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This timeline covers events since the end of Guild Wars, in 1075 AE, as well as events before then that are relevant to the scope of the Guild Wars 2 Wiki.

A similar article for earlier events exists on the Guild Wars Wiki.

Year Event
Mouvelian calendar Canthan calendar
The world of Tyria is created by the first Elder Dragon, who then creates the other Elder Dragons.[1][2]
20,000 BE Approximate earliest recorded dragonrise of the Elder Dragons.[3][4]
10,000 BE Last of the giganticus lupicus, the Great Giants, disappear from the Tyrian continent. Suspected date of last rising of the Elder Dragons.[5][6]
10,000–1000 BE Five of the elite ancient races[7] of Seers, Forgotten, dwarves, jotun, and mursaat ally to resist the Elder Dragons.
The Seers begin experimenting to hide magic from the Elder Dragons and create first the Shadowstone, then the Bloodstone.[8]
The mursaat and Forgotten attempt to kill the dragon Zhaitan but fail, leading to many casualties.[9]
The mursaat refuse to hide their magic in the Bloodstone, instead disappearing into the Mists and declaring a centuries-long war on the Seers. The Seers develop a resistance against spectral agony used by the mursaat.[10][11][12] The kodan take refuge against the Elder Dragon reign in the far north.[7]
Exact dates unknown.
1769 BE The Forgotten arrive in Tyria from the Mists according to human legends.[13][14][7]
1680 BE The Forgotten perform a spell on Glaust, champion and scion of the Elder Dragon Kralkatorrik, and grant her free will. Glaust takes on the name of Glint and loses most of her memory.[15][16] Glint conceals the elder races from the Elder Dragons, who gradually fall into slumber to wait for the next dragonrise.[17]
786 BE Six Human Gods appear in Cantha for the first time and bring humans, who settle the northern coastline before spreading completely across the continent.[18] Their development is unhindered by the Forgotten.[19] Additional humans arrive later on to settle the Echovald Forest and the Jade Sea from unknown lands.[20]
675 BE Oldest records of dwarven architecture.[21]
635 BE Earliest shown date of attempted Kryptis invasion of Tyria.[22]
510 BE 0 CC The human clans of Cantha are unified into the Empire of the Dragon under Lord Emperor Kaineng Tah, Cantha's first emperor. Start of the Canthan Calendar.[19] Beginning of Cantha's Age of the Marmoset.[20]
464 BE 46 CC Emperor Kaineng Tah mysteriously dies while out hunting. His eldest son Yian Zho takes his place as Second Emperor of Cantha.[20]
462 BE 48 CC The Luxon clans secede the empire and become their own nations.[19] Emperor Yian Zho massacers hundreds of Luxons in response, forcing the Luxons into becoming a vassal state. Hostility between the Luxons and Kurzicks emerges.[20]
459 BE 51 CC The Kurzick clans secede the Empire in a bid for independence. Emperor Yian Zho brutally puts down a small insurrection, resulting in the Kurzicks unifying, before war forces them into becoming vassal state like the Luxons, but remained more isolated.[20]
205 BE 305 CC Humans arrive on Orr, Istan, and the southern valleys of Elona via boats from unknown lands.[18][23] Beginning of Cantha's Age of the Falcon.[20]
200 BE | 0 DR 310 CC First of the Primeval Kings rules Elona from the city of Fahranur, the First City in Istan.[18] Beginning of the Primeval Dynasty and Dynastic Reckoning calendar.[24]
175BE 335 CC Margonite settlements appear along coastlines north and west of Elona. Margonite vessels rule the Unending Ocean.[24]
