HISTORY OF THE LOST ISLANDS
The Tale of Time, according to the Llewenti Calendar (LC)
-10,000 to -5,000 LC: The Deities come to the Lost Islands
Six Deities rebel against the Gods. Eïwal Myos, Eïwal Ffeyn and Eïwal Vars are banished from the Assembly of the Gods and choose for their new realm a lost archipelago off the coasts of the Mainland. The three Eïwali convince three sister divinities to join them in their exile. Eïwele Llyi, Eïwele Llya and Eïwele Llyo secure the islands of the lost archipelago. The Assembly of the Gods entrust Gweïwal Uleydon, Lord of all Waters, to watch over them. Eïwal Ffeyn proclaims himself Deity of Winds and Storms, and Divinity of Freedom, Rebellion and Anger. Eïwal Vars proclaims himself Deity of Hunting, Divinity of War and Strength, and Lord of Forests and Beasts. Eïwal Myos proclaims himself Deity of Illusions and Shadows, and Divinity of poetry and pleasure. Eïwele Llyi is consecrated as Deity of Fountains, and Divinity of love, Beauty and Arts. The three deities of the Islands fight against each other to win her favours.
Eïwele Llya gives birth to the divine trees, the Eïwaloni, to transport the pure air of their treetops to her dwelling deep within the Lost Islands’ earth. She becomes Deity of Nature, and Divinity of Fauna, Flora and Fertility, and is also known as ‘The Mother of the Islands’. Storm Eagles are born out of her union with Eïwal Ffeyn.
Finally, Eïwele Llyo is consecrated as Deity of Starlight, and Divinity of Dreams, Fate, Death and Reincarnation.
-5,000 to -3,000 LC: The War of Giants and Deities
The race of Giants, scions of Gweïwal Agadeon, springs from the earth's depths and appears within the caves of the Arob Far Mountains in the island of Gwa Nyn. These spirits of stone and metal are made strong and unyielding by the Greater God of Earth. Not willing to endure the domination of others, they become enemies of the Archipelago's Deities and thereafter are called the Far Giants. 'The War of Giants and Deities' begin across the Archipelago. Eïwal Vars blocks other Giants from the Mainland from entering the Lost Islands by creating the mountain of Lepsy Peak, so named in reference to his raised finger.
-3,000 to -133 LC: The dawn of the Elves and the creation of their promised refuge
Around the year -3,000 LC, the Elves awake upon the Mainland, by the shores of the Inner Sea. They form nine different nations. The Assembly of the Gods offer them immortality, should they accept their summoning and swear their allegiance. Eïwal Ffeyn immediately oppose the Greater Gods’ plans for the future of the Elves. He leads the majority of them, the Free Elves, away from their influence. Gweïwal Uleydon captures Eïwal Ffeyn and, as punishment for his open rebellion, imprisons him in the Sunrise Ocean's depths. Four Elvin nations choose to flee the Gods; the remaining five tribes gather at the Council of the Elders. Llew, Patriarch of the Green Elves (Llewenti), and Azuw, Guide of the Blue Elves (Irawenti), along with Avrigand, Prophet of the Sand Elves (Alaswenti), refuse the Gods’ summoning. From that day forth, they are known as simple 'Wenti'. The remaining two Elvin nations (the Gold Elves and the Silver Elves) accept the gift of immortality and heed the Gods' call. These two nations of Elves become the immortal High Elves, the Hawenti. Dragons and demons, the scions of Gweïwal Narkon, along with giants and gnomes, the offspring of Gweïwal Agadeon, roam the Mainland, terrorizing and enslaving communities of Free Elves. The migrations of the Sand, Green and Blue Elves begin.
A Storm Giant named Eïwal Ursto, the rebellious son of Gweïwal Zenwon, captures Eïwele Llya and hold her captive. The Giants of the Arob Nisty are born out of this forced union.
Eïwal Ffeyn eventually escapes Gweïwal Uleydon's prison in the depths of the Sunset Ocean. He returns to the Archipelago to discover the fate of Eïwele Llya, his beloved spouse. He defeats Eïwal Ursto and frees Eïwele Llya from his evil hold.
