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This is a chronological list of all the current FR novels, comics and games and list what year they take place in the Forgotten Realms universe, as well as who wrote what novel/comic/game and who developed them and whatnot. Some stories extend on for years, decades or centuries before they end, and some stories are one of many short stories in one book.

-30000 DR to 1369 DR[]

  • "Evermeet: Island of Elves" (Written by Elaine Cunningham) Realm Year: -30000 DR to 1371 DR
  • Realms of the Elves (The book is written by various authors) Realm year of story #1 "Traitors" (By Richerd Lee Byers): -25090 DR to -2509 DR
  • Realms of the Elves Realm year of story #2 "The Staff of Valmaxian" (By Philip Athans): -7628 DR to -763 DR
  • "Sandstorm" (By Cristopher Rowe) (story chronologically begins in -6500 DR in Calimshan during the First Era of Skyfire)
  • "Star of Cursrah" (Written by Clayton Emery) Realm year: -6048 DR to 1369 DR
  • "The Shield of Weeping Ghosts" of The Citadels series (By James P. Davis) (begins in -946 DR)
  • "Sword Play", "Dangerous Games" and "Mortal Consequences" of The Netheril Trilogy (Written by Clayton Emery) (Realm Year: (-700 DR for Sword Play and Mortal Consequences) It's recommended to read "Sword Play" first, then "Dangerous Games", and then "Mortal Consequences" even though they aren't all in the same time period. Time travel is involved here
  • Realms of the Dragons Story #1 "Soulbound" (By Paul S. Kemp) (Realm year: -646 DR)
  • Realms of Shadow story #1 "Trial by Ordeal" (By Lisa Smedman) (Realm year: -470 DR), and story #2 "Assassin's Shadow" (By Jess Lebow) (Realm year: -467 DR)
  • Realm of the Dragons story #2 "First Flight" (Written by Edward Bolme) (-461 DR)
  • "Neversfall" of The Citadels series (By Ed Gentry) (-452 DR)
  • "Cormyr: A Novel" (Written by Ed Greenwood and Jeff Grubb) (Prologue takes place in -400 DR)
  • Realms of the Arcane story #11 "The Lady and the Shadow" (-390 DR)
  • Realms of War story #1 "Continuum" (Paul S. Kemp) (-365 DR)
  • "How the Mighty Are Fallen" (a tabletop adventure game) (By Dave "Slade" Henson) (-339 DR, weeks or months before Sunbright, the main character of the Netheril Trilogy arrives in this time period)
  • "Dangerous Games" novel of the Netheril Trilogy begins and ends in -339 DR (the fall of the ancient city Netheril happens in this novel at this time)
  • Realms of the Arcane story #5 "Even When Sky Cities Fall" (By J. Robert King) and Realm of Shadow story #3 "Too Long in the Dark" (By Paul S. Kemp) these two stories are also in -339 DR
  • Chapter 2 of "Cormyr: A Novel" (-205 DR)
  • Chapter 4 of "Cormyr: A Novel" (-75 DR)
  • Realms of War story #2 "Weasel's Run" (By Lisa Smedman) (-65 DR)
  • Chapter 6 of "Cormyr: A Novel" (6 DR)
  • Chapter 8 of "Cormyr: A Novel" (16 DR)
  • Chapter 10 of "Cormyr: A Novel" (26 DR)
  • "Bones of the Beast" webstory for Son of Thunder (107 DR)
  • "Elminster: Making of a Mage" (By Ed Greenwood) (212 DR to 241 DR) Elminster's origin story
  • Best Of The Realms Book 2 story #1 "Not The Most Successful of Feasts" (224 DR)
  • "Elminster in Myth Drannor" (by Ed Greenwood) (241 DR to 261 DR)
  • Chapter 12 of "Cormyr: A Novel" (245 DR)
  • Realms of Magic story #2 "Guenhwyvar" (253 DR) Yes, our favorite panther is much older than you can imagine
  • Chapter 16 of "Cormyr: A Novel" (432 DR)
  • Realms of The Dragons book story #2 "First Flight" (By Edward Bolme) ((Netheril year: 3398) 461 DR)
  • "Blackstaff" (Written by Steven E. Schend) (Chapter 1 is set in 464 DR, the rest of the chapters are in 1374 DR)
  • Chapter 18 of "Cormyr: A Novel" (629 DR)
  • Realms of The Dragons book story #1 "Soulbound" (By Paul S. Kemp) (646 DR)
  • "Final Gate" (third book of The Last Mythal trilogy) (Written by Richard Baker) (begins in 666 DR and continues on)
  • "Forsaken House" (first book of The Last Mythal trilogy) Realm year: begins in 714 DR, ends in 1374 DR
  • "Farthest Reach" (second book of The Last Mythal trilogy) Realm year: begins and ends in the same years as the first book
  • "The Lost Library of Cormanthyr" (Written by Mel Odom) (Realm year: begins in 720 DR)
  • "The Temptation of Elminster" (By Ed Greenwood) (Realm year: begins in 759 DR, ends in 767 DR)
  • The Best Of The Realms Book 2 story #2 "Dark Talons Forbear Thee" (By Ed Greenwood) (16 Flamerule 780 DR)
  • Realms of Valor story #3 "One Last Drink" (By Christie Golden) (892 DR)
  • Chapter 20 of "Cormyr: A Novel" (900 DR)
  • Realms of the Arcane story #8 "The Whispering Crown" (By Ed Greenwood) and The Best Of The Realms book 2 story #3 has the same name but is set in the month of Kythorn 902 DR
  • Realms of War story #3 "The Last Paladin of Ilmater" (By Susan J. Morris) (27 Eleint 902 DR)
  • Best Of The Realms book 3 story #1 "The Knights of Samular" (begins on the month of Flamerule in the year 925 DR)
  • "Thornhold" (By Elaine Cunningham) (begins in 927 DR)
  • Realms of Infamy story #2 "The More Things Change" (1000 DR)
  • Dragon magazine issue #242 "In The Bleak Deepwinter" (By Lynn Abbey) (1016 DR)
  • Chapter 22 of Cormyr: A Novel (1018 DR)
  • "Bread Storm Rising" from the Realms of the Arcane book (Written by Tom Dupree) (possibly 1050 DR)
  • "Grotto of Dreams" of the Realms of the Arcane book (By Mark Anthony) (possibly 1058 DR)
  • "A Narrowed Gaze" from the Realms of the Arcane book (By Monte Cook) (possibly 1062 DR)
  • "The Lady and the Shadow" of the Realms of the Arcane book (By Philip Athans) (possibly 1065 DR)
  • "Shadows of the Past" of the Realms of the Arcane book (Written by Brian Thomsen) (possibly 1070 DR)
  • Realms of War story #4 "Black Arrow" (Bruce R. Cordell) (begins in 11 Tarsakh 1095 DR)
  • "Black Arrow" ends in 1097 DR
  • Dragon magazine issue #152 "The First Notch" (1100 DR) This is an early story of Bruenor Battlehammer
  • "Realms of the Arcane Prologue, Interlude #1 and 2 and Epilogue" (By Wes Nicholson) (1100 DR) I'm just speculating on the year, but the prologue and epilogue likely take place before and after the stories told in between them, the main character of the prologue and epilogue learns that the history of Candlekeep is much longer than he was told and believed, and there are some dark secrets in it
  • Chapter 24 of Cormyr: A Novel (1188 DR)
  • The Council of Blades (Written by Paul Kidd) (1217 DR)
  • Chapter 26 of Cormyr: A Novel (1227 DR)
  • "Obsidian Ridge" of The Citadels series (By Jess Lebow) (begins in 1266 DR)
  • Realms of Shadow story #4 "Darksword" (By Troy Denning) (20 Flamerule 1269 DR)
  • "Icewind Dale" and "Heart of Winter" (a PC game originally developed by Black Isle Studios, the Enhanced Edition versions is developed by Overhaul Games of Beamdog) (1281 DR)
  • Chapter 28 of Cormyr: A Novel (1286 DR)
  • "The Halls Of Stormweather" a novel in seven separate parts (Editorial and story #2 "Song of Chaos" are set in 1290 DR)
  • The Halls of Stormweather story #1 The Burning Chalice" (1293 DR)
  • "Homeland" of The Dark Elf Trilogy (Written by R.A. Salvatore) (begins in 1297 DR) Drizzt's origin story, Drizzt was born in this year. House DeVir was destroyed, and Viconia was on the run.
