|1||Year of Sunrise|
- The Standing Stone is raised by the elves of Cormanthyr and the Dalesmen, starting the Dalereckoning Calender.
- Empire of Shoon (Iltkazar) in Calimshan.
|2||Year of the Smiling Hag|
|3||Year of the Faded Flower|
- Rise of the sahuagin empire of Aleaxtis. The sea devils emerge from a century of war with the merrow of the Alamber to claim more than half of that sea as their own.
|4||Year of the Slaked Blade|
- Ioulaum is reportedly slain in a spellbattle with a cabal of alhoon (illithiliches).
- Ashtukzu II, son of King Ashtukzu I and a Turami noblewoman, besieges Westgate with a force of mercenaries from Alaghôn. The inhabitants of Westgate rise up in open rebellion, and King Thunn is drowned in the small river that drains into Westgate's harbor and forever after bears his name.
- Laranla Imdalace of Ardeep disappears and rulership of Ardeep passes to her kinswoman Embrae Aloevan.
|5||Year of the Clutched Emerald|
- The syl-pasha establishes gates between various sites in Calimport and his new imperial capital rising at Shoonach.
|6||Year of Firestars|
- Chapter 6 of "Cormyr: A Novel"
- Ondeth Obarskyr and his family settle in the forest of Cormyr.
|7||Year of the Vampires' Sun|
|8||Year of Spellspheres|
|9||Year of the Falling Wall|
- The city of Suzail is founded.
|10||Year of Dreams|
- The Netheril region is renamed Anauroch after the greatest of its two survivor states.
|11||Year of the Mellifluent Sphinx|
|12||Year of Wistful Looks|
- Rise of the Triton Protectorate of Vuuvax beneath the waters of the Inner Sea.
|13||Year of the Sweet Songs|
|14||Year of the Unknown Beloved|
|15||Year of Glittering Glory|
- Amahl III (-14 to 50), son of Amahl II, becomes Emperor of the Shoon Empire.
- The syl-pasha of Calimshan moves his court and much of the empire's power to Shoonach. As Calimport remains the primary port for his empire even though it is no longer the capital, Syl-Pasha Akkabar Shoon establishes a tightly controlled puppet dynasty on the Caleph's Throne.
|16||Year of Distant Thunder|
|17||Year of Crashing Glee|
|18||Year of the Lasting Wonders|
|19||Year of the Blessed Beast|
|Year of Fallen Fury|
- The human Calendar of Harptos adopts the elven holiday of Cinnaelos 'Cor ("The Day of Corellon's Peace") and renames it Shieldmeet, celebrating it every four years since.
- Iljak grows into a major trade city. Few villages remain outside a 50-mile radius of the expanding city.
|21||Year of Lamenting|
|22||Year of the Empty Fist|
|23||Year of Falling Arrows|
|24||Year of the Evasive Hare|
|25||Year of Many Runes|
- Church of Deneir founded.
|Year of Opening Doors|
- Chapter 10 of "Cormyr: A Novel"
- The human realm of Cormyr is founded by Obarskyr family; the Elder Kings begin their reign. 1 CR (Cormyrean Reckoning).
- Faerlthann (? to 55), 1st King of Cormyr.
|27||Year of Shadowed Blades|
- The syl-pasha of Calimshan dies under mysterious circumstances while enchanting magical items in his chambers deep beneath the Imperial Mount of Shoonach. King Amahl III succeeds his great-great-grandfather as ruler of Calimshan and Tethyr. After establishing another puppet regime on Tethyr's throne, Amahl III crowns himself Qysar ("emperor") Amahl Shoon III of the Shoon Imperium.
- Rahman (4 to 63), son-in-law of Emperor Amahl III, becomes King of Tethyr.