Eïwal Ffeyn enslaves the Giants of the Arob Nisty, the sons ignominiously born of Eïwele Llya, to build the City of Stones, which would one day be known as Tios Lluin. In -2,800 LC, Eïwal Ffeyn makes a star fall from heaven. The meteorite hits the Archipelago in the Valley of Oryusk in Gwa Nyn. Its impact finalizes the landscape of the Islands, and the legend of the Fallen Star is born. The six deities of the Islands engrave the future of the Free Elves upon the Stone, the heart of the Meteorite. Thereafter, the hearts and minds of the Wenti are ignited by the quest for the Stone.
In -2,785 LC, the Green Elves (Llewenti) migrate southwards, in the direction of the Fallen Star. They discover Essawylor and settle in the vast Forest of Five Rivers. The Austral Ocean and the Desert of the Anroch block the way farther south.
They dwell in Essawylor for centuries until a large army of Men from the Anroch Desert, the Desert Horde, attack the Llewenti. The year -131 LC marks the beginning of a long war, known as 'The Wrath of the Trees'.
-132 to 0 LC: The migration of the Llewenti
Year 0 in the Llewenti Calendar marks the arrival of the Llewenti’s most fabled navigator, Llyoriane, upon the lost archipelago’s shores. Once she discovered the Lost Islands beyond the Austral Ocean, she returns to Essawylor, her homeland located in the tropical latitudes of the Mainland, and write the book of her tales. She is soon proclaimed Sovereign of all Llewenti clans. ‘The Wrath of the Trees’, against the horde of Men from the Anroch Desert, has been raging for over a century. Queen Llyoriane eventually decides to abandon her homeland and lead the Green Elves across the Austral Ocean. They leave Essawylor and sails to the Archipelago, which they thereafter named ‘The Llewenti Islands’.
1 to 142 LC: The settlement of the Lost Islands
The Archipelago, composed of six main islands, is home to a small group of divinities, called the Islands Deities, who has rebelled against the Greater Gods. The wild territories are populated by their offspring, mythical creatures such as Griffins, Hippogriffs and Storm Eagles, the results of their tumultuous love affairs. The Green Elves are also confronted with various tribes of Giants originating from the Mainland, sent by the Greater Gods to challenge the authority of the Islands’ Deities. The coming of the Llewenti and their settlement in the Archipelago provoke conflicts with the tribes of Giants. The scions of Gweïwal Agadeon launch a war against the Green Elves, hoping to destroy them before their power is established. But the Islands’ Deities exploit this struggle to overthrow the Giants once and for all. Thus they confer rule of the Lost Islands to the Elvin Queen Llyoriane and form an alliance with the Green Elves. Together, they defeat their common enemy and confine them to the farthest corners of the Archipelago. After the war, one of the six deities of the Islands, Eïwal Myos, seduce Queen Llyoriane and take her to his palace of Mentodarcyl in the island of Nyn Avrony. A daughter, named Myortilys, is born of their love, and she becomes the first Matriarch of Clan Myortilys. The island of Gwa Nyn is entrusted to her governance. But the relationship between the Llewenti sovereign and the deity deteriorates. The situation reachs its peak when Eïwal Myos decides to imprison the Queen, provoking a revolt of her people who calls upon the other deities. In 66 LC, the ‘War of the Island Deities’ begin, and eventually Eïwal Vars, assisted by Eïwal Ffeyn, rescues Queen Llyoriane from the evil hold of Eïwal Myos, the treacherous deity, casting him into the depths of the Islands' shadows. Soon afterwards, Eïwal Vars marries Queen Llyoriane and take her to an isle at the heart of the Archipelago, thereafter named Nyn Llyoriane. Five daughters are born from their union: Llyvary in 78 LC, and later Llyandy, Ernaly, Llorely and Avrony. Each child inherits one of the five remaining islands and the command of her own clan. Their heirs are honoured with the title of Matriarchs and noble dyl. In 141 LC, Queen Llyoriane dies after giving birth to her sixth and last daughter, Avrony. Eïwal Vars buries the mortal remains of Queen Llyoriane in a secret vale, concealed from all. It becomes known as ‘The Vale of Llyoriane’ or simply 'The Secret Vale'. A group of Llewenti priests discover the Secret Vale of Llyoriane in 150 LC. They become known as 'the Arkys' , responsible for the fate of the 'Seeds of Llyoriane', the religious Elves of the Lost islands.
