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This page holds an timeline of the Warhammer World. Please note that this is an abridged timeline. It lists only major events in history, and does not go into great detail. For more information visit the individual timeline pages for each race (forthcoming), or the various pages on historical events.

For the sake of simplicity, dates here are given using the Imperial Calendar only. However, there are other calendars in use by other races. Each kindred of Elves has their own calendar, as do the Dwarfs. Approximate dates will be preceded by the circa (c.) symbol.

What to include on this timeline:

  • Major Battles which had a major impact on history. In particular, battles which have their own articles on this wiki.
  • The start and end of large wars such as the Great War Against Chaos.
  • The deaths and births of the most important characters. People such as Nagash, Malekith and Sigmar for instance.
  • The creation and destruction of various races, nations and factions.
  • The coronation and deaths of the Phoenix Kings.
  • Other very important events that have shaped the history of the world.

What not to include:

  • Information about minor characters (who didn't do anything very noteworthy) which do not have their own articles. Leaders of factions, such as the Dwarf High Kings, are accepted.
  • Information about battles which did not alter the course of history.

For the sake of readability, this timeline has been divided into four unofficial Eras.

Timeline

Ancient Era

Imperial Calendar Event Sources
? The Ancient Past
Most of the Warhammer World is gripped by an ice age. Dragons rule the skies.
Primeval creatures such as Shaggoths, Stonehorns and Stegadons prowl the land.
[1]
c. –15000 The Dawn of Creation
The Old Ones travel across the stars on silver ships and arrive in the Warhammer World, settling in Lustria.
The Old Ones create the first spawnings of Slann, Saurus, Skinks and Kroxigor.
[2][3]
c. –10000 The other spawnings of Slann are created. Itza is founded as the first Temple-City of the Lizardmen.
Other Temple-Cities follow thereafter with some in The Southlands, such as Zlatlan.
The world's orbit is shifted, ending the ice age, and the continents are split up, creating the Great Ocean.
Elves are created and placed on the island continent Ulthuan. Afterwards, dwarfs, humans and halflings are created.
Try as they might, legions of Saurus are unable to completely wipe out the Greenskins.
The Old Ones create Warpgates above the poles in order to travel between worlds.
[4][5]
c. –5700 The Ogres are created by the Old Ones to help stop the spread of Chaos. [6]
c. –5600 The Coming of Chaos / The Great Catastrophe
The Warp Gates collapse, causing the Coming of Chaos.
The Old Ones mysteriously vanish.
At the poles, permanent rifts open to the Realm of Chaos, creating the Chaos Wastes.
Chaos energy (raw magic) and warpstone flood into the world, mutating humans and animals into Skaven and Beastmen.
During this time many primitive human tribes begin to worship the Chaos Gods.
Led by Be'lakor, armies of Chaos Daemons march across the world, assaulting the Lizardmen, Elves, Dwarfs and others.
The Lord of Change Kairos Fateweaver brings about the downfall of Xahutec.
Huatl, Tlanxla and many other cities fall. Despite the efforts of Kroq-Gar, Xhotl falls.
Soon all the first-generation Slann are slain save for Lord Kroak.
[7]
c. –5600 to c. 0 The Time of the Beast
The Beastmen remember this period as a golden age when Beastmen were supreme and the primitive humans were prey.
[8]
c. –5500 Time of the Ancestor Gods
Led by the Ancestor Gods, the Dwarfs migrate north, colonizing the World's Edge Mountains and creating the Karaz Ankor.
Some go further north into Norsca and polar regions, others head east to the Dark Lands and Mountains of Mourn.
[9]
c. –5000 Lustria Besieged
Under assault by daemonic legions, the forces of the Lizardmen are pushed back to Lustria.
The Slann cast a great spell, turning the jungles of Lustria into a deathtrap of carnivorous plants and venomous creatures.
Xlanhuapec is shrouded with mist, to protect sacred artifacts of the Old Ones.
[10][11]
c. –4889 Led by the Great Unclean One Ku'gath Plaguefather, a host of daemons assault the Dwarf realm, destroying many holds.
They then attack attack Karaz-a-Karak, but are beaten back.
[12]
–4523 Founding of the Everpeak
Valaya retreats to Karaz-a-Karak during the Coming of Chaos. The Dwarfs begin their recorded history.
The first two pillars of the thousand which hold up the Great Hall are hewn from rock.
[13]
c. –4500 Pahaux is overrun by a host of daemons. Now only 6 Temple-cities remain, and the situation is dire. [14]
c. –4498 Coronation of Aenarion