- End of the Shoon Dynasty in Tethyr; beginning of the Cormal Dynasty (Shoon Traitorum).
|28||Year of the Barren Fields|
|29||Year of the Carved Cliffs|
|30||Year of the Crushed Monument|
|31||Year of the Garrulous Gargoyle|
|32||Year of Errant Arrows|
|33||Year of Slowing Sands|
|34||Year of Purloined Power|
- The Melairkyn clan of Undermountain is decimated by a drow onslaught; dwarven rulership ends with death of King Melair IV (buried in the Lost Level).
|35||Year of Scaled Lightning|
|36||Year of Consuming Ice|
|37||Year of Dark Venom|
- King Ashtukzu II of Westgate is slain by assassins, although their employer is never discovered. The royal line of succession is thrown into dispute as the stepson and illegitimate half-brother of Ashtukzu II battle for the crown of Westgate. After three months of civil war, both men are slain on the very same night, mere hours after the arrival of a trade envoy from Unther, Great Lord Hurnmul. Fearing that Hurnmul seeks once again to impose Gilgeam's will on the city, Westgate's senior nobles blame Gilgeam's agents for the king's assassination and for fomenting the chaos that ensued. After a week of battles in the streets between the trade envoy's "bodyguards" and the nobles' private militias, Great Lord Hurnmul and his troops are driven from the city. Within the hour, the late king's seneschal, Kergaard Twinblade is crowned as king of Westgate. King Kergaard is universally acknowledged as a weak king, wholly beholden to the nobility. His reign marks the beginning of a period of decline for Westgate as royal authority slowly unravels.
|38||Year of Verdant Pain|
|39||Year of Proud Flame|
|40||Year of the Gaunt Wolf|
|41||Year of the Branded Lady|
|42||Year of the Charging Calvalry|
|43||Year of Frostbrands|
|44||Year of the Vow Manifest|
- The Night of Ringing Shields celebrates the creation of the three Demonbane Shields by Anachtyr's clergy in the Alimir mountains.
|45||Year of the Torpid Arms|
|46||Year of the Hidden Fortress|
|47||Year of the Crystal Orb|
|48||Year of the Bloodied Pikes|
|49||Year of the Deadly Joust|
- The Vilhon Reach grows. By this time, Hlondeth establishes itself as both a port city and a major landmark along the Tunway. The cities of Mussum, Samra, and Arrabar spring up along the southeastern shores of the Vilhon. Daroush, Torl, and Asple are established on the northwestern shore.
|50||Year of the Barbed Wind|
- Qysar Amahl Shoon III dies and is succeeded by Qysar Shoon I.
|51||Year of the Red Pearls|
|52||Year of the Thundering Horde|
- The first permanent farms are established in the Waterdeep area by locally settling tribes.
|53||Year of the Desert Kingdoms|
- Sundryl Aeravansel leaves the city of Cormanthor and never returns. The reason for this is some grudge that Sundryl held with the Coronal and Sundryl's attachment to the eastern woods.
|54||Year of the Forlorn Prince|
|55||Year of the Caustic Blood|
|56||Year of the Laughing Nightmare|
|57||Year of Lamplit Nights|
|58||Year of the Dazzling Dolphins|
|59||Year of the Tangled Threads|
|60||Year of the Pirate's Lost Eye|
|61||Year of the Branded Mage|
- Qysar Shoon I decrees the establishment of the Wizard's Consortiums of all the cities of his realm, to which attendance is mandatory for all wizards. Those who resist are slain, and soon Shoon I knows of nearly every mage within his domain, which allows him better control over such forces.
|62||Year of the Lonely Daughters|
|63||Year of the Winsome Trio|
- Leodom I (35 to 97), 5th son of Rahman, King of Tethyr.
|64||Year of the Boisterous Orc|
- Settlement of the Twilit Land, the coastal area between present-day Neverwinter and Waterdeep begins in this year by the Northmen.
|65||Year of the Foaming Wave|
|66||Year of the Spellbound Heir|
|67||Year of the Redolent Innkeeper|
|68||Year of the Echoing Chasm|
- Saeval Ammath is born into House Ammath, and numerous portents indicate he will become the Archmage of the House later in life.
- Drow raiding Mount Melairbode establish the prison adjoining the Lost Level of Undermountain.
|69||Year of the Lit Pathway|
|70||Year of the Mournful Dance|
|71||Year of the Entwined Sculpture|
|72||Year of the Climber's Rest|
|73||Year of Wise Council|
|74||Year of the Fearful Mercinary|
|75||Year of Clinging Death|
- Plague racks the civilized Realms (Empires of the Sands, Vilhon Reach). More than 50% of the total population of the Vilhon are killed in as little as 10 years.
