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Year of the Tankard
Moonshae
Reckoning
Cormyr
Reckoning
Tethyr-
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Netheril
Year
Timesong
of Serôs
1170 MR 1345 CR 1582 TR 338 NR 5229 NY 1440 TS
Mulhorand
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Ulutiun
Calendar
3506 MC 12 PR 2620 1444 1788 3920


1370 DR in conflicts


1370 DR in deities


Deaths in 1370 DR


1370 DR in environment


Migrations in 1370 DR


1370 DR in organizations

  • The Church of Dugmaren establishes a temple called the Athenaeum of Philosophy in Silverymoon to ensure a dwarven contribution to the collected knowledge of the new nation of Luruar.[15]
  • The Tower of Swift Death, a temple of Bhaal just outside Tyraturos in Thay, officially switches to the worship of Cyric, twelve years after the death of their god.[16]
  • The Emerald Enclave seizes control of the Whamite Isles.[17]
  • The Shadow Thieves under the leadership of Grandmaster Xabash return to Waterdeep and ally with the drow forces of Matron Azurna to bring down the City of Splendors. The same year the Shadow Thieves' were driven out from their stronghold in Undermountain.[12]
  • Clangeddin's Hearth attempts to take over their (Clan Melairkyn) ancestral ground in the Undermountain only to be slaughtered by Matron Azurna's drown and their corpses reanimated as lich's Morik Stormhand's playthings.[12]
  • Alturiak: An abandoned barge washes up in Skullport on the River Sargauth and is impounded by the Skullport Island Registry. They aution off the most unusual piece of cargo, a white dragon egg, to the owners of Hired Horrors. Concerns arise in the town that the mysterious egg's parents might come looking for it.[18]


1370 DR in people


1370 DR in politics

  • Riatavin and Trailstone secede from Amn to Tethyr.[22]
  • Ninety percent of the population of the Untheric city of Shussel vanish overnight in "the Vanishing". The city is taken by Mulhorandi military forces who use its port as a supply and troop route in their war against Unther.[23]


Miscellaneous


1370 DR in publications


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Appendix

Notes

  1. There is a discrepancy between For Duty & Deity and Faiths and Pantheons on the year Waukeen's rescue took place. The adventure module says the events take place late in the year 1370 DR and gives 24th Nightal as the official date of her return to godhood. The Faiths and Pantheons sourcebook says she was rescued and regained her divinity in 1371 DR.

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