  • Realms of the Shadow story #5 "Liar's Game" (By Jessica Beeven) (1300 DR)
  • Realms of the Dragon story #3 "Gorlist's Dragon" (Written by Elaine Cunningham) (1301 DR)
  • "Wishing You Many More" of the Realms of the Arcane book (Written by David Cook) (possibly 1304 DR no timeline is hinted)
  • Realms of The Underdarks story #2 "The Fires of Narbondel" (1308 DR)
  • "Icewind Dale II" (a PC game developed by Black Isle Studios) (1312 DR)
  • Chapter 30 of Cormyr: A Novel (1324 DR)
  • Escape from Undermountain (Written by Mark Anthony) (1325 DR)
  • "Whisper of Waves" of The Watercourse Trilogy (Written by Philip Athans) (1326 DR)
  • "Homeland" of The Dark Elf Trilogy ends in 1328 DR
  • Advanced D&D comic book series "The Challenge of Timoth Eyesbright" of the "Players" comic book (Timoth's backstory) (possibly 1330 DR)
  • "Too Many Princes" of the Realms of War book (By Ed Greenwood) (1333 DR)
  • Realms of Infamy story #1 "So High A Price" is set in 1334 DR, and story #4 of The Best of the Realms book 2 is set in the month of Mirtul in the same year
  • Realms of Valor story #8 "The Family Business" (1335 DR)
  • "Secrets of Blood, Spirits of the Sea" of the Realms of the Arcane book (By Elaine Cunningham) (possible 1337 DR, it can't possibly be centuries ago, the characters in this story allude to a time a long time ago when dark elves, the ancestors of the drow, used to live on the surface)
  • "Exile" of the Dark Elf Trilogy (by R.A. Salvatore) (1338 DR)
  • Realms of the Dragons story #4 "The Keeper of Secrets" (By Ed Greenwood) (1339 DR)
  • The Best of the Realms book 2 story #5 "One Comes, Unheralded, to Zirta" (same year, but set in the 4th day of Elesias)
  • "Exile" of The Dark Elf Trilogy ends in the year 1340 DR
  • "Ruins of Adventure" (tabletop adventure game) (By Mike Breault, David "Zeb" Cook, Jim Ward and Steve Winter) (1340 DR, weeks or months before "Pool of Radiance") this game is connected to "Pool of Radiance", the scenarios of this game provide clues on how to complete the Pool of Radiance game)
  • "Pool of Radiance", both the game and novel (The game version was developed by Strategic Simulations Inc., playable on Amiga, Apple II, C64, MS-DOS, Apple Macintosh, Nintendo Entertainment System, and PC-9800) (The novel version is written by James M. Ward and Jane Cooper Hong) (both set in the year 1340 DR)
  • "Sojourn" of The Dark Elf Trilogy (1340 DR)
  • "Bladesinger" (Written by Keith Francis Strohm) (begins in 1340 DR)
  • "Tertius and the Artifact" of the Realms of the Arcane (Written by Jeff Grubb) (possibly 1341 DR, in a time when Volothamp Geddarm still lived and traveled Faerun)
  • Advanced D&D comic book series "I, Conner" of the "Players" comic book (Conner's backstory) (possibly 1341 DR)
  • Realms of the Elves story #3 "Necessary Sacrifices" begins in 1342 DR
  • The protagonist of the Baldur's Gate novels, Abdel Adrian, was born in 1343 DR
  • "Necessary Sacrifices" ends in 1344 DR
  • "The Rage" (Written by Richard Lee Byers) (starts in 1344 DR)
  • "Darkwalker on Moonshae" of The Moonshae Trilogy (Written by Douglas Niles) (1345 DR) This was the very first published book for the Forgotten Realms!
  • "Black Wizards" and "Darkwell" of The Moonshae Trilogy (1346 DR)
  • "Under Illefarn" (a tabletop adventure game) (By Steve Perrin) (1347 DR)
  • "Sojourn" of The Dark Elf Trilogy ends in 1347 DR Drizzt meets and befriends Cattie-Brie, Bruenor and Regis
  • 1347 DR is also the year when Jaheira's parents who were loyal to the king of Tethyr at that time, Alemander IV, were killed during the Tethyr civil war (which is rumored to be orchestrated by Alemander V so he could take over as king, but he died during the war too) that destroyed the King Alemander regime known as the "Ten Black Days of Eleint" when Castle Tethyr was destroyed and Jaheira was rescued and raised by druids
  • The Knights of Myth Drannor Trilogy novels "Swords of Eveningstar", "Swords of Dragonfire", and "The Sword Never Sleeps" (all three novels are written by Ed Greenwood) (1348 DR)
  • Advanced D&D comic book series "A Slave Is A Slave" chapter of the "Players" comic book (Vajra's backstory) (1348 DR)
  • Realms of the Underdarks story #4 "Rite of Blood" (1348 DR, Liriel story)
  • Realms of Infamy story #12 "The Walls of Midnight" (1350 DR)
  • "Pools of Darkness" both the game and novel (the game was developed by Strategic Simulations Inc., playable on Amiga, MS-DOS, Apple Macintosh, and NEC PC-9801) (The novel version is written by James M. Ward and Anne K. Brown) (both set in 1350 DR)
  • "The Stowaway" of the Stone of Tymora Trilogy (By Geno Salvatore and R.A. Salvatore) (begins in 1350 DR)
  • "The Crystal Shard" of The Icewind Dale Trilogy (Written by R.A. Salvatore) (begins in 1351 DR) This is R.A. Salvatore's first published Forgotten Realms book back in the late 80's, and it is the book that introduced readers to Drizzt and his companions for the first time
  • Dragon magazine issue #304 "Haunted, A Tale of Sembia" (1351 DR)
  • "Ironhelm" of The Maztica Trilogy (Written by Douglas Niles) (Prologue begins in 1352 DR)
  • Chapter 32 of Cormyr: A Novel (1352 DR)
  • Advanced D&D comic series "The Gathering" (Written/co-plotted/artwork by Michael Fleisher and Jan Duursema, letters by Steve Haynie, colors by Glenn Whitmore, edited by Barbara Kesel) (story begins in 1352 DR when paladin Priam Agrivar's hands got withered and his father murdered fighting an evil reptilian sorcerer named Imgig Zu
  • Realms of Valor story #6 "A Virtue By Reflection" (1353 DR)
  • Advanced D&D comic series "Dwarves Night Out" chapter of the "Players" comic book (Onyx's backstory) (1353 DR)
  • "The Nether Scroll" (Written by Lyn Abbey) (starts in 1353 DR)
  • The Best of the Realms book 2 story #6 "A Dance In Storm's Garden" (1354 DR) and "Rising Tide" of The Threat from the Sea Trilogy (Rising Tide written by Mel Odom) (Prologue set in 1354 DR)
  • Realms of Valor story #2 "Elminster at the Magefair" (1355 DR)
  • Dragon magazine issue #255 "Dark Legacy" Prologue of Threat from the Sea Trilogy (1355 DR)
  • "Spellfire" of Shandril's Saga (By Ed Greenwood) (starts in 1356 DR)
  • The story of "The Crystal Shard" ends on 1356 DR
  • "Streams of Silver" of The Icewind Dale Trilogy (1356 DR)
  • "The Stowaway" ends in 1356 DR
  • "The Halfling's Gem" of The Icewind Dale Trilogy (begins in 1356 DR)
  • "The Shadowmask" of the Stone of Tymora Trilogy (By Geno Salvatore and R.A. Salvatore) (1356 DR)
  • Flashbacks of "The Howling Delve" (Written by Jaleigh Johnson) (1356 DR)
  • Realms of Valor story #1 "The Lord of Lowhill" (1356 DR)
  • "The Halfling's Gem" ends in 1357 DR
  • "The Sentinels" of the Stone of Tymoa Trilogy (By Geno Salvatore and R.A. Salvatore) (begins in 1357 DR)
  • "Crypt of the Shadowking" (Written by Mark Anthony) (1357 DR)
  • Realms of Valor story #11 "Dark Mirror" (1357 DR)
  • "A Slow Day in Skullport" (The Best of the Realms, Book 2 Story #7), "Bloodbound" (The Best of the Realms, Book 2 Story #8), "How Wisdom Came to the Maimed Wizard" (The Best of the Realms, Book 2 Story 9) (all stories 1357 DR)
  • "The Legacy" and "Starless Night" of the Legacy of the Drow series (By R.A. Salvatore) (1357 DR)
  • "Azure Bonds" of The Finder's Stone Trilogy (written by Jeff Grubb and Kate Novak) (This trilogy of books are the ones that have Alias and her saurian paladin partner Dragonbait in the story) (1357 DR)
  • "Dreams of the Red Wizards" (1st edition sourcebook) (By Steve Perrin) (1357 DR)
  • "Spellfire" ends in 1357 DR
  • "Crown of Fire" and "Hand of Fire" (both written by Ed Greenwood) (1357 DR)
  • "The Wyvern's Spur" and "Song of the Saurials" of The Finder's Stone Trilogy (1358 DR) Yes, the year infamous for the Time of Troubles
  • "Siege of Darkness" of the Legacy of the Drow series (R.A. Salvatore) (1358 DR)
  • "The Alabaster Staff" (By Edward Bolme) (starts in 1358 DR)
  • Advanced D&D comic series "The Gathering" continues and ends in 1358 DR
  • Advanced D&D comic series "The Basilisk", "Selune's Eye", "Sorcerer's Moon", "The Spirit of Myrrth Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4"
  • "Curse of the Azure Bonds" (A PC game that ties in to The Finder's Stone Trilogy books developed by Strategic Simulations Inc., playable on Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, C64, Macintosh and MS-DOS) (1358 DR) Alias and Dragonbait appear in this game
  • Realms of the Underdark story #3 "A Slow Day In Skullport" (month of Eleasias, 1358 DR)
  • "Secret of the Silver Blades" (A PC game that is the sequel to "Curse of the Azure Bonds", developed by Strategic Simulations Inc., playable on Amiga, C64, Macintosh and MS-DOS) (1358 DR)
  • Realms of War story #6 "The Siege of Zerith Hold" (By Jess Lebow) (1358 DR)
  • Best of the Realms book 3 story #10 "Possessions" (1358 DR)
  • Advanced D&D comic series "Catspaw Part 1: Night of the Moonpenguin", "Catspaw Part 2: Of Mirt and Mind Flayers", "Catspaw Part 3: All Hades Breaks Loose", "Catspaw Part 4: Down In The Depths" (1358 DR)
  • "Forgotten Realms" comic book series "The Hand of Vaprak Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4) (Written by Jeff Grubb, pencil art by Rags Morales, ink by Dave Simons, letters by Tim Harkins, colors by Dean D'Angelo, editing by Barbara Kesel and Elliot S. Maggin) (1358 DR)
  • "Advanced D&D" comic series "Spell Games Part 1: Shackles of the Past", "Spell Games Part 2: Shell Game", "Spell Games Part 3: Cat & Mouse" and "Spell Games Part 4: The Last Betrayal!", "Kyriani's Story: The Ostus Legacy Part 1 and 2" (1358 DR)