115 BE 395 CC During a lengthy war, Doric pleads to Dwayna, who establishes a new credo for her faithful.[25]
100 BE 410 CC Humans settle Ascalon, driving the charr north, out of their briefly conquered lands.
Doric is crowned king of Tyrian human lands in Ascalon.[26] King Doric receives the first Canthan ambassador.[19]
48 BE 462 CC Desmina becomes the first follower of Grenth.[27] Balthazar assists a human army in achieving victory.[28]. Ewan and his atheist tribe were cursed by Melandru.[29]
45 BE 465 CC Lyssa tests in the village of Wren and finds only Sara worthy of her gifts.[30]
1 BE 509 CC Abaddon gives magic to the races of Tyria, resulting in wars emerging across Tyria.[31] Doric journeys to Arah and pleads with the Gods to take magic back.[13]
The Gods rescind the magic in Tyria to the Bloodstone, sealed with Doric's blood and stored in the volcano Abaddon's Mouth, to prevent anyone from ever wielding power over all magic again.[13]
Abaddon begins to transform the Margonites into demonic beings, beginning with Jadoth.[32] Abaddon declares war on his fellow gods and assaults the Gates of Heaven.[33]
0 AE 510 CC Abaddon is defeated and imprisoned within the Realm of Torment. The Crystal Sea and its verdant coastline[34] is turned into the Crystal Desert and Desolation. Margonite civilization collapses.[24] The Exodus of the Human Gods occurs.
1 AE 511 CC Prince Chang Hai, a Warrior Monk, becomes the first Ascendant emperor of Cantha.[19] Beginning of Cantha's Age of the Bat.[20]
2 AE 512 CC Orr becomes an independent nation.
29 AE 539 CC Primeval Kings spread their rule into Vabbi and the Desolation, and begin to bury their dead rulers in tombs in the Crystal Desert.[24]
100 AE 610 CC Abaddon's Mouth erupts and scatters the five Bloodstones across Tyria. The first of three Guild Wars begins in an attempt to control the powerful bloodstones.[13]
174 AE 684 CC The Forgotten retreat to the Crystal Desert after humanity's spread.[13]
221 AE 731 CC Cantha begins trading with Tyria, Elona, and the northern areas.[19][24] Beginning of Cantha's Age of the Hedgehog.[20]
272 AE 782 CC Glint compiles the Flameseeker Prophecies.[24]
324 AE 834 CC Kryta officially recognized as a colony of Elona. First recorded battles of the Centaur War.[24]
300 AE 810 CC First mention of organized corsair activities in the Dynastic records. Monument building common in Istan and Kourna.
358 AE 868 CC Kryta becomes an independent nation.
406 AE 916 CC The War of Marigold occurs, in which the Luxon hero Gui Lo defended siege turtle nests.[35]
452 AE 962 CC Scarab Plague sweeps through Elona, decimates the population, and wipes out the Royal House. Istan abandoned. End of the Primeval Kings, marking the end of the Primeval Dynasty.[18][24]
456 AE 966 CC End of the Plague Years. Admun Kolos takes the throne, founding the Great Dynasty.[24]
520 AE 1030 CC First new settlements in the Istan Islands.[24]
583 AE 1093 CC Collapse of the Great Dynasty. Start of the Pretender Wars and the Shattered Dynasty Era.[24]
640 AE 1150 CC Last of the Shattered Dynasties collapse. Elona emerges as three allied provinces—Istan, Kourna, and Vabbi.[18]
757 AE 1267 CC Palawa Joko emerges, builds his Bone Palace in the Desolation, and subsequently launches assaults on neighboring regions.[18]
825 AE 1335 CC Mad King Thorn and the Lunatic Court are killed during a rebellion.[36]
851 AE 1361 CC Lord Odran, through countless sacrifices, opens permanent portals to The Mists and becomes the first recorded living mortal to enter The Rift.[13]
860 AE 1370 CC Nolani is founded.[24] Palawa Joko invades Elona, captures most of Vabbi, and earns the sobriquet "Scourge of Vabbi."[18]