Aenarion passes through the sacred flame at the Shrine of Asuryan, is crowned Phoenix King of the Elves
Aenarion marries the Everqueen Astarielle, who gives birth to Morelion and Yvraine.
The Elves temporarily drive the Daemons out of Ulthuan. High Elf calendar begins.
[15]
c. –4470 to –4468 The Sword of Khaine
The Daemons return and Astarielle is slain by N'Kari, a powerful Keeper of Secrets.
Yvraine and Morelion are saved and secreted away by the Treeman Durthu.
In grief, Aenarion travels to the Shrine of Khaine on the The Blighted Isle and draws the Widowmaker, cursing his line forever.
[16]
–4458 Malekith is born to Aenarion and his second wife, Morathi. [17]
c. –4450 The Defence of Itza
For four centuries, daemons lay siege to Itza.
In the final battle, 12 Bloodthirsters breach the sanctum and tear Lord Kroak apart.
At the last moment, Kroak's spirit summons a mighty spell, banishing the attacking daemons and delivering Itza from destruction.
With the passing of Lord Kroak, the first generation of Slann are no more.
[18]
–4421 Grimnir meets Caledor Dragontamer, and from him learns of the Chaos portals at the poles.
Elf-Dwarf relations are established.
Grungni creates the Throne of Power for his son Snorri Whitebeard.
[19]
–4420 Departure of the Ancestor Gods
Grimnir travels towards the Chaos Wastes to do battle with daemons and is never seen again.
The other Ancestor Gods disappear shortly thereafter.
[20]
–4419 The Great Ritual, Battle of the Isle of the Dead
The Great Vortex is created by Caledor Dragontamer, draining magical power and ending the Daemon incursion.
Aenarion is mortally wounded defending Caledor, battling and killing four Greater Daemons at once.
Aenarion's dragon Indraugnir flies him to the Blighted Isle, where he returns the Widowmaker before dying.
Bel-Shanaar of Tiranoc is crowned the new Phoenix King by the war-weary elves, rather than Malekith.
[21]
–4119 The Dwarfs name Snorri Whitebeard as their first High King.
Snorri and Malekith drive the remnants of Chaos from the Old World. Trade flourishes. Dwarf and High Elf Golden Age begins.
The Elves begin to found colonies in the Old World, long before human nations arise.
Malekith marries Alisara, sister of Ariel, but she later flees to the colonies.
[22]
c. –3900 The Chaos Dwarfs
The isolated Dwarfs who had settled the Dark Lands turn to the worship of dark Hashut, becoming the Chaos Dwarfs.
[23]
c. –3894 The Temple-City of Chupayotl sinks into the sea. The Lustrian Slann lose contact with Zlatlan and the Southlands.
Rumours arise of an aquatic race dwelling in the sunken city.
[24]
–3419 The heretical Cult of Pleasure, secretly headed by Morathi, begins to spread it's influence across Nagarythe and all of Ulthuan. [25]
–2839 Bel-Shannar visit Karaz-a-Karak and signs an oath of eternal friendship between Elves and Dwarfs. [26]
c. –2751 or –2749 Massacre at the Shrine of Asuryan
Bel-Shanaar is framed and poisoned by Malekith, who demands to be Phoenix King.
At the Shrine of Asuryan, the Princes refuse to elect Malekith and he kills them.
Malekith enters the sacred flame and is burned. He flees to the Kingdom of Nagarythe and dons the Armour of Midnight.
[27][28]
c. prior to –2750 The first human civilization arises in Cathay, far east of the Old World. They are led by a celestial Dragon-Emperor. [29]
–2750 The Great Maw and The Big Migration
A warpstone comet strikes the Ogre Homelands near Cathay, annihilating most Ogres and creating The Great Maw.
The remaining Ogre tribes head west in The Big Migration.
Xen-Huong is Celestial Dragon-Emperor of Cathay, which is known for it's astromancers.
[30]
–2748 The Civil War of the Elves
Malekith, Morathi and his supporters launch an invasion of Ulthuan's other Kingdoms, taking Tiranoc and Ellyrion.
Caledor I is crowned the new Phoenix King of the High Elves.
[31]
c. –2748 The Warpstone Comet burrows to the other side of the world, emerging as a great Malestrom in the sea. [32]
–2745 to –2735 War in the Sky
The Ogres ascend the mountains of the Ancient Giant Lands, the world's highest mountains.
The Ogres kill and eat most of the Sky Titans, those who are left inbreed and become Giants.
[33]
–2724 Battle of Maledor
The Elven Civil War culminates when Caledor I is victorious and slays Malekith's dragon Sulekh. Malekith retreats.
[34]
–2723 The Sundering
In desperation, Malekith tries unsuccessfully to destroy the Great Vortex.
Seeing their opportunity, a host of daemons supports Malekith.
The resulting magical backlash causes a huge tsunami. Tiranoc, Nagarythe and most of north-western Ulthuan is sunk.
Malekith, Morathi and their supporters sail west, becoming the Druchii (Dark Elves).
Meanwhile, the Elves of Ulthuan become the Asur (High Elves). This event is known as The Sundering.

