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The numbers are years according to the reckoning of the D'ni, which is approximately same to our solar years. When known, months and exact dates are given. Important dates are given with corresponding human years. (e.g. D'ni 1 = 7656 BC)

Before EarthEdit

-????Edit

During the time of King Clovis, Varsil becomes the first Guildmaster. When he begins to destroy the Linking Books, his apprentice Atak blinds him. (tale could be apocryphal).[1]

-207Edit

Ri'neref born on Garternay.[2]

-202Edit

Ri'neref, aged 5, enters the Guild of Writers.[2]

-117Edit

Ri'neref becomes a Guild Master.[2]

-73Edit

Ri'neref refuses the order from his Grand Master to write an Age which violated his moral principles. Ri'neref is dismissed and begins writing the Book of Earth.[2]

-59Edit

The fact that Garternay was dying was confirmed and the information made public.[2]

-50Edit

Ailesh is born.[3]

0Edit

(7656 BC)

Most of the Ronay escape from Garternay to Terahnee (New Tree) and other groups escape to other worlds. Ri'neref leads a few thousand fellow Ronay to Earth, founding D'ni (New Beginning) in a great cavern. The Great Zero established and monument constructed.[2]

On EarthEdit

Reign of Ri'nerefEdit

1Edit

The D'ni is founded and Ri'neref chosen as [[King of D'ni].

8Edit

48Edit

Construction of the Temple of Yahvo begins.[2]

63Edit

Building of the Temple - the Regeltovokum.[2]

84Edit

Building of the ventilation shaft and fans to surface begins. Some D'ni apparently take up residence on the surface at this time.[2]

100Edit

(Leenovoo 18) The Guilds are dedicated to Yahvo on the "Day of the Circle", celebrating completion of the 18 Guilds. It is said that the 18 guild leaders formed a circle of sorts in the Guild Hall, hence the name.[2][4]

114Edit

Building of air-circulation system is completed.[2]

Reign of AileshEdit

120Edit

Death of Ri'neref. Coronation of King Ailesh.[2]

233Edit

(7423 BC) (Leefo 12) The Common Library opens, marking the first time the commoners had access to other Ages.[3][4]

256Edit

Shomat is born.[3]

Reign of ShomatEdit

300Edit

Death of Ailesh. Coronation of King Shomat.[3]

302Edit

Construction of the Palace begins.[5]

347Edit

Construction of palace completed.[6]

357Edit

Shomat resides in the Palace.[5]

377Edit

387Edit

The two eldest sons of Ailesh disappear.[6]

400Edit

Prophetess assigned to King Shomat as an advisor. Begins tradition followed by all later kings of D'ni.[6]

475Edit

Birth of Ja'kreen.[7]

Reign of Ja'kreenEdit

555Edit

Coronation of King Ja'kreen.[7]

558Edit

Koris designs King's Arch, meant to fulfill prophesy that the destined Great King would be "welcomed" by it.[7]

600Edit

Construction of King's Arch.[7]

625Edit

1st century of the D'ni on Earth. King's Arch is completed.[7]

643Edit

Completion of the Temple of the Great King, also specified in the prophesies. Gold throne moved here from Temple of Yahvo.[7]

654Edit

Birth of J'taeri.[7]

664Edit

J'taeri dies.[7]

c. 674Edit

Ja'kreen's wife dies.[7]

700Edit

Ja'kreen marries again.[7]

717Edit

Birth of Veesha.[7][8]

775Edit

Much private construction on Ae'gura, including J'Taeri District.[7]

Reign of VeeshaEdit

812Edit

Coronation of King Veesha.

924Edit

Birth of Mararon.[9]

974Edit

Mararon falls sick while exploring an Age and falls into a coma.[8]

977Edit

Mararon emerges from the coma.[9]

Reign of MararonEdit

997Edit

Coronation of King Mararon.[9]

1109Edit

Birth of Koreen.[10]

1072Edit

Teshan writes "The Miracle".[8]

1124Edit

Ti'lanar submits his paper "Minor Guilds". Major revisions to educational system under King Mararon. Common Schools placed under Guild of Legislators. Years of education increased from 6 to 15 years, after which students could enter one of the newly-established Minor Guilds (Architects, Miners, Educators, Bankers, etc.)

