This time line is intended to put the known events of the Critical Role universe in as close to chronological order as possible.

Notes and Explanations[edit | edit source]

This time line uses the official calendar on page 41 of the Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting.

Most dates outside the stream are approximate. For example, sources will often say something like "400 years ago" or "a millennium ago," which obviously isn't meant to be exact. Likewise, many dates are described as "less than" or "more than" or "nearly" some number of years ago. A character's birth year is generally their age subtracted from the year when the age is mentioned, though of course that could be off by one year if, for example, the age is mentioned earlier in the year than that character's birthday. This language should be included in the citation for clarity.

For a list of Critical Role media in chronological order, see Media Chronology.


Fan made speculative timeline of the history of Exandria, by Lalou.[art 1]

Conflicting Evidence[edit | edit source]

Many dates in this time line are based on evidence that the streamed events of The Campaign of Vox Machina took place between 810 and 812 PD. That evidence includes the following:

  • In "The Fate-Touched" (1x103), Vincent Clor specifically noted that the date was 12 Misuthar 812 PD,[1] which was the same day Vox Machina fled from a bad battle with Vecna into the Feywild.
  • Winter's Crest offers a convenient marking of time: there was one in the pre-stream adventures (a ruined festival in Westruun, but Emon threw another festival to make up for the spoiled one), there was another just days before the Chroma Conclave attack (the thin barrier between planes on that day helped Thordak escape the Elemental Plane of Fire), and there was one during Vox Machina's long break from adventuring right before the final days of the campaign.
  • The map accompanying the Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting

    Tyriok's credit on the map of Tal'Dorei.[art 2]

    was inscribed with the year 812 P.D. ("Post-Divergence"), and was created by Tyriok Gadsworth, who was in the process of creating the map in "Into the Frostweald" (1x48),[2] which took place at the beginning of the year following the Chroma Conclave's attack on Emon. The Campaign Setting was set roughly one year after the fall of the Chroma Conclave.[3]
  • Matthew Mercer said on Twitter that, in relation to Campaign 1, Campaign 2 was "over 20 years later."[4] Campaign 2 starts in Sydenstar 835 PD.


That said, The Explorer's Guide to Wildemount contradicts all of the above: it repeatedly states that the Chroma Conclave's attacks on Tal'Dorei and Draconia occurred in 815 PD.[5] The guide also notes that the Myriad set up a satellite group in Tal'Dorei twenty years ago (i.e. 815 PD),[6] and it is amply established that they had a foothold in Tal'Dorei by the time Vox Machina began.[7][8]

This was reinforced in an episode in 836 PD: Beauregard Lionett recalled that Delilah Briarwood was ousted from the Cerberus Assembly "25, 26 years" earlier,[9] which would be 810 PD. She fled and eventually took over Whitestone five or six years before Vox Machina led the rebellion against them,[10][11][12] suggesting that Whitestone was liberated in 815 PD.

Slightly less straightforward evidence of conflict: Allura Vysoren appeared to be in her mid-fifties in 836 PD.[13] If the Chroma Conclave attacked in 810 PD, and Allura led a group of adventurers who sealed Thordak about 15[14] or 16[15] years before that, then Thordak was sealed in 794 or 795 PD, when Allura would have been a young teenager.

Another specific date doesn't seem to fit either scenario well: in "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49), set in 826 PD, Matt starts the episode by saying it has been "just over a decade since Vecna's ascension and subsequent banishing."[16] That doesn't fit with Vecna's ascension being in 817 PD, as it would have been if the Chroma Conclave attacked in 815. And it's a slight stretch to say 14 years is "just over a decade."

Vincent Clor's date contradicts another couple of pieces of canon, in a smaller way. He stated that the date was 12 Misuthar, but a previous episode indicated that Vox Machina was taking a full one-year break that would have ended weeks after 12 Misuthar.[17] One could treat that "one year" as approximate, but that one-year break included the creation of a permanent teleportation circle in Whitestone, which would take exactly one year.[18] It's not a big adjustment, so this time line simply treats the 12 Misuthar date as correct.

Pre-Stream[edit | edit source]

The Founding[edit | edit source]

See The Founding for an overview.

Year(s) Event
Unknown Elemental titans called Primordials claimed the world as their own and dwelt deep beneath its surface.[19]
The gods came to the chaotic world and created the elves, then the dwarves, then the humans, then other races. The gods lent power to the mortals to tame the world: the first divine magics.[19]
The gods created the Dragons Metallic to further protect the gentler races.[19]
The Primordials rose to attack the mortal races. Demons from the Abyss, drawn by the violence, spilled forth to feast on the carrion. The Creators split between the Prime Deities, who wanted to stay and subdue the Primordials for their creations' sake, and the Betrayer Gods, who wished to join with the Primordials and allow chaos to reclaim Exandria. Under one fallen angel, celestials who had battled the demons of the Abyss turned to tyranny and forged new hells.[20]
The Prime Deities took up arms, and also gave the mortals knowledge of arcane magic so they could defend themselves without the aid of divine power. The traitorous mortals were driven back, the Betrayer Gods were banished to their own prison-like planes, and the Primordials were destroyed and scattered to their own planes.[21]
Tens of thousands of years before the Divergence After the Prime Deities' victory,[21] Vasselheim, the Dawn City, was founded.[23]
Unknown After the founding of Vasselheim, the races ventured forth to discover new lands. The world was named Exandria.[21]
The Kuul'tevir, noble predecessors of the lizardfolk, built cities with magic nearly on par with the elves'.[24]
Arriving through a portal from the Far Realm, aboleths and other aberrations conquered the Underdark beneath the Bladeshimmer Coast and drove their slaves to build their capital: Salar, the Unseeable City. They slowly began expanding toward the surface, and their psychic energies gradually produced the azuremite of the Crystalfen Caverns.[25]

The Age of Arcanum[edit | edit source]

See The Age of Arcanum for an overview. The Age of Arcanum includes the Calamity and ends at the Divergence.[26]

Pre-Calamity[edit | edit source]

Year(s) Event
More than 2000 years before the Divergence The Age of Arcanum began.[27]
Possibly pre-Age of Arcanum: more than 1187 years before the Divergence Yug'Voril was established.[28]
Starting more than 1000 years before the Divergence An ancient black dragon-turned-dracolich, Guuthal the Ever-fed, terrorized the world.[29]
Early Age of Arcanum: well over 687 years before the Divergence, if not longer[30][31] The dwarven Thomara clan dug into a fallen earth titan[32] to exploit a precious metal vein cluster and built a vault city there. The society eventually collapsed into madness and cannibalism.[33]
Close to 664 years before the Divergence The greatest sages of the Age of Arcanum managed to experiment with reversing the flow of time without being killed.[34]
A century before the Calamity The archmage Vecna's contributions to arcane theory enabled many of the artifacts that would stoke the flames of the Calamity. He began hoarding secrets, killing those who knew them, and achieved lichdom. He amassed a force of followers and undead, disappeared with them into the Shadowfell to conquer Thar Amphala, and there built Entropis.[35]
~163 years before the Divergence, or perhaps longer A mortal mage created rites to challenge the God of Death. She felled him and ascended to godhood[21] (or her ascension instantly destroyed him[36]), and she took his place in the pantheon (but not his entire portfolio[37]) and became the Raven Queen. The other gods quickly destroyed the secrets to the ritual.[36]
  • The previous god's "half-son," an empyrean, had been sent to Pandemonium as a temporary punishment, but when the god died, the empyrean was left there and eventually went mad.[38]
  • The day after the Raven Queen's ascension, three of the Raven Queen's heroes—Clay, Stone, and Dust—were tasked with removing the body of one of the heroes of "the war" from a city. With the eventual guidance of the Raven Queen, they split the body into parts and took the parts to various locations, and built temples that their families protected through the ages: the Clay Family tended the Blooming Grove, the Dust Family tended the Cinderrest Sanctum on Kravaraad, and the Stone Family tended the Menagerie.[39][40]
    • The Blooming Grove is reputed to have been constructed just post-Calamity, which suggests a long period of wandering before settling down.[41]
Decades after Vecna's conquest of Thar Amphala,[42][43] possibly[44] From Entropis, Vecna used the Celestial Solstice, a merging of ley energies, to open portals for his forces to attack his enemies at a whim and retreat to Thar Amphala before retaliating forces could muster. Vecna defeated one old rival, Kas, who accepted an offer of eternal life through vampirism in exchange for becoming Vecna's chief lieutenant. Vecna forged a sentient relic blade for Kas, who used it to terrorize Vecna's enemies for months, thereby becoming Kas the Bloody-Handed. Vecna, who had managed to reconstruct the Raven Queen's rites of ascension, then attempted the Ritual of Seeding to ascend to godhood. He was interrupted when the Beacon of Arms, a holy army of Pelor led by his champion Yos Varda, used a reverse-engineered Celestial Solstice to attack Thar Amphala. Yos Varda, Vecna, and Kas all perished, and Vecna's forces were defeated and scattered, but only a few members of the Beacon of Arms returned victorious.[45][46] Vecna had left instructions for his most devoted followers to carry on the work of raising him to godhood in spite of his death; they founded the Remnants.[47][48]
Unknown The original Cerberus Assembly was formed.[49]
Minotaurs were created as living weapons and guardians.[24]
A cabal of Issylran warlocks consorted with dark entities, resulting in the first tieflings.[50]
Tieflings fleeing religious zealots sailed from Issylra to the continent that would later be called Tal'Dorei.[50]
Some rock gnomes also migrated from Issylra to the future Tal'Dorei.[51]
A handful of crystal-powered flying cities, including Aeor and Zemniaz, existed that traveled across Exandria.[52][53]
Seers of a serpentfolk empire foresaw the Calamity; to survive its dangers, the empire created a magical stasis field under their capital city of Vos'sykriss (now Visa Isle) where its strongest people waited to one day emerge and rebuild their empire.[54]
Acek Orattim, priest of Tharizdun, made his base in Gatshadow Mountain, under which Tharizdun had been imprisoned since the Founding. Through Acek, Tharizdun's power twisted and elevated the mountain, riddled it with a maze of tunnels, and corrupted the surrounding region.[55]
Inspired by the Raven Queen's ascension, archmage Vespin Chloras unsealed the Betrayer Gods from their prisons. They turned on Vespin and made him their first thrall.[21]
The Betrayer Gods created Ghor Dranas.[21]
  • Torog's followers used the caves beneath Ghor Dranas as torture dungeons.[56]
Torog tortured the Betrayer Gods' enemies at the Bastille of Torment under the Dunrock Mountains.[57]
A warrior named Ganix attempted to strike down Torog with his army, but his army was defeated, and Torog captured and tortured Ganix, twisting him into the Laughing Hand.[58]
Halas Lutagran became a powerful archmage.[21]
The Betrayer Gods and their forces made a surprise attack on Vasselheim, but the city repulsed them with backup from the Prime Deities. The siege lasted for 20 days and nights, reducing much of the city to rubble.[59]

Possibly before or after the Calamity began[edit | edit source]

Year(s) Event
~363 years before the Divergence Leylas Kryn was born.[60]
~189 to 89 years before the Divergence During a Celestial Solstice, elemental rifts burst open across Exandria, causing fires, earthquakes, and an outpouring of elemental monsters whom the people of the world struggled to combat.[61] The Ashari, up to then a nomadic people, divided into four tribes to seal and watch over the rifts to the Elemental Planes of Fire (Pyrah Tribe), Water (Vesrah Tribe), Air (Zephrah Tribe), and Earth (Terrah Tribe).[62]
~164 years before the Divergence Corellon banished Artagan to the Feywild for tricking an elven culture into worshiping a whale carcass.[63]
Leylas Kryn was present when the first Luxon Beacon was found.[64]
Unknown Shattengrod was destroyed.[65]

The Calamity[edit | edit source]

See The Calamity for an overview. The war that came to be called the Calamity wiped out most of civilization.[66][67]

Year(s) Event
Unknown, early in the Calamity Lolth was one of the earliest casualties of the Calamity, as Kord impaled her with a thunderspear before her soldiers saw battle. Over the years, her most loyal drow servants discovered her pooling blood and drank it, transforming themselves into half-spider hybrids called driders.[68]
  • The leaderless drow were driven from the surface world and had to rebuild in the Underdark; their nobility began to be influenced by Tharizdun.[69]
The early years of the Calamity Warring nations in Marquet turned the verdant landscape into ash and desert.[70]
"Nearly" 187 years before the Divergence The dwarven kingdom of Uthtor was destroyed.[71]
"Nearly" 164 years before the Divergence Torog and his followers tunneled beneath a woodland in the Cyrios Mountains that was home to reclusive elves who worshiped Sehanine, sinking the plateau into a valley. Torog's servants sapped the life and color from the trees at their roots, creating the Pallid Grove. The elves there retreated from the world beneath the Pallid Grove and became pallid elves.[72]
Less than 163 years before the Divergence Pelor and Sarenrae drew Torog above ground, defeated him, and banished him to a sliver of the Far Realm that now borders the lowest depths of the Underdark. Torog's tears burned tunnels through Exandria, and his faithful fled into them.[73]
Asmodeus deceived and betrayed Sarenrae, and killed most[74] or all[75] of her worshipers, in one stroke.[76]
The original Cerberus Assembly tore Desirat, phoenix mount of Asmodeus, from her master and bound her beneath Mount Mentiri for study.[77]
Avandra defeated Asmodeus by tricking his armies into fighting each other.[78]
Less than a century before the Divergence An extremely slow-burning arcane forest fire started in what later became the Greying Wildlands.[79]
Unknown Halas Lutagran performed arcane experiments as the gods warred with each other.[80] The Folding Halls of Halas were constructed during this time.[81][82][83]
  • Halas went missing.[84]
The once-tranquil coastal paradise of the Miskath Strand was defiled by the Betrayer Gods and became Blightshore.[85]
In the Ashkeeper Peaks, the dwarven clan of Grimgol was almost wiped out; the survivors burrowed deep and collapsed the established tunnels to buffer against the wars above, and so began centuries of isolation. The mountains they had called home were destroyed.[86]
A wandering colony of elves fleeing the Calamity formed the beginning of what will become the Orroyen tribes of the Rifenmist Peninsula.
Bane transformed many of the Dranassar into goblinoids.[87]
As an unknown deity entered Exandria to do battle, a pack of wild hyenas were caught in the divine eminence and became the first gnolls.[68]
Corellon battled Gruumsh, stabbing out his eye.[75] Creation myths hold that the fallen blood of Gruumsh mutated a number of elves into orcs,[88][89] and other fallen elves were fused with their horses, creating centaurs.[90]
  • Afterward, the elves of northern Wildemount, pleading to Corellon for protection, heard no answer, and encased their civilization in ice and fled into the Feywild.[91]
Corellon's right hand, the solar Xalicas, was so badly injured that she could not see, fly, or leave Exandria, and had no strength to move for over a century.[92]
Zehir ambushed Melora, and they battled, in what became the Lushgut Forest.[93]
Tharizdun devoured all of the Raven Queen's black-winged angels.[94]
The land bridge connecting Tal'Dorei and Wildemount was shattered, creating the Shearing Channel.[95]
Ioun baited Tharizdun to her central temple, resulting in her near-destruction.[96] Pelor's subsequent vengeful battle with Tharizdun was so violent, it created the valley where the Parchwood Timberlands stand and raised the Alabaster Sierras.[96] Badly defeated and wounded, Tharizdun retreated to Acek Orattim's realm, but Pelor chased and banished Tharizdun there, beneath Gatshadow.[97] The Raven Queen's angels returned as diminished, mortal kenku.[98]
Ioun's public worship was shattered;[99] her following was largely culled.[100] Most of Zehir's worshipers were destroyed as well.[101]
As the gods warred with each other, Halas Lutagran, studying non-lichdom paths to immortality, studied and struggled with the Permaheart Chamber containing the Laughing Hand's heart.[102] Halas became trapped in stasis.[103]
All flying cities were wiped out, as far as anyone knows.[104] At least three crashed in Wildemount: Aeor in Eiselcross, Zemniaz in Zemni Fields, Kethesk in Dreemoth Ravine.[105]
  • All the deities momentarily struck an armistice to strike down the flying city of Aeor, which had developed weapons to kill gods, and the gods' combined might managed to crash but not destroy the city.[106]
The original Cerberus Assembly was destroyed.[107]
In one of the last battles of the Calamity, Melora and her Free Children battled Bane and his goblinoid legions on the Beynsfal Plateau of the Rifenmist Peninsula, where Bane was defeated and his armor was scattered across the region. The site was reduced to ash, and plants wouldn't grow there ever again.[108]
The final battles of the Calamity took place in the valley that would become the Barbed Fields.[109]
  • A section of the nearby Ashkeeper Peaks and Dunrock Mountains was shorn flat, creating the Brokenveil Bluffs.[110][111]
  • Massive floods and tidal surges wiped out civilization along the Menagerie Coast and islands of the Lucidian Ocean.[112]
  • The final battle of the Calamity sent strong waves of magical force through Exandria, unintentionally causing the collapse of most of the Crystalfen Caverns and the fall of the aberrations' civilization there.[113]
  • Quajath was thought to be slain, but it burrowed deep beneath Eiselcross and got stuck there.[114]
  • The body of Jourrael, Lolth's chosen assassin, was split into pieces and sealed in separate secret locations, for lack of a way to kill her.[115]
Final days of the Calamity The first half-orcs in Wildemount were born.[116]
Immediately before the Divergence With the Betrayer Gods defeated and banished, Melora planted the Arbor Exemplar in the Barbed Fields. The Prime Deities imposed self-exile and created the Divine Gate. Thus ended the Age of Arcanum.

