500 B.T.R and Before: The people of the stars1 and moon thrive in a foggy, thickly wooded land of the old gods that only knows darkness. This is purportedly southern Alouion beyond Gryiche's Wall.

270 B.T.R: The old gods bless Cheaiudru, the Chosen Hero, who travels far and wide to find the seeds of the world, planting them in the sea north of their land. This soon grows into what becomes northern Alouion. The people of the stars and moon move there.

0 A.T.R: Newcomers from the mainland, the people of bronze2, slowly drive the people of stars back south, where they awaken the displeasure of the old gods by bringing the light of the sun with them. This begins a long, hard war between the people of the stars and the creatures sent by the old gods to punish them. Some gods side with the people of the stars, while the people of the bronze grow in the north. This is known as The first Rift.

56 A.T.R: The Ard Rhi, Gryiche, ruler of all the tribes of the people of the stars, builds a wall to keep the creatures of the darker gods away. This wall becomes what is now the Gryiche Mountain Range. The land beyond the wall grows ever harsh and unknown, a trend that continues.

189 A.T.R: The Ard Rhi Séadhna unites the people of the stars with the people of the bronze, ruling over them both justly in a period of peace and growth.

377 A.T.R: Due to unknown reasons, the people of the stars retreat further south, leaving Seadru Wyvere, a man born of stars and bronze, to rule over the people of the bronze- or, Rseidh, in their language.

512 A.T.R: Fraternization between the peoples of the stars and bronze become increasingly rare each year. The people of the stars slowly become the stuff of folklore and legend.

617 A.T.R: Icephore Sanglent, King of Ainasse in the mainlands, leads his people into Alouion. They bring with them Diune, the twice God. In a series of swift victories believed to be helped by the usage of iron tools and weapons, Icephore and his people conquer Alouion.

703 A.T.R: The shaky rule over the native inhabitants of Alouion leads to widespread dissent which culminates in the first Alouion civil war, led by the Ainassian Sanglents and Rseidh Wyveres. After fifteen years of war, the Wyveres seize the throne from the Sanglents and establish a written system of checks and balances among the noble houses.

913-951 A.T.R: Tragedy after tragedy hits the Wyveres, and political maneuvering slowly raises the status of the Ainassians.

1081 A.T.R: The last Wyvere descendant, Naoise, dies of old age. The Sanglents take the throne peacefully.

1132 A.T.R - 1142 A.T.R: The Ten Year War. Mainland Ainassians invade Alouion with the financial backing of Renaçal bankers, which serves to unite all of Alouion. The first three years was spent repelling the invasion under the leadership of King Carles Sanglent VI, Marche Wilam Gedyrstig the Younger, Lord Colbert Conserrer, and Baron Ralph Redoter. In the fourth year, Marche Gedyrstig retook the east. This is commonly held as the turning point that eventually led to the Alon victory, though rumors suggest that a small force was sent into Ainasse to hold their attention there. The King's Cabinet strongly advised against occupation of Ainasse, and much to the chagrin of the rest of the nobility, the King withdrew on behalf of peace.

1153 A.T.R: The present. Issues of the past have been swept under the rug of national commerce as Alons turn their resentment outward- at least on the surface. Officially, there are no longer Rseidh or Ainassian- just Alon. King Jean Sanglent rules in Iynchester, trying to increase the power of the throne while the other ruling families play out their own plots.