  • Forgotten Realms comic book series "The Dragonreach Saga Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4, "The Morning After", "Head Cheeese", "Triangles: Jasmine, Part 1, 2, 3," "Liches In Love: Undead Love" (Written by Jeff Grubb, pencil art by R.A. Morales, ink by Dave Simons, letters by Tim Harkins, colors by Dean D'Angelo, editing by Barbara Kesel and Elliot S. Maggin (1358 DR) At the end of "Liches In Love: Undead Love", the comic book tells you that Jasmine's fate won't be determined in the next issue of the Forgotten Realms comic book series, but instead, it will be revealed in the first issue of the "TSR Worlds" comic book series, "Jammers"
  • TSR Worlds comic book series ("Jammers" Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5) (Written by Barbara Kesel, Jim Lowder, Kate Novak-Grubb and Dan Mishkin, penciled by Michael Collins, Rags Morales, Dave Hoover and Dan Reed, inked by Randy Elliott Paul Abrams, Rags Morales, and Alan Kupperberg, lettered by Steve Haynie, colored by Eric Kachelhofer, edited by Elliot S. Maggin) (Forgotten Realms year 1358 DR) The Spelljammer main characters visit the main characters of the Advanced D&D comic books in Waterdeep on Chapter 3. Chapter 4 is the chapter that ties up the loose end of "Liches In Love: Undead Love". The main characters of this comic book are known as Spelljammers, people who ride spaceships that can travel through portals and wormholes in space to reach planets of different D&D campaign settings like Krynn of the Dragonlance campaign setting and Toril of the Forgotten Realms campaign setting
  • Forgotten Realms comic book series ("Waterdhavian Nights", "Fallen Idols Part 1: Possessions, Part 2: Mad Gods And Paladins, Part 3: Divine Rights", and "On Earth As It Is In Heaven") (Written by Jeff Grubb, pencils by Rags Morales, Tom Raney and Dave Simons, inks by Dave Simons, Bob Downs, Jerry Acerno and Mickey Ritter, colors by Gene D'Angelo, letters by Tim Harkins, edited by Elliot S. Maggin and Kim Yale) (1358 DR)
  • "Shadows of Doom" of the Shadows of the Avatar Trilogy (By Ed Greenwood) (1358 DR)
  • "Advanced D&D" comic book series "Phases of the Moon Part 1, 2, 3 and 4" (Written by Dan Mishkin, penciled by Jan Duursema and Tom Mandrake, inked by Rick Magyar, colored by Matt Webb, edited by Elliot S. Maggin and Kim Yale) (1358 DR)
  • "Cloak of Shadows" of the Shadows of the Avatar Trilogy (By Ed Greenwood) (1358 DR)
  • Avatar series novels "Shadowdale", "Tantras", and "Waterdeep" (Written by Richard Awlinson) (1358 DR)
  • Forgotten Realms comic book series ("Picking Up The Pieces", "Temptations", "Cannibal Girls (Won't Yah Come Out Tonight?)", "Cat Logic", "Unreal Estate", "Wake of the Realms Master" (Written by Jeff Grubb, pencils by Rags Morales, Tim Raney, Linda Spofford and Chas Truog, inks by Dave Simons, letters by Tim Harkins and Albert De Guzman, colors by Gene D'Angelo and Matt Webb, edits by Kim Yale) (1358 DR) "Everybody Wants To Run The Realms" isn't canon because it is just a filler story, an inventory story that comic book authors must make if they fail to reach a deadline for finishing the real story, so the author made a chapter about the characters explaining to you, the reader, the basics on everything you need to know about Faerun, what creatures live in the lands, what are the known races, how Wizards of the Coast keeps up with every minor and major event that happens in the campaign setting for future references, why the Forgotten Realms is called "Forgotten Realms", etc
  • "All Shadows Fled" of the Shadows of the Avatar Trilogy (By Ed Greenwood) (1358 DR)
  • Dragon magazine issue #343 "Rivals" (1358 DR)
  • "Mad Monkey vs the Dragon Claw" (a tabletop adventure game) (By Jeff Grubb) (1358 DR in Kara-Tur, the land where Yoshimo from BG2 came from)
  • "Horselords" of The Empires Trilogy (Written by David Cook) (1359 DR)
  • "Dragonwall" of The Empires Trilogy (Written by Troy Denning) (starts in 1359 DR)
  • "The Night Parade" (Written by Scott Ciencin) (1359 DR)
  • "Ghostwalkers" (Written by Erik Scott de Bie) (story begins in 1359 DR)
  • Webstory for Ghostwalker, "Wayfarer" (1359 DR)
  • "Mercy's Reward" of the Realms of War book (By Mark Sehestedt) (1359 DR)
  • Advanced D&D comic series "Players" (1359 DR)
  • Advanced D&D comic series "Lawyers!" (Written by Dan Mishkin, art by Tom Mandrake, letters by Steve Haynie, colors by Matt Webb, edited by Elliot S. Maggin) (1359 DR)
  • Dragon magazine issue #277 "Another Name For Dawn": In this story, Erevis Cale, the father of Vasen Cale from The Sundering's "The Godborn" book departs from Westgate to Selgaunt (1359 DR)
  • Realms of War story #7 "Mercy's Reward" (1359 DR)
  • Advanced D&D comic series "Scavengers Part 1, 2 and 3", "Death and the Dragon's Eye! Part 1, 2, 3 and 4", "Pillar of Gold!", "Broken Pillar!" (1359 DR)
  • Advanced D&D comic series "Summer in the City!", "Rites and Wrongs Part 1, 2 and 3" (Summer of 1359 DR for "Summer in the City!", and likely the winter of 1359 DR for "Rites and Wrongs Part 1, 2 and 3")
  • "Oriental Adventures: Night of the Seven Swords" (a tabletop adventure game) (By Jon Pickens, David Cook, Harold Johnson, Rick Swan, Ed Carmien and David James Ritchie) (possibly 1360 DR, another adventure set in Kara-Tur instead of Faerun)
  • "Curse of the Shadowmage" (Written by Mark Anthony) (1360 DR)
  • Realms of Valor story #7 "King's Tear" (1360 DR)
  • "Dragonwall" ends in 1360 DR
  • "Crusade" of The Empires Trilogy (Written by James Lowder) (1360 DR)
  • "The Parched Sea" (Written by Troy Denning) (1360 DR)
  • "Windwalker" of the Starlight and Shadows Trilogy (Written by Elaine Cunningham) (story starts in 1360 DR)
  • Realms of the Dragons story #5 "The Topaz Dragon" (Written by Jess Lebow) (1360 DR)
  • Realms of Valor story #10 "The Curse of Tegea" (1360 DR)
  • Realms of the Dragons 2 story #1 "Faerie Ire" (1360 DR)
  • "Elfshadow" (By Elaine Cunningham) (1361 DR)
  • "Daughter of the Drow" of the Starlight and Shadows Trilogy (By Elaine Cunningham) (1361 DR)
  • The story of "Windwalker" ends in 1361 DR
  • "The Ring of Winter" (Written by James Lowder) (story begins in 1361 DR)
  • Realms of Magic story #14 (The Direct Approach) (1361 DR, four days between Liriel book 1 and 2)
  • "Tangled Webs" of the Starlight and Shadows Trilogy (Elaine Cunningham) (1361 DR)
  • The Cleric Quintet series books "Canticle", "In Sylvan Shadows" "Night Masks", "Fallen Fortress" and "The Chaos Curse" (All written by R.A. Salvatore) (The first three books begin and end in 1361 DR)
  • "Ironhelm" of the Maztica Trilogy books ends in 1361 DR
  • "Viperhand" and "Feathered Dragon" of the Maztica Trilogy (both begin in 1361 DR, Viperhand ends in the same year but Feathered Dragon continues on to the next year)
  • "Fallen Fortress" and "The Chaos Curse" both end in 1362 DR
  • "Feathered Dragon" ends in 1362 DR
  • "The Sentinels" ends in 1362 DR
  • "The Sapphire Crescent" of The Scions of Arrabar Trilogy (Written by Thomas M. Reid) (begins in 1362 DR)
  • "The Ring of Winter" story ends in 1362 DR
  • "Red Magic" (Written by Jean Rabe) (1362 DR)
  • Realms of Valor story #4 "The Bargain" (1362 DR), Realms of Valor story #5 "Patronage" (1362 DR)
  • Realms of the Elves story #4 "The Greater Treasure" (1362 DR in Elesias)
  • "Passage To Dawn" (By R.A. Salvatore) (1364 DR)
  • "Elfsong" (By Elaine Cunningham) (1364 DR)
  • "The Veiled Dragon" (By Troy Denning) (1364 DR)
  • "Silver Shadows" (By Elaine Cunningham) (1364 DR)
  • "The Silent Blade" of the Paths of Darkness series (By R.A. Salvatore) (1364 DR)
  • "Whisper of Waves" story ends in 1364 DR
  • The Best of the Realms, Book 2 Story #10 "The Eye of the Dragon" (1364 DR)
  • "The Hunting Game" (Realms of the Dragons 2 Story #3) (In Flamerule of 1364 DR)
  • Best of the Realms, Book 3 Story #3 "Elminster's Jest" (1364 DR)
  • Dragon magazine issue #299 "Memories": Larajin at the age of 17 (1364 DR)
  • "Stormlight" (By Ed Greenwood) (1365 DR)
  • "Prophet of Moonshae", "The Coral Kingdom" and "The Druid Queen" of The Druidhome Trilogy (All by Douglas Niles) (1365 DR)
  • "The Spine of the World" of the Paths of Darkness series (By R.A. Salvatore) (story starts in 1365 DR)
  • "Lies of Light" of The Watercourse Trilogy (By Philip Athans) (story starts in 1365 DR)
  • "The Howling Delve" (By Jaleigh Johnson) (story begins in 1365 DR)
  • "Sentinelspire" of The Citadels series (By Mark Sehestedt) (story begins in 1365 DR)
  • The Best of the Realms, Book 2 Story #11 "Nothing but Trouble" (1366 DR)
  • "King Pinch" (By David Cook) (1366 DR)
  • "Soldiers of Ice" (By David Cook) (1366 DR)
  • "Obsidian Ridge" ends in 1366 DR
  • "War In Tethyr Part 1" (By Victor Milan) (story begins in 1366 DR)
  • "Servant of the Shard" of the Paths of Darkness series (By R.A. Salvatore) (1366 DR)
  • "The Ogre's Pact", "The Giant Among Us" and "The Titan of Twilight" of The Twilight Giants Trilogy books (All written by Troy Denning) (1366 DR)
  • Best of the Realms, Book 3 Story #7 "The Great Hunt" (1366 DR)
  • "The Shadow Stone" (Written by Richard Baker) Aeron Morieth becomes the Stormwalker of the Maerchwood (1367 DR)
  • "War In Tethyr Part 1" ends in 1367 DR
  • "War in Tethyr Part 2" (begins from Mirtul of 1367 DR)
  • Realms of Magic Story #1 & Frame Story "Prologue" and "Epilogue" (1367 DR)
  • "Murder in Cormyr" of the Mysteries Trilogy (Written by Chet Williamson) (1367 DR)
  • Realms of the Underdark Story #1 & Frame story: "At the Publishing House" & "Back at the Publishing House" (1367 DR)
  • "Castle Spulzeer" (a tabletop adventure game) (By Doug Stewart) (1367 DR)
  • "Murder in Halruaa" of the Mysteries Trilogy (By Richard S. Myers) (1367 DR)
  • "Once Around the Realms" (By Brian Thomsen) (1367 DR)