Post-Divergence[edit | edit source]

See Post-Divergence for an overview.

Year(s) Event
Shortly after the Divergence Scavenging drow turned from Lolth and worshiped the Luxon. They ascended from the Underdark to reclaim Ghor Dranas; they were led by House Kryn.[117]
Ioun's followers went into hiding.[118]
The Blooming Grove was built.[119]
Halflings began farming in the Dividing Plains and the foothills of the Cliffkeep Mountains.[120]
Ley energies shifted by the Calamity caused the accelerated growth and magical flux that created the Verdant Expanse.[121]
"The early years following the Calamity" Druvenlode was established.[122]
Following the Divergence, within a generation Energies left over from the Calamity gave birth to the Verdant Expanse in an area untouched by the Betrayer Gods.[123]
~12 PD or shortly thereafter Kraghammer was founded by the survivors of Uthtor and led by Clan Jaggenstrike.[124]
A generation after the Calamity Wood elves returned from the Feywild united under the sorceress Yenlara, their first leader after the Divergence, and founded the city of Syngorn in the Verdant Expanse.[123][125]
Shortly after 35 PD Uthodurn was founded.[126][127]
Less than a century after the Divergence The arcane forest fire in the future Greying Wildlands finally burned out, but one section of forest survived, which would rebound as the Veluthil Forest. The smoke from the fires took a little longer to clear.[128]
Before 135 PD Halflings began cultivating the Felderwin Tillage.[129]
~136 PD A Luxon Beacon was found in Blightshore near the base of the Penumbra Range.[130]
~210 PD,[131] possibly[132] From Entropis, Vecna used the Celestial Solstice, a merging of ley energies, to open portals for his forces to attack his enemies at a whim and retreat to Thar Amphala before retaliating forces could muster. Vecna defeated one old rival, Kas, who accepted an offer of eternal life through vampirism in exchange for becoming Vecna's chief lieutenant. Vecna forged a sentient relic blade for Kas, who used it to terrorize Vecna's enemies for months, thereby becoming Kas the Bloody-Handed. Vecna, who had managed to reconstruct the Raven Queen's rites of ascension, then attempted the Ritual of Seeding to ascend to godhood. He was interrupted when the Beacon of Arms, a holy army of Pelor led by his champion Yos Varda, used a reverse-engineered Celestial Solstice to attack Thar Amphala. Yos Varda, Vecna, and Kas all perished, and Vecna's forces were defeated and scattered, but only a few members of the Beacon of Arms returned victorious.[133][134] Vecna had left instructions for his most devoted followers to carry on the work of raising him to godhood in spite of his death; they founded the Remnants.[48]
~311 PD or earlier Thordak began ruling over half of Marquet.[135]
After 312, well before 494 PD Humans sailed from Issylra to the western coast of the continent that will later be called Tal'Dorei; their first settlement was the port city of O'noa.[136]
After 312 PD, some time before 494 PD Humans in western Tal'Dorei spread until they controlled all the western shores, and founded the city of Emon.[137]
Around 400 PD An exploration vessel from Marquet reached the Swavain Islands and first established trade with the Ki'Nau. The Marquesians soon returned and established Damali.[138]
After 400 PD, before 635 PD The Wanderman Assembly formed a capitalistic society in the Shattered Teeth after being stranded there by a hurricane.[139]
410 PD The Ki'Nau established a shamanistic site that would expand into the village of Othe when Marquesian explorers discovered that rare and valuable herbs grew well in the surrounding marsh.[140]
~411 PD Joran the Sea-Speaker, hero of the Verdant Expanse and wielder of the Spire of Conflux, ventured into the Endless Maze of the Abyss, where he and the Spire were devoured by Yenk the goristro.[141][142]
Shortly after 412 PD Hill giants wrecked the gnomish city of Wittebak; Kraghammer welcomed the refugees.[143][144]
~430 PD Dulgrim Smeltborne was born.[145]
~435 PD Zadash was founded as a guarded community under the Julous family.[146]
Probably ~445 PD[147][148][149] Ank'Harel was founded under the rule of J'mon Sa Ord.
462 PD Lieve'tel Toluse was born.[151]
464 PD Wilhand Trickfoot was born.[152]
Between 479 and ~494 PD (while Yenlara lived) Warren Drassig rose to power in Emon, established the Kingdom of Drassig, severed diplomatic ties with Syngorn, and made new alliances with Kraghammer. Yenlara's grandson, Syngorn's diplomat to Emon, tried to resolve things diplomatically, but was tortured and killed, kicking off the 32-year Scattered War.[153]
  • Within the next nine years, the port city of O'noa was devastated in one of the bloodiest battles of the war.[154]
Between 479 and ~524 PD The Golden Grin was established.[155]
Between 488 PD and ~523 PD (while Yenlara lived) The wood elves and their allies from human colonies oppressed by the Kingdom of Drassig ambushed and killed Warren Drassig at the village of Torthil. Warren's son Neminar succeeded him, and Neminar drew on the power of the Betrayer God Bane, the Strife Emperor, to augment his forces.[156]
Between 488 PD and ~524 PD Zan Tal'Dorei rallied the resistance, lured Neminar Drassig's forces into the Verdant Expanse, and crushed them there. Warren Drassig's youngest son, Trist, succeeded Neminar.[157]
Between 504 and 507 Wilhand Trickfoot had a dream and left the Trickfoot family to devote his life to Sarenrae.[158][159]
Between 511 PD and ~526 PD Zan Tal'Dorei's forces backed King Trist Drassig's forces into a valley at the base of the Cliffkeep Mountains, but a flood of fiends poured into the battlefield. Against all odds, Zan Tal'Dorei's forces prevailed, ending the Drassig bloodline, the infernal pact the Drassigs had made, and the Scattered War. The blood of the demons thereafter blackened the grass and flowers that grow there, and the area became known as the Umbra Hills.

The leaders of the Verdant Expanse convened a council, crowned Zan Tal'Dorei as Sovereign in a power-sharing arrangement, and named the realm Tal'Dorei.[160]

514 PD Rexxentrum was founded over the ruins of an ancient temple to Pelor.[162]
Between 513 and ~528 PD Errevon the Rimelord, taking advantage of a celestial solstice, opened a rift from the Frostfell, the elemental plane of ice, to what will later be called the Frostweald. With an army of frost giants and sentient blizzards, Errevon conquered most of the continent in a few years.[163]
Between 518 PD and ~538 PD (and many generations before 792 or 793 PD) The Council of Tal'Dorei convinced Syngorn and Kraghammer to join in an alliance against Errevon, and together their forces battled Errevon back through the rift, which the Ashari druids sealed shut. The victory was later celebrated annually as the Winter's Crest festival.[164]
539 PD Following more than three years of debate—and Eckhardt Dwendal making deals to build support for his son among guild leaders—Manfried Dwendal was crowned as the first emperor of the Dwendalian Empire. He soon banned worship that did not promote the interests of the empire.
544 PD The Admonition: Emperor Manfried Dwendal had leaders of various faiths executed after they attempted to usurp the throne in rebellion against his religious restrictions.[167]
The Julous Dominion, attempting to cement their rule over the area around Kamordah, drove independent villagers nearby into the Cyrios Mountains.[168]
The Dwendalian Empire declared war on the Julous Dominion, kicking off the 16-month Marrow War.[169]
  • The high cleric of the Julous Dominion made a pact with a devil of the Nine Hells to protect against the Empire. Devils and undead swarmed the Marrow Valley, which did offer protection against the Empire but also menaced the residents. The Raven Queen gave one of her priests, Trence Orman, knowledge of blood magic, which he spread to trusted friends. So began the Claret Orders. The Claret Orders purged the valley of the fiends and undead, and Dwendalian forces promptly swept in.[170]
545 or 546 PD Dwendalian forces occupied Zadash. Baron Inock Julous and Baroness Tessandra Julous met with Manfried Dwendal to negotiate a peace but were executed instead, leaving the Dominion leaderless and bringing the Marrow War to an end.[168]
Around 568 to 570 The Eve of Crimson Midnight: A conflict between high-born arcane practitioners of the former Julous Dominion and those of the Empire's noble houses broke out into all-out warfare in the streets of Rexxentrum. The combatants were apprehended and, in exchange for amnesty, agreed to serve the Crown directly as a council of mages called the Cerberus Assembly,[171] after the organization of the same name that was destroyed in the Calamity.
585 PD A wave of purple-grey shadow suddenly engulfed Molaesmyr and began slowly corrupting the entire Veluthil Forest, causing surviving refugees to flee to Bysaes Tyl or to the Flotket Alps, where they stumbled upon Uthodurn.[172]
Probably ~595[173][174][175] Thordak, not yet matured into an ancient dragon,[176] attacked Ank'Harel but was seemingly killed by J'mon Sa Ord.
  • Thordak, nearly dead, washed up on the island of Viscan, where the long-exiled Marquesian necromancer Opash discovered him and enslaved him for years, hoping to use him to achieve immortality.[177]
~609 PD The Clasp was founded.[178]
Shortly after 610 PD The last known use of powerful, ancient magic for permanently nullifying selected memories.[179]
Before 612 PD A gold rush in the Ironseat Ridge made Kymal into a boom town over the next century.[180]
Shortly after 612 PD Whitestone was founded by an expedition led by the de Rolo family.[181]
Between 611 - 661 PD Nostoc Greyspine was born.[182]
Between 620 - 629 PD Drez Vina was born.[183]
634 PD Kradin Grimthorne was born.[184]
~635 PD After most of the Open Quay burned down, Yussa Errenis bought the land.[185][186]
A scavenged Aeorian artifact turned all the frost giants in the Fortress of the Dead Jarl into zombies.[187]
The Dwendalian Empire absorbed Hupperdook via an agreement negotiated by Emma Zezbok, who became the city's first starosta and still held the position in 835 PD.[188]
Not long after 635 PD On the strength of its brewing, Trostenwald boomed into a city.[189]
Pride's Call chose to ally with the expanding Dwendalian Empire.[190]
637 - 646 PD (Future expositor of the Cobalt Soul) Dairon was born.[191]
647 PD Fendril Vas was born.[192]
Between 701 - 711 PD Erwen Dastell was born.[193]
Before 709 PD Tremaine established the Value of Valor in Kraghammer.[194]
Before 712 PD Kymal's gold rush came to an end as the deposits ran dry, and the mining industry died within a decade.[195]
~714 PD Essek Thelyss was born.[196][197]
722 PD The Iron Authority conquered the Beynsfal Plateau.[198]
724 PD Moordek Vart was born.[199]
Between 730 - 739 PD Eskil Ryndarien was born.[200]
731 PD Edna (the old lady Tiberius killed in 810 PD) was born.[201] (Possibly non-canon)
732 PD The Iron Authority united all the hobgoblin kingdoms under Tz'Jarr, the Iron Emperor.[202]
734 PD Simar was born.[203]
Before 735 PD The Lapidus family became prominent in Port Damali.[204]
Darktow Isle became a haven for sailors coming from Tal'Dorei and Marquet to Wildemount.[205]
~735 PD The Kryn Dynasty started working to bring warring goblin clans and orc clans of the northern shores of Xhorhas together, an effort that eventually resulted in a unified society in the city of Jigow.[206]
Not long after 735 PD The Kryn Dynasty began revealing itself to the wider world.[207]
During the reign of King Alfwin Dwendal, the Dwendalian Empire absorbed Grimgolir[209] and Bladegarden.[210][211]
Parts of the Savalirwood became havens for criminals, leading to Shadycreek Run being established.[212]
741 PD Scanlan Shorthalt was born.[213][214]
Between 740 - 745 PD Victor was born.[215]
Between 741 - 745 PD Earthbreaker Groon was born.[216]
Between 742 - 751 PD Master Quall was born.[217]
Between 749 - 755 Bertrand Bell was born.[218]
Between 750 - 759 PD Margrave Atrix was born.[219]
Between 751 - 760 PD (Future lady of Vord) Kima was born.[220]
755 PD A shipping company (or trapper guild ousted from Icehaven[221]) in Yrrosa turned to smuggling contraband and soon formed the beginnings of the Myriad, which would become Wildemount's largest criminal organization.[222]
The walls of Rosohna were extended somewhat into the Ghostlands to incorporate some of the settlements just outside the city.[223]
Kruvanis Stormwind was born.[224]
757 PD Ulf was born.[225]
Between 758 - 764 PD Reginald was born.[226]
Between 760 - 769 PD Jekt Wince was born.[227]
760 PD Penelope (later Penelope Stormwind) was born.[224]
~761 PD Raishan destroyed a temple of Melora and was cursed with an ever-worsening sickness.[228]
Between 762 - 766 PD Kerrek was born.[229]
Mistress Asharru was born.[230]
Between 761 - 770 PD Scalebearer Desona was born.[231]
763 PD Noja, the future abjurist, was born.[232][233]
Between 763 - 767 PD Harold was born.[234]
Between 764 - 768 PD Cornelius was born.[235]
767 PD Bertrand Dwendal, future king of the Dwendalian Empire, was born.[236]
768 or 769 PD Elowen Brist was born.[237]
Between 769 - 774 PD Pike Trickfoot was born.[238][239]
Between 770 - 779 PD Quian was born.[240]
Between 772 - 774 PD Shaun Gilmore was born.[241]
Laina Yor was born.[193]
~775 PD Palebank Village was founded with the help of Elro Aldataur, who led the village for at least the next 60 years.[242]
~776 or 777 PD The Golden Chain, a mercenary company, established itself in Port Damali.[243]
Between 778 - 781 PD Shayne Tranter was born.[193]
Between 778 - 784 PD Captain Adella was born.[244]
Between 782 - 791 PD Cordell was born.[193]
782 PD Tiberius Stormwind was born.[224]
782 or 783 PD Vax'ildan and Vex'ahlia were born.[245][246]
783 PD Taryon Darrington was born.[247]
Faeryn Stormwind was born.[224]
784 PD Jerahd Stormwind was born.[224]
785 PD The Myriad began slowly infiltrating the Herethis platinum mines around this time.[248]
Drakkia Stormwind was born.[224]
Between 785 - 791 PD Percival Fredrickstein Von Musel Klossowski de Rolo III was born.[249]
Between 787 - 790 PD Jarett Howarth was born.[250]
789 PD Keyleth was born.[251][252][253][254]
790 PD Bertrand Dwendal assumed the throne of the Dwendalian Empire.[168]
Between 790 - 791 PD Kynan Leore was born.[255]
~790 - 793 PD Raishan and Thordak the Cinder King met and formed an alliance.[256]
Between 788 - 794 PD Cassandra de Rolo was born.[257]
Between 791 - 793 PD Jordana Whisk was born.[258]
792 or 793 PD Vax'ildan and Vex'ahlia were sent away from Elaina to Syngorn to live with their father, Syldor Vessar.[259]
At the southern edges of the Council of Tal'Dorei's influence, Thordak began to raid caravans and autonomous villages, which sent requests to Emon for aid and protection. Sovereign Odellan Tal'Dorei rejected the idea of sending a regiment as too costly without confirmation of the threat. Over the next two years, Thordak proceeded to burn the fields of the Mornset Countryside and enslave the Outerfolk of the region.[260]
Between 792 - 794 PD Korshad Seddiki established himself in Deastok's criminal underground.[261]
Loman Turray became High Curator of the Valley Archive of the Cobalt Soul in Zadash and Herald of the Archive.[262]
794 PD Judessa Fruunast, queen of the dwarves of Uthodurn, died and was succeeded by her daughter, Simone Fruunast.[263]
794 or 795 PD Vilya left the Air Ashari to begin her Aramenté.[264]
Thordak laid waste to everything around the Gladepools, including Port Udall and Byroden, where Elaina lived. Thordak thrashed Emon's forces from Fort Daxio. Allura, Kima, Drake Thunderbrand, and the rest of their adventuring party failed to stop Thordak and fell back. But with the help of the Arcana Pansophical, and losing several compatriots, they managed to seal Thordak in the Elemental Plane of Fire.[265][266]
795 PD Dungeoneers exploring Bazzoxan went mad from the demonic influence there and accidentally reactivated a rift to the Abyss. Demonic forces spilled forth, but were fought back at great cost of life, and a long period of containment began.[267]
Allura Vysoren and Lady Kima of Vord met, and defeated the Scourged Rider.[268]
Independent merchant companies, resisting rising taxation from the Clovis Concord, turned to piracy and established the Revelry.[269]
Sunbreaker Olomon successfully challenged Ogre Lord Buhfal in deadly one-on-one combat for leadership of Urzin.[270]
796 PD Hunin and Kyor were born.[271]
797 PD Tiberius passed the Sorcerer's Rite.[272]
799 PD or earlier Atrix became the Margrave of Westruun.[273]
799 PD Moordek Vart met a dwarven woman named Kriss and left the clergy to start a family with her.[274]
800 PD Vilya left the Fire Ashari after successfully completing their trials.[275]
Gradim Greyspine was voted in as head of the council of Kraghammer.[276]
After 800 PD The pallid elves emerged from the Pallid Grove.[277]
801 PD Simon Brist was born.[278]
802 PD Jarett Howarth left Marquet to avoid execution after his months-long tryst with a girl of very high noble status was discovered.[279][280]
Tiberius became the youngest appointed member of the Draconian magic guild.[281]
Kima's last proper time with the Order of the Platinum Dragon until returning with a Horn of Orcus in 810 PD.[282]
Bren Aldric Ermendrud was born.[283][284]
Between ~802 to 804 PD Theanor Whisperthin became starosta of Felderwin.[285]
803 PD Clarota discovered his arcane abilities and was cast out from the illithid colony.[286]
Reani was born.[287]
~803 to 805 PD Skirmishes began between the Dwendalian Empire and Kryn Dynasty, and escalated over the next three decades.[288]
804 PD A daughter was born to King Murghol and Queen Ulara.[289]
~805 PD A clan of wildfolk on an island in Eiselcross found an exposed part of Quajath's body in a cave and discovered that it was a self-regenerating source of meat; eating the meat has put them under Quajath's control.[290]
The Briarwoods slaughtered the de Rolo family and seized control of Whitestone.[291][292][12]
  • Percy escaped Whitestone with the help of his sister Cassandra de Rolo.
  • Cassandra was assumed dead after being shot with arrows during her escape attempt.
806 PD Raishan, disguised as a 15-year-old human girl, infiltrated the Fire Ashari.[293][294]
806 or 807 PD Vilya failed her trial with the Water Ashari and disappeared in the Elemental Plane of Water,[295] ending up on Rumblecusp, where her memories were suppressed for decades.[296][297][298]
807 PD The Myriad started encroaching on the Clasp's turf in Stilben.[299]
807 or 808 PD Orthax made a pact with Percy.[300]
809 PD Grog Strongjaw, Keyleth, Scanlan Shorthalt, Tiberius, Vax'ildan, Vex'ahlia, and Trinket formed the group that would eventually become Vox Machina.[301]
Fendril Vas hired the party to investigate the Myriad.[302]
  • The party destroyed Crysa-Thul, discovering that the contract was a ruse to feed them to this deity.
  • The party killed Fendril Vas in retribution.
Grog suddenly left for the city of Westruun.[303]
After not hearing from Grog for weeks, the rest of the party go Westruun as well.[304]
  • Pike Trickfoot joined the party to help them find Grog.
  • Within Gatshadow Mountain, they encountered a mind-controlled Grog, the reanimated corpse of Stonejaw Strongjaw, and a dying mage, Drath Mephruhn, attempting to become a lich.
  • The party slew the undead Stonejaw and the mage, but not before a phylactery was embedded within Grog's chest.
The party returned to Westruun to look for help in removing the phylactery from Grog.[305]
  • They sought the help of Lady Kima of Vord, but she was already on her year-long pilgrimage by this time.[306]
  • They began hearing rumors of missing children. Elowen Brist asked the party to find her son Simon a few weeks after he disappeared.[307]
Drez Vina hired the party to steal a particular brass box from within the tower of a local Archmage.[308]
  • The party infiltrated the tower and made their way to the top, dodging many traps along the way.
  • At the top of the tower, they met Realmseer Eskil Ryndarien.
  • Instead of stealing from him, they asked for his help in removing the phylactery.
  • He agreed, and sent them to collect two items he needed for the ritual: the skull of a nightmare, and the heart of a nymph.
The party traveled north to the Umbra Hills.[309]
  • They battled a cult and retrieved a nightmare's skull.
  • Percy joined the party after they freed him from imprisonment.
The party traveled south to the Frostweald.[310]
  • Vex'ahlia was turned to stone by basilisks, but was revived by the others.
  • They encountered a nymph named Nahla.
  • Grog entered the nymph's sanctuary and returned some time later looking satisfied and holding a jewel given to him by Nahla: the heart of the nymph.
The party returned to Westruun.[311]
  • Eskil Ryndarien successfully completed the ritual and destroyed the phylactery in Grog's chest.
  • Drez Vina confronted the party about their broken contract. To square their debt, he offered them another contract, which they accepted.
The party traveled to the Shadebarrow.[312]
  • They battled with an iron golem guarding the barrow, slew it, and retrieved the arcane cortex from its chest.
  • The party obtained a Bag of Holding from the barrow.[313]
The party returned the arcane cortex to Drez Vina, fulfilling their contract.[314]
Kradin Grimthorne approached the party and offered to represent them in a fighting ring.[315]
  • They agreed, entered the fights, and emerged victorious.
Westruun began preparing for the Winter's Crest Festival.[316]
  • A strange blue crystal was delivered in the name of Eskil Ryndarien.
Winter's Crest in Westruun[317]
  • The blue crystal suddenly detonated, freezing the entire city of Westruun. The party was shielded from this by Abjurist Noja.
  • A woman stood where the crystal was, then leapt through a portal. The party followed her through. There, the woman revealed her true form as the white dragon Skysunder, and the party killed her.
  • The party returned to Westruun and saw that the people had been freed from the ice.[318]