Reign of KoreenEdit

1159Edit

Coronation of King Koreen.[10]

1250Edit

(2nd century of D'ni)

1303Edit

  • A writer mysteriously leaves the Guild of Writers.[10]
  • Days later, religious sect Judges of Yahvo steals Books and Ink to write illegal Ages.[10]

1320Edit

Judges write Pento Age and gain control of the inhabitants, turning them into warriors.[10]

1323Edit

(7423 BC) Pento War. Judges and Pento warriors attack Palace. King Koreen sends pregnant wife into hiding in private Age. Ahlsendar, is rumored to have been born (Leevot 12) as she sailed under the King's Arch during her flight.[10][4]

1352Edit

Koreen continues the fight until assassinated.[10]

Reign of AhlsendarEdit

1376Edit

  • Ahlsendar takes advantage of civil strife among the Pento to return to D'ni, fulfilling the prophesies of the Great King. Ahlsendar led a force to the Pento Age. Pento and Judges are defeated.
  • Coronation of King Ahlsendar.[11]

1399Edit

Leshena writes "The Great King".[11]

1423Edit

Birth of Solath.[12]

1466Edit

Ahlsendar's family killed by Pento leader Mekarr. Ahlsendar destroys Pento Age with bio-weapon plague. Plague is carried to other Ages by sick Pento.[11]

1500Edit

Ahlsendar publicly reveals his responsbility for the extinction of the Pento.[11]

Reign of SolathEdit

1501Edit

1502Edit

  • (Leefo 23) Sealing of the Great Temple.[4]
  • Temple of the Great King renamed as Tomb of the Great King. Ahlsendar is declared dead.[11]

1520Edit

Prophetess Nemiya (former advisor to the Great King) writes the Book of Nemiya, calling the Great King a "fraud and imposter", criticizing his genocide, and sending the culture into religious upheaval.[12]

1527Edit

Nemiya disappears.[12]

1550Edit

The Book of Nemiya leaves a legacy with some supporters who doubt the Great King.[12]

1604Edit

Civic Karim District, with concert hall and opera house, planned.[12]

1610Edit

Construction begins on Karim.[12]

1609Edit

Teman writes "Nemiya's Legacy".[11]

1650Edit

Construction of Karim. Helps re-unify D'ni and divert attention from religious arguments.[12]

1735Edit

Solath's wife passes away.[12]

1748Edit

Birth of Me'erta.[13]

Reign of Me'ertaEdit

1779Edit

Coronation of King Me'erta.[13]

1817Edit

Me'erta proposes construction of the Temple of the Tree along a proposed new line for the Great Zero, the first of the cult temples sanctioned and encouraged by him.[13]

1843Edit

Temple of the Tree is built.[13]

1875Edit

(3rd century of D'ni)

1876Edit

Temple of Water is built.[13]

1902Edit

1871Edit

Birth of Gan.[14]

1975Edit

  • Jolatha introduces Ramel to her son, urging him to change the Writer's Guild Oath writen by Ailesh.[15]
  • Me'erta attempts to change the Writer's Guild Oath. Grand Master Writer Tremal refuses.[13]
  • (after four days) Tremal is found assassinated. Writer's Guild closes ranks and refuses to change Oath.[13]

1999Edit

2014Edit

Birth of Hemelin.[16]

Reign of GanEdit

2015Edit

  • Coronation of King Gan.[14]
  • (six months later) The Plague strikes D'ni. Many are killed, and fertility rates are cut in half.[14] Search for cure occupies reigns of kings Gan, Behnashiren and Hemelin.

2050Edit

Birth of Behnashiren.[17][14]

Reign of BehnashirenEdit

2070Edit

Coronation of King Behnashiren.[17]

Reign of HemelinEdit

2193Edit

Coronation of King Hemelin.[17]

2255Edit

Illness of Hemelin.[16]

2257Edit

Lalen discovers the lost Book of Birenni.

2261Edit

(Leevobro 12) Lost Book of Birenni found.[4]

2262Edit

(5394 BC)

  • The plague is cured.[14]
  • Hemelin weds Lalen.[16]

2270Edit

Naygen, the first post-plague child is born.[16]

2294Edit

Manesah writes "The Healing of D'ni"[16]

2350Edit

Guild of Miners encouraged by King Hemelin to improve methods and technologies.[16]

Reign of NaygenEdit

2356Edit

Coronation of King Naygen.[16][18]

2375Edit

Birth of Airem.[18]

RenaissanceEdit

2397Edit

  • Start of "D'ni Renaissance" of the arts, encouraged by King Naygen, who also encouraged search for "truths" leading to an increase in religious confusion.[18]
  • Very popular play on Pento War by playwright Sirreh is hosted by Eamis Theater Company, raising the importance of theater in the popular culture.[18]