  • "Thieves' Reward" (Realms of Magic Story #13) (1367 DR)
  • "Thieves' Honor" (Realms of Infamy Story #14) (1367 DR)
  • "That Curious Sword" (Realms of Shadow Story #6) (By R.A. Salvatore) (1367 DR)
  • "Empty Joys" (Best of the Realms, Book 1 Story #14) (begins in 1367 DR)
  • "The Road Home", in Marpenoth 1367 DR (Realms of the Dragons 2 Story #4)
  • "The Shining South" (a sourcebook tabletop game) (Written by Tom Prusa) (1367 DR)
  • "Planescape: Torment" the game and novel (Game version originally developed by Black Isle Studios, the Enhanced Edition developed by Overhaul Games of Beamdog) (Original novel version written by Ray and Valerie Vallese (the orginal novelization is as shallow as the Baldur's Gate novels). Rhyss Hess novelized all of the dialogue, character interactions and events that happens in the game) (1367 DR time is different in the plane Sigil is on, but someone by the username @NickBluetooth deduced the possibility this game takes place 1 year before Baldur's Gate in the Forgotten Realms time frame)
  • "The Grinning Ghost of Taverton Hall" (Realms of Mystery Story #14; The Best of the Realms, Book 2 Story #12)(month of Eleasias, 1368 DR)
  • "The Mage in the Iron Mask" (By Brian Thomsen) (1368 DR)
  • "Masquerades" (By Jeff Grubb and Kate Novak) (1368 DR) This is the fourth and last FR novel starring Alias and Dragonbait from Azure Bonds
  • "Thornhold" ends in 1368 DR
  • "The Simbul's Gift" (By Lynn Abbey) (1368 DR)
  • "War in Tethyr Part 2" ends in 1368 DR
  • "Finder's Bane" and "Tymora's Luck" (By Kate Novak and Jeff Grubb) (1368 DR)
  • "Faces of Deception" (By Troy Denning) (1368 DR)
  • "The Nether Scroll" story ends in 1368 DR
  • "Prince of Lies" (By James Lowder) (1368 DR)
  • "The Dream Spheres" (By Elaine Cunningham) (1368 DR)
  • The story of "The Lost Library of Cormanthyr" ends in 1368 DR
  • "Spellbound" (a sourcebook tabletop game expansion) (Written by Anthony Pryor, published by and TSR, Inc) (1368 DR)
  • "Wickless in the Nether" (Realms of the Dragons and The Collected Stories: The Legend Of Drizzt) (1368 DR)
  • "The Black Pits" (Side game of BG:EE) (Developed by Beamdog) (1368 DR, weeks or months before the game version of Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition) This mini game isn't canonical to the original edition of the Baldur's Gate game
  • "Baldur's Gate" the game and novel (Game version originally developed by BioWare, the Enhanced Edition version is developed by Overhaul Games of Beamdog) (Novel version written by Philip Athans) (game begins in 1 Mirtul 1368 DR)
  • "Lies of Light" ends in 1368 DR too
  • "Promise of the Witch King" (By R.A. Salvatore) (1368 DR) Zhai, the half drow half wood elf, one of the main characters of the game "Demon Stone" (which is believed to take place sometime in the early 1370's) is briefly mentioned in this book by Ellery Dragonsbane to Jarlaxle
  • "Road of the Patriarch" (By R.A. Salvatore) (1368 DR)
  • "The Shadow Stone" (By Richard Baker) (begins possibly in 1368 DR)
  • "Speaking with the Dead" (Realms of Mystery Story I) (1368 DR)
  • "A Walk in the Snow" (Realms of Mystery Story II) (1368 DR)
  • "The Rose Window" (Realms of Mystery Story III) (1368 DR)
  • "The Club Rules" (Realms of Mystery Story IV) (1368 DR)
  • "Thieves' Justice" (Realms of Mystery Story V) (1368 DR)
  • "Ekhar Lorrent: Gnome Detective" (Realms of Mystery Story VI) (1368 DR)
  • "The Devil and Tertius Wands" (Realms of Mystery Story VII) (1368 DR)
  • "H" (Realms of Mystery Story VIII) (1368 DR)
  • "Strange Bedfellows" (Realms of Mystery Story IX) (1368 DR)
  • "Whence the Song of Steel" (Realms of Mystery Story X) (1368 DR)
  • "An Unusual Suspect" (Realms of Mystery Story XI) (1368 DR)
  • "Darkly, Through a Glass of Ale" (Realms of Mystery Story XII) (1368 DR)
  • "Lynaelle" (Realms of Mystery Story XIII) (1368 DR)
  • "Serpestrillvyth" (Realms of the Dragons Story VII) (By Richard Baker) (1368 DR)
  • "Redemption" (Realms of War Story VIII) (By elaine Cunningham) (1368 DR)
  • "Empty Joys" (Best of the Realms, Book I Story XIV) ends. (1368 DR)
  • "Stolen Dreams" (Best of the Realms, Book III Story IX) (1368 DR)
  • Dragon magazine issue #247 "Reunification: Body & Soul" (1368 DR)
  • "Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear" (Developed by Beamdog) (begins close to the winter of 1368 DR, ends in early 1369 DR)

1369 DR to 1400 DR[]

  • Chapters 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33 and the epilogue of "Cormyr: A Novel" (1369 DR)
  • The story of the novel "Star of Cursrah" ends in 1369 DR, including "The Shadow Stone" and "The Spine of the World"
  • "Into The Nest Of Vipers" (Dungeon Magazine #75 Adventure) (By Matthew G. Adkins, artwork by Fred Rawles, cartography by Craig Zipse) (1369 DR) This adventure is set in the Vast.
  • "Sea of Swords" of the Paths of Darkness (By R.A. Salvatore) (begins in 1369 DR)
  • "Rising Tide" of The Threat from the Sea Trilogy (By Mel Odom) (1369 DR)
  • "Under Fallen Stars" of The Threat from the Sea Trilogy (By Mel Odom) (1369 DR)
  • "The Sea Devil's Eye" of The Threat from the Sea Trilogy (By Mel Odom) (story begins in 1369 DR)
  • "Silverfall: Stories of the Seven Sisters" (By Ed Greenwood) (1369 DR)
  • "The Glass Prison" (By Monte Cook) (1369 DR)
  • "Pool of Radiance: The Ruins of Myth Drannor" video game and novel (The game was developed by Stormfront Studios, playable on PC Windows) (Novel version written by Carrie Bebris) (1369 DR)
  • "The Black Pits II: Gladiators of Thay" (A side game in BG2:EE developed by Beamdog) (1369 DR, many months after The Black Pits) The story will not make any sense if you are using a completely different group from the ones you used in the prequel
  • "Crucible: The Trial of Cyric the Mad" of The Avatar Series (By Troy Denning) (1369 DR)
  • "Master of Chains" (By Jess Lebow) (1369 DR)
  • "Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn" the game and novel (The game was originally developed by BioWare, the Enhanced Edition version is developed by Overhaul Games of Beamdog) (Novel version written by Philip Athans) (1369 DR)
  • "Scream of Stone" of The Watercourse Trilogy (By Philip Athans) (story begins in 1369 DR)
  • "Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal" game and novel (The game was developed by BioWare as an expansion story to Shadows of Amn, the Enhanced Edition version is made by Overhaul Games of Beamdog) (Novel version written by Drew Karpyshyn) (Game: 1369 DR, Novel: 1368 DR???) Confusing, isn't it? Why is the novel version set in 1368 DR? The prologue of the ToB book is set in 1368 DR, but after the prologue ends, the author somehow forgot to make it clear that the rest of the story takes place in the "present day", therefore the continuity of the novel version Baldur's Gate series is seriously thrown out of order, Throne of Bhaal is before Shadows of Amn even though it should be the other way around, because Jaheira gets killed off by Abazigal, and Imoen gets killed off by Sendai, and in SoA, Jaheira and Imoen are alive, except for Jaheira, she had been recently revived from getting killed by Sarevok towards the end of the BG1 novel
  • "Hard Choices" (Realms of the Deep Story I) (1369 DR)
  • "Fire is Fire" (Realms of the Deep Story II) (1369 DR)
  • "Messenger to Serôs" (Realms of the Deep Story III) (1369 DR)
  • "The Place Where Guards Snore at their Posts" (Realms of the Deep Story IV; The Best of the Realms, Book II Story XIII) (1369 DR)
  • "Lost Cause" (Realms of the Deep Story V) (1369 DR)
  • "Forged in Fire" (Realms of the Deep Story VI) (1369 DR)
  • "One who Swims with Sekolah" (Realms of the Deep Story VII) (1369 DR)
  • "The Crystal Reef" (Realms of the Deep Story VIII) (1369 DR)
  • "The Patrol" (Realms of the Deep Story IX) (1369 DR)
  • "The Star of Tethyr" (Realms of the Deep Story X) (1369 DR)
  • "Persana's Blade" (Realms of the Deep Story XI) (1369 DR)
  • "And the Dark Tide Rises" (Realms of the Deep Story XII) (1369 DR)
  • "How Burlmarr Saved the Unseen Protector", in Uktar (Realms of the Dragons II Story V) (1369 DR)
  • "Fire is Fire", in Ches (Best of the Realms, Book III Story X) (1369 DR)
  • "Changing Tides" (Realms of War Story IX) (By Mel Odom) (Flamerule 1369 DR)
  • "The Burning Chalice" (Halls of Stormweather Story I) ends. (1369 R)
  • "Honest and True": A Ruha and Malik story (Dragon magazine issue # 245) (1369 DR)
  • "The Honor of Two Swords" (Dragon magazine issue # 260) (1369 DR)
  • "The Innkeeper's Secret" (Dragon magazine issue # 266) (1369 DR)
  • "The Shadow Stone" ends in 1369 DR
  • "Sword of the Dales" of the Randal Morn Trilogy (a tabletop adventure game) (By Jim Butler) (1369 DR)
  • "The Secret of Spiderhaunt" of the Randal Morn Trilogy (a tabletop adventure game) (By Jim Butler) (1369 DR)
  • "The Return of Randal Morn" of the Randal Morn Trilogy (a tabletop adventure game) (By Jim Butler) (1369 DR)
  • "The Magehound" 1st book of the Counselors & Kings Trilogy (Written by Elaine Cunningham) (1370 DR)
  • "The Wizardwar" 3rd book of the Counselors & Kings Trilogy (story begins after "The Magehound" in 1370 DR)
  • "Sea of Swords" of the Paths of Darkness series ends in 1370 DR
  • "The Sea Devil's Eye" of The Threat from the Sea Trilogy also ends in 1370 DR
  • "Sea of Fallen Stars" (a tabletop game campaign expansion) (By Steven E. Schend) (1370 DR) The events of this tabletop game include and overlap some of the events from "Under Fallen Stars" and "The Sea Devil's Eye", this game is set after those novels, revealing some spoilers of plot elements from those novels, so before playing this game, read the novels first.
