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461y The Resuming War
The Archmage’s Trick

443y The New Sire Asthalin
409y The Archmage
406y Vundenvall’s Advantage
403y Raid on Sonne’s Throne
361y Sire Asthalin


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403y Hall of the God


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0y -The Gods


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461y – The Resuming War

Revision in progress.


Incistea, War Historian – Written 462y


- Asthalin’s War History – Foot 3, Scroll 1



461y – The Archmage’s Trick

Derivation from foretelling in progress.


Alfdin, Wizard of Record of Magical Affairs – Written 460y


- Wizards Guild Future Insight – Foot 8, Scroll 2



443y – The New Sire Asthalin

Update in progress.


Glamgro, Recent Issues Kingship Historian – Written 452y


- Sire Asthalin’s Scrolls of History – Foot 7, Scroll 41



443y – The New Sire Asthalin

Restoration in progress.


Glamgro, Recent Issues Kingship Historian – Written 452y


- Sire Asthalin’s Scrolls of History – Foot 7, Scroll 41



406y – Vundenvall’s Advantage

Restoration in progress.


Glamgro, Recent Issues Kingship Historian – Written 418y


- The Great War – Foot 1, Scroll 1



403y – Raid on Sonne’s Throne

This article contains historical inaccuracies, as it has been written from popular history, lacking in any first hand views from any traceable source. Please notify the historian’s guild (located in Asthalin’s Seat) to submit changes.

In late autumn of 403y, Sonne’s Throne, the most majestic and god-like building, a mile high and many miles across and long, was approached by ten evil warriors. They each stood eight feet high, and wielded small ballistas, battleaxes nearly as big as themselves, and staves eleven feet high, surrounded by the trapped spirits of the good people that had killed.

They had ridden from the depths of the Nine Hells on ancient black dragons just to steal all hopes of sunlight from the people of Evron. The ascended the hundred-mile high mountain that was the seat of Sonne, and blasted in the door of the great hall with magics that wizards of now have yet to even comprehend. They began to destroy the beautiful artwork that was on either side of the hall, crushing it mercilessly and then cursing the pieces. Even Sonne’s angels themselves could not stop them, and fifty angels there were, all blessed and given superb fighting ability by Sonne himself.

The angels were slaughtered by the hellish warriors, and their corpses set afire and thrown into ever-dimensions to burn for thousands of years. The warriors stole Sonne’s scepter from the ornate throne on which Sonne himself once sat. The scepter was imbued by divine magic that only the gods could wield, and the light of day itself went out. The gem of solid light that was at the top of the staff was split from the scepter and kept by the warriors and ridden back into the now everlasting night, and the temple, the scepter, and the warriors have since never been seen by mortal or godly eyes.

Delathor, Kingship Historian – Written 432y


- Sire Asthalin’s Spoken History Project: Ever-Night, Foot 2, Scroll 1



361y – Sire Asthalin

In the peace year of 361, the first king, under the title of Sire Asthalin, was crowned by the people of Asthalin. He was a fair leader, and brought order to the disorderly parts of Evron, such as the history. He created a new job position: historian. Before this point, history had been passed down verbally from generation to generation. He spent some of the little tax money he could convince his people to pay for a project in which spoken history would be collected and written down. Although this effort ultimately failed, he was praised for the effort.

His court was of four places: Nobles and Royals, Knights and Generals, Wizards, and Commons. The nobles and royals, like most, were corrupt and failed to do much good, but raised taxes sufficiently to fund some of the major, forgotten projects and to really get the leadership rolling on its goals. The knights and generals were primarily ineffective, and unneeded, in this peace time, which lasted the whole of Sire Asthalin’s lifetime. The Wizards were of a small degree and amount, but were incredibly beneficial to the world as a whole. They often organized magical renovations of distressed towns, supplied the treasury, from time to time, and landscaped some of the more strategic areas within and without the kingdom of Asthalin.

The Court of Commons was quite revolutionary, compared to the now lost styles of kingship imposed by the previous rulers. It was called to order four times yearly, and was selected of different commons every meeting. It consisted of one hundred commons, selected from each town in an interesting fashion. One hundred was divided by the number of major towns, (ones ruled to be major by the Sire,) and messengers dispatched to every one. Each messenger would carry the same number of pieces of parchment marked with the seal of the Sire, along with a note marking it as an official invitation to the Court of Commons. The messenger would leave the invitations with the government of each town, and the commons could take the invitations at leisure, and would then be required by the Sire’s law to be present at the Court of Commons on the marked date.

The overall effect of the Court of Commons was astoundingly good. The commons would vote on matters for one half-week, then travel back. The majority for Yay or Nay won, and changes were made. One example of this was a great demand for more roads, so that the commons could attend the Court of Commons more reliably. The request was acknowledged, and roads were built, although they were primarily used for trading.

Sire’s Historian – Written 372y, Revised 442y


- Sire Asthalin’s Scrolls of History: Foot 4, Scroll 2



Personal Accounts

Mythology


0y – The Gods

Update in progress.

There was a flash of light, and suddenly, Evron was. It floated in the multi-verse, without purpose for a number of years of nothing. Then, beauty came to the world with Sonne, and he was the light in the heavens, the peace in the world. Grass grew, peaceful birds became, oceans filled, mountains were raised. There was no else. Then, Presont├Ęs joined the Evron, and trees grew, and the lesser races were given sentience, and religion rose.

The Heirophant of Sonne’s Restoration – Written 371y


- The Beginning – Foot 1, Scroll 1



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