143 to 528 LC: The Wars of Birds and Stones
After decades of relative peace, punctuated occasionally by inter-clan strife, the Giants of the Lost Islands unite to wage war upon the Elves, forcing the clans to end their own quarrels. This marks the beginning of ‘The Wars of Birds and Stones’. In 379 LC, the Llewenti clans gather the first Council of the Islands. Aonyn dyl, son of Matriarch Llyvary, is proclaimed 'Protector of the Islands'. Eïwal Vars grants him a sacred shield, helm, cuirass and spear to command the Llewenti armies in the conflict against the Giants. Finally, the Llewenti clans are victorious and a long period of peace follows. Their power and wealth grows as the clans develop their civilization to unparalleled levels. Llewenti domination of the Archipelago reaches its peak in 510 LC. The six clans control all fertile lands and strategic communication channels. They also rule over neighbouring territories on the Mainland, in order to keep them desolate. Guarded by Llewenti fortresses and roamed by the Islands’ Deities, these wild lands are kept safe from the greed of Men. Eïwal Ffeyn’s storms prevent any ship from approaching their shores. The Archipelago remains inaccessible to all potential enemies. The collegial rule of the first Council of Matriarchs, where each of the six daughters of Llyoriane seats, succeeds the singular rule of the Llewenti Queen. The clans’ territories enjoy such wealth and splendour that bards of this golden era refer to it as “The time the Island Deities walked by the Llewenti’s side.”
529 to 530 LC: The coming of the Hawenti
Fleeing their realms in the North destroyed by the wrath of the Greater Gods, the Hawenti migrate south throughout the course of the sixth century. They cross the vast central regions of the Mainland until, in 510 LC, they finally reach the Forests of Essawylor, where they settled alongside the Irawenti clans. Before long, however, the Hawenti princes fall into disputes around the future of their nation. This provokes a kin-slaying war between two opposing factions, each led by a pretender to the throne: those who wish to create a vast kingdom in the Woods of Five Rivers (their leader, Aranaele Dor Tircanil, is proclaimed Queen of Essawylor by the Irawenti clans and by her own Hawenti vassals); versus those who fervently wish to cross the Austral Ocean to reach the Lost Islands of the Llewenti (their leader is Lormelin Dor Ilorm, elected King of the Hawenti by twelve Dol noble Houses and three royal lines of the High Elves).
Finally, assisted by the navigators of the Irawenti clan of the dyn Filweni, the majority of the exiled High Elves leave Essawylor and cross the Austral Ocean to find the Lost Islands. Their approach does not go unnoticed and the Deity of Storms, Eïwal Ffeyn, attacks their large fleet once they reach the Sea of Cyclones. The Hawenti defeat Eïwal Ffeyn and his aerie servants at the Battle of Jewels and Winds. The deity is cast out of the Archipelago and imprisoned in the Sea of Cyclones by the power of the Lenra Pearl, a gift made by Gweïwal Uleydon to the seafarers. Finally, in 529 LC, the victorious Hawenti ships reach the shores of Nyn Llorely.
531 to 554 LC: The First War of Ruby and Birds
The coming of King Lormelin’s High Elves and their arrogant claims to the Archipelago’s lands trigger a first war between the Hawenti and the Llewenti, which begins in 531 LC. The armies of the Hawenti Dol Houses defeat the clan Llorely, who resolves to submit after the Battle of Ruby and Seagulls, when its light troops reinforced by clan Llyvary archers are defeated by the Hawenti army of Lormelin the Conqueror. Clan Llorely resolves to submit to the new power and swear allegiance. Clan Llyvary chooses to retreat to its home island, Nyn Llyvary. Most of the Green Elves of Nyn Llorely eventually join the Hawenti in their new provinces, but the Matriarchs of clan Llorely are allowed to withdraw to the city of Tios Aelie and there perpetuate the ancient clans’ traditions. In the following years, the city of Arystan is founded, and in 532 LC, Orlas Dor Inras is crowned Prince of Nyn Llorely. In 534 LC, Ystanondalen and Mentogallen are erected as fiefs for his vassals, the Dol Ogalen and Dol Rondalen. Also in that year, the Dol Urmil Lady marries a sailor from the Irawenti clan of Filweni and settles in the Port of Urmilla. This province, known as the Irawenti shore, benefits thereafter from semi-independent status.