  • "The City of Ravens" (Written by Richard Baker) (1370 DR)
  • "Beyond the High Road" (Written by Troy Denning) (1370 DR)
  • "The Thousand Orcs" of The Hunter's Blades Trilogy (Written by R.A. Salvatore) (1370 DR)
  • "The Lone Drow" of The Hunter's Blades Trilogy (1370 DR)
  • "The Two Swords" of The Hunter's Blades Trilogy (starts in 1370 DR after "The Lone Drow" ends)
  • "The Jewel of Turmish" (Written by Mel Odom) (1370 DR)
  • "The City of Splendors: A Waterdeep Story" (Written by Elaine Cunningham and Ed Greenwood) (story begins in 1370 DR)
  • "For Duty & Deity" (tabletop adventure game) (By Dale Donovan) (Marpenoth 1370 DR)
  • "Living Forever" (The Best of the Realms, Book II Story XIV) (1370 DR)
  • "A Tall Tale" (Realms of the Dragons II Story VI) (1370 DR)
  • "Chase the Dark" (Realms of War Story X) (By Jaleigh Johnson) (1370 DR during the Sothillisian War)
  • "Bones and Stones" (Realms of War Story XI) (By R.A. Salvatore) (1370 DR)
  • "Song of Chaos" (Halls of Stormweather Story II) ends. (1370 DR)
  • "Night School" (Halls of Stormweather Story III) (begins in 1370 DR)
  • "The Price" (Halls of Stormweather Story IV) (begins in 1370 DR)
  • "Thirty Days" (Halls of Stormweather Story V) (begins in 1370 DR)
  • "Resurrection" (Halls of Stormweather Story VI) (begins in 1370 DR)
  • "Skin Deep" (Halls of Stormweather Story VII) (begins in 1370 DR)
  • "Twilight Falling", "Dawn of Night" and "Midnight's Mask" of the Erevis Cale Trilogy (By Paul S. Kemp) (1370 DR)
  • "Waylaid" (Realms of the Dragons Story VIII) (By Thomas M. Reid) (winter of 1371 DR)
  • "The Floodgate", 2nd book of the Counselors & Kings Trilogy (By Elaine Cunningham) (1371 DR)
  • "The Wizardwar" and "The Two Swords" end in 1371 DR
  • "Comrades at Odds" (Realms of the Elves Story V and The Collected Stories: The Legend Of Drizzt) (1371 DR)
  • "Evermeet: Island of Elves" ends in 1371 DR
  • "Death of the Dragon" (Written by Ed Greenwood and Troy Denning) (1371 DR)
  • "Night School" (Halls of Stormweather Story III) (ends in 1371 DR)
  • "The Price" (Halls of Stormweather Story IV) (ends in 1371 DR)
  • "Thirty Days" (Halls of Stormweather Story V) (ends in 1371 DR)
  • "Resurrection" (Halls of Stormweather Story VI) (ends in 1371 DR)
  • "Skin Deep" (Halls of Stormweather Story VII) (ends in 1371 DR)
  • "Shadow's Witness" (Written by Paul S. Kemp) (1371 DR)
  • "The Summoning" of the Return of the Archwizards Trilogy (Written by Troy Denning) (story starts in 1371 DR)
  • "Black Wolf" (Written by Dave Gross) (story begins in 1371 DR)
  • "City of Splendors: A Waterdeep Novel" ends in 1371 DR)
  • "The Long Road Home" (The Best of the Realms, Book II Story XV) (1371 DR)
  • "Into the Dragon's Lair" (3rd edition tabletop adventure game) (By Sean K. Reynolds and Steve Miller) (1372 DR) This adventure takes place after The Goblin War of 1370-1371 DR, so Cormyr in this game is still in bad shape after the war
  • "Pool of Twilight" (Written by James M. Ward and Anne K. Brown) (1372 DR)
  • "The Summoning" ends in 1372 DR
  • "The Siege" of the Return of the Archwizards Trilogy (By Troy Denning) (1372 DR)
  • "The Sorcerer" of the Return of the Archwizards Trilogy (By Troy Denning) (1372 DR)
  • "Elminster in Hell" (By Ed Greenwood) (1372 DR)
  • "The Shattered Mask" (By Richard Lee Byers) (1372 DR)
  • "City of the Spider Queen" (Tabletop Adventure module game) (Created by James Wyatt) (1372 DR)
  • "Neverwinter Nights" (A PC game developed by BioWare, playable on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux) (1372 DR)
  • "Black Wolf" ends in the month Mirtul.
  • "Dissolution" (By Richard Lee Byers), "Insurrection" (By Thomas M. Reid), "Condemnation" (By Richard Baker), "Annihilation" (By Philip Athans), "Extinction" (By Lisa Smedman) and "Resurrection" (By Paul S. Kemp) of the War of the Spider Queen series (all begin and end in 1372 DR)
  • "Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide" (An expansion of NWN developed by Floodgate Entertainment and BioWare) (1372 DR) (For story continuity purposes, the main character of this story should not be the one from the main campaign)
  • "Neverwinter Nights: Hordes of the Underdark" (The third expansion for NWN developed by BioWare) (1372 DR) (For story continuity purposes, the main character in this expansion should be the same one from SoU, and this expansion's story takes place sometime during or after the War of the Spider Queen novels since the Silence of Lolth period was still in effect)
  • "Heirs of Prophecy" (Written by Lisa Smedman) (starts in the month Kythorn, 1372 DR)
  • "Sands of the Soul" (Written by Voronica Whitney-Robinson) (starts in the month Marpenoth 1372 DR)
  • "Bladesinger" ends in 1372 DR
  • "Sacrifice of the Widow" of The Lady Penitent Trilogy (By Lisa Smedman) (1372 DR)
  • "The Orc King" of the Transitions Trilogy (By R.A. Salvatore) (The chapters between the prologue and epilogue are set in 1372 DR)
  • "A Little Knowledge" (Realms of Shadow Story VII, The Best of the Realms, Book III Story XII) (By Elaine Cunningham) (19 Marpenoth 1372 DR)
  • "Astride the Wind" (Realms of Shadow Story VIII) (By Philip Athans) (7 Alturiak 1372 DR)
  • "The Fallen Lands" (Realms of Shadow Story IX) (By Murray J.D. Leeder) (19 Ches 1372 DR)
  • "When Shadows come seeking a Throne" (Realms of Shadow Story X) (By Ed Greenwood) (1 Kythorn 1372 DR)
  • "King Shadow" (Realms of Shadow Story XI) (By Richard Lee Byers) (11 Kythorn 1372 DR)
  • "The Shifting Sands" (Realms of Shadow Story XII) (By Peter Archer) (13 Kythorn 1372 DR)
  • "Standard Delving Procedure" (Realms of the Dragons Story IX) (By Lisa Smedman) (7 Eleint, 1372 DR)
  • "The Book Dragon", in Mid Hammer (Realms of the Dragons II Story VII) (1372 DR)
  • "Freedom's Promise", in Kythorn (Realms of the Dragons II Story VIII) (1372 DR)
  • "Possessions", in Flamerule (Realms of the Dragons II Story IX) (1372 DR)
  • "Queen of the Mountain" (Realms of the Dragons II Story X) (Entry isn't dated, possibly takes place in 1372 DR or 1373 DR)
  • "And All the Sinners, Saints" (Dragon magazine issue # 297) (1372 DR)
  • "Haunted, A Tale of Sembia" (Dragon magazine issue # 304) ends in 1372 DR
  • "Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone" (Developed by Stormfront Studios and Zono Inc., story written by R.A. Salvatore, playable on Windows PC, PlayStation 2 and Xbox) (1373 DR) Although this game's realm year isn't exactly confirmed, this game likely takes place sometime after The Hunter's Blades Trilogy and "The Orc King"'s prologue and epilogue and sometime before "The Pirate King" novel's story. Rannek, one of the main characters in this game, was briefly mentioned in "The Two Swords" as a member of the Riders of Nesmé, and the city Nesmé was overrun by an army of trolls in 1370 DR during the book's story, and Rannek was the only survivor of the Riders of Nesmé. In this game during the stand at Mithral Hall with Zhai, Illius, Thibbledorf and Drizzt against the troll army, Rannek found the chance to avenge Nesmé and his fallen friends who was members of the Riders of Nesmé by slaying the troll king.
