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Merethic Era[edit]

Middle Merethic Era[edit]

Middle Merethic Era — The Lay of Firsthold & the Destruction of Aldmeris
  • High Lord Torinaan sails from the doomed continent of Aldmeris and into the Summerset Isles with the remaining of Aldmer. Torinaan landed off the coast of Auridon, where he would travel across the hills of Vafe to build his citadel of Firsthold, atop of the river banks of the Diceto River. Firsthold was the first modern-day settlement of Tamriel.
  • Aldmer start to slowly expand down the island, eventually founding the town of Greenwater Cove. Until they ultimately founded Skywatch and Vulkhel Guard and fully-inhabited Auridon, forming farming communities like Silsailen and temple chantries like Bewan across the countryside.

Middle Merethic Era — Summerset-Colonial Period
  • The "Legend of the Duel of Iron Might" supposedly take place in this time, cutting through the mountain range of Thorvarlais, exposing the western coast, to the eastern colonials. This divide becomes the Kingdom Fields of Summerset, and so the winery-town of Russafeld was founded. Summerset's mining industry increased tenfold as veins of gemstones were revealed in Kingdom Fields.
  • The Oleander Coast, and the northwestern region of Graddun were instantly populated by the Aldmer colonials, founding the three main cities of Alinor, Corgrad, and Lillandril. At around this time, the sage order of the Sapiarchs were founded as a sub-sect of the Psijic Order that wanted to remain on the two-main island. Both the College of Sapiarchs and the Crystal Tower were created.

Middle Merethic Era — Exploits of Topal the Pilot & Aldmeri Exploration
  • Topal encounters the Ancient Khajiit of Shaasanath (modern-day Torval), who were his guide to the region of the Tenmar Forest, showcasing the western Xylo Estuary, all the way to the River Malapi, which is the Niben River. Sugarcane was introduced to the Aldmeri, and Shaasanath was renamed to Torval, a butchered version of Topal's name. The Aldmeri Tongue becomes accessible to the Khajiit.
  • Topal's expedition into the Iliac Bay was the first time the Elves had begun to inhabit the mainland. The earliest form of Reich Gradkeep was founded. Among Topal's crew, Cygnus Direnni had founded the Adamantine Tower, declaring it as their family home. Cygnus' crew inhabited the Isle of Balfiera while the rest of the Direnni Clan lived on the private estate, Direnni Acropolis, near Karndar Watch.

Late-Middle Merethic Era[edit]

Late-Mid Merethic Era — High Velothi Culture occurs
  • Once the Chimeri settle onto Resdayn, they begin to flourish and live off the wealth of the land. Clans begin to establish themselves in the land and become devoted to fundamentalist ancestor worship. Despising the secular culture and profane practices of the Dwemer, the Chimer also covet their lands and resources, and for centuries provoke them with minor raids and territorial disputes.

First Era[edit]

Third Century[edit]

1E 224 — N/A
  • TBA
  • High King Savarak Ra'athim of Ebonheart passes away from old age and so the throne was passed onto his younger son, Kronin Ra'athim. Yoriss does not inherit the throne due to personal choice and was instead named the leader of Ebonheart's Army. Kronin's reign would be considered peaceful.

1E 240 — The Skyrim Conquest begins.
  • High King Vrage the Gifted begins his conquest over Northern Tamriel for the First Empire of the Nords. The Nordic Empire, led by General Hungunthar Time-Eater attacks the borders simultaneously, swiftly taking the Western Reach, and besieging the city of Blacklight, and establishing their city of Dunkreath in Velothis.

1E 241 — The city of Dagon Fel was built during Skyrim Conquest (Morrowind)
  • Following their victory over the Dwarves of Bthungthumz, the Nordic War-Chiefs, Derek the Tall and Tohan Silver-Crown build the fort-city of Dagon Fel on the shores of Sheogorad Island. Tohan focused on Dagon Fel's expansion while Derek the Tall continued to put his attention to the ongoing conquest over Morrowind, spreading across Vvardenfell and rendezvous with the Dunkreath army.

1E 242 — The Alessian Slave Rebellion begins.

1E 243 — The Alessian Slave Rebellion ends; The Late Ayleid Period begins.
  • Some Ayleid Kingdoms rebelled against their brethren, some to genuinely support the cause, while others for safety purposes. Among these nations was the Ayleid Kingdom of Nenalata and Trumbe. Ayleids would later become advisors and tutors for the nobility, those that escaped the Alessians would establish tribes deep in the Nibenay and the Valus Region.
  • Following this conflict, the Ayleid Diaspora, also called the Ayleid Pogrom, would begin. Various Ayleid clans would attempt to escape the Alessian Slave Rebellion, by running to various provinces. The Alessians would either slaughter escaping Ayleids, or kept them as servants or advisors. Some clans would escape into the Cyrodiil wilderness into either Sedor or Elenglynn.

