The first date of known time according to the Tihagi Calendar.
A Merchant Vessel from Olienn is blown off course by a storm. It shipwrecks on the Inetra Islands, just off what would eventually become the Athimyr Coast. When the ship is finally repaired it sets sail back to its homeland to share their discovery- leaving a handful of crewmembers behind to build a settlement.
in 5715, after the first few waves of Tolaran Settlers, the Explorer's Guild is established to organize and aide in the exploration of the Tolaran mainland.
Three years after the founding of the Explorer's Guild, the budding industry of Tolara's Shippers and Merchants band together to found the Merchant's Guild.
A new, emerging group of craftsmen who manufacture items using Tolaran materials establishes the Artisan's Guild in an effort to give them a competitive edge in the world market and secure favor with the Merchant's Guild.
Deamod e'Lufaren, High Priest of Farenthal, breaks ground on the Temple of a Thousand Faces in what will eventually become the City State of Saethar'Kori... Providing a place for the budding population of Tolara to worship freely- as well as other services that were instrumental in aiding the developing colonies to prosper; construction is completed in 5749, almost 20 years after starting.
After decades of exploration and settlement, the new settler's of Tolara are locked in a never ending battle with one another over land. To solve this conflict, The Opal Accords are signed- granting each of the original settlement colonies a recognized territory on Tolaran land.
In 5762 a group of elixermakers split off from the Artisan's Guild and band together to form the Flaconer's Guild. They expand their membership to include Brewers and Medical Professionals of varying stripes.
After the events that led to the Ilerian migration out of Eris'ka, the Priest's Guild is founded to promote the understanding and tolerance of the diversity of faith among the Tolaran people.
After the events of The Red Schism, the Enethi and Tameri peoples migrate to safer areas; the Enethi choose to head west into the Barvati Desert, whereas the Tameri travel south into the Purulu and Arnak mountains, Later the Tameri decide to push further south in favor of more hospitable land.
Seeking to create a system that could be learned by anyone of any status or profession, Tihagi of Wolf Clan asked her people how they often told time amongst themselves. It was from her Clan's folk methods of timetelling that the Tihagi Calendar was eventually derived.
During a nearly 2 year long mission in the Southern Peninsula, an Elite Expedition Team from Eris'ka is unable to confirm the existence of a creature reported by another Southern Expedition Team. Near the end of the expedition, however, they stumble across a mass of ruins from a previous civilization... They return to Eris'Ka with their discovery.
With the discovery of the first Sa'avian ruins in Tolara, the Mage's Guild is established to study these strange new artifacts of magical nature.
The fifth Sa'avi ruin is discovered half submerged on the western coast of the southern peninsula of Tolara. The expedition, led by Yen Tae-Hyun, wastes no time in founding the port city of Chara'Huyan to aid in its study... After nearly a decade, the ruins are named the Kuai’ain Palace; study by Archivists and Archaeologists, spearheaded by the Mage's Guild, led to amazing advances in their knowledge of the Sa'avi.
Now named the Mai-Ben'hat Palace, the ruined structure was unearthed in the Nisaba Pass by Archaeologist Hamadi Sebek in 6393. According to documentation and investigation, it was the foremost Sa'avian royal site before Spellfire led to its destruction- forcing the royal family to relocate to the western Kuai’ain Palace around the year 3000.
Having finally come of age, Mala'kai Avirotka assumes the identity of a Dwarf and sets off on his own, heading north through Nisaba Pass. Eventually he settles in the Druumarian Stronghold of Clan Dhal- located in the southern reaches of the Tarael Mountains, between Eris'ka and Ar'lasang Vaerda'ky.
Seeking a place of shelter for her people, Di'kae Milona is founded in Tolara's northern reaches. Its first Empress (Her Imperial Majesty, Empress Nhiliara e'ta Za'vaed) establishes the 4 Noble Houses of Milona- as well as the Imperial House of Za'vaed.
After the founding of Di'kae Milona, the sovereigns of each existing Kingdom and Territory within Tolara come together to sign the The Astrantia Charter. This Charter formally recognizes their nations (including Gwyn Tira'Kie) as individual sovereign states. In addition to finalizing the sovereignty of the nations, The Astrantia Charter solidifies the foundation of the Tolaran Guilds- granting them special permissions and authority across Tolara, independent of the newly formalized nations (except in the Guild controlled region of Gwyn Tira'Kie).
Ceiba Lanael manages to track down a poacher catching animals and selling them as exotic pets, but keeping them in horrible conditions. Unfortunately she injures him severely during a struggle, and he later dies of his injuries.
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.
While constructing the lower levels of the Imperial Palace in Di'kae Milona, construction workers stumble upon a buried set of Sa'avian ruins; construction is halted for a year while the Arcanist's Guild works with Her Imperial Majesty, Empress Nhiliara e'ta Za'vaed, on a plan.
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.