King Olaf of the Temir is forced to abdicate after squandering away the wealth of his tribe. The tribe's chief hunter, Sinjor, replaces him as king, ending Olaf's bloodline. King Sonjor of the Temir befriends King Hamon of the Nimhin and the two tribes form a fast alliance.
King Thorim of the Syk attempts to reinstate shamanism, but is thwarted by his nephew Mallorn, who becomes king of the Syk. King Mallorn is considered a very good king, greatly improving agriculture and wealth of the Syk tribe.
King Tjor of the Orm is assassinated and replaced by his brother Mann. King Mann, druing his reign, sees the invention of a large raft which is used to greatly improve transport and trade across the Orm River.
King Volund II of the Wul is assassinated by Torrin, who becomes his successor and ends Volund's dynasty. During his reign, King Torrin built up a massive Wul army and became agressive, particularily towards the Orm tribe.
King Soren of the Feim abdicates peacefully and his nephew, King Knut the Bear, takes the throne in a cruel sweep after killing Soren's sons and daughters. King Knut the Bear expands Feim territory all the way south to Sudbaya's current border.
King Nidud III of the Harad is forced to abdicate by his wife, Queen Ingrid, the 1st queen of the Harad. Queen Ingrid is incredibly religious and, during her peaceful reign, reputadely had a Valkyrie advisor.
King Knut the Bear of the Feim is assassinated after his sons are murdered, ending his dynasty. King Olaf II becomes king of the Feim. During his reign, he constructs Suplyr as a city and began trading with the Sacen and Pictians tribes, greatly improving the Feim wealth.
King Thrym II of the Syk begins summoning demons in an effort to extend his magykal power. This causes riots and he abdicates in order to continue his research. He is replaced by his wife, Queen Wolni the Wise, the 1st Queen of the Syk, whose reign is peaceful.
King Darvin of the Orm dies a natural death and is replaced by his brother, King Sharn. King Sharn, during his reign, constructed the 1st Stone buildings (walls in particular) in both Ormyrban and Shinyd.
King Olaf II of the Feim dies a natural death, ending his dynasty. He is replaced by King Oleg II. During his reign, he raised a large army and built many forts on the the Feim's southern border to house his army.
King Darvin II of the Orm captures and executes King Volund III of the Wul, thus ending the 2nd Wul-Orm war. Orm Territory had increased all the way to the Wul tribes southern border. During his long, peaceful rule, King Darvin II built the cities of Hammerhold (then known as Hamonhold), Guntheid, Morrisyd and Tementyr. He aslo began trading with the Feim and the Temir during his reign.
King Edvarr of the Wul replaced his father, King Volund III, as king of the Wul. During his early reign, he increased Wul territory right up to the Harad's southern border.
The Sacen tribes join forces with many Pictian tribes and an unknown Midbayan tribe to attack the Feim. They capture and execute King Oleg II of the Feim and drive the Feim back to their forts, ending the 1st Sacen-Feim War.
Queen Bierta of the Feim, daughter of Oleg II, becomes the first queen of the Feim, famed for having cut down hundreds of Sacens by herself to reclaim her father's body. She brochered a peace agreement and, during her peaceful reign, encouraged a great religious tradition in her tribe, particularily towards Harth.