Fourth Century[edit]

1E 355 — The Direnni Clan rise to prominence in Skyrim-occupied High Rock.
  • Castellan Bhoriane Direnni of the Isle of Balfiera captures the coast in the modern-day King's Guard, where the harbor-town of Bhoriane was later built. The King's Guard Mountains were captured, blocking the Nord's trade route between Koegrim Point and the holy forest of Eld Daenia. They established their foothold and coordinated several attacks in the surrounding area.
  • King Hungunthar Time-Eater passed away from old age after a hundred years of ruling over Skyrim-occupied Morrowind. He was buried in the Temple of the World-Eater, in his ancestral home, the fort-town of Korvanjund. He was succeded by his youngest child, Vegunthar Chrono-Walker, who inherited his skills as a Tongue and the position as King of Resdaynia.

1E 393 — The Cleansing of the High Fane occurs; the Blackwood Merhunt begins

Fifth Century[edit]

1E 404 — The Liberation of Necrom and the Chimeri rebellion occurs in the Skyrim Conquest (Morrowind)
  • Queen Almalexia of Necrom, along with her consort, Indoril Nerevar, had led a rebellion in the city-state of Necrom, orchestrating attacks across the Sacred Lands and north towards Molagreahd. The Battle of Hel-Nim-Wolk leads to the death of Derek the Tall, the Nordic King of northern Morrowind. Talks of rebellion spread across Resdayn and are slowly building.

1E 415 — The Skyrim Conquest (Morrowind) declines.
  • The Chimer of Resdaynia began their full-scale rebellion across the province. Indoril Nerevar and Dumac Dwarfking gathered their scattered allies to bring down the Nord's tyranny over their homeland. Many nations and Nordic champions had fallen to the Chimer, the entire land was engulfed in utter pandemonium.
  • The region of Thornmarsh was in disarray until a folk hero known as the Warmonger of Tear rebelled against the Nordic supremacy. The Warmonger had driven out Jarl Olmgerd Stone-Ogre and established his own government away from Nerevar and Dwarfking's alliance. The Warmonger was an unnamed Baron-King of House Dres whose name is a great mystery to this day.
  • Kronin Ra'athim gathered his forces from Firemoth Island and overthrows the Nordic government in Ebonheart led by Jorg Helmbolg. Kronin defeats Olmgerd the Outlaw at Tukushapal, but is ultimately killed in the battle. House Marvani buries Olmgerd in the inner caverns of Tukushapal. His eldest son, Cruethys kills Jorg Helmbolg and becomes the King of Ebonheart.
  • Battle-Maiden Yoriss Ra'athim gathered the forces of House Redoran and took swift control of Velothis, retaking Blacklight and besieging the capital city of Dunkreath. Yoriss married King Sadras of Kragen Mar after retaking the city. She left her position in House Redoran to become the Queen of Kragenmoor. She later rebuilt Davon's Watch.

4E 416 — The Skyrim Conquest (Morrowind) is over.
  • Chimeri Kingdoms and Dwemer Districts were fused to be joint-states per the orders of the First Council. Some of these leaderships bonded in matrimony, which further instated their peace. King Cruethys of Ebonheart marries Bluthunch VI of Hendor-Stardumz (modern-day Bal Foyen).
  • The Dwarven Stronghold of Arkngthunch-Sturdumz (Dwemeris: Graveyard of the Ghost Invaders) is founded as a defensive bulwark, and a memorial for the battle against the Nords.
  • The Rourken Clan of Dwarves leaves Morrowind after the formation of the First Council. Chieftain Rourken threw Volendrung across the continent, and it landed in what is now known as, Volenfell, found near modern-day Gilane. Following the Rourken Clan was the Kragen Clan, who would built their city of Arkngthamz in the Reach.
  • After witnessing the failure of the Battle of Sheogorad Strait, General Jurgen Windcaller retires to the peaks of the Throat of the World to begin his Seven-Year Meditation. This lead to the formation of the Greybeards and the philosophy of the Way of the Voice. Monks from all over Skyrim joined Jurgen Windcaller in his crusade.

1E 477Ryain Direnni expanded the reaches of the Direnni Hegemony.

1E 480 — The Battle of Glenumbria Moors occurs.
  • During the battle, High King Hoag Merkiller was killed in the fight to drive the Alessians out of northern Tamriel. Following his death, the Moot in Winterhold would elect Wulfharth Grey-Wind, who hails from an ancient house of Atmora. He would successfully thwart the Alessian Order in Skyrim, and drive out the remaining Direnni of Karthwasten. The beginning of the Direnni's waning power.

1E 490 — The City of Bisnensel-by-the-Lake is sacked by the Kingdom of Shornhelm.
  • King Berthulic of Shornhelm had laid waste to the city-state of Bisnensel, upon learning of their growing power, and the tyranny of Priest-King Uluscant. King Berthulic's forces destroyed the city by using powerful water magic, flooding the ruins and drowning the cultists of Hermaeus Mora. King Berthulic would leave Bangkorai for the River Horse Bretons, who continue to thrive on the land.