555 to 590 LC: The Second War of Ruby and Birds
The violence that marked the coming of the Hawenti leaves no doubt in the minds of the Llewenti clans as to King Lormelin’s true intentions. Discussions around trade agreements and peace treaties fail and, soon, the Conqueror launches his armies into the Second War of Ruby and Birds. In 555 LC, the armies of the High Elves defeat the clan Llyandy and its allies in the clan Myortilys at the Battle of Owls and Ruby. Clan Llyandy is repelled to the extreme south of the Islands, beyond the mountain's reach in the desert of snow. The Second War of Ruby and Birds ends with a peace treaty between the High Elf King and the clan Llyandy. Llacrag then becomes the main city for the clan Llyandy, who is thereafter called the Ice Elves in reference to the extreme conditions of their new dwellings. The clan Myortilys, however, refuses to submit and withdraws to their territories in Gwa Nyn. The city of Medystan is founded and, in 560 LC, Ilarsin Dor Inrod is crowned Prince of Nyn Llyandy. In 561 LC, Ystanwarlin becomes the fief for House Dol Warlin, a vassal of Prince Dor Inrod. In 564 LC, House Dol Nos-Loscin, the most powerful Hawenti noble family and a key contributor to the High Elves' victory, is granted the title Prince of Cumberae and begins to rule the South of Nyn Llyandy from its stronghold on the Isle of Nyese.
561 to 639 LC: The Third War of Ruby and Birds
The third war between the Hawenti and the Llewenti starts in 591 LC. The armies of the High Elves defeat the combined forces of clan Myortilys and clan Llyandy at the Battle of Ruby and Buzzards. Clan Llyandy signs a peace treaty while clan Myortilys withdraws to the heart of the Gwa Nyn mountains, leaving the control of the main Island to the armies of Lormelin the Conqueror. In 595 LC, Ystanoalin is erected as fief in honour of the King's most trusted vassals, the House of Dol Oalin. A few years later, the House of Dol Nargrond settles in the Valley of Oryusk and starts building the city of Yslla and the fortress of Ystanargrond. The Morawenti of the Guild of Sana also settle in the Valley of Oryusk alongside House Dol Nargrond. The smiths’ guild of Yslla, created by Rowë Dol Nargrond and Elriöl Dir Sana, began to attract alchemists and lore masters into the Valley of Oryusk, including Elrian Dol Rumil and some of his Irawenti followers. Its expansion knows no bounds, and even Odro dyl Myortilys, the greatest smith of the Llewenti, betrays his clan to join the smith guild of Yslla. The fief of Rowë Dol Nargrond becomes the heart of the Islands deities' realm, home to the true 'Seeds of Llyoriane', those religious Elves of all origins who believe that the Archipelago is the last refuge of Elvin kind.
To complete the encirclement of the rebels of clan Myortilys, Ystanalas is entrusted by King Lormelin the Conqueror to the House of Dol Talas, after their knights triumphs against Clan Myortilys at the Battle of the Path in 601 LC.
640 to 738 LC: The Fourth War of Ruby and Birds
The fourth war between the Hawenti and the Llewenti starts in 640 LC. The armies of the High Elves defeat the combined forces of the three clans of the west (Llyvary, Ernaly and Avrony) at the Battle of Ruby and Hawks. They conquer the islands of Nyn Avrony and Nyn Ernaly over the course of this campaign. The House of Dol Etrond is honoured with the establishment of a fief around a new city named Ystanetrond in Nyn Avrony. House Dol Braglin founds its fief in Nyn Ernaly around the fortress of Mentobraglin.
In 651 LC, Curubor Dol Etrond, a celebrated writer of the Hawenti Court, finishes his book, 'A History of the High Elves'. The most remarkable event of these times is undoubtedly claimed by the smiths of the Guild of Yslla who, directed by Rowë Dol Nargrond, complete the forging of the six legendary swords of Nargrond Valley. Those blades may harm the Gods themselves.
To secure control over marine trading routes around the Sea of Cyclones, Lormelin the Conqueror order the construction of the great Tower of Mentollà, near Llymar Forest in Nyn Llyvary.
Now undisputed ruler of the Lost Islands, Lormelin the Conqueror founds his capital city, Gwarystan, in 730 LC. For the site of this city’s foundations, he chooses the end of a large peninsula, north of Gwa Nyn, at the heart of the main strategic sea trade routes. The Ruby College builds the tower of Crimson. It becomes the highest building in Gwarystan. The Lenra Pearl is kept in its dungeon.
