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Following the end of the Fourth Age, and the great Scourging, the High Men of Kurosia wandered the lands, forsaken. Their homes had been destroyed, and their land broken. The Kurosian had proven a great ally in the war against the Death Queen, and their actions against the Dark Men, and the other races, had made them unwelcome in many lands. Lead by the Eight Wise Ones, who had sealed the Lords of Chaos beyond the Gates of Galen, the Kurosian split into eight tribes, and wandered in search of a new home. One moonless night, a new star was found to be shining far to the east. Canus, the leader of the Parzifan tribe, beheld the star, and foretold that their destiny lay there, in the far East. So, journeying onwards, the Parzifans finally reached the Golden Sea. There, a swan lead them to the shores of a great land, populated only by primitive people. There was the realm of Arandor established.


1 Canus leads the Parzifans to the Blessed lands. They are guided by a swan sent by Vinwe, and a Star kindled by Eleniel. Parzifan is crowned high-king. The lands become known as Arandor, or Parzifaka.
2        The Morrim Chieftain, Mjolmar, sends an emissary to Parzifan, demanding they leave his territory.      Parzifan refuses. The capital of Parzifika is founded at Parzilus, in modern day Sankador.

3-114 Many minor battles occur between the Parzifans and the Morrim.

5 The Parzifans are greeted by Melwen, of Edhelnore. Trade begins between the two kingdoms.
15 Antemiaz, son of Parzifan, marries Litsuma, Melwen’s niece.
40 The Parzifans are greeted by High King Gwadyll, of Cymria. The two countries quickly become allies.
44 The Parzifans and the Cymria sign The Treaty of Alris. This means the Cymuria will help drive back the Morrim, and the Parzifans can not enter a warhost onto Cymurian soil.

46 Amendment to the Treaty. The dwellers of Tauron are also included.

56 The two lightgivers, Galen and Grimbold, discover Vanacuiel, hidden in Vinor.

63 Parzifan dies, and is succeeded by his eldest son, Antemiaz.

80 The Third Great Alliance. Vanacuiel is defeated. Siege of Iaur Angudum begins. Antemiaz is slain in the battle, and is succeeded by his son, Arzan Half-Elven

115 The Morrim launch an attack against Parzilus. They are driven back. The First Morrim war begins.

119 The Morrim are defeated. They flee South. Chief Wota, great grandson of Mjolmar, is slain. He is replaced by Kyrwulf.

125 The Morrim are pushed far south, expanding Arandor’s border to Edhelnore. The province of Ronador is founded.

263  The Jenorians, lead by Theon Jenor, found the island-continent of Atlantea. They enslave the native Mheara.
266 The High King, Arzan Half-Elven moves his capital to Atlantea, where he can begin the further expansion of his empire. Arlas, his brother, takes the throne of Arandor.

268 The continent of Antillia is conquered. Control is given to High Lord Marzilla.

270 All Arandor, except Ronador, who refuses, becomes part of the Atlantaen Empire.

271 Ronador declares itself independant, and becomes Rhutalath. The country enjoys good trade with Edhelnore.

273-886 Many overseas colonies are founded by Atlantea, especially in the west and south.

285 The Arachnemancer appears in the north. He attacks several towns, and closes off trade routes in the north. War begins between Arandor and the Arachnemancer.

332 Lemuria is founded.

463 The great King Ardim dies, leaving no heir. His three generals Loumia, Heiren and Argila argue over who should get the throne.
464 Emperor Rikanza sends his youngest son, Zilkan, to rule over Arandor. The three generals disagree with the choice, and refuse his sovereignty.
465 Arandor is split into Ardadain, Pandarat, Alqador and Fornarda. Zilkan claims control of Alqador, which encompasses Parzilus.

478 The treaty of Parzilus is signed, establishing the permanent borders.

527 Ardadain is attacked by the Morrim. The Morrim gain a lot of Ardanian land. This land becomes known as Larmonia.

560 Tarmet, the king of Pandarat, sends an assassin attempt against King Argus, of Ardadain, in an effort to crumble the weakened kingdom. The attempt is foiled.