Sixth Century[edit]

1E 513 — The Wild Elves of the Northern Nibenay come out of hiding.
  • After many years of hiding, the Ayleids that took refuge in the ruins of Sedor following the Alessian Slave Rebellion come out of hiding, and begin to spread across the Northeast and Central Nibenay. They would make the extra precaution to avoid even the slightest appearance to the Imperials. Some would continue to stay in Sedor, as the Sedorian Tribe of the Northeast Nibenay.

1E 545 — The Wild Elves of the Northern Nibenay had fully-settled throughout the area.
  • Following their end of isolation, the Wild Elves would fully spread across the Northern Nibenay, forming three distinct tribes. The Sedorian Tribe that continue to live in the ruins of Sedor, the Beldanese Tribe that are reclusive, yet live in the ruins of Belda, close to the Imperial City, and the Frostfire Tribe, proficient in the elements, that live in Frostfire Glade.

Seventh Century[edit]

1E 609 — The Rise of the Three Kingdoms (Daggerfall) occurs.
  • King Thagore expands the Kingdom of Daggerfall across the region of Glenumbra, overwhelming the western nations of Greater Bretony. It ends with the fall of their rivals, Glenpoint, at the Battle of Hearthham. King Erich of Glenpoint is executed by Thagore's militia, and so the last of Daggerfall's opposition was defeated. Daggerfall becomes a major power, and one of the Three Kingdoms.
  • Mansel Sesnit becomes the Elden Yokeda on the island of Yokuda. Sesnit's reign was known for waging various conflicts across Yokuda in the attempt to unify the continent under a single banner. His conflict had begun with a battle against the arrogant warlords of Kanesh, which lasted all throughout his reign. The Battle of the Kaneshi Highlands rages across the northeastern cape of Yokuda.

1E 668Red Mountain erupts and causes one of Tamriel's widespread tragedies, known as Sun's Death
  • For unknown reasons, Red Mountain erupted, covering the skies in sulfurous ashes for an entire year, across Tamriel. The natural anomaly led to the creation of the Nirnroot, but its exclusive sustenance of ash embedded into the soil. Volcanic tuffs had appeared across Tamriel in veins and were used in various ways such as Nirnroot Wine and even enchanting armor.

Eighth Century[edit]

1E 700 — The War of the First Council is over.
  • The Battle of Red Mountain marks as the end of the conflict, as well as a climactic point for both races involved.
  • Following the death of both Indoril Nerevar and the end of the entirety of the Dwemer race, the Tribunal had appeared and set forth a new period of the Dunmer's history revolving around them. Due to Azura's influence, the Chimer turned into the modern-day Dark Elves. Kingdoms such as Ebonheart and Blacklight establish footholds on Vvardenfell, such as Suran and G'nisis respectively.
  • The War of the Crag abruptly ends with the disappearance of the Dwemer, and their Falmer slaves were able to take hold of the ruined Dwarven strongholds in Blackreach. The Silent City, the largest ruin in Blackreach is turned into the biggest Falmer nest in Skyrim, becoming the race's de-facto capital in Blackreach, and in general.

1E 703 — N/A
  • TBA
  • King Moraelyn of Ebonheart completely disappears from his domain, never to be seen again. Many speculated that it was because of the Tribunal's growing power. His daughter, Lian was named the Queen of Ebonheart, and did not reveal information about his father's disappearance. Many conspiracy theorists claimed that he retired to the Summerset Isles, or reunited with King Edward in Daggerfall.

1E 734 — The War of Shadowgate begins.
  • Emperor Jatanus I of the Alessian Empire begins to wage war with the province of Morrowind, following their recovery period after the Battle of Red Mountain, and the transition into Tribunal Morrowind. Jatanus I sought to annex the Valus Region, and in hopes to spread the Alessian Order into the borderlands, around Bodrum and Ald Marak, in the Barony of Shadowgate.
  • An uprising occurs in the city of Taleskan (capital of High Desert), on the island of Akos Kasaz in Yokuda. Among the fighting, Frandar Hunding's father is killed, leaving Frandar (fourteen at the time), to care for his mother, and four brothers.

1E 766 — The War of Shadowgate is over.
  • Queen Lian of Ebonheart passes away, leaving joint-heirs to her twin sons, Ilver and Tethis. On the 8th of Sun's Dusk, both brothers challenged each other for the throne, and in the end, Ilver was victorious, and so Tethis was given the Kingship to the minor city-state of Mournhold, where he was accepted by the Dark Elves of House Indoril.

1E 767 — The Great Race of the Houses occurs.
  • When King Tethis of Mournhold seeks to claim the Staff of Chaos from King Ilver of Ebonheart, the other Kingdoms sought to do the same thing, in order to get the position of the capital. In the end, Tethis was victorious, citing an ancient will from Moraelyn himself, and Mournhold was named the capital of Morrowind, while Ebonheart was demoted.

