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  • 45682 BC

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    The Firstborn Ancients
    Era beginning/end

    On the first day of this year, the The One is said to have created the first Tal'Nadir.   Written history began.

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  • 34595 BC

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    The Founding
    Founding

    It is believed that on this day, the Tal'Nadir Empire was founded.

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  • 27957 BC


    The Folly of the Tal'Nadir
    Disaster / Destruction

    The mightiest wizards of the Tal'Nadir Empire tried to become gods. Second only to The One. They failed. Their spell ripped holes in the fabric of space and time itself. Rifts opened all across the Telarul, letting all kinds of monstrous creatures into the world. This marked the beginning of the end for the Tal'Nadir.   The One has not been seen nor heard since this event.

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  • 27888 BC

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    Empire's End
    Disbandment

    The last stronghold of the Tal'Nadir Empire is overrun by monsters, and the Empire is officially no more.

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  • 27856 BC


    The Lastborn Ancients
    Era beginning/end

    With The One not responding, the Tal'Nadir struggled to survive the onslaught of the monsters that now roamed the world. Around this time, the last of the Tal'Nadir is born. A few short years after, the last one dies.

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  • 26319 BC


    The Rebirth
    Era beginning/end

    The Fourteen were born (then called The New Gods), and started influencing the world.

  • 21020 BC


    The Firstborn
    Era beginning/end

    Over the course of a few years, The Fourteen created the sapient races that currently roam the world. The Common Era begins.

  • 20354 BC


    The Accord of the Fourteen
    Religious event

    Each of the Fourteen gods tried to change the world to fit their image. This resulted in a clash of power that lasted for millenia, or no time at all, depending on you point of view.   Legend has it that the gods eventually realized that if they all tried to controll everything, all they would get was chaos. And thus the Accord of the Fourteen was created.

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    Introduction of the Common Calendar
    Religious event

    On the first day of this year, The Fourteen introduced The Common Calendar.

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