- More than half of Westgate's inhabitants fall victim to the deadly plague spread by sailors from the Vilhon Reach, including King Kergaard, who dies without an heir. Hygaarth Croam, an itinerant priest of Ilmater, is instrumental in organizing the city's priesthoods to combat the epidemic. By the first frost, the plague has run its course and Westgate's surviving populace demands that the humble Hygaarth assume the mantle of kingship, thus establishing the Croam dynasty. Seeing the duties of rulership as another trial to be borne in the name of the god of suffering, Hygaarth rules ably for two decades until his death in the Year of the Mournful Harp.
- Qysar Shoon I of the Shoon Imperium dies and is succeeded by his third son, Qysar Shoon II.
- Alaundo the Seer arrives in Candlekeep.
- Moander the Darkbringer hurls his forces and the "creeping evil" against the elven city of Tsornyl, blighting much of the surrounding woods. The magic of Moander twists all life, both follower and victim alike, into corrupt monsters, including deepspawn and shambling mounds. While the evil could not be destroyed, High Magic severed the creeping evil from Moander and imprisoned the corruption at Tsornyl (soon to be called the Darkwatch). This weakened the Darkbringer's presence in Toril, though it cost the lives of thirty-two elves, including two High Mages, to sever and bind the power.
- The elven realm of Rilithar is finally abandoned by its moon and wood elf inhabitants due to the encroachment of human settlers and unceasing orc and troll raids from the Sword Mountains and Dessarin Valley.
|76||Year of Windsong|
- By this time, the dwarves are exterminated from all but three levels of Undermountain.
|77||Year of the Quivering Mountains|
|78||Year of the Closing Darkness|
|79||Year of the Whispering Woods|
|80||Year of the Mordant Blight|
|81||Year of the Vampiric Touch|
|82||Year of the Preordained Youth|
|83||Year of the Satyr's Adulation|
|84||Year of the Monotonous Speech|
|85||Year of the Orb Obsidious|
|86||Year of the Eyeless Wraith|
|87||Year of the Hoar Frost|
- Braerindra dies, becoming a baelnorn to protect Castle Cormanthor. She is known henceforth as the Watchnorn of Castle Cormanthor.
- The settlement of Eigersstor (Modern: Neverwinter) is founded by the Northmen.
|88||Year of the Flood|
|89||Year of the Faithful Oracle|
|90||Year of the Moor Birds|
|91||Year of the Scabbard Peace|
|92||Year of the Vanished Tattoo|
|93||Year of the Quiet Valley|
|94||Year of the Multitudes|
|95||Year of the Reluctant Hero|
- Uthgar, a Ruathym Northman, leads a reaver fleet against Illusk and succeeds in sacking this city. The Grand Cabal take refuge in the Host Tower of the Arcane. Most are soon brought low however by the furious beserker assaults of Uthgar's men, who ignore heavy losses to put them all to the sword. Others flee to magical safeholds or seal themselves in impenetrable chambers. The roused citizens of Illusk do succeed however in burning the raiders' ships, and the weakened reavers are eventually driven from the city by enraged citizen mobs.
|96||Year of the Mournful Harp|
- The warrior Stefan Blackspear proclaims himself Highlord of Illusk, and takes control of the leaderless city. Fearful that the members of the Grand Cabal may return to challenge his tenuous authority, Highlord Blackspear decrees that all wizards are exiled from Illusk and that it is forbidden for any citizen of Illusk to approach or enter the "evil" Host Tower of the Arcane. Following generations shun this tower as it is believed to be haunted and inhabited by fell and terrible creatures, some of whom include former members of the Grand Cabal who embraced lichdom.
|97||Year of Flickering Nyths|
- Hazam (64 to 113), 3rd son (adoptive; wife's son) of Leodom I, King of Tethyr.
|98||Year of Revealed Grimoires|
|99||Year of the Dragonstar|