Ninth Century[edit]

1E 800Northpoint is founded.
  • Captain Yric Flowdys, a merchant-lord of Daggerfall establishes the modern-day Kingdom of Northpoint on the northern tip of Rivenspire, as the halfway point between Daggerfall and Solitude. In the meantime, Yric Flowdys adopts Dore Elard as his home, and as his family name, creating the modern-day House Dorell, who reign over Northpoint to this day.
  • This date is considered to be the earliest date of Wayrest's founding, as settlements have existed in that region of the Bjoulsae River. At this point, the River Horse Bretons would be harassed by Akaviri pirates and Orcish raid parties from First Orsinium. Wayrest, at this time, was a sleepy fishing village, known for being a welcoming rest.
  • Both King Ilver of Ebonheart and King Tethis of Mournhold passed away, and were interred into the Ra'athim Ancestral Tomb, in the region of Velothis. Vermethys Ra'athim-Sadras and Indoril Cindiri Dorom were made the leaders of these respective kingdoms. The former had brought both Ebonheart and Kragen Mar into one Kingdom until her nephew, Gulmon can become the King of Ebonheart.
  • The fusion of Ebonheart and Kragen Mar had brought both the Hlaalu and Dres into an awkward relationship. To reconcile between these brother's rival kingdoms, the Queens, Vermethys and Cindiri would establish a union between both of them, bringing the conjointed Kingdom and Mournhold together. This had inadvertently re-establishing the Ancient Ra'athim Territory.

1E 808 — The Ra Gada lands on the shores of Hammerfell and continues their conquest over the region.
  • The Ra Gada arrives onto the shores of western Khefrem, in what is now known as Old Hegathe. The former Emperor of Yokuda, whose name is long forgotten, settled on Hammerfell and created Hegathe as a replica of the old Yokudan capital, Totambu. The Ra Gada waves, (Starfall and Anka-Ra) move across the province to conquer it as their own.
  • Grandee Yaghoub of Akos Kasaz moves across the northern coast of Hammerfell as the leader of the Starfall Wave of the Ra Gada. On the 17th of Second Seed, Grandee Yaghoub took control of an Altmeri outpost of the Corelanya Clan, and established it as the city-state of Sentinel. A conflict with the Starfall Ra-Gada, and the Corelanya Clan begin across what is now the Alik'r District.
  • Grandee Tarish-Zi of Totambu moves across the northern Dragontail Mountains as the leader of the Anka-Ra Wave of the Ra Gada. Tarish-Zi proclaims himself Emperor among his people and builds his citadel, the Hel Ra Citadel. Tarish-Zi forces the Iron Orcs deeper into the mountains, and besiege Skyreach, capital of the Nedic kingdom in Craglorn. Ansei Satameh builds the city-state of Dragonstar.

1E 822 — The Year of Great Hunger occurs.
  • Morrowind had suffer a great famine, considered to be a test of their faith and strength by the Good Daedra, following the Tribunal's ascension among the province. Saint Rilms had guided her people towards the allied Kingdoms of Ebonheart and Mournhold in the hopes of saving them from the famine. She passed away and was canonized following her group's arrival.
  • Patriarch Elms Veloth of the Veloth Clan had sacrificed himself to protect his clan from the Year of Great Hunger. He had denied any food given to him, living off intense Restoration magic until the famine would pass. Elms Veloth would pass away amidst the New Life Festival after taking his first bite of bread in a whole year. Every New Life in Balmora, the people pay tribute to him.

1E 867 — N/A
  • TBA
  • Following the death of both Queen Vermethys & Cindiri Dorom, the central Kingdoms of Morrowind would split away, and new monarchs were elected to replace the ones from before them. While they would all accommodate their new citizens, the Kingdom of Ebonheart, under Gulmon Ra'athim would leave his people anxious and make big plans for future domination.

1E 880 — The War of Domination begins; Ebonheart imposes martial law
  • King Gulmon Ra'athim would declare war against the other Great Houses of Morrowind, in what would become, the War of Domination. Ebonheart's armies would swarm central Morrowind like the plague, establish a blockade against Velothis, and take over the Kingdom of Kragen Mar. House Hlaalu would forcefully join Ebonheart, and the Dres and Redoran would wage war across the lower mainland.
  • The Kingdom of Narsis, and by extension, House Hlaalu would unwillingly serve King Gulmon's regime following the sudden death of Councilor-King Ulseth Hlaalu V, on the night of Ebonheart's militaristic march. Prince Brivan Hlaalu III would relinquish Hlaalu holdings in Deshaan to the Kingdom of Ebonheart, and assume the puppet role of Councilor-King of Narsis.

1E 881 — The City of Garlas Sunnamath is sacked by the Ra Gada.