2408Edit

Musician Airem begins selling out concert halls with music that often ridiculed the Great King.[18]

2467Edit

Birth of Hinash.[19]

2488Edit

Guild of Miners completes successful tests of extrusion technology. Guild raised from Minor to Major status. Major Guild of Fine Artists split into Minor Guilds of Sculptors, Artists, Actors, and Musicians.[18]

2500Edit

(4rth century of D'ni)

Peak of religious confusion, with about 2500 registered sects with the original beliefs of Ri'neref known by very few.[18]

2502Edit

Construction of new Guild Council Chamber, located on top of the Tomb of the Great King.[18]

2504Edit

Construction of the Chamber is complete, making the Tomb barely visible. The Chamber includes a hidden vault where Naygen stored much royal wealth.[18]

Reign of HinashEdit

2533Edit

Coronation of King Hinash.[19]

2535Edit

The Guild of Actors performs their first play "Our Great King" by Sirreh in memorial of Naygen.[18]

2577Edit

New Miner's Guild facility built using new extrusion technology. First use of this technology for building.[19]

2580Edit

The facility is completed.[19]

  • 2646 - First Day of Dancing on L?tor 21. Gartern? is destroyed. -5010

2704Edit

Birth of Needrah; his mother dies in birth.[19][20]

2708Edit

Birth of Lahkeer.[20]

2709Edit

King Hinash marries a non-D'ni woman. The culture takes a more relaxed attitude towards "outsiders", and increases imports of outside materials, art and culture.[19]

Reign of NeedrahEdit

2779Edit

Coronation of King Needrah.[20]

2807Edit

  • King Needrah commissions a monument to discovery of the Book of Birenni designed by his friend and great sculptor Lahkeer.[20]
  • Four new districts begun by Needrah, with advice and help from Lahkeer and Needrah's three brothers: Jaren (residential), Kaleh (elite), Kali (business), and Nehw'eril (industrial).[20]

2840Edit

Birth of Fahlee.[21]

2916Edit

Guild of Mechanists develops "industrial extrusion", leading to improved construction methods, such as "uni-structural" buildings in which stone was joined almost seamlessly.[20]

2919Edit

Birth of Rakeri.[22]

Reign of RakeriEdit

3000Edit

3065Edit

By that year Tevahr, a devoted follower of the Great King's teachings, is appalled at the state of his people, especially pertaining to religious matters.[22]

3075Edit

Tevahr notes in his journal that the D'ni Renaissance was "the religious confusion."[18]

3077Edit

Tevahr becomes a strong popular leader; he denounces religious sects and encourages return to faith in Yahvo. The covering of the Tomb of the Great King by government structures is criticized.[22]

3081Edit

  • King Rakeri has a public debate with Tevahr; from an opponent of his ideas he is converted to a follower.[22]
  • Rakeri selects Tevahr as his main prophet.[22]

3092Edit

Development of handheld-extruder technology.[22]

3100Edit

  • By that year, the public returns to the original beliefs of Ri'neref and the Great King. There are now only 47 sects in existence, with only 10 having more than 500 members.[22]
  • Attempts to join the classes of rich and poor. Beginning of much renovation of poor, deteriorating districts, and construction of a new Theater Company and Concert Hall in the poor Belari District.[22]

3105Edit

Birth of Tejara.[23]

3112Edit

Rakeri proclaims that the original line of the Great Zero (unofficially changed by Me'erta) is accurate and should be honored. Grand renovation (almost complete reconstruction) of the Great Temple using handheld-extruder technology.[22]

3123Edit

  • Reconstruction of the Temple completed.[22]
  • (six months later) Fahlee passes away.[22]
  • Great period of expansion inside and outside the cavern begins along with great developments in mining technology.[22]

3125Edit

(5th century of D'ni)

3143Edit

Adesh writes "Yahvo's Voice".[22]

3218Edit

Death of Tevahr. 5 days of national sadness ordered. Minor protests from a few of the remaining sects.[22]

Reign of TejaraEdit

3219Edit

Coronation of King Tejara.[23]

3243Edit

3271Edit

Major renovations to the Palace.[23]

3279Edit

The King's Age presented to King Tejara by the Writer's Guild.[23]

3285Edit

Tejara imprisons his oldest brother.[23]

3298Edit

Tejara stages the death of a Guild Master of the Guild of Miners in a freak accident

3383Edit

Birth of Ti'amel.[24]

