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Year of Deep Water Drifting
Moonshae
Reckoning
Cormyr
Reckoning
Tethyr-
reckoning
North-
reckoning
Netheril
Year
Timesong
of Serôs
1280 MR 1455 CR 1692 TR 448 NR 5339 NY 1550 TS
Mulhorand
Calendar
Present
Reckoning
Shou
Year
Kozakuran
Calendar
Wa
Year
Ulutiun
Calendar
3616 MC 122 PR 2730 1554 1898 4030


1480 DR in conflicts

  • Several human assassins, led by a Cyricist priestess and bolstered by a number of barbazu, attack Lasparhall in Thentia in an attempt to assassinate the rightful ruling family of Hulburg, the Hulmasters. Harmach Grigor Hulmaster is slain, but the rest of the family survives. Shortly before Grigor's funeral, Geran Hulmaster is named Lord Hulmaster.[1]
  • In retaliation for the attack against his family, Geran Hulmaster travels in secret to Hulburg and secures the aid of Sarth Khul Riizar. Together, the two enter the Temple of the Wronged Prince and defeat Valdarsel, the priest who ordered the Hulmasters' assassinations.[1]
  • Members of the Cult of Reborn Flame try to awaken the primordial Achazar in the city of Imdolphyn. The ritual is stopped and the cult destroyed thanks to the efforts of a band of brave adventurers and a coalition of powerful individuals from the Windrise Ports.[2]


Deaths in 1480 DR


1480 DR in politics

  • After freeing the town from the tyranny of Rhovann Disarnnyl and his allies, Geran Hulmaster steps down as Lord Hulmaster. Young Natali Hulmaster, Geran's cousin is named the new Harmach, with Kara Hulmaster acting as regent until Natali comes of age.[1]
  • 15 Ches: On behalf of the Warlock Knights of Vaasa, Kardhel Terov swears upon his pact ring that the Knights will not interfere in the affairs of Hulburg or the Hulmasters for exactly 10 years.[1]
  • Danifae Yauntyrr, Chosen of Lolth, appears in Menzoberranzan, preaching Lolth's wish to raise wizards to equal standing with priestesses as Lolth wishes to acquire the divine portfolio of arcane magic. Danifae commands the leaders the city to search for relics of Mystra to fuel Lolth's creation of a new Weave sacred to her. Drow society is strained as many priestesses refuse to contemplate altering the status quo and accuse Danifae of being a fraud[8].
  • Waterdhavian noble titles become trade commodities for those with enough coin.[citation needed]


1480 DR in organizations


Miscellaneous


1480 DR in publications

Novels

Appendix

Notes

  • This year is incorrectly labeled the Year of the Dark Daughter in several sources, including the "Backdrop: Suzail" article in Dungeon #198. Alaundo's Roll of Years correctly identifies it as the Year of Deep Water Drifting.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Richard Baker (Nov 2010). Avenger. (Wizards of the Coast). ISBN 0786955759.
  2. Greg Marks (2010-03-11). Quench the Fire of the Raging God (MINI1-06) (ZIP/PDF). Living Forgotten Realms. Wizards of the Coast. pp. 40–48. Retrieved on 2017-07-18.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 James P. Davis (May 2010). Circle of Skulls. (Wizards of the Coast). ISBN 978-0-7869-5485-8.
  4. Jaleigh Johnson (July 2011). Unbroken Chain: The Darker Road (Kindle ed.). (Wizards of the Coast), loc. 4959. ISBN 0-7869-5533-3.
  5. Lisa Smedman (July 2012). The Gilded Rune (Kindle ed.). (Wizards of the Coast), loc. 4358. ISBN 0786960302.
  6. Erik Scott de Bie (September 6, 2011). Shadowbane (Kindle ed.). (Wizards of the Coast), loc. 4299. ISBN 0786958553.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Erik Scott de Bie (September 6, 2011). Shadowbane (Kindle ed.). (Wizards of the Coast), loc. 6237. ISBN 0786958553.
  8. Brian R. James, Eric Menge (August 2012). Menzoberranzan: City of Intrigue. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 13. ISBN 978-0786960361.
  9. Lisa Smedman (July 2012). The Gilded Rune (Kindle ed.). (Wizards of the Coast), loc. 2030. ISBN 0786960302.
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