1E 891 — The War of Domination ends; King Gulmon is killed in an honorable duel
  • The War of Domination would end before a potential siege against Mournhold would occur, which would have solidified Gulmon's grasp over Morrowind. A young Knight, from the ruined village of Sailen Vulgate, named Eidolon would journey to Gulmon's camp at the ruins of an old castle, and behead him in an Ancient Chimeri dueling ritual. The ancient castle would become known as, Eidolon's Hollow.
  • Eidolon would swiftly be killed following the duel, by one of Gulmon's loyalist, and so he was soul-bound in his Ebony ring. This ring would later become known as the Ring of Eidolon's Edge. A scavenger from Sailen Vulgate had found the ring lying in the rubble, and gave it to a Canon of Necrom, who would send Eidolon's soul into the afterlife, and leave behind his blade skill inside the ring.

Tenth Century[edit]

1E 900 — The provinces begin to intermingle with each other, bringing cultural diffusion
  • At roughly this point, the provinces were isolated, history passing amongst themselves, rather than with their neighbors. But various merchants, explorers, and priests would look beyond their borders, and spread their culture in a more welcoming way, rather than conflict. Follow attempts to force the Alessian Order into other provinces, this cult would start to have small groups in other provinces.

1E 921 — The first-iteration of Balmora was built.
  • Queen Therana of Ebonheart and Councilor-King Brivan III would attempt to negotiate an expansion onto Western Vvardenfell, known as the Temple-Territory of Ascadia. They sought to establish a new trade route from Blacklight, to Vivec, and into Ebonheart. Both had convinced High King Indoril Llandras and Vivec to allowed this action, and so the first-iteration of Balmora was founded.
  • Balmora was construced by Indoril architects, and served as a Temple-Town, not only as trading post between the north, and the south, but as a pilgrim stop. Cilvyn Samarys was named the town's first mayor, and would have Balmora fortified, in case of Ashlander raids. Balmora's presence would enrich Vivec town, and elevate it into an important harbor among the Inner Sea.
  • The Samarys Clan would move from their fort-town of Fort Samarys, and into Balmora, along with most of their citizens. Since then, Fort Samarys became the family estate for the clan, as well as, containing the family Ancestral Tomb. The family estate would continue to stand for several hundred years after their migration.

Eleventh Century[edit]

1E 1005 — The Sermons of Deldrise Morvayn are spread across Morrowind.
  • The Sermons of Deldrise Morvayn, Grand-Apostle of the Clockwork City, are spread across Morrowind at the turn of the century, increasing religious interest for Sotha Sil and his mechanical city. The Telvanni District in particular, showed more veneration towards Sotha Sil than other parts of the province. The Grand Temple of Sotha Sil was built in east Port Telvannis.

1E 1011 — The Sixth House attempted revival on the island of Firemoth.
  • Castellan Grurn Malvilus of Firemoth is convicted and executed for his attempt to revitalize the Sixth House, House Dagoth. A raid was orchestrated by the Buoyant Armigers of Vvardenfell, who were able to apprehend them. The Castellan, in an attempt to escape, had fallen overboard and died drowning in the Inner Sea. His counsel was executed at the courtyard of Castle Firemoth.

1E 1033 — The Alessian Empire takes on piracy in the Topal Bay and Black Marsh.
  • Empress Hestra I calls for the head of Red Bramman, a notorious Argonian pirate brigadier that operated across the Topal Bay and raided Imperial ships that worked in Topal's Crown. Hestra's Imperial Navy tracked Bramman deep into the region of Moonmarch, where they razed Bramman's bandit kingdom of Blackrose. This event provided the rest of Tamriel the first true accounts on the culture of Argonia.

Twelfth Century[edit]

1E 1100 — The Kingdom of Wayrest is formed
  • Merchant-Lord Farangel Gardner is proclaimed the King of Wayrest by the ambassadors of the Camoran Dynasty. Although some historians discredit the proclamation because of the Camoran's lack of jurisdiction in High Rock. But regardless, Wayrest evolves amidst the growing landscape of Bretony as a fully-fledged Kingdom.

1E 1184 — The Alessian Order establish cells across Morrowind.
  • The Alessian Order has established sects of their cult across the province of Morrowind, after slowly pouring into the land. They would have chapters in each of the Great House Capitals, and there was a push by the Marukhati Selective to go into Vvardenfell, but they were denied by Vivec's official decree.

1E 1199 — The Alessian-Morrowind War occurs; the Razing of Andrethis.
  • After the fire at the Grand Temple of St. Felms in Morrowind, the Alessian Order would invade the province and engage in conflict. It begins when they burn the lodging-town of Andrethis and swiftly took hold of Lake Hlaalu. All the while, the order cells across Morrowind would stage riots and acts of terror across the Great House capitals.
  • Count Harlin III of Andrethis, and the survivors were taken to the former Chimer stronghold, Telva'druhn, on the northeast coast of Stonefalls. Until the conflict was resolved, Telva'druhn had become a minor, yet protected settlement, a pilgrim spot between Ebonheart and Davon's Watch. Count Harlin III became involved in Queen Nephethys' politics, and her war effort against the Alessians.