862 AE 1372 CC Turai Ossa defeats Palawa Joko at the Battle of Jahai.[24] The Order of Whispers is established and seals away Palawa Joko.[37]
868 AE 1378 CC Turai Ossa leads the Great Pilgrimage into the Crystal Desert.[24]
872 AE 1382 CC Shiro Tagachi assassinates Emperor Angsiyan at the Harvest Temple. Saint Viktor, Archemorus, and Vizu kill Shiro, triggering the Jade Wind. Jade Sea turns to jade. Echovald Forest turns to petrified stone.[19] Beginning of Cantha's Age of the Dragon.[20]
874 AE 1384 CC Istan and Vabbi restore their clanmarshals. Kourna retains warmarshal ruler, Kunai Ossa. While Kunai Ossa refuses the Dynastic Crown, all warmarshals of Kourna are from the Ossa clan.[24]
898 AE 1408 CC The Great Northern Wall is erected.[38][13]
899 AE 1409 CC Great Fortress of Jahai established at the Grand Cataract.[24]
900 AE 1410 CC Successful merchant Amaki Voss establishes herself as the clanmarshal for life of the city of Makuun, becoming the first "prince" of Vabbi.[24]
902 AE 1412 CC Long-standing trade agreements between the Tyrian human kingdoms and the Canthan Empire dissolved by imperial decree.[19]
940 AE 1450 CC Cantha's embassy formally closed in Ascalon City and Elona. Corsair activity rises as a result of this.[24]
982 AE 1492 CC Second Great Corsair War begins.[24]
1013 AE 1523 CC The Third Guid War begins in Ascalon.[24][39]
1016 AE 1526 CC Second Great Corsair War ends with Seamarshal Matoha's defeat of Lady Glaive's Armada. Istan established as maritime power.[24]
1058 AE 1568 CC Emperor Kintah dies and is succeeded by his son Kisu, who becomes the 31st Canthan emperor.[24]
Events of Guild Wars: Prophecies begin.
1070 AE 1580 CC The Charr Invasion of Ascalon and The Searing.
The Beacon of Ages, also known as the "Wizard's Folly tower", has been relocated from Ascalon to the Horn of Maguuma.[40]
The Third Guild War between Ascalon, Kryta, and Orr abruptly concludes in response to the charr invasion.
1071 AE 1581 CC The Sinking of Orr.[6] The Bay of Sirens and Gulf of Jerick are merged and renamed the Sea of Sorrows.[13][41]
1072 AE 1582 CC Ascalonian refugees flee to Kryta. The Lich Lord attempts to open the Door of Komalie, and the mursaat are nearly wiped out. Glint's Flameseeker Prophecies come to an end. The Titans ravage across Tyria before being slain.
The Tomb of the Primeval Kings falls to mysterious demonic forces.[42]
Events of Guild Wars: Factions begin.
1072 AE 1582 CC In late fall,[43] Shiro Tagachi returns after 200 years, unleashing the Affliction plague in Cantha. Kuunavang is freed and allies with mortals.
Events of Guild Wars: Nightfall begin.
1075 AE 1585 CC Varesh Ossa brings about Nightfall. Palawa Joko is freed from his prison. Death of Abaddon and the Ascension of Kormir.
1077 AE 1587 CC Minister Reiko Murakami officially establishes the Ministry of Purity.[44]
Events of Guild Wars: Eye of the North begin.
1078 AE 1588 CC Primordus, the Elder Fire Dragon, stirs but does not awaken. The asura appear on the surface. The Transformation of the Dwarves. Pyre Fierceshot begins a rebellion against the Shaman caste.
Events of Guild Wars: Beyond begin.
1079 AE 1589 CC The Krytan civil war ends with the defeat of the White Mantle, and Princess Salma is crowned. All mursaat are wiped out from Tyria except for Lazarus the Dire who was in hiding. The last Seer dies, gifting the Shining Blade with the weapon of their namesake.[45] The Seraph are established.
The Ministry of Purity rise to power in Cantha.
1080 AE 1590 CC King Adelbern of Ascalon recalls the Ebon Vanguard; Ebonhawke is established.[6][46]
Minister Reiko, founder of the Ministery of Purity, is slain.