Classical Era

Imperial Calendar Event Sources
–2722 Founding of Naggaroth
The Dark Elves sail into the Sea of Chill and reach the cold, bleak western continent.
The Dark Elves found the kingdom of Naggaroth, named for Nagarythe.
The city of Naggarond is founded, with other cities following thereafter.
[35]
–2720 Founding of the Ogre Kingdoms
The Ogres leave the Ancient Giant Lands and settle in the Mountains of Mourn, creating the Ogre Kingdoms.
Those who remain transform into icy Yheetees over time.
[36]
–2600 Morathi founds the Convent of Sorceresses, construction begins on the citadel of Ghrond. [37]
–2599 Griffon Gate is the first great fortress completed in Ulthuan, it is followed by Phoenix Gate and Eagle Gate. [38]
prior to c. –2500 Nomadic human tribes living on the Vitae River develop civilization and the city of Khemri is founded by Nehek. [39]
–2500 Rise of Nehekhara
Settra becomes ruler of Khemri and is crowned as the first of the Priest Kings.
He conquers many neighbouring cities, creating the kingdom of Nehekhara.
[40]
–2460 Settra becomes afraid of death, and founds the Mortuary Cult to discover the secret of eternal life.
The Priests of the Mortuary Cult will eventually become the Liche Priests.
[41]
–2423 The Cursed Temple-City
The Lizardmen discover that Xahutec is the site of a permanent rift to the Realm of Chaos.
Daemons sally forth, but the Slann are able to close the breach.
[42][43]
–2350 Settra perishes, his mummified body is interred within a pyramid to await his Reign of Millions of Years. [44]
–2343 The Dark Elves begin to explore the caverns under Hag Graef and discover the Underworld Sea, finding Cold Ones. [45]
–2198 Caledor I recaptures the Blighted Isle from the Dark Elves, and chooses not to draw the Sword of Khaine.
Upon return, his ship is blown off course to the Naggaroth coast.
Attacked by Dark Elves, he jumps into the sea to avoid capture. jumps into the sea when his ship is attacked by Dark Elves.
Caledor II is crowned Phoenix King.
[46]
–2130 The Ogre Tyrant Argut Skullcrusher confronts the Bloodthirster Baaltor in single combat on the Plain of Zharr.
After 40 days of battle, mortally wounded Argut entombs Baaltor beneath the Daemon's Stump.
[47]
–2005 The Great Betrayal
Disguised as High Elves, Dark Elf warriors attack a Dwarf caravan.
[48]
c. –2500 to 2000 The human city of Tylos is founded in the Blighted Marshes between modern day Tilea and Estalia.
Over the next few centuries the civilization of Tylos grows powerful and trades with Dwarfs, who call it Kavzar.
[49]
–2000 Birth of Nagash, the second son of King Khetep of Khemri, in Nehekhara. [50]
–1997 The War of the Beard / The War of Vengeance
High King Gotrek Starbreaker sends an ambassador to Caledor II to demand compensation.
The Elves shave the ambassador's beard and expel him.
The War of the Beard begins, with Dwarfs attacking High Elf colonies in what will one day be called the Old World.
[51][52]
c. –1997 Discovery of Black Powder
Dwarf alchemists first experiment with black powder, but it is not used in weapons yet.
[53]
–1974 Gotrek Starbreaker's son, Snorri Halfhand, challenges Caledor II to single combat and is slain. [54]
-1968 Dark Elves are shipwrecked on the coast of Nehekhara. Nagash captures and tortures them to learn the secrets of Dark Magic. [55]
-1950 to -1600 The Reign of Terror
Nagash murders his brother Thutep and becomes King of Khemri.
He creates the Elixir of Life to attain immortality and directs the construction of the Black Pyramid.
Nagash and his vizier Arkhan the Black raise an army of the dead to conquer Nehekhara.
In -1600 they are defeated by the Army of the Seven Kings, and Arkhan is killed. Nagash flees north to plot his revenge.
[56]
-1800 Unification of Cathay, Construction of the Great Bastion
The Dragon Emperor unites all of Cathay into a single empire.
Within a century, the massive Great Bastion is completed to defend Cathay's northern border.
[57]
–1780 Tylos completes construction of a large temple with a bell, coinciding with strange portents from Morrslieb.
Within a year the city is overrun by chaotic rat-men
Many humans flee the city under the guidance of Myrmidia.
Those who head west found the cities of Estalia, those who head east found Tilea.
[58]
–1745 Har Ganeth becomes the center of the Cult of Khaine. [59]
–1666 Battle of Despair
A huge army of Chaos Warriors sails to Naggaroth, laying siege to Ghrond.
Naggarond is saved when the Witch King leads a flight of Black Dragons to win the day.
[60]
–1660 The Battle of the Three Towers, Anlec is raised
Gotrek Starbreaker kills Caledor II at the 14th Siege of Tor Alessi (modern day L'Anguille).
Gotrek takes the Phoenix Crown and retreats. The High Elves prepare a suicidal attack on the Everpeak.
