The Colonies of Tegryon
1140 – 800 PF – The dragons spread throughout the continent of Lamradil defeating and subjugating the lesser races
768 PF – The Great Wyrm Thraximalon dies in battle defeating an uprising led by various humanoid religious figures leading an uprising against the Old Gods.
696PF – The worship of the Old Gods becomes the state religion and the lesser humanoid deities are suppressed violently by a draconic inquisition. With the death of the last priest of Lathandar the god himself departs.
17PF – The Great Wyrm Askeladran makes contact with extra planar entities and the resulting confrontation is believed responsible for the events which follow.
Skyfall – Great meteors rained down from the sky the world over leaving devastation and ruin in their wake. Crops failed and people starved causing massive upheaval the weakened Conclave is in no position to respond. The Old Gods fall silent and their absence is made obvious by the weakened response of the dragons and their servants to the uprising.
4SF – The breakup of Krakmanor continues with the foundation of several new kingdoms from the wreckage of the Eastern Provinces. Both Selucos and the Patrian kingdoms emerge and will dominate vast tracts of the wild countries despite being locked in bitter rivalry.
5SF – The humiliating surrender of the Dragonborn legions at Rai-Palin allows for the formation of the kingdom of Ethran in the Skye Isles
98SF – Vergain s’gauile unites the human tribes in the vacated Krakmanor province of Yevaine and with the aid of the Fey Court of Mists forges a royal council that will in turn elect him the king of the kingdom of Mereaine.
632SF – The discovery of the alchemical process to create Darksteel is stolen in one of the first recorded examples of industrial espionage in the colonies. Rapidly disseminated through the four powers the raw materials become a significant source of competition in Tegryon.
644SF – The escalating race for colonies in the new world leads to the Treaty of Laibacht delineating spheres of influence in Tegryon to the four Powers the Holy Verran Empire, Ethran, the Republic of Triasamene and Mereaine
687SF – The disappearance of the Verran treasure fleet under the command of Mateo de Encinas deprives the Verran Empire of a vast sum of money and places their Empire in danger of defaulting on several positions.
704SF – Conflict over trading ports in the Patrian kingdoms led to a war between Mereaine and the Holy Verran Empire. This bloody conflict would rage, with varying degrees of intensity for nearly twenty years.
719SF – In a stunning maneuver the Verran port of Cadis is razed by the totally legitimate seafarer the Count Jean-François-Marie Arquier.
722SF – The Treaty of Tarrenbrook ends the war with terms largely favourable to the kingdom of Mereaine. Despite this the ‘criminal’ Jean-François-Marie Arquier is turned over to the Verrans for his role in the sack of Cadis.
749SF – The Navigation Act passed by the Ethran Parliament to pay for the defence of the Tegryon Provinces is immensely unpopular in the colonies and marks the beginning of the resistance to Ethran rule