Thirteenth Century[edit]

1E 1254 — The Alessian-Morrowind War ends; Wrath of the Shrouded
  • By the order of High Queen Indoril Demethys, the cells of the Alessian Order were apprehended by the Ordinators and ordered for execution at the courtyard in Mournhold. Practice of the Alessian Order had been outlawed across Morrowind, and punishable by death. The Kingdom of Kragen Mar would construct Fort Shadowgate, on the eponymous mountain road between Cyrodiil and Morrowind.

Thirtieth Century[edit]

1E 2920 — The Reman Dynasty is dead; Last Year of the First Era
  • Emperor Reman Cyrodiil III is assassinated in his throne room at the White-Gold Tower. With the death of both Reman III, and his heir, Crown Prince Juilek, the Reman Dynasty was killed off, ushering the Second Era and the rise of the Akaviri Potentate. Versidue-Shaie becomes the Potentate and rules from where Reman III had left off.
  • The Four-Score War ends with the Battle of Ald Marak, the Dark Elven citadel in the Valus Mountains. Crown Prince Juilek, utilizing Alteration magic was able to infiltrate enemy lines and take hold of the stronghold. The leaders of both Cyrodiil and Morrowind signed a treaty, and so Morrowind was inducted into the Second Empire. Juilek was later killed at Dorsza Pass by accident.
  • The Wood Elven city of Gil-Var-Delle is devoured by Molag Bal, per the request of Dro'Zel, the Mad King of Senchal. Gil-Var-Delle becomes tainted by the Daedric Prince's dark magic, considered an unholy and dangerous sight by the Bosmer. Sotha Sil gathers half of the Daedric Princes to create the Coldharbour Compact, to prevent situations such as this.

Second Era/Common Era[edit]

Second Century[edit]

2E 184 — The Dragon Fire's Massacre occurs across the northeast Old Holds
  • The Dragon Lord, Grahkrindrog returned out of hiding, and laid waste across the regions of Eastmarch, and Winterhold. With no other way to defeat a Dragon, High King Kalthar Ice-Spear secretly enlisted the help of a sect of the Dragonguard, who hid from Versidue-Shaie, avoiding his restrictions on them. They had slain Grahkrindrog and hide his body somewhere in Skyrim, in the northern wastes.

Third Century[edit]

2E 283 — Emperor-Potentate Versidue-Shaie declares martial law & begins the War of Subjugation.
  • After a rebellion in Dawnstar, Versidue-Shaie and the Elder Council fled for the town of Bardmont, to continue their meeting. In the "Council of Bardmont," the Tsaesci Lord declares martial law across the Second Empire, dissolving the various private armies and starting the War of Subjugation, part of Tamriel's bloodiest history. Many kingdoms, most notably Silvenar and Blacklight had fallen.

Fourth Century[edit]

2E 309 — The Elsweyr Confederacy is created.
  • After years of conflict between the north and the south, King Keirgo of Anequina married Queen Eshita of Pellitine, reconciling both factions and forming the Elsweyr Confederacy. Their counsels came together to govern their land from the ancient city of Ne Quin-al, and provided assistance across the land, re-establishing their domain since the Sixteen-States Period.
  • The Palace of the Footpad is rebuilt as the seat of power in Senchal, by the legendary stonemasons of the town of Alabaster. It was after the original palace was destroyed from the Thrassian Plague that ransacked the province and ended the Sixteen-States Period of Elsweyr. The old palace can be found underneath the new one. It can be seen from the water.

2E 311 — The Mane of Torval is revealed the Riddle'Thar Epiphany
  • During a trip to the Kingdom of Dune, the Mane of Torval, Rid-Thar-ri'Datta meditated at the temple in Rawl'kha where he was shown the Riddle'Thar Epiphany. It dictated that the caste system should be dictated by the Two-Moons Dance of Jode and Jone, and that the Mane would oversee these events across the province. His word was not taken seriously, save for Elsweyr's western outer rim.

2E 326 — The Sacking of Ne Quin-al and death of the Royal Dynasty
  • The self-proclaimed Hunt-Lord of Verkarth, Ra'Hadamo had besieged the ancient capital of Ne Quin-al and brought mass discourse across the Elsweyr Confederacy, due to disagreements with the administration of the province. By his hand, Ra'Hadamo had executed the royal dynasty and temporarily claimed himself as the Moon-Emperor of Elsweyr. However, he was killed by a clanless Khajiit.