564 Fornarda and Ardadain unite against Pandarat.

566 King Tarmet of Pandarat is slain. The realm is reduced to petty civil wars.

607 Vanacuiel escapes the siege. The Elven King, Calenalda, is slain trying to stop her.

608 Alqador and Tauron try to impose peace on Ardadain and Fornarda.

610 Fornarda attacks Tauron and Alqador. Many Elves are killed, and Tauron declares neutrality. Alqador drives the Fornardans back.

652 Vanacuiel appears in Pandarat, and begins to enslave the helpless inhabitants. Pandarat becomes Vancumar.

668 All of the realms unite against Vancumar. First Dark War.

671 Ardadain is defeated and loses more land in the north. Vanacuiel does not destroy the land, as she still is weak. Uneasy peace.

674 King Argus builds the Great Border-Wall to protect the northern border from Vancumar.

723-760 Great gold deposits found under the Ered Salqe, in Fornarda, by Kizli the Dwarf. Many Dwarves migrate there from Ered Orossea. Dwarron is more or less abandoned. New Dwarf cities are built.

760 Fornarda becomes Malidor, the richest country in Gaiana.

890 Daenor founded by Yamaile, spawn of the Death Queen. Alqador is refused help by the other realms, who are all concentrating on Vancumar.

896 Larmonia is attacked by Mizania. The Larmonians sign a treaty with Prince Mainos of Ardadain. Larmonia becomes a sovereign state of Ardadain.

899 Alqador is destroyed, and the capital of Ostia is captured. Many men flee to Ardadain and Malidor. The country becomes known as Ilmanor

900-904 Various petty realms founded in Ilmanor.

902 The Waking Waters are discovered in the Far East by Earl Kaelas of Ardadain.

904 The Elves of Edhelnore permit access through Edhelnore to the Holy Lands.

906 Mustal Rashma, Mi’shan of the Waking waters, refuses access to them.
909 Ardanian embassy to Rashma. The messenger has his head cut off, and returned to Angost.
943 The First Holy War. Ardadain, Malidor and Cymuria attack the Holylands. Rhutalath also joins the war, acting as a third side.

918 Elves withdraw their permission to allow the Nations to pass through Edhelnore.

943 The Grey Religion of Terrumial captures the Holy Waters from under the noses of the weakened forces. They are besieged by the other religions.

1004 Ardadain attacked by the Morrim. The Morrim are defeated.

1025 The Necromancer appears in northern Tauron. Undead attack eastern Malidor.

1027 The Grey Religion aided by forces from Daenor. The siege is broken.

1196 Daenor attacks Ardadain. King Arlas III is slain. The Necromancer attacks Malidor. Second Dark War.

1218 Salasia becomes an ally and protectorate of Ardadain. Only King Ardred and his council knows its whereabouts

1256 Deacon Whitus of Terrumi is assassinated by a priest of Rhutalath. There is a revolt in The Holy Lands by the other religions. Second Holy War. The Rhutalathians capture the Waters.

1304 The Gonne is invented by Bachar, a Malidoran alchemist.

1378 Third Dark War. Daenor attacks Ardadain. King Arluin is slain by Snotbag the Black Troll. A host from Salasia helps defeat the Daenorim.

1411 King Vanhir of Rhutalath is slain by Angabor, leader of the Inquisition. The king's son is hidden from him.

1454 Ardadain attacked by the Morrim. They are helped by the Neanderthals of the Wildlands.

1463 Revolt in Malidor against the king.

1464 Third Holy War.

1470 The Giliana of the Starlords gains The Holy Waters. She allows access by all faiths.

1473 The Death Queen is killed by the Company of the Sword. Vancumar falls.
1474 A demon host attacks Nuledor. It is defeated by the Nuledor army, and the Mage, Baron Darkmoon.