Meanwhile, the Winter's Crest festival in Emon was soured by a staged assassination attempt that left Sovereign Uriel's family possessed by demonic spirits.[319][320]

Eskil Ryndarien was put on trial for the attack on Westruun.[321]
  • The party was able to prove his innocence.
  • In thanks, Eskil investigated and discovered that the Clasp was the source of the blue crystal.
Using Vax's knowledge of the Clasp, the party now known as Vox Machina headed west towards Emon.[322]
810 PD before "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01)
Upon arriving in Emon, Vox Machina continued to hear rumors of children going missing.[323]
  • They heard that each child was seen befriending a black-haired, golden-eyed boy before they disappeared.
Vox Machina continued investigating, and meanwhile did a few odd jobs around Emon.[324]
  • Syldor Vessar hired the party to look for Sir Gregory Fince.
  • At Sir Gregory's home, they discovered and defeated several demons.
  • They found the tortured corpse of Sir Gregory, and his notes about the attempted assassination of the royal family; the notes repeatedly mentioned someone named General Krieg.

On the way out, Keyleth, Percy, Grog, Tiberius, and Vex fell into a cistern and ended up in a river system below Emon.[325]

  • They fought an aboleth.
  • They met Trysta in the ruins of an ancient town.
  • Tiberius traded a piece of his luck to Trysta in exchange for the Mending Wheel.
  • Trysta offered to show the party the exit if they got rid of an umber hulk nearby.
  • They defeated the umber hulk, so Trysta showed them the way out.

Meanwhile, Vax, Pike, and Scanlan searched for where the rest of their party ended up.[326]

  • Vax and Pike were abducted by the Clasp.
  • Vax revealed his membership in the Clasp's sect in Westruun.
  • Spireling Modeth called for a test of their skills and intent.
  • Vax and Pike fought and killed the Clasp's chained chimera, but Modeth still did not believe them.
  • Vax and Pike snuck out during the night and reunited with the rest of the party.
Vox Machina went to the Cloudtop District of Emon.[327]
  • Vax forged a letter of summons to get them into the Cloudtop District to speak to General Krieg.
  • They met with Krieg and told him what they discovered from Sir Gregory's home and the Clasp. Krieg warned them to leave the investigation to the officials.
  • With the Palace of the Sovereign so close, Vox Machina decided to try to talk to Uriel Tal'Dorei III instead, but were denied entry. There they met Allura Vysoren, who had been trying to access the palace for a week.
  • Vox Machina and Allura went to her tower to talk, they formed an alliance, and they scried on the palace, discovering that the Sovereign's family was under demonic influence.
  • Allura was attacked shortly after the Scrying.[328]
Vox Machina continued investigating the Clasp's involvement.[329]
  • They confronted and killed Spireling Modeth in his chambers, and discovered four glowing crystals in his possession. They returned to Allura's tower and found evidence of her having struggled with and escaped from demons. They accidentally triggered a defense system that shrunk the tower into a pearl, but escaped with her magic carpet.
Vox Machina returned to General Krieg.[330]
  • They entered General Krieg's home, found a secret passage to a teleportation circle, leading them to a mountain cavern with much treasure and four orbs, and activated one of the orbs, inadvertently contacting a member of the Chroma Conclave.
  • General Krieg teleported in, revealed himself as a blue dragon named Brimscythe, and fought Vox Machina.
  • As Brimscythe died, he collapsed the cavern, and Vox Machina narrowly escaped through the teleportation circle back to Emon.
  • Allura found them as they left Krieg's home. The skies darkened over Emon, a sign that the demonic influence around the Sovereign was growing bolder.
Vox Machina confronted the demonic influence around the Sovereign.[331]
  • Allura helped them infiltrate the palace.
  • They stormed the Throne Room, banished the shadows from the Sovereign's family, and were confronted by a treachery demon in disguise, which killed Pike before it was defeated.
  • Vox Machina rushed Pike to the nearby Temple of Sarenrae and helped resurrect her; her hair turned white.
  • Vox Machina, discovering that the four members of the Sovereign's family were catatonic and dying because their souls were missing, figured out that the four glowing crystals they'd taken from Modeth were Soul Jars, and restored the souls within to the family.
A few days after restoring the Sovereign's family, Vox Machina was called to the palace. Uriel thanked them, offered them a place on the Tal'Dorei Council and a newly constructed keep, and planned to throw another Winter's Crest festival a week later to celebrate them as heroes.[332]
Emon held the belated Winter's Crest parade, at which Vox Machina saw a black-haired, golden-eyed boy kidnap Uriel's son and take him through a portal. Vox Machina followed them through the portal to an island in the Astral Sea, fought their way through a bramble forest to a mansion with many children, and confronted the kidnapper, whose true form was a golden-armored man with four children chained to him. They defeated this "Dread Emperor" and returned the children to Emon.[333]
Taryon built Doty.[334]
Late Misuthar / early Dualahei

Vox Machina scattered for six months to take care of personal matters while Greyskull Keep was constructed.[335]

Month of Unndilar
Month of Brussendar
  • Brom Goldhand took up the position in the Tal'Dorei Council that was previously held by General Krieg.[343]
Month of Sydenstar
Fessuran and early Quen'pillar
  • Vox Machina returned to their new keep and sent out job inquiries for guards and servants.[344]
  • Vox Machina held a "try-out" for the guards. That evening, Allura Vysoren hired Vox Machina to search for her friend Lady Kima of Vord beneath the dwarven city of Kraghammer.
  • The next day, they left for Kraghammer. (Vex seemed to recall Kraghammer is about a week's ride from Emon.)[345]

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The Campaign of Vox Machina[edit | edit source]


Date
Timestamp at Start of Day
Events
10 Quen'pillar 810 PD (Day 1)
"Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 0:20:00
11 Quen'pillar (Day 2)
"Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 1:43:38
12 Quen'pillar (Day 3)
"Into the Greyspine Mines" (1x02) at 1:12:19
13 Quen'pillar (Day 4)
"Strange Bedfellows" (1x03) at 0:26:18
  • Keyleth revived Grog with a Greater Restoration ritual.
  • Vox Machina met and allied with Clarota.
  • Pike caught up to the party.
14 Quen'pillar (Day 5)
"Attack on the Duergar Warcamp" (1x04) at 1:09:54
Vox Machina infiltrated the duergar warcamp, killing an illithid, a bulette, and the duergar general.
15 Quen'pillar (Day 6)
"The Trick about Falling" (1x05) at 1:22:19
  • The party fought ogres, a black pudding, and hook horrors.
  • The party reached and infiltrated the Emberhold, freed Lady Kima of Vord, and together attacked the duergar royalty in the throne room, killing King Murghol. Queen Ulara flooded the room with lava and fled with a mind-dominated Grog among her party.
  • Tracking Queen Ulara, the heroes crossed a long pit of obsidian and bone and fought an Abyssal abomination, caught up to Ulara, and defeated her party. As they interrogated her, K'Varn spoke through her and then killed her.
16 Quen'pillar (Day 7)
"Yug'Voril Uncovered" (1x09) at 1:49:36
  • The party approached Yug'Voril. They pulled a boat from the lake floor, fought some ghouls, and killed a cloaker.
  • They found a cavern with a rift to the Far Realm. They scried on K'Varn and discovered he was a beholder, then set off for the island and bent a fomorian to their will with Geas.
17 Quen'pillar (Day 8)
"The Temple Showdown" (1x11) at 1:49:02
  • The party assaulted K'Varn in the temple, retrieved the Horn of Orcus, fought off the liberated elder brain and illithid horde, and escaped from Yug'Voril.
  • Vox Machina teleported with a petrified Kima to Emon at 2 in the morning. After a pub crawl, the party slept off the remainder of the day.
18–19 Quen'pillar (Days 9-10)
"Escape from the Underdark" (1x13) at 2:53:32
20–25 Quen'pillar (Days 11-15)
"Skyward" (1x15) at 59:31
  • Traveling on the airship.
  • 22 Quen'pillar: Wyvern-riding pirates, including Teera, attacked the skyship.
26 Quen'pillar (Day 16)
"Enter Vasselheim" (1x16) at 15:01
27 Quen'pillar (Day 17)
"Hubris" (1x17) at 1:40:47
Vox Machina killed a hydra that had been contracted by the Slayer's Take and agreed to complete another contract to join the guild.
1 Cuersaar 810 PD (Day 18)
3 Cuersaar (Day 21) Team 1 killed Rimefang.
4–5 Cuersaar (Days 22 & 23) Team 1 traveled back to Vasselheim.
6 Cuersaar (Day 24) Vox Machina was initiated into the Slayer's Take and reunited with Pike.
7–8 Cuersaar (Day 25 & 26) The party traveled to Pyrah, leaving Scanlan behind, and Keyleth completed the trial of the Fire Ashari.
9 Cuersaar (Day 27) The party took a day to rest.
10–12 Cuersaar (Days 28-30) The party spent three days traveling back to Vasselheim.
13 Cuersaar (Day 31)
  • Pike left once more.
  • The party reunited with Scanlan.
  • Grog won in a rematch with Kern the Hammer and met Earthbreaker Groon.
  • The party teleported back to Emon.
  • The party met Kynan Leore and Vax gave him a harsh talking-to, sending him away in tears.
  • Seeker Assum informed Vox Machina that the Briarwoods were coming to Emon in a week for a feast.
14–18 Cuersaar (Days 32-36) The party spent five days preparing for the arrival of the Briarwoods.
19 Cuersaar (Day 37)
  • The feast was held at the palace.
  • Vax was caught sneaking into the Briarwoods' room and was nearly killed by them.
  • Lillith Daturai assisted the party in the ensuing battle.
  • The Briarwoods fled Emon.
  • A bounty hunter known as the Broker found Lillith and was killed by Vox Machina.
  • One of the Broker's allies, an elderly woman, was brutally killed by Tiberius.
20 Cuersaar (Day 38)
"Consequences and Cows" (1x26) at 11:13
  • Vox Machina was called before the Council of Tal'Dorei to explain their recent violent actions.
  • Sovereign Uriel removed Vox Machina from the Council until further notice.
  • At the request of local farmers, Vox Machina chased after a roc that had been stealing cattle and convinced the druid protecting it to relocate.
21 Cuersaar (Day 39)
"Consequences and Cows" (1x26) at 3:45:53
Greyskull Keep was attacked by Invisible Stalkers.
22–28 Cuersaar (Days 40-46)
"The Path to Whitestone" (1x27) at 1:55:27
Vox Machina spent a week preparing for their journey to Whitestone.
29 Cuersaar (Day 47)
"The Path to Whitestone" (1x27) at 2:43:58
1 Duscar 810 PD (Day 48)
"The Path to Whitestone" (1x27) at 2:52:27
2 Duscar (Day 49)
"The Path to Whitestone" (1x27) at 3:17:47
  • Winter begins. (2 Duscar)
3 Duscar (Day 50)
"The Sun Tree" (1x28) at 2:19:40
The party discovered the corpses hanging from the Sun Tree and began investigating the town.
4 Duscar (Day 51)
"Whispers" (1x29) at 1:29:54
Vox Machina met Keeper Yennen and killed Kerrion Stonefell.
5 Duscar (Day 52)
  • Scanlan burnt down the mansion of Goran Vedmire.
  • Vox Machina killed Count Tylieri.
  • An avatar of Pike appeared and helped her comrades fight off a horde of undead.
6 Duscar (Day 53) The assault on Whitestone Castle.
7–19 Duscar (Days 54-66) Vox Machina helped rebuild Whitestone and prepared for the Winter's Crest Festival.
20 Duscar (Day 67)
21–23 Duscar (Days 68-70) Vox Machina prepared to return to Emon.
24 Duscar (Day 71) Vox Machina returned to Emon, apprehended Riskel Daxio, and executed him.
25 Duscar (Day 72) The party investigated the former home of General Krieg, fought a pair of worms, and took a mysterious skull from the house.
26 Duscar (Day 73) The Chroma Conclave attacked Emon.
27 Duscar (Day 74)
  • Vox Machina went looking for survivors and found Gilmore, Sherri, and the Tal'Dorei royal family—sans Uriel, who was killed in the initial attack.
  • The party spoke with the Clasp, but failed to come to an agreement. Vax severed ties with the organization.
28 Duscar (Day 75) Vox Machina and the refugees traveled to Whitestone.
29 Duscar (Day 76)
30 Duscar (Day 77)
31 Duscar (Day 78) Vox Machina released Galdric from the Raven's Slumber amulet and gave it to Vex to keep Trinket in.
32 Duscar (Day 79) Vox Machina returned to Pyrah, met Korrin, reunited with Cerkonos and the Fire Ashari, and sealed a rift to the Fire Plane with the help of Gern Blanston.
1 Horisal 811 PD (Day 80) First day of the new year.
  • The party traveled to Westruun and discovered that the Herd of Storms had taken over.
2 Horisal (Day 81) The party headed into the Frostweald, discovered and restored a petrified Tyriok Gadsworth, and rescued some refugees from a camp of orcs.
3 Horisal (Day 82)
  • Vox Machina ventured into the lair of the androsphinx, past many traps and puzzles.
  • While fighting him, they discovered the name of the androsphinx is Kamaljiori.
  • Kamaljiori told them about the known Vestiges of Divergence in detail.
  • Kamaljiori gave Mythcarver to Scanlan.
  • Craven Edge consumed Grog's soul, killing him.
  • Pike and the rest of the party managed to revive Grog.
  • Keyleth banished Craven Edge to the Dread Emperor's realm.
4–5 Horisal (Days 83 & 84) The party left the Frostweald, heading back towards the Westruun refugees.
6 Horisal (Day 85) Vox Machina began planning to rescue the residents of Westruun.
7 Horisal (Day 86)
  • Scanlan reunited with Dr. Dranzel and Kaylie.
  • Grog challenged Kevdak to a one-on-one brawl.
  • Realizing he couldn't win, Grog called in Vox Machina for backup.
  • Grog killed Kevdak and freed Zanror, pronouncing him the new leader of the Herd.
  • Grog gained the Titanstone Knuckles.
8 Horisal (Day 87) Vox Machina and the remaining members of the Herd of Storms planned a trap for Umbrasyl.
9 Horisal (Day 88)
  • Umbrasyl was caught in the trap but still manages to decimate the Herd of Storms.
  • Umbrasyl flew back to his lair to recuperate.
  • Vox Machina chased after the dragon and met Shale along the way.
  • Vox Machina and Shale killed Umbrasyl.
10 Horisal (Day 89) The party took a day to rest and examine their spoils.
11 Horisal (Day 90) The party returned to Westruun and met Kerrek and the other survivors.
12 Horisal (Day 91) Vox Machina and the survivors reunited with their loved ones in Kymal.
13–15 Horisal (Days 92-94) Vox Machina helped the survivors rebuild and fortify Westruun.
16 Horisal (Day 95)
  • The party returned to Vasselheim.
  • Percy met with Victor again and discovered that Anna Ripley had also been buying black powder from him.
  • Vax'ildan finally met and spoke with the Raven Queen.
17 Horisal (Day 96)
  • Vox Machina returned to Whitestone to discuss plans with their allies.
  • Hotis the rakshasa disguised himself as Shaun Gilmore and attempted to assassinate Vax'ildan.
  • Vox Machina fought off assassins from the Clasp and killed Hotis once more.
18 Horisal (Day 97) Vox Machina discussed protections for Whitestone, got into a bar brawl, and said goodbye to Pike.
19 Horisal (Day 98) The party entered the Feywild, reunited with Nahla, and met Garmelie.
20 Horisal (Day 99) The party entered Syngorn. The twins reunited with their father, his wife Devana, and their younger half-sister Velora.
21 Horisal (Day 100)
  • VM fulfilled their deal with Garmelie
  • They left Syngorn; Trinket protected Vex from a spirit bear
22 Horisal (Day 101)
  • Several members of VM fell victim to the campsite of Sorudun the Happy
  • They met the Fendir
23 Horisal (Day 102) VM killed the wisher pixies and freed the Fendir
24 Horisal (Day 103)
  • The party crossed the Gilded Run
  • Garmelie left the party
25 Horisal (Day 104)
  • The battle with Saundor
  • Vex got Fenthras
  • They returned to Whitestone
  • Vorugal passed over Whitestone, but the various enchantments kept it hidden
26 Horisal (Day 105)
27 Horisal (Day 106)

