Little is known of this age, which predates the Dawning Age. In fact, the specifics of the event divides the Roiling Age from the Dawning Age is unknown to all but the highest members of Vorocit's church. It is thought that this age encompasses all points from the beginning of time until some event enigmatically known only as "the Warping" - thought to be the beginning of arcane magic. It is thought that this age ended sometime around 5000KE.
The oldest dragon skeleton ever found dates to this year.
The oldest mass grave ever found, named The Doom of Dragonkind, dates to this year. Only records of it survive, as the winds of Valorus' icy deserts have long since covered it.
Records of massive, worldwide tsunamis can be found through oceanic displacement during this year.
The dragonborn Dying Queen of dragons and life is born in Xia. Atue Omelolth would be her name.
The elven Dying Queen of war and death is born in Ahm. Atue Runtoyek would be her name.
The genasi Dying Queen of creativity and fire is made in Umi. Atue Daskai would be her name.
The oldest record of a human dates to this year - a poem about a 'loss of inner fire.'
The Apotheothetical city of Ion is founded in Bestia. It remains to this day as the only known city of its kind, and still serves as its capital.
A revolt of halflings known as the Chance Rebellion is recorded to have happened this year.
The half-elf Dying Queen of magic and water is born in Zar. Atue Teirni would be her name.
The halfling Dying Queen of nature and air is born in Vol. Atue Ingreid would be her name.
The human Dying Queen of spirits and earth is born in Ion. Atue Marolain would be her name.
The Ritual of Unmaking is performed, banishing the Apotheotheticals and laying the Vindictus Curse, ending the Dawning Age and elevating the Dying Queens and imbuing them with great power.
The nine Created were formed from heroes of the age. The Saint Inquisitions are launched to swiftly put an end to those left behind that venerated the Apotheotheticals.
The dwarves begin their great Buildingage, carving vast halls of stone inside their mountains.
Madrogal II forms The Fraisian Grand Alliance to counter the growing threat of Arnast to the north.
Atue Runtoyek establishes a Queendom over the five principalities of Arnast. This comes to be known as The Arnastian Grand Alliance.
The first sending spell is cast, making communication between powers far easier.
The Bestian Grand Alliance is formed.
Demtri Cymadev is born. He would go on to form the Gravis Grand Alliance, and the Cymadev Dynasty remains a power player in the region's politics.
The Gravis Grand Alliance is formed.
The Dying Queen of dragons and life dies. Atue Omelolth's death makes her the first of the queens to die, and she leaves behind The Queen's Crater, a massive hole in the center of Draxus with a warped, twisting magic that corrupts all life that inhabits it. Thousands died in this event, which marks the end of the Age of Six.
The twin Elven cities of T'vathi are founded at each end of Falast Abas, the forest of shooting stars.
The first Constellation is found by a Dekenite cleric - a bone from a pig.
Halvan Manesaw discovers the process to brew the first dwarven powerstout, ending hte Dwarven Buildingage and beginning the Brewingage.
Zak Blackpack, the famed gnome inventor, discovers gunpowder. He died the same year.
Elken, under the lead of the Cymadev Dynasty, corners the world's market in gunpowder.
The Primex Crown passes to Vedmar Madrogal I. Despite his name, he was actually the fourth such Primex, but claimed to be a reincarnation of the original. Since this event, the count resets from III to I every four Primexes as a tradition. It is customary in the histories to simply say "The Primex Crown passes."
The Dying Queen of nature and air dies. Atue Ingreid's death makes her the second of the queens to die. Her death is widely credited with the Rending Scar - a massive parting of water in the center of Prenalia plagued by purple-black storms that generate chaotic lifeforms and portals to rings beyond the Ring of Colors. This event marks the end of the Age of Five.
Centurion Senator Rolant Mark Undertow was discovered as a Sevreian cultist after leading a semi-successful eugenicist movement that attempted to cull sections of the population he and his ilk found undesirable.
The Dying Queen of creativity and fire dies. Atue Daskai's death makes her the third of the queens to die. There were no significant marks left on the world by her death, but no known artifact has been created since she left the world. This event marks the end of the Age of Four.
The first skyfleet of Arnast's war-balloon armada is tested against the outer defenses of Ephistius, but are driven back.
Arnast slips a skyfleet of war-balloons into Ephistius via magic, destroying their supply chains.
The fraternal twins Andul and Ithrondil begin the Abas Wars upon their father Aegadar's death, burning a third of their kingdoms. They would last 338 years, and see half of the population of the elves in that area dead.
The Primex Crown passes to Vedmar Madrogal I.
The Primex begins construction on the facility at Veleshad, and a town is built atop it to obscure its true purpose. When it is completed five years later, it first serves as a research facility for new weapons technologies focused on dealing with large aerial threats. The facility is code-named Skylance. It will go on to supply Arnast with its lightbeam pyrimidal defense structures (Generational Hedrons), Gatlingspire with its weapons, and introduce many additional, unknown weapons to Centurion's forces.
The repeating gatling cannon is invented at Skylance. They give the project to the dwarves as cover.
The repeating gatling cannon is deemed a war crime by all nations except Indai, and is restricted to use in a five-mile radius about Gatlingspire only.
The first Generational Hedron is built in Arnast to house fallen members of its ruling caste.
Archmagus Valani Salvos is born.
The Dying Queen of magic and water dies. Atue Teirni's death makes her the fourth of the queens to die. While a significant blow to the Indaite government, she was succeeded this year by Archmagus Valani Salvos, who serves to this day. This event marks the end of the Age of Three.
Project VIPER (Veleshad Institute for Pathological Emergency Response) is established at the Veleshad facility. Dr. Janas Falswain is its first director. The program was made to develop deadly infections in order to find their cures to have on-hand in case of outbreak.
The Primex Crown passes to Vedmar Madrogal I.
The Primex orders every member of his council arrested. They were all tried for and found guilty of treason, and were executed the same day. The plot uncovered in the following years was a sinister ploy by Arnast to undermine Centurion forces to allow for a full-scale invasion, a fact backed up by Atue Runtoyek's own admission over a century later. This would raise tensions with Arnast to the highest they had ever been, putting Enos on the edge of war.
Every person in Veleshad is killed on the night of 16 Prima this year, their bodies left where they lay. The area has not been visited since by few, but those that have looked from afar say no rot has taken the corpses in the area now known as the ruin of Caidence's Thrust.
Atue Runtoyek, the Dying Queen leader of the Queendom of Arnast, publicly apologizes for her role in undermining Centurion's sovereignty. This ends what came to be known as the Century of Tension. Ambassadors were sent from Arnast to Centurion and vice versa in numbers not previously seen, establishing the network of diplomats known as the Queen's Voice.
The Southern Withering wipes out half the crops and a third of life on Enos in the single largest blight to ever sweep across the plane.