3385Edit

Death of Tejara's wife. One of his lovers (rumored to be Ti'amel's true mother) also dies.[23]

Reign of Ti'amelEdit

3422Edit

3469Edit

Construction of the first great tunneling machine, Stone Eater, spearheaded by Grand Master Miner Namen.[24]

3477Edit

Ti'amel marries Shama.[24]

3500Edit

Women made eligible for Minor Guild education.[24]

3523Edit

Shama, successfully convinces Council not to allow women in the Major Guilds.[24]

3574Edit

Birth of Kedri.[25]

3576Edit

Ailem writes "The Lasting Impact".[23]

3614Edit

Birth of Ti'amel's and Shama's daughter.[24]

3646Edit

(Leetar 21) First Day of Dancing marking the destruction of Garternay.[4]

Reign of KedriEdit

3654Edit

Coronation of King Kedri.[25]

3686Edit

Marriage of Kedri, in an open ceremony.[25]

3689Edit

Shama dies.[25]

3702Edit

King Kedri establishes the Shamathen District (later changed to Kerath’en) on Ae'gura to make the Island affordable for some of the lower D'ni classes. He proceeds on donating the Age of the Kings to the people, and renovations in the Belari District.[26]

3750Edit

(6th century of D'ni)

3803Edit

Birth of Lemashal.[27]

3890Edit

Lalen writes "Shama".[24]

Reign of LemashalEdit

3903Edit

Coronation of King Lemashal.[27]

3961Edit

Minor Guild of Illusionists established. The Relyimah ("The Unseen") established as a secret intelligence agency, using the Illusionist's Guild as a cover.[27]

3975Edit

Lemashal marries an outsider.[27]

3995Edit

Lemashal has his first son. The D'ni are confronted with their views on outside cultures and whether or not he would be allowed to someday rule as King.[27]

3998Edit

Birth of Ishek.[28]

4014Edit

Lemashal has his second son.[27]

4030Edit

Council passes a law requiring kings to be of pure D'ni blood, as a response to the non-D'ni heritage of King Lemashal's sons.

Reign of IshekEdit

4083Edit

Coronation of King Ishek.[28]

4103Edit

King Ishek's wife kidnapped by the Yimas, who demanded Ages be written for them to rule. Situation was set up by a D'ni sect to discredit Ishek's talk of equality between D'ni and outsiders. Plot was uncovered by the Relyimah. New, stricter rules passed governing contact with outside cultures.[28]

4168Edit

Birth of Loshemanesh.[29]

Reign of LoshemaneshEdit

4291Edit

Coronation of King Loshemanesh.[29]

4305Edit

Law establishing solitary life imprisonment on a prison Age as punishment for creating or trading illicit Ages.[29]

4307Edit

Law establishing permanent imprisonment as the punishment for any D'ni who coerced an outsider to commit a crime. Despite the new laws, there was a strong streak of isolationism within the culture.[29]

4334Edit

Mining Age of Trases severely damaged by a native operating D'ni machinery incorrectly. The Watcher rumored to have been born in mid-link by a D'ni woman who was evacuating from the disaster. Incident inspired further demands to cut off all contact with outside cultures.

4375Edit

(7th century of D'ni)

4402Edit

Birth of Ji.[30]

Reign of JiEdit

4438Edit

  • King Loshemanesh assassinated by the same isolationist sect that had arranged the kidnapping of his mother in 4103.
  • Coronation of King Ji.[30]

4500Edit

  • "Words" written by The Watcher—the child born during the evacuation of Trases, rumored to have special gifts to see beyond time. "Words" describes his visions of the future of D'ni.[30]
  • Guild Master Kinef of the Guild of Legislators brought forth a proposal that would allow the use of private education separate from the Guilds, although education and the Guilds had always been thought of as inseparable. The proposal eventually passed by a slim margin but private education never really received near the admiration and respect from the public and thus never truly succeeded.[30]

4502Edit

4527Edit

Ji and Milane divorce.[30]

4538Edit

Birth of Demath.[31]

4543Edit

Demath joins the Guild of Maintainers.[31]

4565Edit

Ji marries for a second time.[30]

4606Edit

The Watcher is reported dead, though there were continuing rumors of people having seen and spoken to him afterward.[30]

4645Edit

Ji's wife disappears.[30]

Reign of DemathEdit

4692Edit

Coronation of King Demath.[31]

  • 4692-???? - Many new restrictions placed on interactions with outsiders. Outsiders forbidden to operate D'ni machinery or use Books. Relyimah membership doubled to watch for signs of illegal activities with outsiders.