"The Streets of Ank'Harel" (1x65) at 18:20

  • VM teleported to Marquet with the help of Gilmore
  • They met Gilmore's parents
  • They traveled to Ank'Harel and camped outside the walls
28 Horisal (Day 107)

"The Streets of Ank'Harel" (1x65) at 1:59:56

  • They entered Ank'Harel
  • They met J'mon Sa Ord who challenged them to prove themselves
  • They succeeded, and J'mon revealed that they were a brass dragon and pledged their help to VM when they needed it
  • At a casino, they wreaked havoc while Scanlan made what he thought was a drug deal
29 Horisal (Day 108)

"A Traveler's Gamble" (1x66) at 2:54:14

1 Misuthar 811 PD (Day 109)

"The Chase to Glintshore" (1x67) at 2:45:11

2 Misuthar (Day 110)

"Passed Through Fire" (1x69) at 52:34

  • Percy's resurrection ritual was performed and succeeded
  • Almost everyone went to a bar to get drunk
3 Misuthar (Day 111)

"Passed Through Fire" (1x69) at 2:43:42

  • Assum Emring called VM for a private meeting, at which point "Assum" was revealed to be Raishan
  • Raishan proposed an alliance, which Vox Machina reluctantly accepted
4 Misuthar (Day 112) VM met with the Ravenites to plan the attack on Vorugal
5 Misuthar (Day 113)
  • Vox Machina + Raishan vs. Vorugal vs. Yenk
  • Vorugal and Yenk were killed
  • The Spire of Conflux was retrieved
6 Misuthar (Day 114) Vox Machina looted Vorugal's hoard
7 Misuthar (Day 115)
  • VM met with the war council in Whitestone to plan the attack on Thordak
  • Percy revealed Raishan to the rest
  • VM traveled to Fort Daxio and began fortifying it and summoning their allies
8 Misuthar (Day 116)
9 Misuthar (Day 117)
10 Misuthar (Day 118) VM returned to Whitestone to make their final preparations for the battle with Thordak
11 Misuthar (Day 119)
  • With the help of their allies, Vox Machina infiltrated Emon
  • Kashaw and Zahra stayed behind to hold off a pair of fire giants
  • VM and their allies battled Thordak
  • Thordak was killed
  • Raishan and Vox Machina broke their truce and battled within Thordak's lair
  • Scanlan summoned J'mon Sa Ord with the flute.
  • Vex'ahlia and Scanlan were killed, but Pike quickly revived them
  • Raishan escaped with Thordak's corpse and two dragon eggs
  • VM met up with Kerrek, Kashaw, and Zahra; collected their spoils; said goodbye to J'mon; helped sort out the plans for Emon; and returned to Whitestone.
12 Misuthar (Day 120)
  • VM arrived in Whitestone shortly after sunrise.
  • VM met with Cassandra and Allura
  • Keyleth and Allura scried to determine Raishan's location: the Island of Viscan
  • VM slept during the day to recover from the previous battles
  • Allura Teleported herself, Vox Machina, Kima, and Kerrek to the Island of Viscan
  • The group entered an underground dungeon full of various undead
  • They eventually reached the chamber where Thordak's corpse, the two dragon eggs, and Raishan were waiting.
  • Scanlan was killed.
  • Percy was killed.
  • Raishan was killed.
  • Percy was revived.
  • VM & co. returned to Whitestone with Scanlan's body.
  • Vex got Eskil Ryndarien to teleport her to Kymal, where she found Kaylie and sent her back to Whitestone via the Gate Stones.
  • Scanlan's resurrection ritual was successfully performed.
13 Misuthar (Day 121)
  • Vex and Eskil teleported back to Whitestone.
  • Vox Machina (minus the still-comatose Scanlan), Allura, Kima, and Kerrek returned to Emon.
  • Kerrek met up with his group and began heading back to Westruun.
  • Allura and Kima stayed in Emon to help get everything back in order.
  • VM headed to Greyskull Keep, then used Transport via Plants to go to Vasselheim.
  • VM entered the Abundant Terrace to bury the ashes of Senokir's wife.
  • Keyleth showed the Spire of Conflux to Lamor, who requested that she return it to the priestesses of Melora when she no longer needs it.
  • Grog led the party to the Trial Forge, where Earthbreaker Groon challenged him to a fight.
  • Grog defeated Earthbreaker Groon.
  • The Titanstone Knuckles awakened.
  • Scanlan Shorthalt left Vox Machina.
14 Misuthar (Day 122)
  • Vox Machina returned to Ank'Harel.
  • They met Taryon Darrington, who joined their group.
  • After returning to Whitestone, they tested Taryon's skills in battle by attacking him.
  • A tearful Tary told them the truth, winning over most of the group.
15 Misuthar (Day 123)
16–18 Misuthar (Days 124-126)
  • VM sailed the Ozmit Sea without incident.
19 Misuthar (Day 127)
  • VM fought some pirates and took a prisoner.
20 Misuthar (Day 128)
  • Sailing continued.
  • They arrived at Vesrah in the evening.
21 Misuthar (Day 129)
  • They entered the Elemental Plane of Water to retrieve the lodestones for Keyleth's Aramenté.
  • They fought a kraken.
  • Vax'ildan was killed.
  • Vox Machina (plus Vax's body) all escaped back to Vesrah.
  • During Vax's resurrection ritual, Vex pledged to the Raven Queen that Vox Machina would hunt down and kill Orcus.
  • The Raven Queen appeared before the party and said that she would call for them when it was time.
  • Vax was resurrected.
22 Misuthar (Day 130)
  • They set sail back to Emon.
23 Misuthar (Day 131)
  • Sailing.
24 Misuthar (Day 132)
  • They arrived back in Emon, returned to Greyskull Keep, and examined the creepy book they got from Raishan.
25 Misuthar (Day 133)
  • They dressed up Doty then traveled to Vasselheim to do some errands.
26 Misuthar (Day 134) The events from ---------- to "Vox Machina Go to Hell" (1x91) at 0:59:27.
  • Vox Machina traveled to Zephrah, where Keyleth completed her Aramenté and became Voice of the Tempest.
  • The party discussed their individual plans for when they get some downtime.
27 Misuthar (Day 135)
"Vox Machina Go to Hell" (1x91) at 0:59:28
  • Vox Machina traveled to the City of Dis in the Second of the Nine Hells to kill Hotis once and for all.
  • Percy signed a contract with Ipkesh to kill Utugash in exchange for being guided to Hotis.
28 Misuthar (Day 136)
"Deals in the Dark" (1x92) at 1:57:30
  • Vasa guided Vox Machina to where Utugash was.
  • They met and freed Tova, who joined them temporarily.
  • They encountered Utugash.
  • Utugash was killed.
  • Doty was disassembled by devils and Taryon was forced to leave him behind.
  • Vox Machina was arrested.
  • They broke out of their cell, found their way to Hotis, and killed him for good.
  • Vox Machina Plane Shifted out of Hell, leaving Tova behind to try to find her still-imprisoned friends.
  • Vox Machina safely returned to Whitestone, where they reunited with Pike.
  • They all got drunk in a tavern and tried to help Taryon flirt with the bartender, Shauna.
  • Tary told them more of his backstory, including his failed romantic relationship with one of his tutors, Lawrence.
  • Shauna handed Tary off to her friend Trisha, and the two of them had sex.
29 Misuthar (Day 137)
"Jugs and Rods" (1x94) at ?:??:??
  • Taryon realized he was definitely not sexually interested in women.
  • Cassandra and Percy explained the Grey Hunt to Vex'ahlia.
  • Vex meditated under the Sun Tree all day until she finally received a vision from Pelor leading her to her quarry.
  • Vex'ahlia tracked down and killed her quarry, a Gray Render.
30 Misuthar (Day 138)
"Jugs and Rods" (1x94) at ?:??:??
  • As the sun rose, Vex returned to Whitestone carrying the creature's severed hand as a trophy.
  • Vex'ahlia was officially titled as the Grand Mistress of the Grey Hunt.
1 Dualahei 811 PD to 19 Duscar 811 PD (Days 139-394)
  • Vox Machina took almost a year off to pursue their own individual interests.
    • Percy and Vex'ahlia secretly got married sometime during this year.
  • Spring begins. (13 Dualahei)
  • Summer begins. (26 Unndilar)
  • Winter begins. (2 of Duscar)
20 Duscar (Day 395) VM gathered for a Winter's Crest ball in Whitestone.
21–23 Duscar (Days 396-398) VM sailed to the Bay of Gifts.
24 Duscar to 32 of Duscar (Days 399-407) VM vacationed at the Bay of Gifts.
1 Horisal 812 PD (Day 408) First day of the new year.
  • VM's last day of vacation at the Bay of Gifts.
2–16 Horisal (Days 409–423) VM sailed back to Emon, then traveled overland to Whitestone.[348]
17–29 Horisal (Days 424–436) VM spent time in Whitestone, during which time a permanent teleportation circle was completed there.[349]
1 Misuthar 812 PD (Day 437) The Trickfoot family arrived in Whitestone.
2 Misuthar (Day 438) Vox Machina split to entertain the Trickfoots while determining their intentions.
3–6 Misuthar (Days 439–442) Vox Machina prepared to battle the vision Uncle Ogden predicted to befall Pike.
7 Misuthar (Day 443) Vox Machina made the return to Whitestone, Keyleth via flying carpet.
8 Misuthar (Day 444) Vox Machina returned to Whitestone, hiring a couple of new employees and discovering what lies on the other end of the syphoning orb beneath the city.
9 Misuthar (Day 445) Vox Machina discovered that a member had been kidnapped, and made haste to recover them. They met the Darrington family, made a deal with the local crime lord to free the family debt, and took on a corrupted celestial.
10 Misuthar (Day 446) The party returned to the Darringtons with the deed and new arrangement in hand. The party returned to Whitestone, where they met a pair of interesting individuals from Ank’Harel.
11 Misuthar (Day 447) Leaving early morning from Whitestone, Vox Machina traveled to Marquet to investigate news of another ziggurat with a magic-absorbing orb. They rested just inside this temple. Vox Machina explored that ziggurat, discovering another orb and the work of an old foe. They rushed home to Whitestone, arriving in the evening to share this news.
12 Misuthar 812 PD

[350] (Day 448)

The party Plane Shifted to the Shadowfell. They discovered a ritual in process, attacked with little effect, and fled into the Feywild. After a long rest, they returned to Vasselheim, learning that no time had passed at all. After some research and scuffles with the city guard, the party Plane Shifted to Elysium, incurred the favor of Sarenrae and Pelor, and returned to the Prime Material plane in Terrah.
  • Vax'ildan died. The Raven Queen sent him back as a revenant.
13 Misuthar (Day 449) The party left Terrah in search of a key to Ioun's secret realm. Upon finding and rescuing him, they used him to Plane Shift to Ioun. Scanlan received the Blessing of the Knowing Mistress, the Tome of Isolation, and another fragment of divinity.
14 Misuthar (Day 450) The party traveled to the Scaldseat volcano to forge the Prime Trammels to use against the Whispered One.
15 Misuthar (Day 451)
"The Ominous March" (1x109) at 1:03:09

The party met with the leaders of Vasselheim and beyond before beginning their assault against Vecna’s latest threat, an undead Primordial titan. The party entered Thar Amphala and escaped to the Feywild upon confrontation. They contacted Artagan and struck a deal to ensure they returned to the Material Plane only an hour after they left rather than risk coming back long after the battle was over. Upon returning to Thar Amphala, they made a new ally, faced off against old foes, traveled to Entropis, and battled Vecna the Ascended.

16–30 Misuthar (Days 452–466) "The Chapter Closes" (1x115) from 3:13:42 through 3:46:39, with "The Search for Grog" (Sx42) and "The Search For Bob" (Sx45) in between.

Grog pulled a card from the Deck of Many Things. Two weeks of wackiness ensued. After a successful retrieval mission, the party went their separate ways.