739 to 740 LC: The Fifth War of Ruby and Birds
Unlike the previous four conflicts, the fifth war between the Hawenti and the Llewenti is triggered by the Green Elves after the clan Ernaly forged an alliance with two other clans. This war is quick and bloody. The armies of the High Elves defeat the combined forces of the three rebel clans of the west at the Battle of Ruby and Swans in the bay of Llarmyu. The Hawenti have thus fully conquered Nyn Llyvary, the only remaining island to elude their grasp. At last, the peace treaty of Llymvranone is signed between the warring forces. Lormelin the Conqueror is crowned King of Gwarystan and Sovereign of the Lost Islands and receives the tribute of five of the six Llewenti clans. Only the clan Myortilys refuses to bow and continues to struggle from their strongholds in the mountains of Gwa Nyn and Nyn Avrony.
741 to 1425 LC: The height of Gwarystan Kingdom and the War of Shadows
For almost seven centuries, the Kingdom of Gwarystan enjoys an extraordinary period of prosperity and relative peace. In 808 LC, a mysterious High Elf is born in the Valley of Oryusk in Gwa Nyn. He is the son of Meoryne, a virgin maiden from the House of Dol Valra. Rowë Dol Nargrond becomes his protector and facilitates his education. Soon, his wise teachings bring him renown beyond the Valley. He soon gains the title of Lon the Wise.
In 855 LC, like a symbol for these joyful times, King Lormelin establishes the classification of the Oryusk Valley's wines. The 'O Mento' vintage is judged to be the greatest Elvin wine of the Lost Islands.
In 999 LC, spurred on by a number of Lon 's prophecies, Rowë Dol Nargrond entrusts his final will to his followers, urging them to keep it secret and secure until the ‘Times of Great Peril’ comes. Soon afterwards, a shadow falls upon the forges of Oryusk, and the sacred place holding the meteorite's remains becomes inaccessible. In 1,000 LC, Rowë Dol Nargond and his three closest companions are killed in the mines. Their remains are spat out by the river Sian Dorg, while Lon disappears, never to be found again. The six blades of Nargrond are lost to the Elves, with the sole exception of Rymsing, the Blade of the West.
Rimwë Dol Nargrond, younger brother of Rowë, discovers the secret Secret Vale. He then forms with the original four other Llewenti High Priests the Arkys of the Secret Vale.
Going against both Hawenti and Llewenti funeral rites, Rowë Dol Nargrond and his three closest companions are buried in the Wood of Silver Leaves in Nyn Ernaly, under instruction from the Arkys. The location of their graves is kept secret.
The Arkys in the Secret Vale appoints a first Seeker, responsible for recovering the lost Blades of Nargrond. He is entrusted with the sword Rymsing, the only remaining one.
In 1023 LC, Lon’s divine nature is consecrated by the Elves of the Lost Islands. He is thereafter referred to as Eïwal Lon, and worshipped in the Islands' Pantheon as deity of Wisdom. The Hawenti Houses also acknowledges his sanctity, and consider him as Son of Leïwal Vauis and Leïwele Sa, and the envoy of Ö. They build the Temple of Light in Gwarystan to honour him and continue his teachings.
In 1028 LC, the clan Myortilys’ troops take back the Valley of Oryusk from the Hawenti of the House of Dol Nargond and the Morawenti of the Guild of Sana. The Valley iss thereafter known as Nargrond Valley.
During this ruthless war, the clan Myortilys massacre the population of the Guild of Sana by flooding the City of Yslla. The surviving Morawenti swear the Oath of Shadows against the dreaded clan, thus beginning the War of Shadows between the Guild of Sana (Night Elves) and the clan Myortilys (Dark Elves).
The Arkys convince the King of Gwarystan to launch an attack against the clan Myortilys and reconquer the Valley of Nargrond. The Dark Elves are defeated at the siege of Ystanargrond and the former capital of Lord Rowë is destroyed.
A temple of Eïwal Lon is built by the Arkys on top of the ruins of several shrines, which had been defiled by the Dark Elves during the sack of Nargrond Valley. It is thereafter known as 'O Vaha'.
1426 to 2424 LC: The Coming of Men
For centuries, the population of men grew in the south of the Mainland, beyond the Strait of Oymal. Their expansion into the Lost Islands has long been kept at bay by the fear the deities of the Archipelago inspired. Finally, however, tribes of human Barbarians, led by Dragon Warriors, launch a first attack on the Archipelago. Their raids are annihilated by the combined forces of the King of Gwarystan and the five lesser clans of the Llewenti, fighting together under the High Elf King's banner. In 1426, at the start of these troubled times, that the Cult of the Three Dragons is born.
