The race of man is created in the Lowoods of Alunir.
The founding of the Stone City of Alunah in Alunir by Ahvin Gom, at the base of the Rosche. Mountains. Built in six years.
The Stone City of Alunah is completed in Alunir.
King Ahvin sends his son Nisch to explore the land south of the Terg River and the Falmun Range.
Nisch and his crew pass The Stalk and discover the islands of Plaia and Narvor in the Calsea.
Nisch’s crew discovers the island of Seng in the Bay of Almos.
Nisch lands ion the shores of the Bay of Almos and names the new land Ahvoh for his father
Nisch, in traveling southward through Ahvoh, discovers the Wooden City of Luene in the Lynwood and the race of Lovihr that inhabit it. Enamored by the beauty of Luene, Nisch sets out to construct his own civilization.
Nisch and the other Ahvans befriend the Lovihr despite language differences, by developing a new language with the help of Ahvan and Luean linguists.
The Lovihr of Luene help construct the Great City of Nishaira in the Bay of Almos, blending the superior stonework of the Ahvans and the detailed woodwork of the Lueans. Construction takes eleven years.
King Ahvin, concerned by the long silence of his son, sends a courier to speak to Nisch in Ahvoh.
The courier arrives at the docks of an uncompleted Nishaira.
Nisch tells the courier of his intention to remain in Ahvoh and construct his own empire like his father before him.
The courier delivers the message to Ahvin, who is displeased and somewhat threatened by his son’s decision. He sends a falcon back to Ahvoh warning Nisch that if he remains there, he and his followers will be labeled traitors of Alunah.
The falcon arrives in Ahvoh.
Nisch, upset by his father’s willingness to betray him, defies Ahvin’s threat.
Ahvin dispatches a fleet of ships to the Bay of Almos.
The Alunan warships arrive in the Bay of Almos, and the Battle of Ahvoh ensues. Alunah loyalists in Ahvoh stage an uprising from within Nishaira to assist the Alunan troops.
To the surprise of the Alunans, Luean troops support the Ahvans in battle, destroying most of the Alunan fleet and driving away the remaining few. Nisch renames Ahvoh Novo.
Kell Raptain, Nishairan emissary, discovers blastpowder ore in the Lovhic territory of Euras (nicknamed The Sickle by the Nishairans). Raptain builds a mine and establishes the town of Leeme and remains there to serve as Governor.
The Great City of Nishaira is completed in Novo.
Nishairan scientist, Vehnn Parlec, discovers a strange malleable mineral in the Novic Desert. The mineral appears to have levitative qualities. The qualities are immediately studied by Nishairan engineers.
Nishairan engineers weave the mineral into nets and tether them to ships. Heating the nets with steam causes them to propel the ship through the air.
Ahvin deploys troops to enter Novo from the north through the Terg Wetlands and the Norwood.
Nishairan watchers in the Lostz Tower of the Falmun Range see Alunan troops approaching the Terg Wetlands and send a falcon to Nishaira. Nisch deploys his new skyships and firebombs the Alunan troops, who where aghast by Nishaira’s new technology. The Alunans suffered yet another bitter defeat, but one of the Alunan soldiers managed to recover a piece of a fallen skyship.
Ahvin learns of the special mineral via the debris from the Battle of the Terg and orders his best explorers and scientists to set out in search of their own source or this mysterious mineral.
The exploration leader, Honig Dremmur, discovers a continent to the southwest which he names Trefys.
Dremmur’s lead scientist, Baug Lis, discovers the mineral in the Sylic Desert after three years of excavation. Dremmur dispatches a falcon with the news to Ahvin.
Ahvin dispatches thousands of excavation teams to Dremmur’s site in Trefys on ten ships.
Mass excavation of the mineral by Alunah in Trefys begins.
Lis suggests to Dremmur that they stay at the site and form a settlement separate from Alunah, like Nisch did in Novo, but Dremmur is angered by the prospect and tells Lis that he will pay for his treacherous thoughts. Lis kills Dremmur.
Lis announces his decision to the excavation settlers, and many who disagreed with these traitorous actions returned to Alunah, or were killed by the Trefians. Lis sends an emissary, Lib Karmik, across the Calsea to ask for aid from Nisch.
The Alunah loyalists from Trefys arrive in Alunah and tell Ahvin of the traitors. Ahvin deploys a small fleet to deal with the defectors.
The Trefian emissary Karmik arrives at the Nishairan outpost in Narvor and a falcon is sent to Nisch requesting support.
The Trefian Revolution begins as Alunan ships land on Trefys south of the Ardwood. The conflict appears to be in favor of the Alunans for once, until Karmik and a fleet of Nishairan skyships arrives and dispels the row. The Alunans pull back into Theig and set up camp. Nishaira pulls back to Narvor.
Trefians begin to build the infrastructure of a city, surrounded by the excavation sites.
Alunah attacks again and destroys most of Trefys, seizing control of the city. Lis is publicly decapitated, but Karmik and other Lis supporters flee to the south and build the town of Syle.
Alunah builds over the ruins of Trefys and continues mining the mineral.
Alunah builds a watch post settlement on the Brumm Shelf to watch for Nishairan reinforcements from Norvor across the Calsea.