1088 AE 1598 CC Kryta unifies behind Queen Salma.[6]
1090 AE 1600 CC The charr High Legions take Ascalon City. The Foefire.[6]
1093 AE 1603 CC Palawa Joko raids along the Vabbian border to bolster his forces. Koss Dejarin and Lonai lead a Sunspear mission to attack Palawa Joko and fail.[47]
1105 AE 1615 CC The Durmand Priory is established in the Shiverpeaks. New Krytan is established as a central written language.[6]
1112 AE 1622 CC The charr erect the Black Citadel over the ruins of the city of Rin in Ascalon.[6]
1116 AE 1626 CC Kalla Scorchrazor leads the rebellion against the Flame Legion's shaman caste.[6]
1120 AE 1630 CC Primordus awakens and forces remaining subterranean races to the surface.[6][48]
1125 AE 1635 CC Last of the dwarves become stone.[49] The Zephyrites are formed as successors to the Brotherhood of the Dragon.[50][51]
1127 AE 1637 CC Emperor Usoku begins his campaign against the Kurzicks and the Luxons, unifies Cantha and begins purging non-humans and political enemies.[52]
1128 AE 1638 CC Construction of Tarir, the Forgotten City begins to house the second scion.[51]
1135 AE 1645 CC Palawa Joko begins his invasion of Elona, redirecting the River Elon.[53][54] Quicksand sinks the city of Kesho.[55]
1165 AE 1675 CC Jormag, the Elder Ice Dragon, awakens and creates a four year long snowstorm.[48][56]
1169 AE 1679 CC After hundreds of deaths in battle against Jormag's forces, the norn flee south and establish Hoelbrak.[56]
1173 AE 1685 CC Rata Novus is overrun by chak, 98% of the population is killed, and survivors abandon the city, relocating to Rata Arcanum.[57]
1175 AE 1685 CC Rata Arcanum is wiped out by the druids after Zinn attempted to terraform Draconis Mons.[57] Elona falls to Palawa Joko. The Order of the Sunspears are wiped out.[18]
1180 AE 1690 CC The centaur prophet Ventari dies by the Pale Tree, leaving the Ventari Tablet.[6]
Events of Guild Wars: Sea of Sorrows novel begin.
1219 AE 1729 CC Zhaitan, the Elder Undead Dragon, awakens.[48] Rising of Orr. Lion's Arch floods.[6]
Zhaitan's Great Tsunami destroys Old Kaineng. Kuunavang beseeches Soo-Won to leave the depths and defend Cantha.[58]
The tengu charge through Zhaitan's forces and establish the Dominion of Winds.[59]
1220 AE 1730 CC Divinity's Reach is founded in the Krytan province of Shaemoor.[6]
1229 AE 1739 CC The Risen destroy Port Stalwart.
1230 AE 1740 CC Corsairs and other pirates occupy the slowly drying ruins of Lion's Arch. Cobiah Marriner begins rebuilding the city.[6]
1231 AE 1740 CC Empress Haebaragi defeats the Crimson Skull in the Crimson Battle at Haiju Plains.[60]
1237 AE 1747 CC Empress Haebaragi disbands the Celestial Ministries, and forces the Ministry of Purity into hiding after a last stand at Zen Daijun.[61]
1256 AE 1766 CC Prince Edair establishes the Great Krytan Blockade before his fleet is destroyed by Risen forces.
1270 AE 1780 CC In Soo-Won's absence, a Deep-Sea danger takes over the Unending Ocean.[62] Quaggans and krait forced to the shores of Tyria.[63]
1275 AE 1785 CC Ulgoth the Mighty unites the Harathi and Tamini under Modniir rule in the centaur alliance to attack the human nation of Kryta.[64] A wave of refugees from Elona settle in Divinity's Reach.[65]
1302 AE 1812 CC The sylvari first appear along the Tarnished Coast, sprouting from the Pale Tree.[6]
1304 AE 1814 CC The sylvari Secondborn Awaken.[66]
1316 AE 1826 CC Jennah is crowned as the queen of Kryta.[67]
Events of Guild Wars: Edge of Destiny novel begin.
1319 AE 1829 CC Destiny's Edge is formed and kills one of Jormag's champions, the Dragonspawn, as well as several other dragons' champions.
1320 AE 1830 CC Kralkatorrik awakens and creates the Dragonbrand.[48] Glint is killed and her body retrieved by the Zephyrites. Breaking of Destiny's Edge.[50] Almorra's Massacre and founding of the Vigil. The Ogre Revolt and the Branded siege of Ebonhawke leads to humans and charr fighting together against a common enemy.
1321 AE 1831 CC The sylvari Ceara enters a Isolation Module made by Headmaster Omadd, and emerges as Scarlet Briar.
Events of Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon novel begin.
