The original Tameri settlers move on, abandoning Keskala (then known as Dira) for unknown reasons.
A group of Thai'lar come across the ruins of Keslala (as Dira) and decide to settle- naming their new village E'sevi.
Keskala (as E'sevi) is once again abandoned by its Thai'lar inhabitants for unknown reasons.
Exploration Master Yen Tae-Hyun's team establishes a main base of operations on the old ruins of Keskala (last known as E'sevi), and uses it for their many expeditions in the region.
The discovery of the Kuai’ain Palace ruins and subsequent founding of Port Chara'Huyan lead to the village once again being abandoned.
The collapse of a Druuma stronghold in the nearby portion of the Kogria Mountains drives surviving members of Clan Skala to the remnants of the old village. Intending to use it as a temporary base while they reclaimed their stronghold, the Clan instead chooses to settle permanently- calling the village Keskala.
Shael is saved from a bandit attack by Kod Zuzagar. Under Corellon's guidance he decides to follow Kod, hiring on at his post office in Keskala; officially his position is to escort postage during runs. But Kod and Shael's real work lies in their smuggling business, moving goods and people across borders. Feeling compelled to help out those less fortunate, the majority of their personal cargo consists of escaped slaves trying to settle down in a safer place.
Aneirin Mylel is sent by the Noble Fey Lhiannan to search for a Vestige known as Lightbringer- last seen on the Material Realm three centuries ago. He is unceremoniously dumped in the middle of the Ajda-Donesh Basin in Talaina'vao, Tolara, without any direction.