Word comes that the Dark Elves have invaded Ulthuan, raising the fortress of Anlec.
Caradryel is crowned as the new Phoenix King.
The weary High Elves withdraw, the War of the Beard / War of Vengeance finally comes to a close.
[61]
–1600 Founding of Skavenblight
The Skaven emerge as the masters of Skavenblight, their new capital where Tylos/Kavzar once stood.
[62]
–1520 Creation of the Vampires
Queen Neferata of Lahmia attempts to re-create the Elixir of Life. Those who drink her false elixir become the first vampires.
W'soran and Ushoran eagerly accept, but proud Abhorash must be tricked into becoming a vampire.
[63]
–1589 to -1501 The Wood Elves
Caradryel withdraws High Elf armies from the colonies. Many colonists refuse to leave, retreating into Athel Loren.
The colonists declare themselves independent, becoming the Asrai (Wood Elves). Wood Elf calendar begins.
[64]
–1500 The Time of Woes, Beginning of the The Goblin Wars
As part of the Great Plan, Lord Quex and other Slann use the Geomantic Web to make a minor continental shift.
The Dwarf realm is rent by huge earthquakes, many holds are damaged, and the underway is partially ruined.
The hold of Karak Ungor falls to Night Goblins, who rename it Red Eye Mountain.
Disaster at Skavenblight, Founding of the Under-Empire
A Great Machine is created to crack the earth open and make room for the growing Skaven population.
The Great Machine of the Skaven Grey Seers backfires, devastating Skavenblight.
The Council of Thirteen emerges to rule. Many Skaven clans migrate out of Skavenblight, creating the Under-Empire.
Clan Skryre stays in Skavenblight to create their arcane workshops.
[65]
–1499 Karak Varn is lost to despoiling Skaven and Night Goblins. [66]
–1498 The Ekrund mines in the Dragonback Mountains are lost to Greenskins.
The watchtowers at Mad Dog Pass fall to Night Goblins.
[67]
–1457 The gold mines at Gunbad fall to Night Goblins. They are the richest in the Old World and the only source of Brightstone. [68]
c. –1450 Clan Moulder and the Founding of Hell Pit
Led by Malskrit, Clan Moulder travel north to Troll Country where they establish the stronghold of Hell Pit.
In the Mountains of Mourn, a dragon mortally wounds Vistrik, but his clan heads east to Cathay.
[69]
c. –1420 At least one Skaven clan is seen in Araby. [70]
–1399 Clan Pestilens in Lustria
The Arabyan Skaven tunnel under the Great Ocean, arriving in Lustria.
Unbeknownst to the Lizardmen, they occupy the ruined Temple-City of Quetza.
The Skaven begin succumb to tropical diseases, and cry out to the Horned Rat.
Their god grants them resistance to diseases, and they become Clan Pestilens. The order of Plague Monks is created.
The Skaven begin to spread their plagues, beginning over a millennia of war against the Lizardmen.
[71]
–1387 to -1367 The Silver Road Wars
Part of the Goblin Wars. Mount Silverspear holds out for 20 years before falling to Urk Grimfang's Waaagh!
The Greenskins rename the peak Mount Grimfang.
[72]
c. –1300 The War for Cripple Peak
The Skaven begin a long war against Nagash for Cripple Peak and it's warpstone deposits.
[73]
c. –1200 Alcadizaar the Conqueror is crowned King of Khemri and reunites Nehekhara.
His realm extends north to the modern Border Princes.
The Council of Thirteen signs a treaty with Nagash.
[74]
–1170 The Priest Kings unite to drive the vampires from Lahmia. The surviving vampires flee north to Nagashizzar. [75]
–1163 to –1152 Supported by the Vampires of Lahmia, Nagash renews his war on the Priest Kings.
King Alcadizaar's alliance defeats Nagash's first attack. All the vampires but W'soran flee to escape Nagash's wrath.
Nagash releases a plague, decimating the living and bolstering his undead. Alcadizaar is captured and brought to Nagashizzar.
[76]
–1151 Nagash's Great Ritual, Birth of the Tomb Kings
Nagash prepares a great spell to transform Nehekhara into a land of Undeath.
The Skaven free Alcadizaar, arming him with the Fellblade. Alcadizaar kills Nagash and flees north with the Crown of Sorcery.
The spell spirals out of control, killing everything in Nehekhara and transforming it into The Land of the Dead.
The mummified kings of Nehekhara awaken and swear vengeance on Nagash, becoming the Tomb Kings.
The Skaven burn Nagash's body and melt his bones, but his hand crawls away.
[77]
–1147 The human sorcerer Kadon finds the body of Alcadizaar and takes the Crown of Sorcery, founding the city of Mourkain. [78]
–1125 Winter of Woe
An Orc Waaagh! has almost reached the Oak of Ages, the existence of Athel Loren is threatened.
The Wood Elves make a sacrificial pact with the spirits of the forest, binding their fates together.
Ariel and Orion become the immortal King and Queen of the wood, bringing forth the spring and destroying the Greenskins.
[79]
