[Date unknown, but probablyaround 1997-98.]
I posted some months ago a chonology of kings and other events related to Furyondy (messages Furyondy 1-7) - Here is the chronology again - I filled in the gaps and modified one or two dates as a result of my last posting. if you see something that contradicts an official TSR information tell me
I have also been working on an extended chronology (all events) but it is partially written in french and includes some facts from my own campaign.
208 STINVRI (176 : 208-253 : 253)
254 THROMMEL I (210: 254-264: 264)
264 · THROMMEL II (233 : 264-279 ; 279)
279 THROMMEL III (252 : 279-327 : 327)
327 THROMMEL IV (273 : 327-358: 358)
358 THROMMEL V (298 : 358-358 : 363)
359 THROMMEL VI (338 : 359-365 : 365)
365 The Long Regency or First Regency (nil : 365-380 : nil)
- High-Priest PARES ofHeironeous (365-378)
- High-Priest SOLENTAN ofHeironeous (378-380)
383 THROMMEL VII (365 : 365/383-439 : 439)
439 THROMMEL VIII [Myro] (391 : nil-nil: 450)
439 First Vacancy (439-440)
- High Priestess KATHRYN of Heironeous
440 BELVOR I (391 : 440-441 : 441) - The Mortal King
447 BELVORII (416: 441-475: 507)
475 AVRAS (III) [aka Hugh] (450: 475-522: 522)
522 BELVORIII (481: 522-537: 537)
537 Second Regency (nil : 537-542 : nil)
- Lord THROSTIN: Regent of the Realm/ Knight Commander of the Hart
542 BELVOR IV (524: 537/542-?: ?)
(Birth date: Regency/Coronation - End of reign: Death)
In the case ofThrommel VII that means that he is born in 365 CY and that a regency started the same year. He was crowned in 383 CY and reigned until his death in 439 CY.
The rules are filled with contradictions such as :
Thrornmel II and Dyvers :
* Thrornmel II is credited to have let Dyvers became a free city (CY 526).
That's a mistake ...
* Thrommel III lived around the year 927 O.R. (CY 283). He is the king who decided to build Chendl. (See WG9 "Fate oflstus" Pg 83)
* In 526, the ruling king was Belvor III (See Wars Pg 3) - He reigned 15 years and died in 537, so ..
-- Read the following (for the fun of confusion):
WARS - Dramatis Personae: Iuz the Old; page 3: " So it was that Iuz's external threat sundered Furyondy internally. By 505 CY, a three-way split had grown in the ranks of the nobility.( ... ). Least in power was King Avras III with his estates and kin. Trapped in the lands between the more powerful factions, the king futilely strove to appease both "
WGR5, Iuz The Evil - Spawn of Evil; page 3. « King Avras grew concerned about the rise of evil north of his lands ... But neither furyondy nor Vesve was directly involved in the banishment ofluz, generally dated to 505 CY »
WGR4 - History of Land; page 3 : "luz's disappearance in 503 CY was met with a sigh of relief. The current king, Belvor II, was to happy to forget about the fiend "
There are many other references to A vras being the king who reigned when luz took control of the Northern Marches.
Most of the archives of Furyondy have been destroyed during the wars and the history has been compiled by Pluffet Smedger in CY 998 (four centuries after the wars)
(Side note: CY 998 = Oerth has not been destroyed and Rel Mord seems to have survived too)
aka Belvor X