2E 330 — The Mane of Torval, Rid-Thar-ri'Datta preaches his visions of the Riddle'Thar Epiphany
  • With the two kingdoms in disarray, Rid-Thar-ri'Datta preaches the will of Riddle'Thar to the hopeless Khajiit, bringing a new era for the cat-people that revered the Mane of Torval. The Confederacy is restored and Rid-Thar becomes the spiritual leader of Elsweyr, remaining so since.
  • Rid-Thar-ri'Datta's move to power reshapes Elsweyr's culture. Torval undergoes a renaissance as more and more acolytes traveled to the city to witness the Mane's benevolent might. From the Palace of the Mane, Rid-Thar establishes the Ri'Datta Dynasty that rules Torval as their sovereign leader while the Mane controls the entire province.
  • Veneration for Riddle'Thar increases tenfold, overpowering worship that had been established for Alkosh, the Dragon King of Cats. Because of this, the Temple of Two-Moons Dance in Rawl'kha became the center of cultural influence over the mountain temple of the Sunspire, where Alkosh had shouted down the star-made knight, Pelinal Whitestrake.

Sixth Century[edit]

2E 572 — The Second Akaviri Invasion occurs; the Ebonheart Pact is formed.

Ninth Century[edit]

2E 870 — The Battle of Stonefalls (Conquest of Morrowind/Tiber Wars)
  • Under the command of the Colovian Warlord Bruccius Caudex, the Imperial Legion stormed the region of Stonefalls, following their victory over the Velothi Strip. The cities of Kragen Mar and Ebonheart were taken by the Legion within a matter of a month. Bruccius Caudex assumed the role of Provisional Governor of Stonefalls.
  • King Zahshur Ra'athim of Ebonheart was forced to retreat onto Firemoth as the Legion took control of his domain. Warlord Caudex had the grand collection of Castle Ra'athim burned, resulting in various artifacts lost in the fire. The Annals of Ebonheart were destroyed in the fire, losing detailed history on the Ra'athim Clan, and the history of Ebonheart.
  • King Zahshur was forced to surrender when the Legion marched onto Firemoth. The King and Governor Caudex negotiated, and while the King was spared from death, he was forced to swear allegiance to the Third Empire. The Ra'athim Clan remained in Ebonheart, albeit under the allegiance of Emperor Tiber Septim and his dynasty.

2E 881 — Siege of Orcrest (Tiber Wars) occurs; Last Stand of Anequina.
  • After the ten-year-long, Battle of Lhaj'rawl, the cities of Rimmen and Riverhold were taken by the Third Empire, and so the battle continued towards Orcrest, the warrior capital of Elsweyr, in the 3rd of Morning Star. King Bakhum of Orcrest confronted the Imperial Legion outside of Orcrest, commencing a year-long battle against the Legion, which led to the downfall of Anequina.

Third Era[edit]

First Century[edit]

3E 95 — The Kingdom of Ebonheart had reached its peak in wealth.
  • After years of making connections and business, the Kingdom of Ebonheart, under King Feranos Ra'athim, become one of the most wealthy and industrious city-states in the Third Empire, due to the success of the East Empire Company. The King had married the Hlaalu noblewoman, Hlamori Mothryon of Omaynis and had a child, Katariah.

Second Century[edit]

3E 110 — The War of the Isle occurs.

3E 120Kintyra Septim II is crowned Empress; The War of the Red Diamond begins
  • Following the death of Emperor Antiochus I, his daughter, Kintyra I was crowned the Empress of Tamriel at a young age, as opposed to the older Prince Uriel III. In response, Queen Potema Septim waged war against the Third Empire in what became the War of the Red Diamond. Several of her allies rallied to her, such as the March of Glenpoint and the Kingdom of Fharun.

3E 121 — Empress Kintyra II was executed; Uriel III is crowned Emperor
  • Because of Uriel III and Potema's negative public opinion, most of the Third Empire did not rally to their side, and openly protested against them. At the forefront of these protestors were the Kingdoms of Gilane and Lilmoth, bringing their respective factions to their sides as well. Some such as the Kingdom of Ebonheart reluctantly joined Potema's cause.
  • King Feranos of Ebonheart, and General Vhokken fought against the Imperial Legion of Bruma, at Neugrad Watch in Skyrim. Their victory was needed for Uriel III to be able to march onto Cyrodiil and eventually the Imperial City. Their battle was short, but was in their favor. Vhokken later led the assault onto Bruma, which paved Uriel's way onto the Silver Road.
  • A rebellion was organized in Glenpoint following the death of Kintyra II. Angered by Duke Mentin's betrayal of the Empress, the people of Glenpoint and the Glenumbra Moors rallied against the Duke and barricaded him in his throne room. Flags of Potema were torn, littered across the snowy floor. Duke Mentin was killed by the people. Out of this came the Breton tradition, the Broken Diamonds.
  • Knowing of Potema's possible reaction to Glenpoint's rebellion, King Mortyn II of Daggerfall offered assistance to their former rivals of Glenpoint, to which they accepted gladly. Relations between these states were secured, and a proper funeral, albeit without a body was conducted for Kintyra II at Daggerfall's city square. The newly-named Duke of Glenpoint was Lord Balthazar.

3E 137 — The War of the Red Diamond ends with the Siege of Solitude.
  • Emperor Cephorus Septim commences the Cleansing of Haafingar, which closed off the Hold so that Potema's influence and marks of Necromancy were wiped and the region returned to the cosmopolitan land it had originally been before Potema arrived. Out of this, the Hörme, and other pro-Potema groups had formed, with the former coming out from the Wolf-Skull Clan.