Between The Campaign of Vox Machina and Campaign Two: The Mighty Nein[edit | edit source]

1 Dualahei 812 PD to 15 Sydenstar 835 PD

Year(s) Event
Presumably soon after Misuthar 812 PD Kaylie attended the Alabaster Lyceum.[351]
Percival de Rolo began building a clocktower at the front of Whitestone Castle that would take many years to complete.[352]
812 or 813 PD Vesper Elaina de Rolo was born.[353] She was the first of at least five children born to Percival and Vex'ahlia de Rolo in the coming years.[354]
Beauregard Lionett was born.[355]
The Darrington Brigade's work, including saving an ore baron from a döppelganger's plot, brought about an alliance that kept the Darrington family out of the Myriad's grasp.[356]
Cassandra de Rolo asked Vex to teach and train her to be one of the protectors of Whitestone.[357]
813 PD "Dalen's Closet" (Sx47): Vex and Percy had a destination wedding that Sylas Briarwood tried to spoil.[358]
~812 to 814 PD Vess DeRogna became an instructor at the Soltryce Academy.[359]
814 PD Pumat Sol established The Invulnerable Vagrant in Zadash.[360]
815 PD The Myriad established satellite cells in Tal'Dorei and Marquet.[361]
~816 PD Skirmishes between the Dwendalian Empire and Kryn Dynasty in Brokenveil Marsh.[362]
Crown Marshal Hayden Damurag began an illustrious career of military service to the Dwendalian Empire.[363]
Headmaster Jorma Margolin of the Soltryce Academy died; his son Zivan Margolin inherited the position.[364]
High Curator Yudala Fon, Herald of the Rexxentrum Archive, began a decades-long battle of wills with Theolocrat Kon Bruda to keep the Archive from falling under state control.[365]
~816 to 820 PD The Gentleman carved out a position of influence in Zadash's underworld.[366][367]
819 PD Bren Aldric Ermendrud burned his family's home and was sent to the Vergesson Sanatorium.[368]
820 PD The Dwendalian Empire discovered and raided the Myriad's central stronghold in Yrrosa, scattering the organization's leadership but not destroying most of its power.[222]
  • Yrrosa's starosta, Stefan Weberrat, was arrested for protecting the Myriad. Zulla Sauer succeeded him.
Wyatt Maranoss challenged the original Plank King, Hunnis Breeah, for leadership of the Revelry, killed Breeah, and took the title for himself. [48]
Brumae Luddie became starosta of Nogvurot.[369]
~822-823 PD A conflict between the Dwendalian Empire and the Kryn Dynasty took place near Nogvurot in which many soldiers on both sides were killed.[370]
Before 826 PD During a gambling run in Port Damali, Taryon Darrington stumbled upon Lawrence; they picked up where they left off, and Lawrence joined the Darrington Brigade.[371]
826 PD King Bertrand Dwendal's wife Duvia died.[372]
"The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49): Doolan Tversky hired the Darrington Brigade to retrieve an object that fell from the sky into the Cyrengreen Forest.
828 or 829 PD Artifacts from Aeor began making their way south into the Empire.[373]
830 PD Bren Aldric Ermendrud escaped from the Vergesson Sanatorium and began wandering.[374]
~832 PD Dulgrim Smeltborne died, and his son Umagorn Smeltborne took over his forge in Uthodurn.[375]
833 PD Beauregard Lionett was taken from her home by monks of the Cobalt Soul at the request of her father, Thoreau Lionett.[376]
The Tombtakers contracted with a powerful female spellcaster to perform a ritual in which Lucien, or the Nonagon, died. He woke up buried in the ground, with no memory of his previous life, and became Mollymauk Tealeaf.[378]
Starosta Fryda Langer inherited her position from her parent, the previous starosta of Trostenwald.[379]
834 PD Odessloe's Starosta Ruell died and was succeeded by Vesdan Wothassic.[369]
Around month of Unn'dilar

Diedric Sutan visited Meandering Treasures in Nicodranas, but never returned for his Ring of Fire Resistance.[380]

The leadership of the Dolorav clan of the Iothia Moorland was massacred by one of their own.[206]
Month of Duscar

Yasha arrived in the Dwendalian Empire.[381]

835 PD Month of Horisal or Misuthar

Caleb and Nott helped each other break out of prison.[382]

Month of Misuthar

The Stubborn Stock traveled from the Menagerie Coast to the Dwendalian Empire.[383]

Campaign Two: The Mighty Nein[edit | edit source]

Date
Timestamp at Start of Day
Event
16 Sydenstar 835 PD
"Curious Beginnings" (2x01) at 16:38
The party to be known as the Mighty Nein met in The Nestled Nook Inn. They joined together for a show at The Fletching and Moondrop Traveling Carnival of Curiosities.
17 Sydenstar
"A Show of Scrutiny" (2x02) at 34:01
The party investigated Trostenwald, looking for clues regarding the undead appearance.
18 Sydenstar
"A Show of Scrutiny" (2x02) at 1:22:42
The party discovered that Kylre was the fiendish presence at the carnival, spent the day investigating it, and chartered a boat to an island in the Ustaloch to which Kylre escaped.
19 Sydenstar
"A Show of Scrutiny" (2x02) at 3:02:57
The party killed Kylre, got caught escaping house arrest, presented their case to the Lawmaster, and spent the morning bathing and shopping. Beau was introduced to her new mentor, Dairon. The party headed off for Zadash by way of Alfield, passing a caravan.
20 Sydenstar
"The Open Road" (2x05) at 39:21
After the first day of travel, the party saw buffalo-like creatures. Fjord had a nightmare of a mysterious voice speaking in single-word sentences. They continued through the day and night to reach an under-attack Alfield.
21 Sydenstar
"The Howling Mines" (2x06) at 10:23
The party investigated the attack on Alfield, saw the effect on its citizens, tracked the attackers to their cave, discovered a gnollish cult, and killed a manticore.
22 Sydenstar
"The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 54:24
The party inspected their loot, received their reward, and set off toward Zadash. They chose the group name "The Mighty Nein" when Bryce Feelid asked for it.
23 Sydenstar
"The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 1:53:31
After an uneventful full day of travel, the party fought off a pack of brigands led by Trevor.
24 Sydenstar
"The Gates of Zadash" (2x08) at 2:28:48
After another full day of travel, the party arrived in Zadash to conduct business. They visited The Invulnerable Vagrant and met Pumat Sol, learned of the Knights of Requital, and met Dolan Thrym.
25 Sydenstar
"Steam and Conversation" (2x09) at 1:18:03
The party took a bath, attempted to gain entrance to the Tri-Spire, and completed a contract in Zadash’s sewers.
26 Sydenstar
"Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 14:00
The party revisited The Invulnerable Vagrant, successfully gained entrance to the Tri-Spire, and received more details about the Knights of Requital.
27 Sydenstar
"Zemnian Nights" (2x11) at 2:16:04
Fjord and Molly set a trap for Nott. The party investigated the High-Richter, and agreed to a plot against her. They infiltrated The Guided Hand Infirmary and scouted the High-Richter's estate.
28 Sydenstar
"Midnight Espionage" (2x12) at 1:51:00
The heists against Lord Sutan and the High-Richter took place. There was an attack on the Zauber Spire by Xhorhasian infiltrators, thwarted by two flying Empire mages. The party found and released Thuron, and recovered the Luxon Beacon when Thuron was killed.
29 Sydenstar The party distributed spoils, visited shops, and stated that they were willing to offer many gifts at The Evening Nip. The party met with Molly’s past and the party’s future with The Gentleman, a local smuggling lord.
30 Sydenstar The party arranged for Horris Thrym to be smuggled out of the city while they completed a task for The Gentleman in the ancient laboratory of Siff Duthar.
31 Sydenstar The party reconvened with the Gentleman, shared most of their findings, and had their record cleaned.
32 Sydenstar to 2 Fessuran 835 PD The party tended to various errands through Zadash.
3 Fessuran Zadash celebrated Harvest Close. The party entered a tournament in the Victory Pit. Caleb shared part of his past with Beau and Nott.
4 Fessuran Zadash announced the empire’s formal declaration of war against the Kryn Dynasty. The Mighty Nein turned down a series of offers for work, but accepted two offers from the Gentleman before leaving town.
5 Fessuran The party traveled along the Bromkiln Byway, stopped by a butcher/tanner’s shack for trade, and defended their camp from a group of goblin raiders.
6 Fessuran The party traveled along the Bromkiln Byway, encountered a unit of the Righteous Brand, and had their cart repaired. Yasha had a vision during an overnight storm.
7 Fessuran The party entered the Labenda Swamp, saved Kiri, a young kenku, from the local wildlife, and arrived in Berleben.
8 Fessuran The party briefly allied themselves with Calianna before venturing into the swamp for the Gentleman's Safe House, as part of their contract.
9 Fessuran The party rested in the safehouse before dealing with the merrow threat beneath it.
10 Fessuran The party ensured the safety of the safehouse before dealing with a venomous troll they encountered, then returned to Berleben.
11–12 Fessuran The party set out from Berleben for the Crossroads, en route to Hupperdook. The first two days of travel were uneventful.
13 Fessuran The party arrived at the Crossroads, conducting a minor bit of shopping before continuing on to Hupperdook.
14 Fessuran After an uneventful fourth day of travel, the party fended off a group of familiar brigands.
15 Fessuran The fifth day of travel was uneventful.
16 Fessuran The party arrived in Hupperdook, participating in their first evening of revelry and a drinking contest.
17 Fessuran The party investigated their stolen coin purses, took a contract within the local prison, and reunited the Schuster Family.
18 Fessuran The party said final goodbyes, leaving Kiri in Hupperdook, and headed toward Shadycreek Run. Overnight, on the second watch, a party of slavers called the Iron Shepherds kidnapped Yasha, Fjord, and Jester.
19 Fessuran The party investigated their kidnapped friends, gained a dwarven companion, Keg, in the hunt, and attempted to take a shortcut to Shadycreek to cut off the slaver caravan.
20 Fessuran After receiving help from another victim of the slavers, a firbolg elder, the party rode on.
21 Fessuran The party caught up to and circled ahead of the caravan.
22 Fessuran The party unsuccessfully ambushed the slavers, the Iron Shepherds, and Mollymauk Tealeaf died in the attempt. The remaining members joined forces with Nila, a member of the firbolg tribe, and continued to Shadycreek.
23 Fessuran The party passed through the gates, past the domain of the Dwendalian Empire, into Shadycreek Run.
24 Fessuran The party met Ophelia Mardoon and made preparations to assault the Iron Shepherds on her behalf. Along the way, they visited the Blooming Grove and added Caduceus Clay to the party.
25 Fessuran The party infiltrated and assaulted the Sour Nest fortress, rescued their kidnapped friends, returned to report to Ophelia, and that evening left with her for Zadash.
26 Fessuran The party continued their journey with Ophelia back to Zadash.
27 Fessuran The party stopped to pay their respects to Mollymauk.
28 Fessuran to 2 Quen'pillar 835 PD The party continued through the Crossroads, past the Crispvale Thicket.
3–4 Quen'pillar The party continued on, passing through Hupperdook toward Felderwin and Berleben.
5–12 Quen'pillar The party traveled the last stretch back to Zadash.
  • Holiday: The Hazel Festival (10 Quen'pillar)
13 Quen'pillar The party returned to Zadash, fulfilling their contract with the Gentleman.
14–26 Quen'pillar The party ran various errands and hijinks around Zadash.
  • Holiday: Civilization's Dawn (22 Quen'pillar)
27 Quen'pillar to 1 Cuersaar 835 PD The Nein departed Zadash for the Menagerie Coast. These two days of travel were uneventful.
2 Cuersaar The party arrived in Alfield, where they were lauded as heroes.
3 Cuersaar The party marched onward. Caduceus found a treasure on the side of the road.
4 Cuersaar The party arrived in Trostenwald and paid for Gustav Fletching’s release.
5 Cuersaar The party picked up supplies in Trostenwald before continuing on.
6–7 Cuersaar Uneventful days of travel.
8 Cuersaar The party passed the Wuyun Gates out of the Dwendalian Empire, and fought off giantkin.
9 Cuersaar The party purchased new animal companions: Sprinkle (red weasel), Nugget (blink dog), and Professor Thaddeus (owl).
10–11 Cuersaar Uneventful days of travel.
12 Cuersaar The party arrived in Nicodranas, played in the ocean, and met Marion Lavorre, Jester’s mother.
13 Cuersaar The party investigated Tidepeak tower, the Wayfarer's Cove where they met a tortle named Orly Skiffback, and the underwater tunnels known as the Sluice Weave. They rescued Khedive Xundi, a genie.
14 Cuersaar The party interrupted a late-night shady deal, hijacked a ship, fled out to sea from the alerted Zhelezo, returned to Nicodranas to hire a crew, and set sail for the Swavain Islands.
15 Cuersaar The party's ship, renamed The Mistake, passed by a swarm of jellyfish, but the day was otherwise uneventful.
16 Cuersaar
"O Captain, Who's Captain?" (2x36) at 2:30:57
The party fought off a cluster of harpies in the night.
17 Cuersaar
"O Captain, Who's Captain?" (2x36) at 3:24:13
The party navigated the Inkclaw Reef, arrived at Urukayxl, met Captain Avantika, and learned of Uk'otoa.
18 Cuersaar The party explored the island of Urukayxl and the Temple of the False Serpent.
19–25 Cuersaar As the Squalleater and the Mistake sailed toward Darktow Isle, the party learned various jobs on the ships.
26 Cuersaar The party engaged in polite piracy.
27 Cuersaar to 2 Duscar 835 PD The ships continued to Darktow.
3 Duscar The party arrived in Darktow to repair the Mistake, get supplies, and meet the Plank King.
4 Duscar After running a heist on the Squall-Eater, the party and the crew of the Squall-Eater faced ramifications in the morning. The Nein, banished from Darktow, set sail in the damaged Squall-Eater.
5–9 Duscar The Squalleater set course for the wreck of Vandran's ship, the Tide's Breath.
  • Holiday: Embertide (5 Duscar)
10–12 Duscar The party searched for the wreck site.
13 Duscar The party dove to the wreckage of the Tide’s Breath and explored the Diver's Grave.
14 Duscar The party discovered a stowaway, Twiggy, on the ship, who introduced them to a fancy magical ball with a powerful secret.
15–19 Duscar While the party (sans Yasha) inadvertently explored an extra-planar dungeon with Twiggy, the ship’s crew took the renamed Squall-Eater, the Ball-Eater, to Bisaft Isle to be repaired.
20 Duscar The party returned to the Material Plane, paying for the repairs and parting ways with their gnomish friend, who left the Happy Fun Ball, or Heirloom Sphere, in their possession.
21 Duscar The party explored Bisaft Isle before setting out in search of the second temple of Uk’otoa.
22 Duscar The party explored a guarded underwater temple surrounded by the three islands of the Gravid Archipelago, opened the second seal containing Uk'otoa, and wrecked an attacking pirate ship.
23–26 Duscar The Ball-Eater sailed for the Menagerie Coast.
27 Duscar The party arrived in Nicodranas, spending the day visiting Marion and shopping. They attempted to schedule an appointment at the Tidepeak tower in the morning.
28 Duscar The party allied themselves with Yussa Errenis, the mage in Tidepeak, and were given access to a teleportation circle within the tower. Jester spent the rest of the day with her mother.
29 Duscar The party said goodbye to Marion and began their trip to Felderwin.
30 Duscar 835 PD to 1 Horisal 836 PD The party traveled to the Wuyun Gates and passed through without incident.
  • Holiday: New Dawn (1 Horisal)
2–5 Horisal The party traveled to Trostenwald.
6–7 Horisal The party made a quick stop in Alfield and said hello to Bryce Feelid.
8–10 Horisal The party traveled toward Felderwin.
11 Horisal The party arrived in Felderwin, discovered Yeza Brenatto's burned alchemist shop, and learned about Nott’s history.
12 Horisal The party determined that Yeza was alive, dug through the Kryn’s tunnel, and began their journey to Ghor Dranas.
13 Horisal An uneventful day of travel through the tunnels.
14 Horisal The party fought off ropers and claimed a chamber for the Traveler.
15 Horisal The party encountered a kobold colony (including Spurt) and attempted to slip past a fire giant outpost.
16 Horisal The party exited the caves, met an Empire scouting party, fought off a Kryn ambush, and made the acquaintance of Gluzzo, a surviving bugbear, on the way toward Asarius, the City of Beasts.
17 Horisal The party arrived in the City of Beasts, completed a contract to obtain Moorbounders (rideable creatures), and made the acquaintance of some of the city’s leaders.
18 Horisal The party visited the city’s central marketplace, completed their moorbounder training, participated in a tavern brawl, and met up with Dairon.
19 Horisal The party investigated demonic activity centered around the city’s wells, disrupting the corruption of a sleeping bugbear as well as the construction of a permanent gate from the Abyss. After sleeping for most of the day, the party were teleported to Rosohna to meet the Bright Queen, where they returned the Luxon Beacon and received their reward for their deeds.
20 Horisal
"In Love and War" (2x57) at 3:37:37
The party shopped around the city and accepted a job from Professor Tuss Waccoh.
21 Horisal The party set out to the Vermaloc Wildwood, passing through the Ghostlands.
22 Horisal The party arrived at the Deepriver Mining Camp to deal with their giant infestation.
23 Horisal The party accompanied the giants' Landspeaker to rid their home of their demon infestation.
24 Horisal The party played the foreman’s shame to his employees and rode back to Rosohna.
25 Horisal Fjord received a revelation about his abilities from his patron. The party reported their deeds at the Icozrin Steelworks to Professor Waccoh, and were given their own manor in Rosohna, The Xhorhaus, courtesy of Den Thelyss.
26 Horisal to 5 Misuthar 836 PD The party settled into and decorated their new home, met the neighbors, stocked up on supplies, and discussed their future in Xhorhas. Caleb learned new spells, courtesy of Essek Thelyss.
  • Holiday: Hillsgold (27 Horisal)
6 Misuthar The party failed to scry on the person responsible for placing the demonic anchors, before casing the Overcrow Apothecary.
7 Misuthar Jester scried on the person they nicknamed "Blondie", accidentally also scrying on an Empire war meeting. The party reported their findings at the Lucid Bastion.
  • Holiday: Day of Challenging
8 Misuthar The party lay in wait at the Overcrow, pouncing on a meeting that led to hints of Yasha’s history. The party left the city, chasing after Obann, the individual who escaped.
9 Misuthar The party crossed the Barbed Fields, engaging in combat with Sorrowsworn.
10 Misuthar The party continued, finding a horizonback tortoise shell and fighting off Gloomstalkers.
11 Misuthar The party investigated the Arbor Exemplar, escaped a roc, rode through an orc marauder camp, and arrived in the settlement of Bazzoxan.
12 Misuthar The party investigated a lost tomb outside of Bazzoxan in search of Obann, resting after exploring the first half.
13 Misuthar The party crossed a gibbering chasm, fought doppelgangers of themselves, confronted Obann, and left the tombs without Yasha after she was mind-controlled by Obann.
14 Misuthar The party warned the Bright Queen about the Laughing Hand via Sending, and spent the day in Bazzoxan.
15 Misuthar The party teleported to Rosohna, gained an audience with the Bright Queen regarding the warfront and the Laughing Hand, visited an imprisoned Scourger, and prepared to leave for Nicodranas.
16 Misuthar Dairon visited the Xhorhaus before the party teleported to Nicodranas, where Yeza, Luc, and Veth were reunited.
17 Misuthar The party returned to Rosohna before Essek teleported them to Kravaraad Volcano.
18 Misuthar Fjord repudiated his patron, Uk'otoa, throwing the Sword of Fathoms into the lava of Kravaraad. The party supported him before making their way toward the nearby town of Uthodurn, encountering hostile wildlife on the way.
19 Misuthar After another day of travel through the Flotket Alps, the party arrived at the underground city of Uthodurn.
20 Misuthar The party spoke to Umagorn Smeltborne, a blacksmith in Uthodurn, about the materials required to reforge the sword, and joined forces with Reani, a local hero.
21 Misuthar The Nein returned to Rosohna so that Essek Thelyss could teleport them to Mythburrow, home of Gelidon, the Nightmare in Ivory. They kicked things off by dispatching some yetis.
22 Misuthar The party pulled off a dragon heist in Mythburrow before teleporting back to Uthodurn.
23 Misuthar The party pulled off a smuggler heist in Uthodurn, traded the stolen goods for refined residuum, and left with Umagorn toward Kravaraad through the mountains.
24 Misuthar The party traveled through the mountains, arriving at Kravaraad in the evening.
25 Misuthar Dwueth'var the Star Razor, was reforged. Fjord began a new path. The party returned to Rosohna, interrogated the Scourger, received a mission from Essek, confided in Dairon, and planned to return to the Empire.
26 Misuthar The party teleported to Nicodranas, beginning a long trek across the continent.
27–29 Misuthar The party rode from Nicodranas to the Wuyun Gorge.
1 Dualahei 836 PD The party used charm to gain entrance into the Empire.
2–3 Dualahei The party continued to Trostenwald.
3–4 Dualahei The party continued to Alfield.
5–7 Dualahei The party continued to Zadash.
8 Dualahei The party checked in with the Cobalt Soul in Zadash… and Rexxentrum and Port Damali. They returned to Rosohna, convinced Essek to teleport them to the Lotusden Greenwood, and attempted unsuccessfully to stop Obann from getting another artifact.
9 Dualahei The party returned to Rosohna to lick their wounds, then teleported to Nicodranas where they learned Yussa Errenis needed their help. They obtained the aid of Allura Vysoren, an archmage from the foreign land of Tal'Dorei.
10–11 Dualahei The party traversed the Heirloom Sphere. Over the first three hours (taking days on the Material Plane), they traveled through the Garden to the Tower.
13–20 Dualahei The party evaded a golem, and took shelter in the Arcane Armory for a long rest. They were told by Allura that "four days ago" there had been an attack on Hupperdook by Kryn forces.[385]
  • Holidays: Renewal Festival (13 Dualahei), Wild's Grandeur (20 Dualahei)
21–24 Dualahei The party took time to build WilliLittle Willi]], a servant golem, before entering the Experiment Chamber.
25 Dualahei The party fought off one of Halas’s experiments before entering the Heart Study.
26 Dualahei The party combatted the Permaheart, then checked in with Allura.
27 Dualahei Caleb took time to repair Willi as the Nein plotted their next move.
28 Dualahei to 5 Thunsheer 836 PD The party took a long rest in the safety of the Golem Workshop.
6 Thunsheer The party asked their deities for guidance to find Yussa before exploring the Dreadnought.
7 Thunsheer The party met Halas Lutagran and escaped the donjon with his guidance.
8–9 Thunsheer The party made their way to the Prison of Soot to free Yussa, stopping to rest after Nott was killed by a trapped chest in the prison. The party freed Yussa and escaped to relative safety.
10 Thunsheer
"Dark Bargains" (2x83) at 3:50:22
Yussa returned to Nicodranas as the party harvested parts from Thelashas, the young blue dragon they had killed when previously inside the Happy Fun Ball with Twiggy.
11 Thunsheer
"Dark Bargains" (2x83) at 3:54:39
The party returned to Nicodranas. Through a ritual, Allura revealed the true form of the Angel of Irons, and the Nein reconnected with Orly Skiffback.
  • Around this date, a group of people resurrected Mollymauk Tealeaf's body.[386]
  • Holiday: Harvest's Rise
12 Thunsheer
"Titles and Tattoos" (2x84) at 1:43:07
The party teleported to Zadash to meet with Dairon, Oremid Hass, and Pumat Sol. After fending off an assassin, the party met The Gentleman at the Evening Nip, who admitted to Jester that he was her father.
13 Thunsheer
"The Threads Converge" (2x85) at 3:14:56
The party teleported to Rexxentrum to cut off the next step in the plan of the Angel of Irons Cult. After killing Obann and The Laughing Hand and freeing Yasha and Jourrael, they met with the leaders of the Empire to discuss the next steps.
14 Thunsheer
"Unwanted Reunions" (2x88) at 1:26:52
The party discussed diplomatic strategies with Martinet Ludinus Da'leth, met Master Trent Ikithon at the Vergesson Sanatorium, and returned to Rexxentrum to shop in preparation.
15 Thunsheer A day of downtime included whistles, books, signing up for fights, and meeting old colleagues.