4721Edit

Major Guilds forced to accept some students who passed entrance exams but could not afford their ever-growing fees.[31]

4734Edit

Birth of Yableshan.[32]

  • 4724-4752 - Over ten groups convicted of violating the "Loshemanesh Laws", due to the activities of the Relyimah. The crime rate steadily drops thereafter.[31]

4784Edit

Assassination attempt against King Demath. Two Relyimah die protecting him.[31]

4786Edit

Assassins found and executed (linked into Death Age). First execution of its kind. Incident spurs further calls for isolationism, to prevent any further conflicts leading to D'ni executions because of outsiders.[31]

4815Edit

Demath has Goshen imprisoned into a Prison Book.[32]

4826Edit

The first scholarship students of the Guild of Stone Masons devise an early fusion-compounding technology, a first step toward Nara.[31]

Reign of YableshanEdit

4843Edit

Coronation of King Yableshan.[31]

4865Edit

King Yableshan's son kidnapped and killed by Blood of Yahvo cultists, aided by a mole in the Relyimah. The D'ni became increasingly polarized between isolationists and non-isolationists.[32]

4889Edit

Began first remodeling of the 18 Major Guilds since the founding.[32]

4901Edit

New Common Library begun within the middle-class Vamen District.[32]

4910Edit

New park begun on Neref Island.[32]

4914Edit

Three new Recreation Ages placed within the park as gifts from the Guild of Writers in order to celebrate the completion of their new Guild.[32]

4931Edit

Birth of Emen.[33]

4954Edit

Deadly explosion in industrial Age of Meanas. Killed 400 outsiders and 78 D'ni. Relyimah still compromised and could not discover if accident or terrorist act. Incident again fanned isolationist sentiment.[32]

5000Edit

(8th century of D'ni)

5043Edit

Faresh appointed as head of Illusionist's Guild by King Yableshan to clean up the Relyimah. Faresh begins construction of mansion of illusions on Katha island.

Reign of EmenEdit

5081Edit

Coronation of King Emen.[33]

5083Edit

Two moles among the Relyimah are uncovered and vanish. Faresh a "silent hero". Many key members of government attend Faresh's parties on Katha, and talk about the mansion's puzzle rooms and secret passages.[33]

5093Edit

The revitalized Relyimah pins responsibility for the Meanas explosion on two members of the "One D'ni" cult, who are permanently imprisoned.[33] New food Ages of Shimas and Hereas written for Caterer's Guild.

5095Edit

Government decides to sell over 23 islands to private buyers who wanted to build their own retreats after hearing of Faresh's mansion.[33]

5102Edit

Faresh's daughter dies under strange circumstances, jumping to her death after seeing spirits in her bedroom. Possibly her death was arranged by some faction, and may have been prophesied by The Watcher. Return to his teachings begins philosophical chaos.[33]

5103Edit

Faresh leaves the mansion, giving it to the Relyimah.[33]

5120Edit

Haghen writes "Haunted by her Cries".[33]

5157Edit

Birth of Me'emen.[34]

5202Edit

Public ferry system established between Ae'gura, the city proper and the other islands in the cavern. Island given to Minor Guilds of Artists, Musicians and Actors by King Emen for use as a cultural center.[33]

5236Edit

Deretheni, a strong, lightweight stone, produced in the lab by the Guild of Stone Masons.[33]

Reign of Me'emenEdit

5240Edit

Coronation of King Me'emen.[34]

5307Edit

Nara, the hardest of all D'ni stones, produced in the lab by the Guilds of Stone Masons and Miners.[34]

5312Edit

Disease outbreak in Nehw'eril (industrial) District, possibly imported from forest Age of Yasefe. Public demands that industry be moved further from the city proper to reduce future danger.[34]

5359Edit

Construction of the second great tunneling machine: Stone Tooth. Stone Eater and Stone Tooth clear area for new industrial district.[34]

5473Edit

Deretheni used by Maintainer's Guild to construct improved Maintainer Suits. Writers could be more experimental with their Ages, since Maintainers better protected.[34]

5475Edit

Construction of Uran industrial district.[34]

5500Edit

5540Edit

Ashem catches a disease while investigating a new Age. He dies later.[34]

5541Edit

Uran renamed to Ashem'en.[34]

Reign of AdeshEdit

5549Edit

Coronation of King Adesh.[35]