–1020 The Kingdom of Strigos
A Waaagh! sweeps through the Badlands. Kadon is killed, the Crown of Sorcery is carried north.
Ushoran usurps Kadon and turns the Mourkain nobility into vampires.
Ushoran expands the power of Mourkain over the Badlands, founding the kingdom of Strigos.
[80][81]
–1002 The High Liche Priest Intarep the Mad accidentally opens a rift to the Realm of Chaos.
Armies of Daemons invade The Land of the Dead, but the portal is closed when Settra hurls Intarep into the rift.
[82]
c. –1000 Human Bretonni tribes settle in the lands west of Athel Loren and the Grey Mountains.
Their attempts to penetrate Athel Loren end in disaster, and the Bretonni avoid the forest.
Around the same time a new breed of Greenskin, Gnoblars, become common south of the Mountains of Mourn.
[83]
–996 Caradryel becomes the first Phoenix King to die peacefully in bed.
Tethlis the Slayer, a war hero and one of Caradryel's generals, becomes the new Phoenix King.
[84]
–986 The Scouring
Tethlis begins to mercilessly drive the Dark Elves out of Ulthuan. The Dark Elves refer to him as "The Butcher".
[85]
–951 The Green Mist
The Skaven of Clan Pestilens take the ruins of Conqueso under cover of a poisonous vapour.
[86]
–815 The Secret War
The eternal Beastman Bray-Shaman Morghur the Corruptor launches an invasion of Athel Loren.
The elves term this creature Cyanathair, and begin a Secret War in the forests.
[87]
–813 Battle of Anguish
Morhgur is finally slain by the Ancient Treeman Coeddil at the Battle of Anguish in the Glade of Woe.
[88]
c. –800 Around this time, Gnoblars join Ogre society to avoid enslavement by Chaos Dwarfs. [89]
–696 In The Shadowlands, the Dark Elf fortress of Anlec is destroyed by the High Elves. [90]
–691 Battle of the Waves, Second High Elf Golden Age
After defeating the Dark Elves, Tethlis dies under mysterious circumstances on the Blighted Isle.
Bel-Korhadris the Scholar is chosen as the new Phoenix King, and begins to rebuild the nation.
[91]
–513 Fall of Karak Eight Peaks
One by one, the eight mountains of Karak Eight Peaks falls to Night Goblins and Skaven Clan Mors.
Led by King Lunn, the besieged Dwarfs seal the ancestor vaults before fighting their way out.
Lunn vows to one day return and take back his home.
Skaven and Greenskins continue to battle for control. The Skaven rename the hold the City of Pillars.
[92]
c. –500 Human tribes such as the Unberogens and Teutogens dwell in what will one day become The Empire.
They war with Greenskins, Beastmen and each other, building walled settlements.
[93]
–469 Karak Azgal falls to Orcs, who are massacred when a Dragon takes up residence.
Greenskins then conquer Karak Drazh, driving out the Dwarfs and renaming the mountain Black Crag.
Karak Azul is besieged but survives due to an influx of refugees from the other holds.
[94]
–380 Waaagh! Ugrok
The horde of Orc Warboss Ugrok Beardburner assaults Karaz-a-Karak and captures High King Logan Proudbeard.
Karaz-a-Karak does not fall, but Logan never recovers from his great shame.
Early, primitive cannons are used to defend the great hold.
[95]
–326 The Dwarf hold of Silver Pinnacle is conquered by Neferata, it becomes a stronghold for Lahmian vampires. [96]
–312 Coeddil's Betrayal
Coeddil is driven mad by Morghur, leading Drycha and an army of Dryads to disrupt the rebirth of Orion.
Coeddil is defeated by Ariel and magically imprisoned in the Wildwood.
[97]
–238 Kaledor Maglen discovers the Black Way in the Underworld Sea which leads west to the Far Sea and south to Lustria. [98]
–215 Dark Elf raiders use the Black Way to infiltrate Lustria and steal the Star Stela of Quetli, along with much treasure. [99]
–200 The Doom of Strigos
The city of Mourkain is sacked by the Waaagh! of Warboss Garsnag Craktoof.
Strigos is destroyed, and the Strigoi vampires flee into the wild, becoming bestial outcasts.
[100]
–100 Black Orc Rebellion
The enslaved Black Orcs rebel against the Chaos Dwarfs and are expelled from Zharr Naggrund.
Some head west to the World's Edge Mountains, Badlands and Old World, others head east and invade the Ogre Kingdoms.
[101]
–40 Resurrection of Nagash 1,111 years after his death at the hands of Alcadizaar. [102][103][104]
–30 The Twin-Tailed Comet
A Twin-Tailed Comet appears in the sky, foreshadowing great events
Birth of Sigmar in the Unberogen tribe.
[105]
–15 Sigmar rescues Dwarf High King Kurgan Ironbeard from Orcs, forging an alliance that will last millennia.
Ironbeard gifts Sigmar Ghal Maraz in gratitude, and Dwarfs teach humans how to forge iron and steel.
[106]
–1 Battle of Black Fire Pass
Led by Sigmar, a combined army of human tribes and Dwarfs defeat a Waaagh! in Black Fire Pass.
The alliance crushes the Greenskins, driving most of them out of the Old World, temporarily.
[107]