Note: This seems to be an error in the CritRoleStats day tracker. After the Ludinus and Trent conversations and the shopping, there's no evidence of an overnight rest before they gather at "Lingering Wounds" (2x89) at 12:52 and get to reading and practicing the bone flute.

16 Thunsheer
"Lingering Wounds" (2x89) at 2:28:09
Another day of downtime and research, concluded at an underground fighting arena.
17 Thunsheer
"Bathhouses and Bastions" (2x90) at 13:15
Another day of research. Nott went shopping. Fjord went to the spa.
18 Thunsheer
"Bathhouses and Bastions" (2x90) at 1:21:32
The party collected commissions, went to the spa together, and teleported to Xhorhas in bathrobes to meet with Essek and the Bright Queen. The party hosted dinner, with Essek as guest.
19 Thunsheer
"Stone to Clay" (2x91) at 2:27:41
The Nein tended to various errands around Rosohna before Caleb, Nott, and Essek attempted Widogast's Transmogrification for the first time. They teleported to Zadash to conduct research and spent the night at the Evening Nip.
20 Thunsheer
"Home is Where the Heart Is" (2x92) at 2:08:18
The party rode off to Kamordah, meeting some familiar faces at the end of the first day.
21 Thunsheer
"Home is Where the Heart Is" (2x92) at 2:51:42
Second day of travel to Kamordah was uneventful.
22 Thunsheer
"Home is Where the Heart Is" (2x92) at 3:04:53
The party arrived at Lionett Manor and met Beau's family.
23 Thunsheer
"Misery Loves Company" (2x93) at 34:44
The party trekked through the Cyrios Mountains to make a deal with Isharnai, the Prism Sage, fighting off the cursed undead denizens that haunt the surrounding swamps before bed.
24 Thunsheer
"With Great Power..." (2x94) at 2:34:59
The party returned to Xhorhas, teleported to Whitedawn Lagoon with Essek’s aid, to pursue Caduceus’s destiny. The Traveler revealed his true identity to Jester.
25 Thunsheer
"Blessing in Disguise" (2x95) at 29:20
The Traveler introduced himself to the rest of the Nein before the party trekked through the Whitedawn Lagoon to the Court of Beasts. Caduceus reunited with his family and freed the Stone Family.
26 Thunsheer
"Family Shatters" (2x96) at 3:24:44
The Clays readied to return to the Blooming Grove as the Nein teleported them to Uthodurn. The Nein teleported to Nicodranas to prepare themselves for the upcoming journey. Nott the Brave transformed back into Veth Brenatto.
27 Thunsheer The party prepared for the pre-negotiation celebrations at the home of the Marquis.

Note: This seems to be an error in the CritRoleStats day tracker. The party prepared for the celebration on the same evening that the Nein teleported to Nicodranas. They were invited to the party scheduled for the following night.

28 Thunsheer
"The Fancy and the Fooled" (2x97) at 2:43:42
The party attended the gathering, and found Essek Thelyss, pulling him away for a chat on the Ball-Eater.
29–30 Thunsheer
"Dark Waters" (2x98) at 53:58
The Nein spent two days in Nicodranas preparing for their voyage.
31 Thunsheer
"Dark Waters" (2x98) at 1:19:41
The armada set sail for the peace talks.
  • Holiday: Merryfrond's Day
1–2 Unndilar 836 PD
"Dark Waters" (2x98) at 2:14:58
The second and third days of sea travel were peaceful.
3 Unndilar
"Dark Waters" (2x98) at 2:18:04
Storms rolled in at the end of the fourth day.
4 Unndilar
"Dark Waters" (2x98) at 2:50:23
The Ball-Eater was assaulted by deep sea denizens wielding familiar falchions in the wee hours of the morning.
5 Unndilar
"High Seas, High Stakes" (2x99) at 1:09:52
The sixth day was uneventful.
6 Unndilar
"High Seas, High Stakes" (2x99) at 1:47:40
Caleb and Beau inspected the beacon that was to be used in the negotiations and met with Vess DeRogna, who offered them possible employment after the negotiations.
7 Unndilar
"High Seas, High Stakes" (2x99) at 2:55:35
Jester sent Isharnai some cupcakes. The eighth day was otherwise uneventful.
8 Unndilar
"High Seas, High Stakes" (2x99) at 2:56:02
The ninth day was uneventful.
  • Holiday: Deep Solace
9 Unndilar
"High Seas, High Stakes" (2x99) at 2:56:08
The first day of negotiations took place.
10 Unndilar
"High Seas, High Stakes" (2x99) at 3:22:59
The second day of negotiations ended peacefully. The War of Ash and Light was declared over.
11–12 Unndilar
"High Seas, High Stakes" (2x99) at 3:41:54
The Nein sailed southward toward Rumblecusp. These two days were uneventful.
13 Unndilar
"High Seas, High Stakes" (2x99) at 3:42:24
The Nein encountered a dragon turtle.
14–16 Unndilar
"Hunted at Sea" (2x100) at 1:24:03, "Hunted at Sea" (2x100) at 1:25:11, "Hunted at Sea" (2x100) at 1:27:04
The Nein continued to sail toward Rumblecusp, making a detour to evade aforementioned dragon turtle.
17 Unndilar
"Hunted at Sea" (2x100) at 1:52:15
The Ball-Eater arrived at Rumblecusp. The Nein discovered a village already existed on the island.
18 Unndilar
"Mysteries, Memories, and Music" (2x101) at 2:25:52
The Nein ventured to Vokodo with the guidance of the Vo’s spiritual leader.
19 Unndilar
"Maritime Mysteries" (2x103) at 1:49:47
The Nein explored the part of the island around Heaven Falls and The Ruins.
20 Unndilar
"Rumble at Rumblecusp" (2x105) at 1:43:12
The Nein confronted Vokodo, saw a vision of "Eyes of Nine" during Vokodo's death throes, and helped the Vo come to terms with their predicament.
21 Unndilar
"Devoutness and Dicks" (2x107) at 11:29
The Nein began preparations for TravelerCon as the first group of former villagers left.
22 Unndilar
"Devoutness and Dicks" (2x107) at 1:19:56
Preparations continued for TravelerCon. Caduceus sought the Wildmother’s guidance.
23 Unndilar
"Devoutness and Dicks" (2x107) at 1:30:20
The Nein hunted for Tyrannosaurus Rex meat to feed the many TravelerCon arrivals.
24 Unndilar
"Devoutness and Dicks" (2x107) at 3:05:53
More travelers arrived for the con. The Nein continued preparations, including libations.
25 Unndilar
"Devoutness and Dicks" (2x107) at 3:27:46
Pre-con celebrations were had and final preparations were made on the eve of TravelerCon. Vilya returned to Zephrah and reunited with Keyleth.
26 Unndilar
"Traveler Con" (2x108) at 1:16:52
TravelerCon: With great spectacle, the Traveler successfully unloaded many followers on Sehanine, and learned a lesson along the way. The Nein discussed ways of moving forward together.
  • Holiday: The Zenith
27 Unndilar
"Traveler Con" (2x108) at 3:41:55
Yasha got an emerald tattoo from Orly. The Nein teleported to Nicodranas via Tidepeak and asked Yussa about the "Eyes of Nine." They then went shopping around Nicodranas.
28 Unndilar
"Frigid Propositions" (2x109) at 1:19:28
The party (minus Veth) teleported to the Rexxentrum Archive of the Cobalt Soul and asked Yudala Fon for help researching the Eyes of Nine, shopped at Thaydeen's Endless Emporium of Enchanted Eccentricities, and went dancing. Vess DeRogna asked for help investigating the ruins of Aeor, to which they agreed. Caleb received an invitation to dinner with Trent Ikithon, Astrid, and Eadwulf the following evening. The Nein teleported back to Nicodranas for dinner with the Brenattos.
1 Brussendar
"Dinner with the Devil" (2x110) at 1:20:02
The full party returned to Rexxentrum, shopped for heavy winter clothes, and dined with Trent Ikithon, Astrid, and Eadwulf. Questions about Eyes of Nine led to speculation about the Nonagon and Cree. They spent the night in Widogast's Nascent Nein-Sided Tower.
2 Brussendar
"New Homes and Old Friends" (2x111) at 1:11:45
The party teleported to Zadash, where Beau led a research effort that looked into the Tombtakers while the other half of the party returned to Pumat's. They asked some questions of the Gentleman, then teleported to Mollymauk's gravesite. Through Scrying, they discovered he was alive again, and trudging through the snow, presumably with Cree. The party teleported to Vess DeRogna's tower to ask about the Tombtakers, then returned to Zadash for the night.
3 Brussendar
"The Chase Begins" (2x112) at 1:44:39
Vess and the Mighty Nein teleported to Palebank Village, and began sailing to Balenpost. The crew happened upon a shipwreck and made a salvage effort.
4 Brussendar
"The Chase Begins" (2x112) at 3:41:31
Sea smoke, or heavy fog, slowed the ship's progression.
5 Brussendar
"The Chase Begins" (2x112) at 3:46:23
Fair sailing.
6 Brussendar
"The Chase Begins" (2x112) at 3:47:03
Another ice channel slowed the ship's progress by a day.
7 Brussendar
"The Chase Begins" (2x112) at 3:47:46
A heavy arctic storm slowed the ship's progression, and the ship was attacked by chuuls, a deep scion, and an undead Avantika.

Miscellaneous Dates and Times[edit | edit source]

