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1st CenturyEdit

Sudbaya 4E 4100

A very rough map showing the tribal territories of all the Sudbayan tribes at the end of the 1st Century of the 4th Millenium. Feim = Yellow Orm = Red Wul = Blue Harad = Orange Ton = Purple Nimhin = Pink Temir = Green Syk = Brown

4003Edit

  • The Shamanistic rule of the Harad tribe is ended by Nidud, a Harad hunter, who subsequently becomes King of the Harad.

4004Edit

4017Edit

4021Edit

  • Shaman rule is done away with in the Temir tribe by King Argus the Cruel.

4031Edit

4040Edit

4043Edit

4049Edit

4052Edit

4060Edit

  • King Volund becomes the king of the Wul after overthrowing shaman rule.

4062Edit

  • King Gernolf encourages his people to take to farming rather than hunting or gathering as their main source of food.
  • Temir territory now extends throughout the Temiri riverlands.

4065Edit

  • The Orm tribe becomes one of the most powerful tribes in Sudbaya

4067Edit

4075Edit

  • King Ralof squanders the wealth of the Temir for his own pleasure.

4086Edit

  • King Brinjolf becomes the first king of the Ton after overthrowing shaman rule.

4087Edit

4096Edit

4097Edit

2nd CenturyEdit

4100Edit

Sudbaya 4E 4100-4199

A very rough map of Sudbaya and the tribal territories in 4E 4199

4104Edit

4107Edit

4109Edit

4110Edit

4119Edit

4120 Edit

4121Edit

4123Edit

  • 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.

4128Edit

4131Edit

4136Edit

4138Edit

  • 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.

4141Edit

4142Edit

4146Edit

  • 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.

4148Edit

4155Edit

4156Edit

  • King Skulvar of the Ton dies a mysterious death and is replaced by his brother, Edvarr. King Edvarr, hungry for war, used much of his wealth to raise and improve the Ton army.

4157Edit

4162Edit

4164Edit

4172Edit

  • King Mann of the Orm is assassinated by his son Jorgun, widely regarded as a good leader. King Jorgun constructed the city of Shinyd.

4175Edit

4176Edit

4179Edit

4181Edit

  • King Mallorn of the Syk begins to experiment with magyk. Accused of shamanism, he is sealed in a cave by his nephew Rorn, and left for dead.
  • King Rorn is extremely religious and befriends the equally religious Nimhin.

4187Edit

4190Edit

4191Edit

4193Edit

4194Edit

4196Edit

4198Edit

3rd CenturyEdit

Sudbaya 4E 4299

A rough map of Sudbaya's tribal territories at the end of the 43rd Century

4201Edit

4202Edit

  • King Oleg of the Feim is overthrown after riots and replaced by King Soren, ending the 1st Feim Dynasty. King Soren rules peacefully.

4206Edit

4207Edit

4210Edit

  • 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 Bartrand of the Ton dies and is replaced by his son, King Skulvar II, a renowned monster-hunter.

4211Edit

  • 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.

4212Edit

  • Queen Aeda of the Temir abdicates peacefully, thus ending her dynasty. Her replacement, King Ralof II, brought prosperity and economic wealth to the Temir.

4216Edit

4218Edit

  • King Torrin of the Wul abdicated in favour of his nephew, King Torg II, who continued to expand the Wul army.

4220Edit

  • 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.

4222Edit

  • King Skulvar II of the Ton wages war on the Nimhin, plundering as he drives the Nimhin to Peran. This is known as the 1st Ton-Nimhin War.

4224Edit

  • King Torg II of the Wul is assassinated by his son, King Mjor the Just.
  • A peace treaty is brochered between the Ton and the Nimhin, ending the 1st Ton-Nimhin war, with the Ton clearly the victors.

4226Edit

  • Queen Bjarla of the Nimhin abdicates after riots, thus ending her dynasty. She is replaced by King Bjorn, who rebuilt the wealth of the Nimhin after the war and reigned peacefully.

