve living male heirs of the fourth and sixth sons of Imphras II as a ruling council, effective upon his death and revocable only after Sambryl was no longer queen, and invests the Lords of Imphras II with the collective authority to oversee the realm in the name of the crown. The aging king then decrees that the Lords could select replacements from the citizenry of Impiltur with the approval of the monarch.

    King Rilimbrar also reconstitutes the Most Holy Order of the Sacred Shrike to serve as the elite army of the Council of Lords. Rilimbrar selects three of the Lords to serve as the ruling Triumvirate of the order, one each from the three churches of the Triad (Tyr, Ilmater, and Torm). »

  • 1368 DR [Year of the Banner]
  • Hammer 4 The Second Banedeath
    The Church of Cyric launches inquisitions in Yulash, Darkhold, Teshwave, Zhentil Keep, and the Citadel of the Raven to cleanse the Zhent holdings of non-Cyricist priests (including Kurth Dracomore of Darkhold).

    Following the destruction of Zhentil Keep, Scyulla Darkhope (a paladin/ranger of Tyr) makes a name for herself within the army and quickly climbs up the ranks largely due to her exceptional skill in combat. After the siege Scyulla is recognize as a champion of the city and she takes advantage of this status by becoming a powerful critic of the previous governance of the city. »

  • 1371 DR [Year of the Unstrung Harp]
  • The Trial of Cyric the Mad
    Cyric became despondent, neglecting his godly duties. He is also driven mad by the powers of his own Cyrinishad, completely believing everything contained within, unable to distinguish lies from truth. Several of the greater gods, led by Tyr, place Cyric on trial, charge with Innocence by reason of Insanity (failing in his divine duty to spread strife and discord). Around this time, the Cyrinishad is stolen. Upon hearing this, one of Cyric's most devout followers, Malik el Sami yn Nasser begins searching for the tome, in order to return it to his god. For this service, Cyric bestows upon Malik the status of "Seraph of Lies."

    Malik becomes the target of a truth spell cast by the goddess Mystra. As such, Malik is completely unable to tell a lie. Using this curse as a tool, Mystra calls upon Malik to read The True Life of Cyric as written by several good gods and set to paper by Oghma. Naturally, Malik had no desire to do such a thing, so decided to tell the tale of Cyric as all worshippers had heard it since childhood. Unfortunately, this also counted as lies, and Malik was forced to read the book as printed. Upon completing the text, Cyric became calm, and his sanity was once again restored. The tribunal of greater deities finds the "Black Sun" guilty of his crimes, but allows him to keep his divine status.

    Malik el Sami yn Nasser, "Seraph of Lies", continues to travel the world, spreading the influence of Cyric, within the confines of his curse. »

  • 1372 DR [Year of Wild Magic]
  • Ches The Church of Tyr builds the Abbey of the Blinding Truth in Westgate as a deliberate snub to the Church of Mask. »

  • Kern Desanea, son of Tarn Desanea and Shal Bal (Heroes of Phlan), recovers the Warhammer of Tyr. For assisting with Kern's quest, the legendary undead Paladin Miltiades is restored to life by Tyr. »

  • 1384 DR [Year of Three Streams Blooded]
  • Siamorphe quarrels with Tyr when the deities take different sides in a clash between Tethyrian and Calimshite forces. She removes herself from the House of the Triad and joins Sune's court in Brightwater. Tyr sends Helm to plead his case with Sune. The goddess of love suggests a marriage between Tyr and Tymora to set the celestial planes in balance again. Helm conveys Sune's suggestion to Tyr, and begins to chaperone a chaste courtship between Tyr and Tymora. Strange and fateful misunderstanding lead to the accusation that Helm has stolen Tymora's heart while conveying the gifts and sentiments of Tyr. A strict interpretation of his own ideals forces Tyr to challenge Helm, and Helm is obliged by his own ideals to meet the challenge. The two gods do battle, and Tyr slays Helm before the deities come to their senses. Heartbroken, Tymora accompanies Tyr back to the House of the Triad. Though nothing can be proved, the gods sense the hand of Cyric in Helm's death.

    With the Triad broken because of Helm's death, Ilmater chooses to remove his domain from the House of the Triad. He reestablishes his celestial realm in Brightwater at Sune's invitation. »

  • Gedrin Thalavar (sometimes called Shadowbane), a young rogue living in Westgate, has a vision in which Helm is slain by Tyr and Helm's godhood merged with Tyr, restoring his sight. When Gedrin awoke from his vision, he held Helm's sword, Vindicator. Later, Gedrin has a second vision in which Tyr is slain by the demon lord Orcus and Tyr's godhood merges with Torm. After these visions, Gedrin becomes a religious zealot and formulates the Heresy of the Threefold God and forms the Eye of Justice, and begins recruiting crusaders from among the Night Masks. The church is instrumental in driving out the Night Masks from Westgate.

    Later, the church becomes corrupted and Gedrin leaves Westgate in disgust. He travels to the Sword Coast where sometime in the 1460's DR, he meets a child rogue named Kalen Dren begging on the streets of Luskan. He gives Vindicator to Kelan and recruits him into the church. Kalen would become the church's primary crusader. »

  • 1385 DR [Year of Blue Fire]
  • Deneir writes himself into the Weave via the Metatext in an attempt to stabilize it and causes him to pass away from known existence.

    Lathander, Tyr, and Sune imprison Cyric in the Supreme Throne for 1000 years.

    The World Tree is destroyed.

    Lathander reveals himself to be Amaunator in the weeks just after the Spellplauge.

    Priests of Hanali Celanil open a portal to Arvandor near Evereska, and learn that their deity exists in Arvandor only as an avatar of Sune.

    Shar turns the Plane of Shadow into the Shadowfell. This event along with the effects of the Spellplague causes the prison of Shadraxil to weaken. The shadow dragon petitions Shar for assistance in escaping in return for his service. Shar agrees and sends her servants to the town of Winterhaven to prepare to free him. They are defeated after many years of excavations and preparations by adventurers. »

  • Tyr abdicates his godhood and grants Torm all his deific power. Tyr counsels all of his followers to offer their allegiance to Torm. Torm then becomes a greater god and master of Celestia following the death of Tyr in a demonic invasion of Celestia. Bahamut gains the porfolio of justice and now serves Torm. »