1324 AE 1834 CC Dougal Keane enters the crypts beneath Divinity's Reach. The Claw of the Khan-Ur is retrieved from Ascalon City Ruins and peace negotiations between humans and charr begin.
The Thaumanova Reactor is destroyed during an Inquest experiment led by Scarlet Briar.
Ogres invade Ascalon from the Blazeridge Mountains.
Events of the personal story begin.
1325 AE 1835 CC Claw Island is assaulted by Blightghast the Plaguebringer. The Pact is founded with Marshal Trahearne and the Pact Commander.
Yong Reactor finishes construction.[68]
1326 AE 1836 CC Zhaitan is defeated.[69]
Events of Living World Season 1 begin.
1326 AE 1836 CC The karka attack Lion's Arch, and Southsun Cove is discovered.
Scarlet Briar assaults Tyria through her alliances and Twisted Watchwork minions. Ellen Kiel is elected to the Captain's Council. The Zephyrites make their first known return to Tyria since Glint's death.
Tequatl gained more power after Zhaitan's death and its attacks had become more elaborate, but was eventually defeated.
1327 AE 1837 CC The Battle for Lion's Arch culminates in the defeat of Scarlet Briar and the destruction of Lion's Arch. Mordremoth, the Elder Jungle Dragon, awakens. Lion's Arch begins its rebuilding with the help of the Zephyrites and the Consortium.
Events of Living World Season 2 begin.
1327 AE 1837 CC The Zephyrites and their sanctuary crash in the Dry Top due to sabotage by Aerin.
The Pact musters forces of the five major nations of Central Tyria to confront Mordremoth.
1328 AE 1838 CC Lion's Arch finished its rebuilding with a new appearance, increased defenses and a aerodrome.
The Pact Fleet is destroyed by Mordrem forces.
Events of Heart of Thorns begin.
1328 AE 1838 CC After a 43-day campaign, [70] Mordremoth is defeated despite the Pact's setback.
Kralkatorrik moves towards Elona.[18]
White Mantle are revealed in the Forsaken Thicket.
Events of Living World Season 3 begin.
1329 AE 1839 CC Dragon's Watch is formed.
The White Mantle wage war on the Krytan throne. Aurene, the second scion of Glint, is born.
1330 AE 1840 CC Krytan civil war ends with White Mantle's defeat. The Elder Dragons Jormag and Primordus return to dormant status.
Events of Path of Fire begin.
1330 AE 1840 CC Balthazar wages war in the Crystal Desert.
Events of Living World Season 4 begin.
1330 AE 1840 CC Palawa Joko declares war on Central Tyria. Desmina seeks help in confronting Dhuum.
1331 AE 1841 CC Palawa Joko is defeated.
Kralkatorrik invades the Mists. Glint unites an army of spirits in resistance.
The fire djinn Qadim makes a bet with the water djinn Zommoros.
Zephyrites recover and bring back the Festival of the Four Winds.
1332 AE 1842 CC The Elder Crystal Dragon, Kralkatorrik, is slain after ravaging the Mists. Dragon Bash returns, celebrating Kralkatorrik's defeat.
Aurene becomes the Elder Dragon of Crystal and Light.
Qadim invades the Hidden City of Ahdashim.
Events of The Icebrood Saga begin.
1332 AE 1842 CC Imperator Bangar Ruinbringer holds an All-Legion Rally, initiating a charr civil war. Jormag begins to stir again in the Far Shiverpeaks.
1333 AE 1843 CC Charr civil war ends.
Braham Eirsson is called upon by the Spirits of the Wild as norn of prophecy.
Jormag and Primordus reawaken.
1334 AE 1844 CC The Elder Dragons of Fire and Ice, Primordus and Jormag, destroy each other and the released magic flows south.[71]
Events of End of Dragons begin.
1335 AE 1845 CC The Aetherblades return to Central Tyria.
The first Elder Dragon, Soo-Won, becomes corrupted. The Pact Commander declares the Age of Aurene begins.
The Empire of Cantha reopens its borders.