4228Edit

  • King Jorgun of the Orm dies an unknown death, thus ending his dynasty. He is replaced by King Tonhin, a man deeply suspicious of the Wul tribe.

4230Edit

  • King Tonhin of the Orm declares war on the Wul tribe, starting the 1st Wul-Orm War. The war in this early stage is bloody and brings many losses to both sides.

4231Edit

  • 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.

4233Edit

  • King Tonhin of the Orm is captured in battle, his fate unknown. Thus ends his dynasty. He is replaced by King Fargus, who lost Holgar Hill in a battle but quickly reclaimed it.

4236Edit

4240Edit

4242Edit

  • King Darvin of the Orm and King Mjor of the Wul agree to a peace treaty, ending the 1st Wul-Orm War.

4246Edit

  • 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.

4248Edit

4249Edit

  • King Mjor of the Wul abdicates peacefully in favour of his brother, Norn III, a war hero from the 1st Wul-Orm War. He is, however, a poor king.
  • King Sharn of the Ton dies a natural death, ending his dynasty. He is replaced by King Bartrand II, who advanced Ton technology in his reign and built Tonjir as a city.

4250Edit

  • 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 Bjorn of the Nimhin dies a natural death and is replaced by his nephew, King Mann III, who during his reign led the Nimhin east and claimed the Yrd river.

4261Edit

4262Edit

  • The Temir, led by King Ralof II, waged war on the Syk and beat them back to the Zantholm. This is known as the 1st Temir-Syk War.

4263Edit

  • A peace is brochered, ending the 1st Temir-Syk War, the Temir having conquered large parts of Syk territory.

4264Edit

4266Edit

  • King Sharn of the Orm dies a natural death and is replaced by his son Ormundgur, who solidifies the religious rule of the Orm tribe.
  • Queen Ingrid of the Harad abdicates peacefully and is replaced by her granddaughter, Queen Olga the Warmaiden. 
  • King Ralof II of the Temir dies a natural death and is replaced by his grandson, King Darlon, whose early reign is very peaceful and prosperous.

4270Edit

  • King Nidud of the Syk dies a mysterious death, replaced by his brother, King Thrym III, who in his reign builds up a massive army with wealth gained by trading with the Midbayan tribes.

4273Edit

4275Edit

  • King Ormundgur of the Orm is assassinated by his son, Sharn II, who during his reign constructed Holgar Hill as a military fort.

4278Edit

4280Edit

  • King Tjor II of the Orm begins raiding the Wul, forcing the Wul tribe to delcare war, begining the 2nd Wul-Orm War.

4283Edit

4284Edit

  • King Hamon II of the Orm is captured in battle, his fate unknown, thus ending his dynasty. He is replaced by King Darvin II.
  • Queen Olga of the Ton dies a natural death and is replaced by her daughter, Queen Gertrude, who increased the wealth of the Ton.

4288Edit

  • 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.
  • King Thrym III of the Syk is forced to abdicate by his son, King Fargus II.
  • King Fargus II of the Syk retakes Sykdnjir, beginning the 2nd Temir-Syk War.

4290Edit

  • King Oleg II of the Feim , his mind lessened by age, sends his armies against the Sacens, starting the 1st Sacen-Feim War. At first, the Feim are mostly victorious, driving the Sacens far south.

4291Edit

  • King Mann III of the Nimhin abdicated peacefully in favour of his grandson, King Fjorland II, who reigned peacefully and strengthened relations with the Temir.
  • A peace treaty is brochered between the Temir and the Syk, placing territorial borders roughly where they are today, ending the 2nd Temir-Syk War.

4292Edit

  • 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.

4293Edit

  • Queen Gertrude of the Ton is assassinated, ending her dynasty. She is replaced by King Torr, who builds the city of Dunegaar during his reign.

4295Edit

See AlsoEdit

Kings of Sudbaya

Timeline of Sudbaya

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