  • Kashaw and Vesh consummated their marriage on his fifteenth "name-day" (the same as a birthday?). Kashaw also tried to kill her at that time.[387]
  • As ancient dragons, Thordak, Vorugal, Umbrasyl, and Raishan were all over 800 years old.
    • Thordak was not yet ancient when he attacked Ank'Harel.
    • Brimscythe was between the ages of "young" and "adult", meaning he was less than 100 years old.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. See "The Fate-Touched" (1x103) from 2:41:45 through 2:43:51.
  2. See "Into the Frostweald" (1x48) at 3:10:48.
  3. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 12.  "Only one year has passed since Vox Machina slew the Chroma Conclave".
  4. See Mercer's tweet on January 8, 2018.
  5. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 303.  See also pp. 20, 138, 148, and 168
  6. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 46.
  7. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) at 00:12.
  8. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 34.  See also pp. 38, 44, 50, 54, and 125. Especially note that on p. 44, the Myriad had been encroaching on Stilben for five years, which was years before the Chroma Conclave attacked.
  9. See "Unwanted Reunions" (2x88) at 4:07:55.
  10. Percy said it was four or five years ago.  See "The Feast" (1x24) at 23:36.
  11. Matt narrates that the Briarwoods have ruled Whitestone for five years.  See "Race to the Ziggurat" (1x34) at 08:24.
  12. 12.0 12.1 Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 32.  This, strangely, says the Briarwoods' reign lasted six years. See also pp. 48 and 50.
  13. See "The Folding Halls" (2x80) at 1:18:50.
  14. See "Desperate Measures" (1x40) at 2:36:36.  Allura says reports of a massive red dragon reached Tal'Dorei "about 15 years" before this episode, which took place just after the Chroma Conclave attacked Emon.
  15. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, pp. 11–12.  Thordak was sealed for 16 years before the Chroma Conclave attacked Emon.
  16. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) at 14:29.
  17. See "One Year Later..." (1x95) at 2:25:05.  Matt says they returned to Whitestone just in time to complete their one-year break, which started on 1 Dualahei 811 PD, but in "The Fate-Touched" (1x103) they returned from the Feywild on 12 Misuthar 812 PD, which would be 19 days before 1 Dualahei.
  18. DDB.png Teleportation Circle on D&D Beyond
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 11.
  20. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, pp. 11–12.
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 21.4 21.5 21.6 Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 12.
  22. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 19.  See also p. 51.
  23. A little over 800 years after the Divergence, Vasselheim "is believed to be tens of thousands of years old."  See "Enter Vasselheim" (1x16) at 45:10.
  24. 24.0 24.1 Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 123.
  25. The caves predate the Age of Arcanum, and the veins of azuremite were formed from "millennia" of exposure to the aberrations' psychic energies before the final battle of the Calamity.  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 86.
  26. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 7.
  27. Guuthal terrorized the world "during the Age of Arcanum in its first millennium," said in a way that implies multiple millennia.  See "Curious Tides" (1x89) at 3:12:45.
  28. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 71.  "Thousands of years old" may imply something earlier than what was described as "early Age of Arcanum." The Crypts of Thomara (see below) are "early Age of Arcanum" and alternately described as "thousands of years" old or "well over 1500 years, if not longer."
  29. Guuthal terrorized the world "during the Age of Arcanum in its first millennium," said in a way that implies multiple millennia.  See "Curious Tides" (1x89) at 3:12:45.
  30. See "The Ominous March" (1x109) at 1:40:48.  Matt says the society collapsed "thousands of years ago," which would imply at least 1200 years before the Divergence, but the answer in the next episode implies a shorter time.
  31. Answering in 812 PD how long ago the Crypts were built, "Early Age of Arcanum, so best estimate from what you knew [...] well over 1,500 years, if not longer."  See "The Climb Within" (1x110) at 19:58.
  32. See "The Ominous March" (1x109) at 2:25:42.  See also 3:09:52 for narration that it was a "Primordial earth titan."
  33. See "The Ominous March" (1x109) at 1:40:48.
  34. In Quen’pillar 835 PD, Caleb read about sages who experimented with reversing the flow of time, and those who were not killed in the process existed "close to 1500 years ago."  See "Commerce & Chaos" (2x31) from 1:38:40 through 1:40:18.
  35. See "The Endless Atheneeum" (1x106) from 1:17:39 through 1:18:44.
  36. 36.0 36.1 Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 17.
  37. See "Duskmeadow" (1x57) at 57:07.
  38. The empyrean had been there for "well over a millennia" [sic] as of 812 PD.  See from Sx42 through 4:37:08.
  39. See "Causatum" (2x70) at 3:31:06.
  40. In 836 PD, Eremis Stone said this happened "a millennia [sic] ago."  See "Family Shatters" (2x96) at 2:35:29.
  41. The Chronicles of Exandria - The Mighty Nein, p. 152
  42. The Explorer's Guide to Wildemount says in a sidebar that Vecna's physical form was destroyed during the Age of Arcanum.  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 57.
  43. The lich Vecna misused the Verstglade for terrible experiments for "countless years" during the Age of Arcanum.  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 147.
  44. In 810 PD, Gilmore recalled that Vecna attempted to ascend to godhood "600 years ago," which was hundreds of years after the Age of Arcanum.  See "Echoes of the Past" (1x38) at 0:49:24.
  45. See "The Endless Atheneeum" (1x106) from 1:18:44 through 1:22:10.
  46. Pike recalled that only a few returned.  See "Denouement" (1x35) at 0:54:58.
  47. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, pp. 38–39.
  48. 48.0 48.1 48.2 Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 57.
  49. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 41.
  50. 50.0 50.1 Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 28.
  51. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 26.
  52. See "A Storm of Memories" (2x46) at 1:12:00.
  53. See "Dinner with the Devil" (2x110) at 3:52:14.  Zemniaz was the name of the city; Zeidel was the name of the society.
  54. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 97.
  55. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, pp. 63–64.
  56. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 142.
  57. This happened "during the Age of Arcanum."  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 99.  It must have happened after Vespin Chloras released the Betrayer Gods from their prisons.
  58. See "Between the Lines" (2x78) at 3:21:22.  It's hard to say for certain whether this took place before the Calamity, given Halas Lutagran's ability to manipulate time, but he discovered the Permaheart Chamber floating in the Astral Sea, studied it while the gods warred with each other, and learned the heart's provenance from "his tomes," suggesting it probably happened some considerable time before this human discovered it.
  59. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 6.
  60. In Horisal 836, Leylas Kryn said she had lived 1200 years, naturally including the Calamity.  See "In Love and War" (2x57) at 36:29.
  61. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 30.  This happened "a dozen generations ago" as of 812 PD.
  62. In 810 PD, Keyleth says this happened "about 900 years ago or so, roughly a thousand years ago."  See "Aramente to Pyrah" (1x22) at 1:17:27.
  63. As of 835 PD, this happened "a millennium ago."  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 32.
  64. As of 835 PD, "a millennium ago."  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 40.
  65. See "Lingering Wounds" (2x89) at 41:02.
  66. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 5.  The Calamity is described as "a terrible war that wiped out most of civilization more than a thousand years ago" (as of 812 PD).
  67. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 11.  The Calamity is described as "a terrible war that wiped out most of civilization nearly a thousand years ago" (as of 835 PD).
  68. 68.0 68.1 Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 122.
  69. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 23.
  70. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 159.
  71. As of 812 PD, the kingdom was said to have crumbled "nearly a millennia" [sic] ago in the Calamity.  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 65.
  72. As of 835 PD, "nearly a millennium" ago.  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 70.
  73. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 28.  This must have happened after Torog created the Pallid Grove.
  74. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 15.
  75. 75.0 75.1 Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 20.
  76. This must have happened after Sarenrae defeated Torog.
  77. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 31.  This presumably happened before Avandra defeated Asmodeus.
  78. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 20.  This must have happened after Asmodeus betrayed Sarenrae.
  79. The fire lasted nearly a century before burning out, at which point the survival of the Veluthil Forest is described in the section on "Wildemount After the Calamity."  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 18.
  80. See "The Beat of the Permaheart" (2x82) from 1:28:56 through 1:32:07.
  81. See "A Storm of Memories" (2x46) at 1:12:02.  One of the books in Halas's library was a transcript of a public debate in Zeidel, a society that was wiped out during the Calamity.
  82. See "Dark Bargains" (2x83) at 1:12:02.  Halas introduces himself as the Heusta-mage of Zeidel.
  83. See "The Stowaway" (2x45) at 2:27:26.  Beau and Fjord note that the layout of the planes in Halas's library does not show the Divine Gate.
  84. Halas went missing "before the creation of the Divine Gate in the Age of Arcanum," per the Cobalt Soul. See The Chronicles of Exandria - The Mighty Nein, p. 238.
  85. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 149.
  86. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 14.
  87. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, pp. 125–126.
  88. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 126.  This is contradicted by the Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 28, which says orcs didn't walk on Exandria until after the Calamity. See also p. 122, which suggests the creation myth may or may not be entirely accurate.
  89. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 177.
  90. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 122.  See also p. 56.
  91. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 162.
  92. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 33.
  93. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 67.
  94. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 176.
  95. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 48.
  96. 96.0 96.1 Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 51.
  97. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 64.
  98. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, pp. 176–177.
  99. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 23.
  100. See "Talks Machina: Campaign Wrap-up" (Sx31) at 32:35.
  101. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 19.
  102. See "The Beat of the Permaheart" (2x82) from 1:29:07 through 1:32:07.
  103. Halas introduced himself as "Heusta-mage of Zeidel," suggesting he was unaware that the society no longer existed.  See "Dark Bargains" (2x83) at 32:31.
  104. See "A Storm of Memories" (2x46) at 1:12:00.
  105. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 20.
  106. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 121.
  107. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 31.
  108. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 21.  See also p. 76.
  109. See "A Dangerous Chase" (2x64) at 41:00.
  110. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 82.
  111. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 136.
  112. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 17.
  113. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 86.
  114. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 32.
  115. See "Between the Lines" (2x78) at 3:01:58.
  116. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 177.  This is contradicted by the Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 28, which says orcs didn't walk on Exandria until after the Calamity.
  117. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 19.
  118. See "Talks Machina: Campaign Wrap-up" (Sx31) at 32:35.
  119. The Chronicles of Exandria - The Mighty Nein, p. 152. It was "reputed to have been built just post-Calamity."
  120. "Since the end of the Calamity."  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 24.
  121. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 80.  They "shifted here following the Calamity."
  122. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 98.
  123. 123.0 123.1 Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 8.
  124. "Not more than 800 years ago," in a book set in 812 PD.  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 8.  See also p. 65.
  125. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 39.
  126. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 119.  As of 835 PD, founded "nearly eight hundred years ago."
  127. "Uthodurn was first founded [...] shortly after the Calamity. This place, you do know, however, has existed probably for between 600 to 800 years" as of 836 PD.  See "Uthodurn" (2x73) at 2:57:28.
  128. The fire lasted "nearly a century" before burning out, but the smoke filled the sky for "over a hundred years" and the survival of the Veluthil Forest is described in the section on "Wildemount After the Calamity."  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 18.
  129. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 84.
  130. In 836 PD, Caduceus cast Legend Lore on a beacon; it was uncovered "probably 700 years ago."  See "A Tangled Web" (2x77) from 2:20:01 through 2:24:02.
  131. In 810 PD, Gilmore recalled that Vecna attempted to ascend to godhood "600 years ago."  See "Echoes of the Past" (1x38) at 0:49:24.
  132. The Explorer's Guide to Wildemount contradicts this date, saying in a sidebar that Vecna's physical form was destroyed during the Age of Arcanum, hundreds of years before this.  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 57.
  133. See "The Endless Atheneeum" (1x106) from 1:18:44 through 1:22:10.
  134. Pike recalled that only a few returned.  See "Denouement" (1x35) at 0:54:58.
  135. See "Desperate Measures" (1x40) at 2:36:36.  Centuries before attacking Ank'Harel.
  136. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 8.  Several centuries after Kraghammer was founded. "Several" means "more than two, fewer than many."
  137. Several centuries after Kraghammer was founded, but before the start of the Scattered War.  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 8.
  138. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, pp. 17–18.
  139. Centuries old; presumably formed after trade became important in the Menagerie Coast.  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 159.
  140. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 69.
  141. In 811 PD, "about four centuries back".  See "Duskmeadow" (1x57) at 3:06:25.
  142. See "A Name Is Earned" (1x49) from 4:46:03 through 4:46:22.
  143. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 66.  See also pp. 69–70.
  144. See "The Fear of Isolation" (1x105) at 30:05.  See also 52:53.
  145. See "Clay and Dust" (2x72) at 2:04:13.  In 836, Jeramess Dust stated Dulgrim was nearing his 4th century if not partially into it.
  146. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 14.  As of 835 PD, "around 400 years ago."
  147. Thordak was thought slain by Marquet's defenders nearly two centuries before his confrontation with Emon's forces in 794 or 795.  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 11.
  148. J'mon Sa Ord says that Thordak attacked Ank'Harel when the city was about 100 or 150 years old.  See "A Traveler's Gamble" (1x66) from 0:16:20 through 0:16:41.
  149. In 810 PD, the party recalls that Ank'Harel has existed and has always been run by J'mon Sa Ord for "about 400 years." It might be a bit of a stretch to call 365 years "about 400," but it's about as close as the preceding sources allow.  See "Echoes of the Past" (1x38) at 2:26:40.
  150. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 18.  This happened when Ank'Harel "had just named the mysterious J'mon Sa Ord as their new emperor."
  151. In 812 PD, Lieve'tel says she's 350 years old.  See "The Search for Grog" (Sx42) at 3:01:42.  She repeats the claim in "The Search For Bob" (Sx45) at 49:31.
  152. Wilhand was 345 years old when Vox Machina met him early on in their adventures. See "Wilhand Trickfoot" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  153. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 8.  This date is counting backward from the end of the Scattered War and the start of the Tal'Dorei dynasty. See also p. 39, which says Kraghammer's alliance with Drassig was "many centuries ago."
  154. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 94.
  155. The Golden Grin was established during the reign of "the tyrant Drassig"—probably Neminar ("willful tyranny") or Warren.  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 56.
  156. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, pp. 9–10.  This date is counting nine years after the start of the Scattered War, or 23 years before its end.
  157. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 10.  The text gives the impression that Neminar led the war effort for much of the remaining 23 years of the Scattered War, but doesn't explicitly say so, other than to say Trist led the effort for "the last years of fighting."
  158. Wilhand said he left the family when he was in his early 40s.  See "Family Matters" (1x96) at 59:11.
  159. In Pike's introductory narration, she says Wilhand left his family after having a dream, and he devoted his life to Sarenrae.  See "The Throne Room" (1x07) at 1:25.
  160. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 10.  Page 12 says that Tal'Dorei rule lasted "nearly three centuries" before the attack on Emon in late 810 PD ended it. Page 35 says it was "roughly three centuries ago."
  161. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 55.
  162. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 104.  See p. 15 for the location.
  163. "Not two years into Sovereign Zan's reign."  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 10.
  164. Errevon had conquered most of the continent in "a few years" and this rule stood for "several years." A few can be as small as two; several means "more than two, fewer than many."  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, pp. 10–11.
  165. Settled early in the Empire's expansion.  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 80.
  166. "Since the Empire started, almost three centuries," per Dent Bonswallow in 835 PD.  See "Labenda Awaits" (2x20) at 2:58:28.
  167. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 15.
  168. 168.0 168.1 168.2 Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 16.
  169. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, pp. 15–16.
  170. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 54.
  171. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 16.  "Not a quarter century after the Marrow War ended."
  172. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 18.  Despite the specific year given on p. 18, also see p. 115, which says "over" 250 years ago, and p. 119, which says Uthodurn welcomed elven refugees from the destroyed Molaesmyr "nearly three centuries ago."
  173. J'mon Sa Ord says that Thordak attacked Ank'Harel when the city was about 100 or 150 years old.  See "A Traveler's Gamble" (1x66) from 0:16:20 through 0:16:41.
  174. In 810 PD, the party recalled that Ank'Harel had existed for "about 400 years."  See "Echoes of the Past" (1x38) at 2:26:40.
  175. Thordak was thought slain nearly two centuries before his confrontation with Emon's forces in 794 or 795.  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 11.
  176. Matthew Mercer noted in the Critical Role subreddit that Thordak was not yet "ancient" during his attack on Ank'Harel.
  177. See "Curious Tides" (1x89) at 3:11:32.
  178. See "The Clasp" on the Vox Machina Wiki. 200-year-old guild.
  179. As of 810 PD, "nearly 200 years" ago.  See "Shopping and Shipping" (1x14) at 53:42.  See also 49:46 for a description of the magic.
  180. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 54.  "Over two centuries before" 812 PD.
  181. As of 812 PD, "nearly two hundred years ago."  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 48.
  182. See "Into the Greyspine Mines" (1x02) at 0:24:52.  In 810 PD, Nostoc Greyspine was in his mid-to-late 100s.
  183. Drez Vina was in his 180s when Vox Machina met him pre-stream in Westruun. See "Drez Vina" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  184. Grimthorne was 175 years old when Vox Machina met him in Westruun during their pre-stream adventures. See "Grimthorne" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  185. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 68.  As of 835 PD, "two centuries ago."
  186. In the final days of 835 PD, Yussa said he had "been a practitioner of the arcane arts in seclusion for over 200 years" but his seclusion might have started before he bought the land.  See "Homeward Bound" (2x48) at 2:04:06.
  187. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 128.  "Two centuries ago" as of 835 PD.
  188. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 87.  Alternately described as "two centuries" or "over two centuries" as of 835 PD.
  189. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 91.  As of 835, "nearly two centuries ago."
  190. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 102.  As of 835, "nearly two centuries ago."
  191. In 836 PD, Dairon says she's toward the end of her second century.  See "Family Gathering" (2x71) at 1:01:43.