The Age of Man

Imperial Calendar Event Sources
1 Founding of The Empire, Rise of the Everchosen
Morkar the Uniter becomes the first Everchosen of Chaos and leads an army of Chaos south.
Morkar's host of warriors, beastmen and daemons is defeated and the Everchosen is killed by Sigmar.
Sigmar is crowned as the first Emperor and The Empire is founded.
Sigmar drives the remaining Norsii tribes north, and the Ungols drive them further, into Norsca.
The Prophecy of Sotek, The Fall of Chaqua
In Lustria, the Temple-City of Chaqua is abandoned due to the virulent Skaven plagues.
The Twin-Tailed Comet is seen, Tehenhuain preaches the prophecy of Sotek the serpent god.
[108][109][110]
15 Battle of the River Reik
Nagash leads an undead force into The Empire to reclaim the Crown of Sorcery.
Leading an army, Sigmar defeats and kills Nagash on the banks of the River Reik.
The vampires refuse to aid Nagash, and so he curses them with a weakness to the power of Sigmar.
[111]
50 Sigmar travels east and disappears. The system of elected Emperors begins. [112]
73 The Cult of Sigmar spreads across The Empire. Johann Helsturm becomes the first Grand Theogonist. [113]
c. 100 Alaric the Mad creates the Runefangs and presents them to Emperor Hedrich, who gives one to each Elector Count. [114]
100 The Rat and the Serpent, the Skaven Civil War
Tehenhuain leads a vast army of red crested skinks against the Skaven.
Mountains of Skaven are sacrificed to Sotek, and Clan Pestilens are driven from Lustria.
The ruins of Quetza are scoured by a swarm of snakes, but the plagues remain.
Led by Nurglitch, Clan Pestilens return to Skavenblight and demand a seat on the Council of Thirteen, beginning a civil war.
[115][116]
111 Ku'gath Plaguefather once more assaults Karaz-a-Karak and once more he is repulsed. [117][118]
211 The Dark Elves complete construction of The Watchtowers along their northern border with the Chaos Wastes. [119]
253 The vampire Abhorash slays a dragon. After drinking it's blood, he finds his thirst for blood is cured.
His followers travel the world, training their skill until they can emulate him.
[120]
315 Reclaimation of the Star Stela
Lord Tepec-Inzi and Gor-Rok lead an army into Naggaroth.
A Dark Elf army is crushed, and the Star Stela is recovered.
[121]
487 Battle of the Silverspire
The immortal, chaotic creature Morghur is reborn and his beastmen assault the Silverspire.
Orion leads a great host in it's defence, slaughtering many innocent humans in his way.
Orion tears Morghur limb from limb and burns his body. The Secret War continues.
[122]
499 The White Tower of Hoeth is completed and the order of Sword Masters created.
Bel-Korhadris' peaceful reign ends and he is buried beneath the tower's foundations.
Aethis the Poet is elected as the new Phoenix King.
[123]
c. 500 The High Elves begin trading with Cathay for silk, jade and spices.
Return of Clan Eshin
Clan Eshin returns from Cathay, have mastered the arts of stealth from eastern ninjas.
[124][125]
501 Jutone lands are conquered by Emperor Sigismund II. Marienburg and surrounds become the province of Westerland. [126]
590 Karak Vrag, last Dwarf hold in the Mountains of Mourn, falls to an Ogre army led by Trug Legchomper after centuries of siege. [127]
c. 600 Skaven Civil War Ends
After taking the Southlands and devastating the Under-Empire, Clan Pestilens takes a spot on the Council.
[128]
770 The lands of the Bretonni are divided into 16 areas, which form the basis for the later Dukedoms. [129]
876 Norse raiders capture an Empire ship with the vampire Luthor Harkon on board.
Harkon kills everyone, creating a fleet of zombie pirates on Lustria's Vampire Coast.
Over time more ships are wrecked, adding to Harkon's undead horde.
[130]
888 Norse adventurer Losteriksson lands in Lustria and founds the colony of Skeggi.
Norse raids into Lustria begin, though Losteriksson himself avoids confronting the Lizardmen.
[131]
897 The Count of Drakwald is repulsed by the Wood Elves of Laurelorn
The defeat is so crushing that Drakwald never recovers and begins to decline in power.
[132]
901 The Chaos Moon swallows the Xaki Star, Slann from Xlanhuapec refound Huatl. [133]
912 Slann Mage-Priest Lord Xhul dies after a daemonic incursion at Tlencan.
The Slann finally realise that Chaos has returned to Lustria.
[134]
930 The Dead Tide
The undead hordes of Luthor Harkon march inland but are halted by Lord Xltep.
[135]
954 Allac Fellclaw leads a huge throng of Chaos Warriors to invade Lustria but is driven off. [136]
970 Return to the Silverspire
Morghur is reborn yet again and once more assaults the Silverspire with a host of Beastmen.
He is killed by combined army of Wood Elves and Bretonni led by Gilles de Bastonne.
[137]
974 A massive Waaagh! invades the lands of the Bretonni. The divided tribes are picked off one by one. [138]
976 Gilles de Bastonne and his companions are blessed by a vision of the Lady of the Lake, spirit of the Silverspire.
Gilles and his companions become the first Grail Knights.
[139]
977 to 978 Twelve Battles of Gilles the Uniter
Gilles fights twelve major battles, uniting the Bretonni and driving out the Orcs.
[140]
979 Founding of Bretonnia
Gilles is crowned the first King of Bretonnia. Bretonnian calendar begins, formal Dukedoms established.
[141]
996 Gilles is mortally wounded by a ranged weapon and put on a boat which sails into the mists.