3E 141 — King Pelagius Septim III marries Duchess Katariah Ra'athim
  • The High King of Solitude, Pelagius III marries the Duchess of Vvardenfell, Katariah Ra'athim. Many speculated that the marriage was done to cement relations with Ebonheart, which is partially true. However, it was because of her shrewdness and drive as a leader that made her perfect for the young King. It was also because she could hide Pelagius' madness from the Empire.

Third Century[edit]

3E 249 — The Camoran Usurper begins his invasion over West Tamriel

3E 282 — Emperor Uriel V's conquest. (Fall of Black Harbor)
  • Following the capture of the surrounding islands, Emperor Uriel V invades the independent island-fiefdom of Esroniet, the former spice island of Tamriel. Uriel V's envoy approaches Prince Bashomon with a treaty for surrender, but the Prince denied. The AkaviriDunmer harbor city of Black Harbor was sacked by the Fourteenth Legion. Prince Bashomon's forces retreated to the southern coastal mountain.

3E 284 — Emperor Uriel V's conquest. (Capture of Esroniet)
  • At the Battle of the Aquatic Coast, Uriel V defeated Prince Bashomon and executed him in Black Harbor's town square. Where the last battle took place, the Imperial Legion built Fort Aquamoth and used it to establish their naval force for the impending invasion of Akavir. The Admiral-Warlord Ormellius Castorius is established as Provisional Governor of Jer'mao'ivir ("Eastern Sea Islands" in Dunmeris).

Fourth Century[edit]

3E 399 — The Imperial Simulacrum is over.
  • House Tharn is exiled from Cyrodiil due to Jagar Tharn's involvement. They take refuge in Roscrea, as they were friends with Queen Hania Four-Shields of Solitude. The royal house received strong criticism following the Emperor's return. However, House Tharn had disowned Jagar Tharn as an indirect member of the family, hoping to retain some of their public image by equally hating him.

Fifth Century[edit]

3E 400 — Crown Prince Arthago of the Kingdom of Sentinel disappears.
  • One mysterious night, the Crown Prince of Sentinel, Arthago disappeared, with no trace whatsoever. The royal family claimed that he was stolen by the Underking, but many were people were skeptical. Arthago's disappearance became one of the province's largest conspiracies, with some saying that it was plotted by his own parents.
  • Prince Arthago was imprisoned in the ruins of Castle Faallem, by kidnappers hired by King Camaron. By his order, the King had sent his feeble son to this prison specifically, to reflect the disgraced King Faallem at-Fhojum, of which the ruins are named after. The sickened prince died three days later of starvation and lack of sustenance. His body was discovered by the Underking's agents.
  • Dagoth Uthol, the Hand of Dagoth Ur, retakes the ruined city of Kogoruhn from the wilderness, making it the base of operations for the Sixth House. As the organization grows, Uthol excavates caves underneath the Ghostfence and Red Mountain to increase the import of supplies. Blight storms are more frequent and widespread while Soul sickness spreads in areas surrounding the volcano.

3E 402 — The War of Betony begins.

Fourth Era[edit]

First Century[edit]

4E 7 — The Great House Hlaalu has their status revoked by the Grand Council

4E 16 — High King Erarne Ice-Helm gives Solstheim to Morrowind.

4E 40 — The Umbriel Crisis occurs.
  • House Tharn returns to Cheydinhal following their exile to Roscrea, and after the events that befell from the Umbriel Crisis. The Matriarch of House Tharn, Arcadia Tharn was named the Countess of Cheydinhal after re-establishing order in the county seat. House Tharn is accepted back into the Third Empire, with some people questioning their supposed involvement in the Umbriel Crisis.

4E 180 — The Second Treaty of Stros M'Kai is signed.
  • After the Aldmeri victory at the Battle of Hew's Folly, but following the Redguard victory over the momentous Great Skirmish at the Blue Divide, both factions signed a treaty in Port Hunding's Grand Palace. The Aldmeri Dominion was forced out of Hammerfell, but attained substantial control over the Abecean Sea, even establishing a powerful enclave in Port Hunding.
  • For her resilient command during this conflict, Baroness Mara al-Bergama is named the High Queen of Hammerfell. Although her ascension to the throne sparked controversy across the province, specifically for her affiliation as a Lhotunic. But regardless, she manages the Kingdom rather well and trudges them to recover after the transpiring decade.

Second Century[edit]

4E 189 — The Cheydinhal Riots occurs.
  • Cheydinhal erupts into violence when both the Indarys and the Tharn families attempted to acquire control over the County, causing a schism between the people on which of these houses should continue to control the settlement. In the end, House Tharn was successful, but House Indarys remains in the city. Kastav Tharn is named the Count of Cheydinhal, re-establishing the peace in the county.