5574Edit

Prophet Gish begins preaching the word of Yahvo, condemning Tevahr and the Great King for teaching love of Yahvo as opposed to the need to follow the commands of Yahvo. Gish was a rabid isolationist, and very popular with the public. Arrested many times, then killed by the Relyimah on the order of King Adesh, making him a martyr. A very unpopular action that provoked public outrage.[35]

5589Edit

Ramena writes "Ashem".[34]

5603Edit

Birth of Lanaren.[36]

5625Edit

(9th century of D'ni)

Reign of LanarenEdit

5701Edit

  • King Adesh assassinated, possibly by a close advisor.[35]
  • Lanaren assumes throne, denounces Adesh's act, and promises to disband the Relyimah. Isolationist factions happy to be free of their watchers, but calmed by Lanaren's apparent isolationism.[36]

5714Edit

Construction begun on Ae'gura-City tunnel by Stone Tooth.[36]

5721Edit

New techniques to incorporate structural reinforcement in extrusion based construction.[36]

5734Edit

  • Ae'gura-City tunnel project halted due to protests by Guild Masters living on Ae'gura, and alleged environmental concerns.[36]
  • Stone Tooth sent to clear space for new districts near Ashem'en industrial district.[36]

5856Edit

Construction on the new Lanaren District. Stone Tooth ordered to begin further exploration of the cavern by way of new tunnels.[36]

5902Edit

Four new Ages (three food, one manufacturing) announced to replace Ages using outsiders. They were meant to satisfy the isolationist factions; none of them were ever used to the extent the Ages they were replacing had been used.[36]

5903Edit

First inhabitants of the Lanaren District, mostly manual laborers who worked in the adjoining Ashem'en.[36]

5945Edit

Birth of Asemlef.[37]

5986Edit

Official disbanding of Relyimah, though their work ceased long before.[36]

Reign of AsemlefEdit

5999Edit

6034Edit

Lashem writes "The Lost Tunnel".[36]

6201Edit

Birth of Jaron.[38]

6250Edit

(10th century of D'ni)

Reign of JaronEdit

6284Edit

Coronation of King Jaron.[38]

6294Edit

Coronation of King Jaron.[37]

  • 6300 - Rock Biter and the Burrower are built for the broadening of the Rudenna Passage -1356

6430Edit

Construction of the third and fourth great tunneling machines: Rock Biter and The Burrower. Put to work expanding the Rudenna Passage.[38]

6442Edit

Birth of Rikooth.[39]

Reign of RikoothEdit

6498Edit

Coronation of King Rikooth.[39]

6510Edit

Rock Biter and The Burrower discover a new cavern. Surveyor's Guild begins extensive studies.[39]

6556Edit

Rikooth marries Hisha.[39]

6601Edit

New cavern proved inhabitable, but very expensive to build in. Two tunnelers assigned to expand city by digging into cavern wall, instead. Other tunnelers assigned to further exploration outside cavern.[39]

6676Edit

Major meeting to discuss involvement with outsiders. King Rikooth valued contributions of outsiders to art, technology, resources, etc. and would not enforce restrictions without good reason.[39]

6677Edit

Birth of Kerath.[40]

6700Edit

Rikooth expels wife and youngest son, Kerath, from the Palace obviously tired of their views and opinions as devoted followers of the teachings of Gish.[39]

Reign of KerathEdit

6731Edit

  • On his deathbed, Rikooth has a vision of Kerath sailing back through the King's Arch on a boat shaped like a lizard. He felt that Yahvo was directing him to select Kerath as the next king.
  • (Leevofo 27) Coronation of King Kerath.[40][4]

6875Edit

(11th century of D'ni)

6970Edit

Began construction of new Guild Hall, further burying the Tomb of the Great King.[40]

6977Edit

(Leevotar 17) Kerath abdicates, turning the power of the kings over to the first Five Lords of the new form of government he had devised for the D'ni to use until the coming of the true Great King.[40][4]

Council periodEdit

6985Edit

7000Edit

Tarvis writes "The First Five."[40]

7002Edit

Yemas writes "The Last King".[39]

7034Edit

Grand Master Temas of the Guild of Writers gives a speech to the Five Lords.[13]

7201Edit

Jamen writes "How They Came; A Detailed Look at what started the Mee-Dis War".[19][40]

7500Edit

(12th century of D'ni)

7539Edit

Old Stone Teeth, Rock Biter and Burrower had been together for the breakthrough of the lower caverns and the opening of the Tijali Mines.[41]

8100Edit

"Garden craze" of the 8100s. Many "rest Ages", including Eder Gira and Eder Kemo, were written and made available to the D'ni public.[42]