The Jade Brotherhood encounters mysterious problems in an ancient Luxon mine.
1336 AE 1846 CC Aurene departs and takes her place as conduit for the magical balance of the world.
Events of Secrets of the Obscure begin.
1336 AE 1846 CC Present day.
The Wizard's Tower mysteriously disappears from Garenhoff.

Eras chronicled by the Wizard's Court[edit]

See also[edit]

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  1. ^ Fallout
    Kuunavang: The Void is raw magic—chaos incarnate. In the beginning, everything was Void.
    Kuunavang: Then the Mother Dragon, Soo-Won, brought order, splitting the Void into six domains of magic.
    Kuunavang: She could not maintain that order alone, so she took on the domain of water and gave the others to the five Elder Dragons.
    Kuunavang: It was on that foundation that all material life on Tyria flourished.
  2. ^ Mother's Lament
    Aurene: What is this place?
    Soo-Won: It was the beginning...
    Soo-Won: Where I brought my children into being when all was timeless, cold, and empty...
  3. ^ Scholar Caterin
    Scholar Caterin: As a matter of fact, I'm pursuing that line of inquiry now. In jotun stela writings, we've found references to a sextet of "swallowers" who are said to have consumed the world several times over.
  4. ^ Prosperity's Mystery
    Book: The very existence of these tales, however, indicates that the dragons have awakened at least twice in history. (The word "mordremoth?" is heavily scratched into the margins.)
  5. ^ The Ruined City of Arah explorable Jotun path
    Varra Skylark: This is an amazing discovery! The jotun's sky-sweeper shows a stellar match with the last time the dragons awoke.
    <Character name>: When was that last time?
    Varra Skylark: Around ten thousand years ago. You know what this means? The Elder Dragons may have been responsible for the extinction of the Giganticus Lupicus!
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Timeline in the novels Ghosts of Ascalon, Edge of Destiny, and Sea of Sorrows.
  7. ^ a b c Enduring Icicle
  8. ^ Historian Tranton
  9. ^ Mursaat Lore Tablet
  10. ^ The Ruined City of Arah explorable Seer path
    Randall Greyston: The seers were a magical race, once close allies to the mursaat.
    Randall Greyston: When the Elder Dragons first awoke, they gathered the unspoiled magic in the world and locked it within a great artifact—the first bloodstone.
  11. ^ GuildMag issue #1 Interview with Ree Soesbee, GuildMag.com
  12. ^ Iron Mines of Moladune
    Seer: For centuries my kind has fought the Mursaat. I know the rituals that can give you at least some protection from their agonizing touch.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h Guild Wars Prophecies manual
  14. ^ The Forgotten Not Forgotten
  15. ^ Return to Camp Resolve
    Eir Stegalkin: Ancient, wise, powerful. She had the gift of prophecy and the burden of three thousand years of memories. She warned us about dragons taking over the world. They feast, she said, on all life.
  16. ^ Crystalline Memories
    Glint: I remember only fragments from the days before the Forgotten performed their ritual on me.
    Glint: Though I still feel a connection to Kralkatorrik, it no longer compels my actions. My will is my own.
    Glint: I am free. I see Tyria as I have never seen it before.
  17. ^ "Chapter 26: Seeking the Sanctum", Edge of Destiny by J. Robert King:
    "Do you?" roared the dragon, rearing up and spreading her wings through the vault. "I am Glint, Keeper of the Flameseeker Prophecies, Protector of the Forgotten, Foe of the Lich Lord, and Downfall of the Titans! Three thousand years ago, I was set here as a guardian of the world. Three hundred years ago, I welcomed heroes such as yourselves, hailing them as the Chosen who would destroy the titans and save the world. But did they remember? Did not the very heroes that I sent return to battle me again? And now you come to slay me?" [...]
    The dragon’s great eyes went gray. "I can hear the thoughts of creatures. I am an oracle. I heard their plots against my master, stopped them before they reached him, killed them in their tracks. But I also felt their agony, their loss. It grieved me."
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h i Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire—Road to the Desert
  19. ^ a b c d e f g h Guild Wars Factions manual
  20. ^ a b c d e f g h i An Empire Divided
  21. ^ Bad Blood
    Magister Sieran: Older than that. The dwarven civilization lasted for more than two thousand years, and this might be one of their first structures.