Many believe Gilles lives on as the mysterious Green Knight, and will one day return as King.
[142]
1000 The Chaos citadels of Infernius and Black Rock are built in the Chaos Wastes. [143]
1001 Louis the Rash, son of Gilles, is crowned King of Bretonnia after earning the Lady's favour with great deeds.
Louis brokers an alliance with the Wood Elves, who appoint the Fay Enchantress to oversee the humans.
[144][145]
1004 In Lustria, Mazdamundi thwarts a Dark Elf invasion by raising a sentient mountain range - the Grey Guardians. [146]
1010 Emperor Ludwig the Fat establishes The Moot, homeland of the Halflings, as a protectorate of The Empire. [147][148][149]
1053 Boris Goldgather is elected Emperor. His unpopular rule is marked by heavy taxation, corruption and weak leadership. [150]
1106 to 1110 The Last Count of Drakwald
Chaotic beasts begin to overwhelm the Empire province of Drakwald.
Count Vilner is slain by Beastmen and his Runefang is sent to the Emperor.
[151]
1111 The Black Plague
The Skaven unleash the Black Plague upon The Empire, killing a huge portion of it's population.
[152]
1115 Boris Goldgather dies of the Black Plague, no successor is elected until 1124. Skaven invade the devastated Empire. [153]
1116 Alisara departs Athel Loren to be with Malekith, but is killed by Prince Valedor who was enchanted by Morathi.
After realizing, Valedor commits suicide. In grief and anger, Ariel delves into Dark Magic.
[154]
1121 Aethis is murdered by his court chancellor Girathon, who was secretly a Dark Elf assassin.
Morvael the Impetuous is chosen as the new Phoenix King.
[155]
1123 The Day of Blood
Morvael's first act as Phoenix King is to order a punitive strike against Naggaroth.
The Dark Elves completely butcher the High Elf fleet.
[156]
1124 Battle of the Howling Hills
Count Mandred of Middenland unites the Elector Counts and defeats the Skaven in the Howling Hills.
Mandred is elected Emperor and becomes known as the 'Skavenslayer'. Under his wise and just rule, the Empire rebuilds.
[157][158][159][160]
1125 The Dark Elves retaliate, invading The Shadowlands of Ulthuan. [161]
1131 The Dark Elves rebuild Anlec again, continuing their war. [162]
1133 The Sack of Ghrond, The Madness of Ariel
Ariel and Orion lead an army through the Worldroots to Ghrond in Naggaroth, capturing Morathi.
Ariel lets Morathi live in exchange for the secrets of Dark Magic.
In spring, Ariel prevents Orion's rebirth, beginning the Season of Retribution.
A madness comes over the forest. The Wood Elves become cruel and vengeful, attacking the Bretonians.
The Siege of Griffon Gate
The Dark Elves lay siege to Griffon Gate, attempting to open an attack route into the Inner Kingdoms of Ulthuan.
[163]
1137 Morghur is reborn for the third time, in the Forest of Shadows.
The Wood Elves capture Morghur and bring him to Athel Loren, where Ariel attempts to absorb his power.
Sensing danger, Durthu slays the beast before he can corrupt Ariel.
[164]
1146 The Siege of Griffon Gate is lifted and the Dark Elves retreat. [165]
1152 Emperor Mandred Skavenslayer is assassinated by Nartik, a Clan Eshin master assassin.
Knowledge of the Skaven passes into myth and is eventually suppressed in The Empire.
The Elector Counts squabble, and no successor is elected until 1359.
[166][167][168][169]
1153 to 1200 The End of Drakwald Province
Left unsupported, the villages of Drakwald are razed by Beastmen and humans abandon the region.
[170]
1237 The Rift Opens
The Chaos Rift at Xahutec opens and hordes of daemons pour out.
Kroq-Gar battles the daemons, while the Slann work to close the breach.
[171]
1336 Duke Melmon of Quenelles dissappears in the night of the Spring Equinox. [172]
1350 Battle of Pine Crags
Grugni Goldfinder leads a throng of Dwarf treasure-seekers into the Pine Crags of Athel Loren.
Glade Lord Findul lays a trap and massacres the Dwarfs, Grugni is slain by Naestra and Arahan.
[173]
1359 to 1360 Two Emperors
The Grand Duke of Stirland is elected Emperor and crowned in Nuln.
Countess Ottilia of Talabecland declares herself Empress, effectively secedes from The Empire.
Over the next few centuries, the elected Emperors are opposed by the Ottilian Emperors.
[174]
1414 After centuries of squabbling, the former province of Drakwald is split between Middenland and Nordland. [175]
c. 1450 The Crusades
Sultan Jaffar of Araby invades Estalia, and the King of Bretonnia sends many Knights to liberate it.
Encouraged by Emperor Fredrich, Knights from the Empire join the crusade, founding Knightly Orders.
[176]
c. 1450 to 1550 Rampage of Gorthor
Around this time the warherd of Beastlord Gorthor the Cruel ravaged Ostland and Hochland.
Count Mikael of Hochland held up in Hergig until the Knights of the Blazing Sun arrived to reinforce him.
Mikael eventually killed Gorthor, but later died of his wounds. The warherd was routed.
[177]
1451 Battle of El Haikk
Sultan Jaffar is killed at El Haikk, but the crusades continue for almost a century until c. 1550.
[178]
1452 The Border Princes
Knights Errant sent to Araby encounter Orcs at Blood River. Many stay, founding the Border Princes.
[179]
1454 The Duke of Aquitaine returns from The Crusades as a vampire.
Known as the Red Duke, He is defeated at Ceren Field and magically entombed.
[180]