8125Edit

(13th century of D'ni)

8500Edit

Elite force of Maintainers established, based in the Maintainer's Garrison on the Age of Gahreesen. The Garrison was used by this force for training, research, and development of new Maintainer technologies.[42]

8740Edit

Birth of Hinahsh.[42]

8750Edit

(14th century of D'ni)

8990Edit

Teledahn written by Grand Master Mararon of the Guild of Writers as a 250th-birthday present for Lord Hinahsh, Grand Master of the Guild of Caterers.[42]

9005Edit

Hinahsh dies. Teledahn left to Guild of Caterers; Guild Captain Ventus installs equipment for spore harvesting that nearly ruins the Age.[42]

9336Edit

Work on the tunnel to the surface begins.[41]

9338Edit

The Guild of Legislators observes the expedition and reports to the Council; they decide to extend it for another year and that a Great Shaft should be built to speed up the tunnelling.[41]

  • 9340- Excavation to surface ends.
  • 9350 (1694 AD) - Anna is born.
  • 9351 - Aitrus becomes guild master.
  • 9359 - Anna's mother dies.
  • 9365 - Aitrus is elected to the Council.

9375Edit

(15th century of D'ni; it is the starting point of the journal dating.)

  • 9377 - Anna marries Aitrus.

9390Edit

Around this year Aitrus creates his map.[43]

9392Edit

(1736) - Gehn is born.[41]

9395Edit

Guild Master Kadish writes Kadish Tolesa.[42]

9396Edit

9400Edit

(Leesahn 8) Final revolt of Veovis and fall of D'ni.[4] Gehn is 8 years old.[41]

After the FallEdit

9406Edit

Gehn runs away from the Cleft. He is 14 years old.[44]

94??Edit

Gehn meets the Amad. He marries Keta.

9411Edit

(1755)- Birth of Atrus and death of Keta. Gehn leaves for D'ni while baby Atrus stays with Anna.[44]

9417Edit

(Leevofo 8) Gehn starts writing Riven, his Fifth Age.[4]

9425Edit

Atrus is 14 years old. He conducts his Battery experiment and blows open the path leading to D'ni. Gehn returns to Anna and takes Atrus to D'ni.[44]

9429Edit

(1773)

  • Gehn takes Atrus to D'ni and teaches him writing.[44]
  • (Leevot 22) Atrus' Korfah V'ja.[4] He is 18 years old.[44]
  • (Leevot 23) Gehn traps Atrus in K'veer. Atrus goes to Riven.[44]
  • Atrus meets Katran. Gehn announces his intention to marry Catherine in 30 days. Atrus begins writing test Ages in preparation for fixing the Riven Book. Gehn decides to hold the wedding even sooner.[44]
  • On the wedding date, Atrus and Catherine escape and trap Gehn there. The Myst book falls in the Star fissure and lands on Earth.[44]
  • Atrus, Katran and Anna stay in Myst.

9430Edit

Atrus writes the Rocks, the Age that will be known as Stoneship.[45]

9431Edit

(Leevosahn 13) Atrus marries Katran.[4]

c. 9432Edit

Achenar is born. (earliest possible date)

c. 9434Edit

Sirrus is born.[46]

9440Edit

Atrus visits Stoneship again and meets his old friends.[47]

c. 9442Edit

While visiting one of Catherine's ages Anna is killed during an accident.[48] She is buried on Myst Island. Atrus is lost in his writing and Catherine stops writing.[49]

  • 9442 - Atrus writes Osmoian.
  • 944? - Atrus writes Channelwood and Selenitic.
  • 9445 - Atrus writes J'nanin, Voltaic, Edanna, Amateria and Narayan and uses them to teach his sons the principles of the Ages.
  • 9448 - Atrus writes The Tide.
  • 9449 - Atrus writes Mechanical.
  • c. 9451 - Events of Myst comic: The Book of Black Ships: Sirrus and Achenar meet the Black Pirates of Mechanical and are introduced to tyranny.
  • 9458 - Gehn manages to link to 233rd Age (L?votar 11)
  • 9460 - Atrus writes Rime.
  • 94?? - Civil war in Narayan. Saavedro is trapped on J'nanin.
  • 9461 (1805) - Sirrus and Achenar send Katran to Riven (L?votar 29). Gehn imprisons her (L?bro 8).
  • 9462 (1806) - Sirrus is trapped in the Red Book ; Achenar is trapped in the Blue Book (Leevot 25). Events of Myst: A human finds the Myst book, arrives to Myst and frees Atrus, who then burns the trap books (L?vobro 13) (December 12)




  • 9462, L?vobro 30 - Events of Riven: The Stranger goes to Riven, where he imprisons Gehn and frees Katran. Riven is destroyed. Rivenese relocated to Tay.
  • 9465 - Atrus and Katran enter Averone.
  • 946? - Events of Myst: The Book of D'ni: Atrus finds the D'ni survivors, visits the Age of Terahnee, frees the relyimah.
  • 9468, L?bot 25 - Atrus decides to write Releeshahn.
  • 9469, L?fo 1 - Atrus begins to write Releeshahn and revisits J'nanin.