  • "Lord of Stormweather" (By Dave Gross) (1373 DR)
  • "Twilight Falling", Dawn of Night" and "Midnight's Mask" of The Erevis Cale Trilogy (By Paul S. Kemp) (1373 DR)
  • "The Sapphire Crescent" of The Scions of Arrabar Trilogy ends in 1373 DR
  • "The Alabaster Staff" ends in 1373 DR
  • "Mysteries of the Moonsea" (table top game) (By Thomas M. Reid, Sean K. Reynolds, Darrin Drader and Wil Upchurch) (1373 DR)
  • "The Yellow Silk" (By Don Bassingthwaite) (Hammer of 1373 DR)
  • "The Crimson Gold" (By Voronica Whitney-Robinson) (1373 DR)
  • "The Black Bouquet" (By Richard Lee Byers) (1373 DR)
  • "Son of Thunder" (the full story) (By Murray J.D. Leeder) (1373 DR)
  • "Lady of Poison" (By Bruce R. Cordell) (1373 DR)
  • "Mistress of the Night" (By Dave Gross and Don Bassingthwaite) (1373 DR)
  • "Maiden of Pain" (By Kameron M. Franklin) (No date entry given, possibly 1373 DR)
  • "Queen of the Depths" (By Richard Lee Byers) (1373 DR)
  • "The Rage" story ends in 1373 DR
  • "The Rite" (By Richard Lee Byers) (1373 DR after "The Rage" ends)
  • "The Ruin" (By Richard Lee Byers) (1373 DR after "The Rite" ends)
  • "The Ruby Guardian" of The Scions of Arrabar Trilogy (By Thomas M. Reid) (1373 DR)
  • "The Emerald Sceptre" of The Scions of Arrabar Trilogy (By Thomas M. Reid) (1373 DR)
  • "The Gossamer Plain" of The Empyrean Odyssey Trilogy (By Thomas M. Reid) (starts in 1373 DR)
  • "Venom's Taste" of the House of Serpents Trilogy (By Lisa Smedman) (1373 DR)
  • "Viper's Kiss" of the House of Serpents Trilogy (By Lisa Smedman) (1373 DR)
  • "Elminster's Daughter" (By Ed Greenwood) (1373 DR)
  • "An Icy Heart" (Realms of the Dragons Story X) (By Voronica Whitney-Robinson) (16 Alturiak 1373 DR)
  • "Penitential Rites" (Realms of the Dragons Story XI) (By Keith Frances Strohm) (6 Ches 1373 DR)
  • "How Sharper than a Serpent's Tooth" (Realms of the Dragons Story XII) (By Dave Gross) (25 Ches 1373 DR)
  • "The Prisoner of Hulburg" (Realms of the Dragons Story XIV) (By Richard Lee Byers) (1st and 2nd Mirtul 1373 DR)
  • "Beer with a Fat Dragon" (Realms of the Dragons Story XIII) (By don Bassingthwaite) (Late Tarsakh 1373 DR)
  • "The Strength of the Jester", in Mirtul (Realms of the Dragons II Story XI) (1373 DR)
  • "Tribute" (Best of the Realms, Book III Story XIV) (1373 DR)
  • "Ghostwalker" ends on Greengrass of 1374 DR
  • "Forsaken House" ends in 1374 DR
  • "Farthest Reach" ends in 1374 DR
  • "Blackstaff" continues and ends in 1374 DR
  • "Bloodwalk" (By James P. Davis) (1374 DR)
  • "Darkvision" (By Bruce R. Cordell) (1374 DR)
  • "Frostfell" (By Mark Sehestedt) (1374 DR)
  • "Sentinelspire" ends in 1374 DR
  • "Neverwinter Nights 2" (A PC game developed by Obsidian Entertainment, playable on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X) (1374 DR)
  • "Neverwinter Nights 2: Mask of the Betrayer" (An expansion for NWN 2 developed by Obsidian Entertainment) (1374 DR) (For story continuity purposes, the hero character must be the same one from the main campaign, and the hero character must be either good or neutral aligned, or at least an evil rebel who has no intention of becoming an ally or servant of the King of Shadows so that the story can canonically progress to MotB)
  • "Shadowbred" of The Twilight War Trilogy (By Paul S. Kemp) (1374 DR)
  • "Shadowstorm" of The Twilight War Trilogy (By Paul S. Kemp) (1374 DR)
  • "Shadowrealm" of The Twilight War Trilogy (By Paul S. Kemp) (begins in 1374 DR after "Shadowstorm" ends)
  • "The Howling Delve" ends in 1374 DR
  • "The Depths of Madness" (By Erik Scott de Bie) (starts in 1374 and continues on to the next year)
  • "Vanity's Brood" of the House of Serpents Trilogy (By Lisa Smedman) (1374 DR)
  • "Neverwinter Nights 2: Storm of Zehir" (An expansion for NWN 2 developed by Obsidian Entertainment) (1374 DR)
  • "Neverwinter Nights 2: Mysteries of Westgate" (The final expansion for NWN 2 developed by Ossian Studios) (1374 DR)
  • "Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance" (A video game developed by Snowblind Studios, playable on the Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox and Game Boy Advance) (1374 DR)
  • "Tears So White" (Realms of the Elves Story VI) (Written by Ed Greenwood) (in 12 Alturiak 1374 DR)
  • "The Bladesinger's Lesson" (Realms of the Elves Story VII) (Written by Richard Baker) (in Flamerule 1374 DR)
  • "Continuum" ends in 1374 DR (Realms of War Story I)
  • "The Knights of Samular" (Best of the Realms, Book III Story I) ends in 1374 DR
  • "Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II" (A sequel game developed by Black Isle Studios, playable on the PlayStation 2 and Xbox) (Begins in 1374 DR, ends sometime in 1375 DR)
  • "Unclean" of The Haunted Lands Trilogy (Written by Richard Lee Byers) (story begins in 1375 DR)
  • "The Depths of Madness" ends in 1375 DR
  • "Stardeep" (Written by Bruce R. Cordell) (1375 DR)
  • "Sacrifice of the Widow" ends in 1375 DR
  • "Scream of Stone" ends in 1375 DR
  • "Second Chance" (Realms of War Story XII) (By Richard Lee Byers) (29 Flamerule 1375 DR)
  • "Stardeep" (By Bruce R. Cordell) (1375 DR)
  • "Expedition to Undermountain" (3rd edition tabletop adventure game) (By Eric L. Boyd, Ed Greenwood, Christopher Lindsay and Sean K. Reynolds) (1375 DR)
  • "Fall of Frostsilver" (Role-Playing Games Association module) (By Matthew Sernett) (1375 DR) This game was made on the 20th anniversary in honor of the creation of the character Drizzt Do'Urden
  • "Storm of the Dead" of The Lady Penitent Trilogy (By Lisa Smedman) (Begins in 1376 DR)
  • "The Shield of Weeping Ghosts" ends in 1376 DR
  • "The Pirate King" of the Transitions (By R.A. Salvatore) (story begins in 1376 DR)
  • "Double Diamond Triangle Saga: ("The Abduction" (By Robert J. King), "The Paladins" (By James M. Ward and David Wise), "The Mercenaries" (By Ed Greenwood), "Errand of Mercy" (By Roger E. Moore), "An Opportunity for Profit" (By Dave Gross), "Conspiracy" (By J. Robert King), "Uneasy Alliances" (By David Cook and Peter Archer), "Easy Betrayals" (By Richard Baker) and "The Diamond" (By J. Robert King and Ed Greenwood) (All take place in 1377 DR)
  • "Storm of the Dead" and "The Pirate King" ends in 1377 DR
  • "Crypt of the Moaning Diamond" (By Rosemary Jones) (1378 DR)
  • "Ascendancy of the Last" of The Lady Penitent Trilogy (By Lisa Smedman) (story begins in 1378 DR and ends in 1379 DR)
  • "Final Gate" ends in 1380 DR
  • "The Fractured Sky" of The Empyrean Odyssey (By Thomas M. Reid) (story begins in 1384 DR)
  • "Undead" of The Haunted Lands Trilogy (By Richard Lee Byers) (begins in Ches of 1385 DR)
  • "The Gossamer Plain" ends in 1385 DR
  • "The Fractured Sky" ends in 1385 DR
  • "Sandstorm" continues in 1385 DR in Calimshan when the Second Era of Skyfire begins
  • "The Crystal Mountain" of The Empyrean Odyssey (By Thomas M. Reid) No realm year revealed, but it is likely in 1385 DR since the main character tried but failed to prevent Mystra's death
  • "Plague of Spells" of the Abolethic Sovereignty Trilogy (By Bruce R. Cordell) (begins in 1385 DR)
  • Realms of Infamy Story II "The More Things Change..." ends in 1390 DR
  • "Iruladoon" (Realms of the Dead and The Collected Stories: The Legend Of Drizzt) (1390 DR)
  • "Plague of Spells" ends in 1396 DR
  • "City of Torment" of the Abolethic Sovereignty Trilogy (By Bruce R. Cordell) (1396 DR)
  • "Key of Stars" of the Abolethic Sovereignty Trilogy (By Bruce R. Cordell) (1396 DR)
  • "Wrath of the Blue Lady" (By Mel Odom) (begins in 1399 DR)

1401 DR to 1491 DR[]

  • "Gauntlgrym" of The Neverwinter Saga (Written by R.A. Salvatore) (begins in 1409 DR)
  • "Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale" (A game developed by Bedlam Games, playable on PlayStation 3 (downloadable via PlayStation Network), Xbox 360 (downloadable via Xbox Live Arcade), and Microsoft Windows (downloadable via Steam)) (begins and ends in 1420 DR)
  • "The Godborn" of The Sundering Saga (By Paul S. Kemp) (begins and ends in 1450 DR)
  • "Sandstorm" continues in 1450 DR, the Second Era of Skyfire ends
  • "Dawnbringer" (Written by Samantha Henderson) (begins in 1460 DR and believe it or not, ends in 1600 DR!) Amazing, isn't it, jumping 121 years from the 4th edition setting!
