• -3136 DR
  • Vandal Station is established, named after a small but influential tribe of the Rengarth, this village is best known for its tough and adventurous warriors. This Rengarth tribe, known as the Vandals, patrolled the anccestral lands south of the village, making occasional forays into the Cold Forest to the west. »

  • -2886 DR
  • The Rengarth village of Vandal Station is created in Netheril. »

  • -2447 DR
  • The Vandal Rengarth tribe out of Vandal Station, kills a force of warriors and miners who had desecrated burial mounds in their quest for gold and silver. »

  • -2436 DR
  • Bandor Village is established in Netheril. It serves as a mining community for the nation of Netheril. Its nearby mines produce an abundance of silver and gold that the village traded to the nearby cities of Ascore, Sanctuary, and Vandal Station. From these points, the precious metals crossed the Narrow Sea into other enclaves and cities. »

  • -1531 DR
  • A plague originating from Bandor Village reportedly through contact with a winged humanoid race. The plague snuffs all life in Bandor, spreading out to Vandal Station where it claimed 4,000 more lives before ceasing its deadly march. Only the most healthy of the Vandals survived, but the population of the village is reduced below 500. Their ability to patrol the ancestral lands of their forefathers is crippled, and many of the survivors move to Frostypaw. Those who chose to stay patrol the ancestral lands in small groups, guarding what they felt to be the most important burial grounds from intrusion. »

  • -1075 DR
  • Vandal Station ceased being a village and become a ragtag collection of Vandals who were too stubborn to leave their homeland. »

  • -506 DR [Year of Deafening Thunder]
  • In the spring, wolves comes to the remains of Vandal Station, where a slick sheet of ice that froze people and animals where they stood, removed the bodies from the outpost, and Vandal Station disappears into the annals of Netherese history. »