947?Edit

(1815)[50]

  • 9471 - Events of Myst III: Exile: Saavedro steals Releeshahn and traps the Stranger in J'nanin thinking he is Atrus. The Stranger escapes and reclaims Releeshan.
  • 9480 - Events of Myst IV: Revelation: Atrus writes to the Stranger who then arrives in Tomahna. Yeesha is abducted. Death of Sirrus and Achenar.(Leevobro 2)

ReferencesEdit

  1. Myst comic: Issue zero
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 King Ri'neref Notebook
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 King Ailesh Notebook
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 Cyan official timeline
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Shomat Story Notebook
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 King Shomat Notebook
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 King Ja'kreen Notebook
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 King Veesha Notebook
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 King Mararon Notebook
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 King Koreen Notebook
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 King Ahlsendar Notebook
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7 King Solath Notebook
  13. 13.00 13.01 13.02 13.03 13.04 13.05 13.06 13.07 13.08 13.09 13.10 13.11 King Me'erta Notebook
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 14.5 King Gan Notebook
  15. Me'erta Story Notebook
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 16.6 King Hemelin Notebook
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 King Behnashiren Notebook
  18. 18.00 18.01 18.02 18.03 18.04 18.05 18.06 18.07 18.08 18.09 18.10 King Naygen Notebook
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 19.4 19.5 19.6 King Hinash Notebook
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 20.5 20.6 King Needrah Notebook
  21. The Great King of D'ni
  22. 22.00 22.01 22.02 22.03 22.04 22.05 22.06 22.07 22.08 22.09 22.10 22.11 22.12 22.13 22.14 King Rakeri Notebook
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 23.4 23.5 23.6 23.7 King Tejara Notebook
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 24.4 24.5 24.6 King Ti'amel Notebook
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 King Kedri Notebook
  26. Kedri Story Notebook
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 27.3 27.4 27.5 King Lemashal Notebook
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 King Ishek Notebook
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 29.3 King Loshemanesh Notebook
  30. 30.0 30.1 30.2 30.3 30.4 30.5 30.6 30.7 30.8 30.9 King Ji Notebook
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 31.3 31.4 31.5 31.6 31.7 31.8 31.9 King Demath Notebook
  32. 32.0 32.1 32.2 32.3 32.4 32.5 32.6 32.7 King Yableshan Notebook
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 33.3 33.4 33.5 33.6 33.7 33.8 33.9 King Emen Notebook
  34. 34.00 34.01 34.02 34.03 34.04 34.05 34.06 34.07 34.08 34.09 34.10 King Me'emen Notebook
  35. 35.0 35.1 35.2 35.3 King Adesh Notebook
  36. 36.00 36.01 36.02 36.03 36.04 36.05 36.06 36.07 36.08 36.09 36.10 King Lanaren Notebook
  37. 37.0 37.1 37.2 37.3 King Asemlef Notebook
  38. 38.0 38.1 38.2 King Jaron Notebook
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 39.3 39.4 39.5 39.6 39.7 King Rikooth Notebook
  40. 40.0 40.1 40.2 40.3 40.4 40.5 40.6 King Kerath Notebook
  41. 41.0 41.1 41.2 41.3 41.4 41.5 Book of Ti'ana
  42. 42.0 42.1 42.2 42.3 42.4 42.5 42.6 DRC Web site
  43. D'ni Maps
  44. 44.0 44.1 44.2 44.3 44.4 44.5 44.6 44.7 Book of Atrus
  45. [1], Linking and the Art of Writing
  46. Based on Richard A. Watson's statement that Sirrus is younger than Achenar by 2 years[2], and the assumption that Achenar was born right after Atrus and Catherine's marriage.
  47. Stoneship Journal
  48. Serenia Journal and based on the assumption that Sirrus was born in 9434
  49. Catherine's Tomahna Journal
  50. History

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