  192. Fendril Vas was 162 years old when Vox Machina encountered him in one of their first adventures in Stilben. See "Fendril Vas" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  193. 193.0 193.1 193.2 193.3 See Matthew Mercer's tweet on April 8, 2016, after "Into the Frostweald" (1x48) set in early 811 PD, regarding the staff of Greyskull Keep.
  194. In 810 PD, "over a hundred years."  See "Into the Greyspine Mines" (1x02) at 1:00:19.
  195. As of 812 PD, a century after "over two centuries" ago.  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 54.
  196. Essek was just over 120 years old in 835 PD.  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 41.
  197. In 836 PD, Essek still said he's close to 120 years old.  See "Stone to Clay" (2x91) at 32:22.
  198. As of 812 PD, "ninety years ago."  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 76.
  199. Moordek Vart was 85 when Vox Machina met him in Stilben at the start of their adventures. See "Father Vart" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  200. Eskil Ryndarien was in his 70s when Vox Machina first met him in Westruun early in their adventures. See "Realmseer Eskil Ryndarien" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  201. See "Critical Trolls for Extra Life" (Sx02) at 30:00.  Edna talks about joining up with the Broker at 2:58:29.
  202. As of 812 PD, "within a decade" starting "ninety years ago."  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 76.
  203. Simar was 76 years old when Vox Machina met her shortly before the stream began. See "Simar, Keeper of the Temple" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  204. In 835, the Marquis was Olesya Lapidus.  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 72.
  205. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 62.  "Over a century ago," as of 835 PD.
  206. 206.0 206.1 Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 139.
  207. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 38.  As of 835 PD, "within the past century."
  208. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 141.  As of 835 PD, "nearly a century ago."
  209. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 102.  As of 835, "a century" after "nearly two centuries ago."
  210. Grimgolir was absorbed around the same time Bladegarden was incorporated into the Empire.  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 86.  See also p. 16, about King Alfwin Dwendal "establishing the stronghold of Bladegarden and assimilating Grimgolir into the Empire."
  211. This is seemingly contradicted by the statement that Bladegarden was incorporated into the empire "after the fall of the Julous Dominion, nearly three hundred years ago."  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 178.  See also p. 81, on which "When the Julous Dominion was defeated" is quickly followed by, "The empire reached out to the more approachable members of the orc settlement of Blade­garden."
  212. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, pp. 116–117.  As of 835, became a haven "in the most recent century" and was run by the Tribes "for nearly a century."
  213. Scanlan's letter to Pike, written just a few days into 811 PD), states that he's 69 years old.  See "Talks Machina: Campaign Wrap-up" (Sx31) at 1:43:37.
  214. At the end of the campaign, after Misuthar 812 PD, Sam said Scanlan was 70 years old, and he hoped to finish a book before turning 71.  See "The Chapter Closes" (1x115) at 3:49:23.
  215. According to Matthew Mercer's tweet on February 2, 2016, after "Desperate Measures" (1x40) set in late 810 PD, Victor was 65–70 years old.
  216. See "The Rematch" (1x23) at 1:28:25.  In 810 PD, Earthbreaker Groon was in his mid-to-late sixties.
  217. See "Into the Frostweald" (1x48) at 0:20:52.  In 811 PD, Master Quall was in his sixties.
  218. In 812 PD, he was "late fifties, early sixties."  See "The Search for Grog" (Sx42) at 54:13.
  219. Margrave Atrix was in his 50s when Vox Machina met him during their pre-stream adventures in Westruun. See "Margrave Atrix" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  220. In 810 PD, Kima was in her 50s. See "Lady Kima of Vord" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  221. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 110.
  222. 222.0 222.1 Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 45.
  223. See "In Love and War" (2x57) at 2:45:18.
  224. 224.0 224.1 224.2 224.3 224.4 224.5 Orion Acaba listed the ages of the Stormwind family in a tweet on January 13, 2016, after "A Musician's Nostalgia" (1x37), set in 810 PD.
  225. Ulf was 52 years old when Vox Machina first met him early in their adventures in Westruun. See "Ulf" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  226. See "The Family Business" (1x47) at 1:39:55.  On the first day of 811 PD, Reginald was in his late 40s/early 50s.
  227. Jekt Wince was in his 40s when Vox Machina met him in their pre-stream adventures in Westruun. See "Jeckt Wince" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  228. In 811 PD, Raishan says she was cursed a "half-century ago."  See "Trust" (1x70) at 0:14:30.
  229. See "Hope" (1x56) at 1:26:38.  In 811 PD, Kerrek was in his mid-to-late forties.
  230. See "A Traveler's Gamble" (1x66) at 4:01:05.  Mistress Asharru was in her mid-to-late forties when she was killed in 811 PD.
  231. See "Skyward" (1x15) at 1:11:59.  In 810 PD, Scalebearer Desona was in her 40s.
  232. In 811 PD, Abjurist Noja claimed to be 48.  See "In the Belly of the Beast" (1x54) at 1:20:16.  Earlier in the episode, at 52:06, he appears to be in his forties.
  233. See the character page for Abjurist Noja on the Vox Machina Wiki. His age was originally noted as 65, but Mercer edited it in 2018.
  234. See "The Feast" (1x24) at 1:34:40.  In 810 PD, Harold was in his mid-forties.
  235. See "Into the Frostweald" (1x48) at 0:34:24.  In early 811 PD, Cornelius was in his mid-forties.
  236. See "Curious Beginnings" (2x01) at 0:18:12.
  237. Elowen Brist of Westruun was 41 when Vox Machina met her in 809 PD, or perhaps after rescuing her child in early 810 PD. See "Elowen Brist" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  238. In 812 PD, Pike said she was in her early 40s.  See "Family Matters" (1x96) at 59:11.
  239. In 812 PD, Pike said that she didn't remember when she was born but thought she was in her 30s, maybe.  See "The Mines of the Many" (1x98) at 48:20.
  240. Quian was in her 30s when Vox Machina met her early in their adventures in Westruun. See "Quian" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  241. According to Matthew Mercer's tweet on August 27, 2016, after "The Streets of Ank'Harel" (1x65) set in 811 PD, Gilmore was in his late 30s.
  242. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 115.
  243. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 74.  This was "nearly 60 years ago" as of 835 PD.
  244. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 3:35:43.  In 811 PD, Captain Adella looked to be in her late 20s/early 30s.
  245. See "Whispers" (1x29) at 2:10:26.  In late 810 PD, Vax'ildan said he was 27 years old.
  246. See "A Bard's Lament" (1x85).  In early 811 PD, Taryon said he was 28, and Vax said they were the same age.
  247. See "Daring Days" (1x86).  In 811 PD, Taryon said he was 28 years old.
  248. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 87.
  249. Taliesin Jaffe clarified that Percy was in his early/mid-20s in a tweet on August 27, 2016, after "The Streets of Ank'Harel" (1x65), set in 811 PD.
  250. See "Consequences and Cows" (1x26) at 2:09:10.  In 810 PD, Jarett was in his early 20s. Considering the reason he left Marquet in 801 or 802 PD, it is likely he was born on the early end of this range.
  251. The Chronicles of Exandria artbook notes that Keyleth left Zephrah on the dawn of her twentieth birthday.[citation needed]
  252. Keyleth hiked directly from Zephrah to Stilben, where she met most of the party.  See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 4:29.
  253. The party's adventures from Stilben to Winter's Crest in 809 PD seem to take only months.  See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 00:12 through 6:13.
  254. Matt estimates that, as of "Clash at Daxio" (1x77) in 811 PD, Vax and Keyleth have been traveling together for a little over two years, maybe pushing two-and-a-half.  See "Talks Machina #4: 'Clash at Daxio'" (TMx04) at 1:04:58.
  255. See "The Rematch" (1x23) at 2:42:10.  In 810 PD, Kynan was in his late teens, probably 19 or 20.
  256. See "Trust" (1x70) at 0:13:58.
  257. See "What Lies Beneath the Surface" (1x81) at 2:50:08.  In 811 PD, Cassandra was in her late teens or early 20s.
  258. See "Stoke the Flames" (1x30) at 2:02:15.  In 810 PD, Jordana was in her late teens.
  259. See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 0:11:29.  Vax'ildan and Vex'ahlia were sent to Syngorn at the age of 10.
  260. This was two years before Emon's forces, and Allura's allies, confronted Thordak.  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 11.
  261. Korshad had been a figure there for "over forty years" as of 835 PD.  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 46.
  262. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 53.  Turray had held those positions for "over forty years" as of 835 PD.
  263. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 48.
  264. See "Enter Vasselheim" (1x16) at 0:26:53.  Keyleth said she was 5 or 6 years old when her mother left.
  265. In late 810 PD, Allura said this was 15 years ago.  See "Desperate Measures" (1x40) at 2:36:36.
  266. This says Thordak was sealed for 16 years before the Chroma Conclave attacked Emon in 810 PD. Note also p. 77: Thordak attacked Byroden "nearly two decades ago."  Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, pp. 11–12.
  267. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 135.
  268. See "Glass and Bone" (1x08) at 49:40.
  269. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 44.  This page flatly says forty years. Page 57 says "over forty years." Page 62 says, "About forty years ago."
  270. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 146.  "Roughly forty years ago." Also see p. 251, which flatly says "forty years."
  271. See "Where the Cards Fall" (1x75) at 3:13:21.  In 811 PD, Hunin and Kyor are about 15 years old.
  272. See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 0:07:47.  Tiberius passed the Sorcerer's Rite at the age of 15.
  273. Atrix had been Margrave for at least 10 years when Vox Machina met him during their pre-stream adventures in Westruun. See "Margrave Atrix" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  274. Moordek met Kriss 10 years before Vox Machina met him in Stilben. See "Father Vart" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  275. See "Aramente to Pyrah" (1x22) at 2:52:21.  In 810 PD, Cerkonos said Vilya left the Fire Ashari 10 years ago.
  276. See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 0:33:24.  In 810 PD, Adra says Gradim Greyspine has been the leader of Kraghammer for 10 years.
  277. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 163.  As of 835, "this century." See also on p. 70, that they only emerged "in recent years."
  278. See "Into the Frostweald" (1x48) at 0:28:45.  At the very beginning of 811 PD, Simon said he was 9 years old. Unless he was born on the first day of 802 PD, he was born in 801.
  279. In 811 PD, Jarett told Vox Machina that he left Marquet "ten... nine" years ago.  See "The Streets of Ank'Harel" (1x65) at 0:59:49.
  280. Matt Mercer explains why Jarett left Marquet.  See "Talks Machina Fireside Special: Q&A with the Critical Role Cast" (Sx33) at 1:43:06.
  281. Tiberius was appointed to the magic guild at the age of 20.  See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 0:07:59.
  282. As of 810 PD, "eight years" ago.  See "Enter Vasselheim" (1x16) at 35:44.
  283. Liam O'Brien stated on Twitter on January 13, 2018, before "A Show of Scrutiny" (2x02) set in Sydenstar 835 PD, that Caleb was 33.
  284. As of Misuthar 836 PD, Caleb was still 33 years old.  See "A Tangled Web" (2x77) at 2:34:37.
  285. As of 835 PD, Whisperthin has served "for over thirty years."  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 84.
  286. In 810 PD, Clarota said he discovered his "curse" seven years ago.  See "Attack on the Duergar Warcamp" (1x04) at 0:28:44.
  287. In 836 PD, Reani said she was 33 years old.  See "Manifold Morals" (2x74) at 30:24.
  288. As of 836 PD, "over 30 years" of escalating skirmishes.  See "Unwanted Reunions" (2x88) at 1:45:48.
  289. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 62.  Six years old at the time of her parents' deaths in 810 PD.
  290. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 130.  "Three decades ago" as of 835 PD.
  291. In 810 PD, Percy said it was four or five years ago.  See "The Feast" (1x24) at 23:36.
  292. In 810 PD, Matt narrates that the Briarwoods have ruled Whitestone for five years.  See "Race to the Ziggurat" (1x34) at 08:24.
  293. See "The Family Business" (1x47) at 0:47:31.  On the last evening of 810 PD, Cerkonos said Raishan came to the Fire Ashari four years ago.
  294. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 12.  Raishan infiltrated for "nearly five years" before releasing Thordak on Winter's Crest 810 PD.
  295. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) from 3:28:30 through 3:29:39.
  296. In 836 PD, Viridian says she has been on Rumblecusp for "close to three decades."  See "Mysteries, Memories, and Music" (2x101) at 16:31.
  297. In 836 PD, Vilya says she's been there "twenty-five years".  See "Ghosts, Dinosaurs, and Stuff" (2x102) at 3:22:01.
  298. In 836 PD, Vilya says "two-and-a-half decades, longer."  See "Maritime Mysteries" (2x103) at 15:32.
  299. Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 44.
  300. See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) from 0:05:43 through 0:06:13.  Two years after Percy escaped from Whitestone, Orthax appeared to Percy in a dream.
  301. Matt estimates off the top of his head that, as of "Clash at Daxio" (1x77) in 811 PD, Vax and Keyleth have been traveling together for a little over two years, maybe pushing two-and-a-half. If it's closer to two-and-a-half, they met toward the end of 808 PD, which would change a few dates related to Keyleth and Vilya.  See "Talks Machina #4: 'Clash at Daxio'" (TMx04) at 1:04:58.
  302. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 00:12 through 00:51.
  303. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) at 00:51.
  304. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 00:51 through 1:42.
  305. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) at 1:42.
  306. Vox Machina Origins Volume 2, Issue 3.
  307. See "Elowen Brist" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  308. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 1:42 through 2:46.
  309. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 2:46 through 2:59.
  310. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 2:59 through 3:26.
  311. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 3:26 through 3:53.
  312. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 3:53 through 4:13.
  313. Matthew Mercer stated on Twitter that Vox Machina looted their Bag of Holding from an ancient druid barrow.
  314. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 4:08 through 4:17.
  315. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 4:17 through 4:34.
  316. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 4:34 through 4:47.
  317. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 4:47 through 5:39.
  318. In 810 PD, Vex got a discount on horses because the party helped Westruun "during the Winter's Crest festival the year before."  See "The Path to Whitestone" (1x27) at 2:48:49.
  319. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) at 15:05.
  320. See "The Tal'Dorei Council" on the Vox Machina Wiki.
  321. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 5:39 through 6:01.
  322. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 6:01 through 6:13.
  323. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 6:13 through 6:24.
  324. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 6:24 through 10:37.
  325. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 7:57 through 9:15.
  326. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 9:15 through 10:37.
  327. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 10:37 through 12:39.
  328. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) at 15:26.
  329. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 12:39 through 13:51.
  330. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 13:51 through 15:37.
  331. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 15:37 through 17:52.
  332. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) from 17:52 through 18:28.
  333. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) at 18:28.
  334. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 1:04:27.
  335. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) at 20:01.
  336. "That was right after I killed the kid."  See "Talks Machina: Campaign Wrap-up" (Sx31) from 9:14 through 11:10.
  337. See "Glass and Bone" (1x08) at 38:21.
  338. "I was there for a long time at the Earth Tribe, longer than most stay on their Aramenté."  See "Aramente to Pyrah" (1x22) from 2:55:58 through 2:59:55.
  339. See "The Throne Room" (1x07) from 0:03:15 through 0:03:21.
  340. See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 2:27:22.  Percy used Bad News for the first time.
  341. See "Attack on the Duergar Warcamp" (1x04) from 0:30:59 through 0:32:14.  Clarota says K'Varn took control of the elder brain four months before he met Vox Machina.
  342. See "Attack on the Duergar Warcamp" (1x04) at 0:32:49.
  343. Brom said he took up the position three months ago.  See "Shopping and Shipping" (1x14) at 1:02:06.
  344. See "The Story of Vox Machina" (Sx06) at 20:01.
  345. See "Shopping and Shipping" (1x14) at 2:55:03.
  346. See "The Family Business" (1x47) from 47:30 through 50:53.
  347. See "Talks Machina: Campaign Wrap-up" (Sx31) at 1:20:48.
  348. See "One Year Later..." (1x95) at 2:25:05.  Here we have to handwave a bit. Matt says they returned to Whitestone just in time to complete their one-year break, which started on 1 Dualahei 811 PD, but in "The Fate-Touched" (1x103) they returned from the Feywild on 12 Misuthar 812 PD, which would be 19 days before 1 Dualahei. So now the dates are counting back from 12 Misuthar, which is more specific than "one year."
  349. A couple of weeks passed. A permanent teleportation circle takes a full year to install, which suggests this happened in Dualahei, but that would contradict the date of 12 Misuthar given in "The Fate-Touched" (1x103).  See "One Year Later..." (1x95) at 2:35:27.
  350. See "The Fate-Touched" (1x103) from 2:42:05 through 2:43:51.
  351. See "The Chapter Closes" (1x115) at 3:48:02.
  352. See "The Chapter Closes" (1x115) at 3:58:59.
  353. See "Dalen's Closet" (Sx47) at 1:59:17.
  354. See "The Chapter Closes" (1x115) at 4:00:12.
  355. Marisha said Beau was 22 or 23 at the start of the campaign in Sydenstar 835 PD.  See "Talks Machina #50: 'A Show of Scrutiny'" (TMx50) at 24:30.
  356. This happens "months" after Misuthar 812 PD, during the existence of Doty 3.0; by the time of Vex and Percy's wedding, Doty 5.0 is attending.  See "The Chapter Closes" (1x115) at 3:50:38.
  357. Following a crisis she experienced within a year of the end of the campaign.  See "The Chapter Closes" (1x115) at 4:03:00.
  358. Set "about a year" after Campaign 1 ended.  See "Dalen's Closet" (Sx47) from 3:17 through 03:54.
  359. As of 835 PD, "for over two decades."  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 43.
  360. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 94.
  361. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 46.  This contradicts several sources implying Myriad presence in earlier years. See the Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 44, saying that the Myriad had been in Stilben for five years by that point.
  362. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 136.  In 835 PD, "nearly two decades."
  363. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 37.
  364. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 43.  Zivan inherited the position "nearly twenty years" before 835 PD.
  365. As of 835 PD, "nearly two decades."  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 53.
  366. In 835 PD, the Gentleman says he's orchestrated crime in Zadash for "a solid 15 years."  See "Fleeting Memories" (2x14) at 47:29.
  367. As of 835 PD, he's held his position for "nearly two decades."  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 46.
  368. Caleb was 17 when this happened.  See "A Tangled Web" (2x77) at 2:34:58.
  369. 369.0 369.1 Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 101.
  370. As of 836 PD, "about 13, 14 years ago."  See "Stone to Clay" (2x91) at 0:34:53.
  371. This happened before "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49).  See "The Chapter Closes" (1x115) at 3:51:39.
  372. In 835, Duvia died "nearly ten years ago."  Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 36.
  373. See "New Homes and Old Friends" (2x111) at 3:00:46.  Pumat Sol tells the Mighty Nein in 836 that artifacts started coming down "seven, eight years ago.
  374. Caleb said he was in the Sanatorium for 11 years.  See "Unwanted Reunions" (2x88) at 2:50:29.
  375. See "Uthodurn" (2x73) at 3:47:48.
  376. As of Thunsheer 836 PD, Beau hadn't seen her father for "close to three years."  See "Home is Where the Heart Is" (2x92) at 49:54.
  377. In Thunsheer 836 PD, her brother was about two-and-a-half years old.  See "Home is Where the Heart Is" (2x92) at 3:27:49.  He was born about six months after Beau was abducted; see 50:30.
  378. As of Sydenstar 835 PD, "two years ago." That is also the number of years since Cree and the other Tombtakers last saw him; see 12:58.  See "Fleeting Memories" (2x14) at 1:59:17.
  379. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 91.
  380. See "Frigid Propositions" (2x109) at 1:16:31.  See also 53:28 for an account of what happened.
  381. On 3 Fessuran 835, Yasha said she had lived in the Empire about eight months.  See "Whispers of War" (2x18) at 1:24:31.
  382. In Sydenstar, "five, six months ago."  See "Disparate Pieces" (2x04) from 1:46:49 through 1:48:55.
  383. As of early Fessuran 835 PD, they had been in the Empire "this past half-year."  See "Harvest Close" (2x17) at 1:46:30.
  384. Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 6.
  385. See "From Door to Door" (2x81) at 3:25:19.
  386. Around 50 days before 2 Brussendar, according to Henry Crabgrass.  See "The Chase Begins" (2x112) at 25:13.
  387. See "Trial of the Take: Part 4" (1x21) from 1:11:42 through 1:13:45.

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