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Things that happened before the Collapse are dated as BC while things that came after are AC.
|1200 BC||Many early attempts on the part of the School of Metamorphosis to create useful slave races did not end well. Early forms included Mongrelmen as well as Lycanthropes, unable to control transitions between animalistic and humanoid forms. It is not known what became of these early forms, but rumors persist whenever monsters stalk the night.|
|1100 BC||The first magical beast is created by the School of Metamorphosis. The School of Dominion develops arcane methods to control the newly-created beasts.|
|1000 BC||The first Beastfolk are created. Their creators are surprised to discover that they are able to successfully breed. They become a permanent slave-class used for labor, military force, service and sport.|
|800 BC||The Egalit named Dun'or is the first Beastfolk to have earned his freedom from a human master through legal maneuvers. He was assassinated months later.|
|100 BC||The School of Dominion takes over the Chancellory of the Arcane Schools of Sascria.|
|80 BC||The School of Dominion orchestrates a purge of religious practices throughout and beyond Sascria.|
|0 AC||The Collapse happens. All magic above ground ceases functioning including both temporary and permanent effects. Beastfolk and magical beasts run free as the magics controlling them fail. The Dean of the School of Eternity takes over the Chancellory of the Arcane Schools in the chaos.|
|1 AC||A handful of wizards and sorcerers throughout Gondal regain their ability to cast spells. Investigations begin to identify why and how. The Red Currant Syndicate is formed.|
|2 AC||Willem Analore discovers a means to do magic that requires a personal sacrifice. Wizards in the School of Eternity determine that they can power their magic via the souls of the living.|
|3 AC||While previously unknown, divine magic begins taking form throughout Gondal. The source of which is unknown.|