  • "Gauntylgrym" of the Neverwinter Saga ends in 1462 DR
  • "Neverwinter Tales" comic book series issues 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 (Written by R.A. Salvatore and Geno Salvatore, published by IDW Publishing, cover art by Gonzalo Flores, interior art by Augustin Padilla, Jose Avilles, Tim Seeley, Leonard O'Grady, and Gonzalo Flores) (1462 DR) This comic book series takes place not long after "Gauntlgrym" ends, starring Drizzt and his new love interest, the bald elf Dahlia Sin'felle, and Valindra Shadowmantle is one of the characters in this story
  • "The Companions" of The Sundering Saga (By R.A. Salvatore) (begins in 1463 DR) Drizzt's deceased companions begin to reincarnate in this story
  • Realms of the Dead book "The Resurrection Agent" (By Erin M. Evans) (1463 DR)
  • "The Last Legend of Gedrin Shadowbane" (By Erik Scott de Bie) (1463 DR)
  • "Neverwinter" of The Neverwinter Saga (by R.A. Salvatore) (1463 DR) This novel is intentionally tied in to the Neverwinter MMORPG game because in one part of the book, the moon elf lich Valindra Shadowmantle led an attack on Neverwinter for the purpose of powering up the Dread Ring in the Neverwinter forest, a location that can be visited in Module 2 of the Neverwinter MMORPG
  • "Charon's Claw" of The Neverwinter Saga (by R.A. Salvatore) (1463 DR)
  • "The Last Threshold" of The Neverwinter Saga (By R.A. Salvatore) (begins in 1463 DR)
  • "Corsair" of the Blades of the Moonsea Trilogy (By Richard Baker) (prologue is in 1466 DR)
  • "City of the Dead" (By Rosemary Jones) (prologue set in 1467 DR)
  • "Shadowbane: Eye of Justice" (By Erik Scott de Bie) (prologue set in 1470 DR)
  • Realms of the Dead book "Feast of the Moon" (By Cristopher Rowe) (1471 DR)
  • "The Orc King" ends in 1472 DR (prologue and epilogue both take place in this year)
  • "Avenger" of the Blades of the Moonsea Trilogy (By Richard Baker) (begins in 1473 DR)
  • "Venom In Her Veins" (By Tim Pratt) (possibly 1473 DR)
  • "Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle" (Tabletop game created by Christopher Perkins (the guy who usually is the DM for Acquisitions Inc.), and Jeremy Crawford) (1474 DR) Not sure about the realm year, just a wild guess
  • "The Fall Of Highwatch" of The Chosen of Nendawen Trilogy (By Mark Sehestedt) (1475 DR) This novel takes place a century after "Frostfell"
  • "Hand of the Hunter" of The Chosen of Nendawen Trilogy (By Mark Sehestedt) (1475 DR)
  • "Cry of the Ghost Wolf" of The Chosen of Nendawen Trilogy (By Mark Sehestedt) (1475 DR)
  • "Swordmage" of the Blades of the Moonsea Trilogy (By Richard Baker) (begins in 1477 DR)
  • "The Devil You Know" of the Brimstone Angels series (By Erin M. Evans) (1477 DR) Though no realm year has been officially confirmed, it shouldn't be hard to narrow down once you realize that this story takes place before Farideh made the warlock pact in the "Brimstone Angels" story, which comes up next afterwards.
  • "Brimstone Angels" of the Brimstone Angels Series (By Erin M. Evans) (prologue is in 1477 DR)
  • "Unholy" of The Haunted Lands (By Richard Lee Byers) (1478 DR)
  • "Brimstone Angels" continues and ends in 1478 DR
  • "Brimstone Angels: Lesser Evils" (By Erin M. Evans) (1478 DR)
  • "Cold Steel and Secrets" (By Rosemary Jones) (1478 DR)
  • "The Captive Flame" of the Brotherhood of the Griffin series (By Richard Lee Byers) (begins in 1478 DR)
  • "The Adversary" of The Sundering saga (By Erin M. Evans) (1478 DR)
  • "Neverwinter" (The MMORPG game developed by Cryptic Studios, originally playable only on Microsoft Windows PC, but now playable on Xbox One, and PlayStation 4) (main module begins in 1479 DR) The game's prologue begins with Valindra's forces attacking Neverwinter for the second time, and you have to stop them, and throughout the game there are various evil forces that threaten Neverwinter and its allies, not just those allied with Valindra
  • Realms of the Dead book "Wandering Stones" (By Bruce R. Cordell), "The Bone Bird" (By Jaleigh Johnson), "A Prayer for Brother Robert" (By Philip Athans), "Dusty Bones" (By Rosemary Jones), and "A Body in a Bag" (By Erik Scott de Bie) (1479 DR)
  • "The Captive Flame" ends in 1479 DR
  • "The Rose of Sarifal" (By Paulina Claiborne) (1479 DR)
  • "Whisper of Venom" of the Brotherhood of the Griffon series (By Richard Lee Byers) (1479 DR)
  • "The Spectral Blaze" of the Brotherhood of the Griffon series (By Richard Lee Byers) (1479 DR)
  • "The Masked Witches" of the Brotherhood of the Griffon series (By Richard Lee Byers) (1479 DR)
  • "Prophet of the Dead" of the Brotherhood of the Griffon series (By Richard Lee Byers) (1479 DR)
  • "Prince of Ravens" (By Richard Baker) (1479 DR) This novel was part of the D&D event "Rise of the Underdark"
  • "Swordmage" ends in 1479 DR
  • The story of "Corsair" continues on from the prologue this year in 1479 DR
  • "Blackstaff Tower" of the Waterdeep series (By Steven E. Schend) (1479 DR)
  • "Mistshore" of the Waterdeep series (By Jaleigh Johnson) (1479 DR)
  • "Downshadow" third novel of the Waterdeep series, first novel of the Shadowbane series (By Erik Scott de Bie) (1479 DR)
  • "City of the Dead" of the Waterdeep series (By Rosemary Jones) (1479 DR excluding the prologue which was in 1467 DR)
  • "Blades for Daggerdale" (a tabletop adventure game) (By Matthias Schafer) (1479 DR)
  • "The God Catcher" of the Waterdeep series (By Erin M. Evans) (1479 DR)
  • "Elminster Must Die" (By Ed Greenwood) (1479 DR)
  • "Bury Elminster Deep" (By Ed Greenwood) (1479 DR)
  • "Elminster Enraged" (By Ed Greenwood) (1479 DR)
  • "Shadowrealm" ends in 1479 DR
  • "The Fanged Crown" of The Wilds series (By Jenna Helland) (1479 DR)
  • "The Restless Shore" of The Wilds series (By James P. Davis) (1479 DR)
  • "Wrath of the Blue Lady" ends in 1479 DR
  • "Sword of the Gods" (By Bruce R. Cordell) (1479 DR except prologue)
  • "Sword of the Gods: Spinner of Lies" (By Bruce R. Cordell) (1479 DR)
  • "The Edge of Chaos" (By Jak Koke) (1479 DR)
  • "Spider and Stone" (An ebook novel by Jaleigh Johnson) (1479 DR) This is the last book that ties into the D&D event Rise of the Underdark
  • "Sandstorm" story ends in 1479 DR
  • "Unbroken Chain" (By Jaleigh Johnson) (1479 DR)
  • "Chosen of the Sword" (By Erik Scott de Bie) (1480 DR)
  • "Avenger" ends in 1480 DR
  • "Circle of Skulls" of the Waterdeep series (By James P. Davis) (1480 DR)
  • "Shadowbane" of the Shadowbane series (By Erik Scott de Bie) (1480 DR)
  • "Unbroken Chain: The Darker Road" (By Jaleigh Johnson) (1480 DR)
  • "Shadowbane: Eye of Justice" of the Shadowbane series (By Erik Scott de Bie) (story continues into 1480 DR after the prologue)
  • "Neverwinter" (MMORPG game) (main module ends in 1481 DR, Module 1: "Fury of the Feywild" begins in 1481 DR)
  • "Neverwinter" (MMORPG game) (Module 1: "Fury of the Feywild" ends in 1482 DR, Module 2: "Shadowmantle" begins and ends in 1482 DR) In the climactic end mission of Module 2, you get to fight Valindra and put an end to her threat once and for all, she doesn't go down easily, you'll need a full group to face her. Then again, no lich goes down easy
  • "Murder in Baldur's Gate" (The Sundering Tabletop Adventure #1) (Tabletop game created by Ed Greenwood, Matt Sernett and Steve Winter) (1482 DR) This tabletop game ties in directly with the Baldur's Gate games and novels, with Abdel Adrian, the much hated protagonist of the Baldur's Gate novels as one of the NPCs, and even Coran is in this game too, and the game's story ends with the inevitable resurrection of Bhaal. The fact that Abdel lived more than 100 years before he gets killed off signifies that Imoen and the game protagonist could live that long too if he/she is human, half-orc or some other race with a short lifespan compared to elves, half-elves, halflings, gnomes and dwarves, and chose to remain mortal at the end of the ToB game. Being a Bhaalspawn guarantees longevity it seems
  • "The Last Threshold" and "The Companions" end in 1484 DR
  • "Dungeons & Dragons: Cutter" comic book series issue #1 "Birthright", issue #2 "The Lost Child", issue #3 "Sword, Wielder", issue #4 "A Dark Path", issue #5 "Homecoming" (comic books written by R.A. Salvatore and his son Geno Salvatore, art by David Baldeon, colors by David Garcia Cruz, letters by Neil Uyetake, cover art by Steve Ellis) (1484 DR, before "Night of the Hunter")
  • "Night of the Hunter" of the Companions Codex series (By R.A. Salvatore) (1484 DR)
  • "Rise of the King" of the Companions Codex series (By R.A. Salvatore) (1484 DR)
  • "Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf" of the Companions Codex series (By R.A. Salvatore) (begins in 1484 DR and ends in 1485 DR)
  • "Legacy of the Crystal Shard" (The Sundering Tabletop Adventure #2) (Tabletop game created by R.A. Salvatore, James Wyatt and Jeffrey Ludwig) (1485 DR)
  • "Archmage" of the Homecoming series (By R.A. Salvatore) (1485 DR)
  • "Neverwinter" (MMORPG game) (Module 3: "Curse of Icewind Dale" begins and ends sometime after month of Eleint in 1485 DR) This may come as a shock to those who have read "The Crystal Shard", but in Module 3, the main villain is none other than the villainous mage Akar Kessel, who comes back from the dead as a powerful wight.