  22. ^ Collect evidence of Kryptis infiltration
  23. ^ Thrulnn the Lost
  24. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v Guild Wars Nightfall manual
  25. ^ Scriptures of Dwayna.
  26. ^ Historical Monument of King's Watch
  27. ^ Scriptures of Grenth
  28. ^ Scriptures of Balthazar
  29. ^ Scriptures of Melandru
  30. ^ Scriptures of Lyssa
  31. ^ Bloodstone
  32. ^ Scriptures of Abaddon
  33. ^ Horde of Darkness
  34. ^ Sky Scholar
    Sky Scholar: Once the Desolation was a fruitful place; a valley of verdant growth and splendor.
  35. ^ Haiju Hatchery Historic Plaque
  36. ^ Wynn
  37. ^ Monument to the Defeat of Palawa Joko
  38. ^ Ruined Wall
  39. ^ Orrian History Scrolls
  40. ^ Heavy Book
  41. ^ Quiz Terminal
  42. ^ Letters from Kuro
  43. ^ Letters from Togo
  44. ^ John Stumme's timeline leading up to Winds of Change
  45. ^ The Shining Blade Manual (complete)
  46. ^ The Founding
  47. ^ Koss on Koss (Extended Edition)
  48. ^ a b c d The Elder Dragons
  49. ^ Assault the Hill
    <Character name>: I'd heard dwarves were extinct. Are there many left?
    Ogden Stonehealer: As a race of flesh and blood, we became extinct over 200 years ago. We made a great sacrifice to defeat the destroyers, servants of the Elder Dragon Primordus.
    <Character name>: I'd like to hear more about that.
    Ogden Stonehealer: Our king protected us with a ritual. Unfortunately, it turned us to stone, immortal but not invulnerable. It strengthened our spirits, and the few survivors fight far below the ground.
  50. ^ a b Short Story: The Trek of the Zephyrites
  51. ^ a b A Study in Gold
  52. ^ The Movement of the World: Cantha
  53. ^ Cavalier Scout Nuri
  54. ^ The Movement of the World: Elona
  55. ^ The Way Forward
    Elder Muriel: A city swallowed whole by the desert itself... Kesho. Yes.
    Assistant Foreman Kofi: Kesho... Ah, yes, that's the name. Vlast's birthplace. Swallowed by the desert, according to legend.
  56. ^ a b Thyrie Bylund
  57. ^ a b M.O.X.
  58. ^ Fallout
    Kuunavang: I felt it when she woke. All those of the sea did—a presence powerful enough to drive back the shadows in the depths.
    Kuunavang: But it was not until Zhaitan that I sought her out. An act of desperation to save what was left of a land I loved.
  59. ^ Hayato
  60. ^ Haiju Plains Historic Plaque
  61. ^ Dissolution of the Ministry of Purity, 1747 CC
  62. ^ Magister Ela Makkay
  63. ^ The Mostly Harmless Quaggan
  64. ^ Seraph Soldier
  65. ^ Divinity Guide
  66. ^ Post by Angel McCoy, Old Guild Wars 2 Forums (Archived)
  67. ^ Opening Ceremony
    Queen Jennah: As the city celebrates my tenth year as Kryta's monarch, we also celebrate the resilience of the human spirit.
  68. ^ Weight of the World
    Observations: Reactor: 1835 CC
    That's it. It's done. The reactor is sealed, and Soo-Won is resting. [...]
  69. ^ Conspiracy of Dunces
  70. ^ The Conspiracy of Dunces journals place the start of the campaign on 30 Zephyr, 1328 AE and the defeat of Mordremoth around 74 Zephyr, 1328 AE.
  71. ^ Taimi
    <Character name>: Any update on the flow of magic from the dragons' deaths?
    Taimi: Directionally, it went south. The distance is unexpectedly far, so it'll take longer to triangulate. But we're getting closer to knowing.
  72. ^ Lazarus the Dire (plaque)
  73. ^ Heavy Book
  74. ^ Letter from Wayfinder Aziure