In response, in 1452, the House of Dol Lewin completes the construction of The Great Fortress of the West, Mentolewin. It becomes the strongest fortification of Nyn Ernaly, and controls the Strait of Oymal, providing decades of peace to the Kingdom of Gwarystan.
In 1588 LC, a mighty galley coming from Nat-Lim in the Western Ocean reaches the shores of Nyn Avrony for the first time. The Elves of the Islands discover that the power of Men has grown to unsurpassed levels, and that one of their peoples, the Westerners, has conquered a vast marine empire on the shores of the Mainland.
In 1677 LC, human Barbarians, led by shamans of the Three Dragons' cult, launch a vast invasion of the Archipelago. The great fortress of the West, Mentolewin, is burnt to the ground by a coalition of Westerners and barbarian tribes. Men start to settle in Nyn Ernaly.
In 1785 LC, Barbarian tribes led by shamans of the Three Dragons' cult launch the second Invasion of the Archipelago. Ystanetrond, the blue city, falls. Men settle in Nyn Avrony.
Throughout the following decades, in an effort to limit the damages caused by war, the Temple of Eïwele Llya extended welcomes Men into their ranks. Barbarian priests are trained in the lore of 'the Mother of the Islands' and invited to join the circles of Elvin Druids.
The Kingdom of Gwarystan manages to establish trade with the Westerners and guarantees the borders of the Elvin dominions.
2425 to 2615 LC: The reign of King Norelin and the Century of War
In 2425 LC, the King of Gwarystan, Lormelin the Conqueror, is assassinated. The Guild of Sana is found guilty and its master, Saeröl, is sentenced to death. Others accuse the clan Myortilys of orchestrating the murder and scapegoating Saeröl. Thus 'the War of Shadows' intensifies between the Night Elves (Guild of Sana) and the Dark Elves (clan Myortilys). The young Norelin is crowned King and receives the tribute of all the Dor and Dol houses of the Hawenti and of the clan Llorely.
Four Llewenti clans (Llyandy, Llyvary, Ernaly and Avrony) uses this opportunity to claim their independence, thus weakening the Elvin Kingdom of Gwarystan.
Not long after, in 2509 LC, Barbarian tribes led by the Cult of the Three Dragons launch their third invasion of the Archipelago, the Great Conquest. Nyn Avrony and Nyn Ernaly are utterly conquered by Men. New human settlements are founded in Gwa Nyn and Nyn Llyandy.
In 2511 LC, the last Elves of Nyn Avrony abandon their island. Gal dyl, the last of his bloodline, chooses to settle in the Forest of Llymar.
The conflict intensifies after the War of the Three Armies (2514 LC), where many fronts across the Islands witness the clashes of the Westerners from Nat-Lim, the Elves serving the Hawenti King, and also the Barbarian tribes. In the Battle of Llymvranone, a fleet of galleys from Nat-Lim destroys the swanships of the Llewenti clans, marking the beginning of the Century of War, a long and uninterrupted period of devastating war between Men and Elves.
In 2610 LC, Ystanetrond, the blue city of Nyn Avrony, is conquered by a powerful fleet from Nat-Lim. The tall men of the West defeat the Barbarians and destroy the Cult of the Three Dragons of that Island. The Westerners settle permanently upon the Archipelago to develop trading centres. The last survivors of House Dol Etrond flee to Llymar Forest.
In 2611 LC, the war reach the borders of Llymar Forest. Tios Lluin is destroyed by the Barbarians, who kill the Protector of the Forest, Yluin dyl Llyvary. Nevertheless, clan Llyvary, reinforced by clan Avrony and assisted by an army of House Dol Etrond, prevails and manage to secure the Forest of Llymar.
Finally, the Century of War is ended by the circles of the Druids who convince all parties to agree to 'The Pact'. Westerners from Nat-Lim, Barbarian tribes and the various factions of the Elves all accept this peace treaty.
2708 LC onwards: The Songs of the Lost Islands
In 2708 LC, a ship from Essawylor is cast upon the isle of Pyenty, north of Nyn Llyvary. The Irawenti navigator, Feïwal dyn, descendant of Filwen, managed to overcome the Austral Ocean and reach the Lost Islands.