  • "Scourge of the Sword Coast" (The Sundering Tabletop Adventure #3) (Tabletop game created by Tito Leati, Matthew Sernett and Chris Sims) (1485 DR) Just a wild guess on the realm year.
  • Tyranny of Dragons Adventurers League game story modules "Corruption in Kryptgarden", "Defiance in Phlan", "Secrets of Sokol Keep", "Shadows over the Moonsea", "Dues for the Dead", "The Courting of Fire", 'The Scroll Thief", "Drums in the Marsh", "Tall Trees Tell," "Outlaws of the Iron Route", "Tyranny in Phlan", "Dark Pyramid of Sorcerer's Isle", "Raider of the Twilight Marsh", "Pool of Radiance Resurgent", and "Escape from Phlan" (1485 DR)
  • "Neverwinter" (MMORPG game) (Module 4: "Tyranny of Dragons") (begins and ends in 1485 DR)
  • "Legends of Baldur's Gate" comic book series issues 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 (Written by Jim Zub, art by Max Dunbar, colors by John-Paul Bove (and Joana Laufente in issue #2), letters by Neil Uyetake, edits by John Barber) (1485 DR) These comic books bring Minsc from the Baldur's Gate games from the 2nd-3rd edition time frame into the 5th edition time frame of the Forgotten Realms in a very interesting way, and Coran appears in this series too. If you haven't read these comic books before, you'll enjoy them
  • "Neverwinter" (MMORPG game) (Module 5: "Rise of Tiamat") (begins and ends in 1485 DR) Linu La'neral, one of the companion characters from Neverwinter Nights is in this module's story and is one of the NPCs that helps player characters fight against Tiamat in the end of the module's story
  • "Dead in Thay" (The Sundering Tabletop Adventure #4) (Tabletop game created by Scott Fitzgerald Gray) (1485 DR)
  • "Sword Coast Legends" (A game developed by N-Space and Digital Extremes, playable on Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) (possibly 1485 DR) This game was designed to be the spiritual successor of the Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale and Neverwinter Nights game series in terms of gameplay. The devs of Sword Coast Legend's forums said that this game is set somewhere between 1490 DR and 1492 DR, answering someone's question about the game's time frame in the Forgotten Realms, but since the Rage of Demons DLC likely takes place somewhere between "Maestro" and "Hero", it's possible that Sword Coast Legends's developers gave a random answer, they never had a time frame firmly in mind when they made this game, the in-game journal does not keep track of the game's time and day, month and year like Icewind Dale, Baldur's Gate and Neverwinter Nights did
  • Elemental Evil Adventurers League game storyline modules "City of Danger", "Embers of Elmwood", "The Drowned Tower", "Mayhem in the Earthspur Mines", "Flames of Kythorn", "Breath of the Yellow Rose", "Bounty in the Bog", "Foulness Beneath Mulmaster", "Eye of the Tempest", "Cloaks and Shadows", "Oubliette of Fort Iron", "Dark Rites at Fort Dalton", "The Howling Void", "The Sword of Selflaril", "Black Heart of Vengeance", "Boltsmelter's Book", and "Mulmaster Undone" (1486 DR)
  • "Neverwinter" (MMORPG game) (Module 6: "Elemental Evil") (1486 DR) Minsc makes his first in-game appearance in this expansion of the game
  • "Archmage" ends in 1486 DR
  • "Out of the Abyss", Tabletop game adventure (Published by Wizards of the Coast) (1486 DR)
  • Rage of Demons Adventurers League game storyline modules "Harried in Hillsfar", "Shackles of Blood", "The Occupation of Szith Morcaine", "It's All in the Blood", "Bane of the Tradeways", "No Foolish Matter", "Herald of the Moon", "The Malady of Elventree", "The Waydown", "Quelling the Horde", "The Quest for Sporedome", "Hillsfar Reclaimed", "Writhing in the Dark", "Death on the Wall", "Szith Morcaine Unbound", "Assault on Maerimydra", and "Blood Above, Blood Below" (1486 DR)
  • "Maestro" of the Homecoming series (By R.A. Salvatore) (1486 DR)
  • "Sword Coast Legends: Rage of Demons DLC" (1486 DR) Drizzt is in this DLC's story, making Sword Coast Legends the fifth D&D game allowing the player's character to adventure and/or fight alongside him. The first one was Baldur's Gate, the second was Baldur's Gate 2: Shadows of Amn, the third was Demon Stone, and the fourth is the 8th and 9th module expansions of the Neverwinter MMORPG. It is unlikely this DLC is set in 1490 DR, years after "Maestro" and "Hero", because in this DLC, Drizzt is still affected by the faerzress since "Maestro", he is not the compassionate drow we knew anymore, he enjoys hunting worthy prey and will almost not hesitate to attack anyone in his way unless they prove to be a worthy ally against his prey, and he has no intention of returning to Catti-Brie even if you urge him to, because he is aware that he is not entirely sane, and he does not want want to be near anyone he cares about until Demogorgon is defeated, which he believes will clear his mind.
  • "Hero" of the Homecoming series (By R.A. Salvatore) (1486 DR)
  • "Neverwinter" (MMORPG game) (Module 8: "Underdark", story written by R.A. Salvatore) (1486 DR) Through this module's story, your character gets to fight alongside Drizzt and his reincarnated companions against Demogorgon's demonic forces. The story is likely to take place during or after "Hero"
  • "Fire in the Blood" of the Brimstone Angels series (By Erin M. Evans) (1486 DR)
  • "Neverwinter" (MMORPG game) (Module 9: "The Maze Engine") (1486 DR) Drizzt and Minsc both appear in this expansion together, and Drizzt seems to know Minsc either personally or by reputation because when they meet, he is surprised that Minsc is alive in this age. If it is personally, then Drizzt probably remembers Minsc back during the events of Baldur's Gate 2: Shadows of Amn the game version, when Minsc was one of "Charname's" companions.
  • "The Reaver" of The Sundering saga (By Richard Lee Byers) (1486 DR)
  • "The Sentinel" of The Sundering saga (By Troy Denning) (1486 DR)
  • "Ashes of the Tyrant" of the Brimstone Angels series (By Erin M. Evans) (1486 DR)
  • "The Herald" of The Sundering saga (By Ed Greenwood) (1487 DR)
  • "Spellstorm" (By Ed Greenwood) (1488 DR)
  • "Death Masks" of the Chosen Heirs series (By Ed Greenwood) (1491 DR)
  • "Shadows of The Vampire #1" (issues #2, 3, 4 and 5 are set in the Ravenloft campaign setting) (Written by Jim Zub, art by Nelson Daniel, letters by Neil Uyetake, edits by John Barber, published by Ted Adams) (1491 DR) In Ravenloft, the comic book's story takes place before the tabletop game "Curse of Strahd" because Minsc and his party encounter Strahd himself before they return to the Forgotten Realms world.
  • "Neverwinter" (MMORPG game) (Module 10: "Storm King's Thunder") (1491 DR) Reincarnated Wulfgar and Cattie-Brie are in this expansion of the game and one of your in-game allies.
  • "Frost Giant's Fury #1, 2, 3 and 4" (Written by Jim Zub, art by Netho Diaz, letters by Neil Uyetake, colors by Thiago Ribiero, edits by David Hedgecock, assistant edits by David Mariotte, published by Ted Adams) (1491 DR) The story of this comic book series begins after Minsc, Delina, Krydle, Shandie and Nerys return to the Forgotten Realms world after being sent to and trapped in Ravenloft for a while in the "Shadows of The Vampire" comic book series.
  • "Neverwinter" (MMORPG game) (Module 11: "The Cloaked Ascendancy") (1491 DR)
  • "Neverwinter" (MMORPG game) (Module 12: "Tomb of Annihilation") (1491 DR)
  • "Descent to Avernus" a 5th-edition Dungeons & Dragons adventure and a sequel to the upcoming CRPG Baldur's Gate III. It takes place in the city of Baldur's Gate and the layer of Avernus in the Nine Hells. (1492 DR)
  • "Baldur's Gate III" (CRPG) an upcoming video game and the third part in the Baldur's Gate series. It was announced on June 6, 2019, by its developer Larian Studios. (1493 DR)

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