c. 1460 Marius Hollseher, Count of Stirland, passes through the Mirror of Nightmares while crusading in Araby.
Returning unscathed from the Realm of Chaos, Marius pens the Liber Malefic and is burned as a heretic.
[181]
1492 Tilean explorer Marco Colombo sails to Lustria and makes contact with the Lizardmen.
Marco returns to the Old World with a fortune in gold, and becomes the Prince of Trantio.
[182]
1502 to 1503 Suicide of Morvael, Razing of Anlec
High Elf general Menetheus is killed attacking Anlec.
His dragon Nightfang goes beserk, routing the Dark Elves, who flee back to Naggaroth.
Anlec is razed, but after hearing of Mentheus' death, Morvael commits suicide by walking into the sacred flame.
Bel-Hathor the Sage is elected as the new Phoenix King.
[183]
1547 Age of the Three Emperors
Count Sigfried of Middenland proclaims himself Emperor, beginning the line of Wolf Emperors.
The Age of Three Emperors begins: "The Empire" becomes a collection of warring states until 2304.
[184]
c. 1555 to 1579 Chaos-worshipping Kurgan drive Gospodars in the Eastern Steppes across the World's Edge Mountains into Ungol lands.
Praag is overrun by Gospodars led by Khan-Queen Miska, Ungols are driven west into Ropsmenn territory.
Ungol warlord Heiths Chaq defeats Ropsmenn led by King Weiran and the Ropsmenn are scattered.
[185]
1600 Kislev is founded
Gospodar Khan-Queen Shoika titles herself Tzarina and founds the city of Kislev.
She conquers the Ungol city of Norvard, renaming it Erengrad and unifying Kislev into a single nation.
[186]
1601 The High Elves send emissaries to Athel Loren, but Ariel rejects them.
After getting lost for years, they emerge from the forest and are killed by Bretonnian peasants.
[187]
1670 The Battle of Meadow Glades
A lost Empire army blunders it's way into Athel Loren.
The Wood Elves slaughter the army, then raze the town it came from.
[188]
1676 Wu becomes Dragon Emperor of Cathay. [189]
1681 Night of the Restless Dead
On Geheimensnacht, Nagash is resurrected for the second time, 1,666 years after Sigmar slew him.
On this night throughout the Old World, the dead rise.
[190][191]
1690 Dragon Emperor Wu sends a large invasion force to conquer the Southlands. Only Yin-Tuan manages to return. [192]
1702 The Sacrifice of Adanhu
Led by the Treeman Adanhu, the sane elves and spirits march on the Oak of Ages.
Adanhu absorbs the madness from Ariel, killing him. Ariel repents and the Season of Redemption begins.
[193]
1705 Waaagh! Gorbad
Gorbad Ironclaw defeats Crusher Zogoth, uniting the Ironclaw and Broken Tooth tribes and beginning his Waaagh!.
[194]
1707 to 1711 The Battle of Solland's Crown, Sack of Nuln
Gorbad Ironclaw leads the largest Greenskin army ever seen through Black Fire Pass into The Empire.
Gorbad Ironclaw kills Count Eldred of Solland, taking his crown and Runefang.
The province of Solland is destroyed, it's territory is split between Averland and Wissenland.
Gorbad's Army rampages through Averland, Wissenland and The Moot, sacking Nuln.
[195][196]
1712 First Siege of Altdorf
Emperor Sigismund IV is killed by a wyvern during the siege of Altdorf, but Gorbad's horde is defeated.
It is unclear whether Gorbad survives the battle.
[197][198]
1730 The rogue wizard Malofex melts the glacier imprisoning Kholek Suneater. [199]
1786 The Red Pox
The Skaven-devised Red Pox breaks out in the Bretonian city of Bordeleaux.
[200]
1797 The Vampire Counts
The vampire Vlad von Carstein marries Isabella von Drak, heiress of Sylvania.
Over the next two centuries, Isabella and the other Sylvanian nobles become vampires.
[201]
1809 Pahaux is rebuilt, and during excavation Skinks discover the Egg of Quango, which is given to Mazdamundi. [202]
1812 The virulent Red Pox devastates Bretonnia and northern Tilea, and Brionne is burned to the ground.
By this stage, handguns are used by the Dwarf military. Over the following centuries, black powder weaponry spreads to The Empire.
[203]
1813 Battle of Remarche
Skaven armies assault Bretonnia, but are beaten by a combined Wood Elf and Bretonian force.
The day is won by the Black Knights of Mousillon, who always keep their visors lowered.
[204]
1814 The Red Feast
The insane Duke Merovech of Mousillon holds a celebratory feast.
After a challenge, Merrovech kills the King and drinks his blood.
Lyonesse assaults Mousillon. Merovech is killed and Mousillon loses much land to Lyonesse.
[205]
c. 1850 The Uprising
Clan Pestilens are blamed for the failure of the Red Pox and Black Plague.
They are ousted from the Council and a second Skaven civil war erupts.
[206]
1887 Walach Harkon arrives at Blood Keep, stronghold of the Blood Dragon Knights.
He kills some and turns others into vampires, they become the most feared cavalry in the Old World.
[207]
1932 The Red Duke is freed. He is again defeated at Ceren Field, and flees to the Forest of Chalons. [208]
1946 Blood Keep falls to The Empire after a 20-year siege. Walach Harkon and the Blood Dragons flee. [209]
1979 Magritta of Marienburg is elected Empress, but the Grand Theogonist refuses to crown a woman.
The line of elected Emperors ends, and The Empire totally falls apart.
[210]

Modern Era

Imperial Calendar Event Sources
2000 In Ostermark, the town of Mordheim is destroyed by a warpstone comet. Warbands roam the ruined town looking for loot. [211][212][213]
2001 to 2051 The Voyages of Finubar
Finubar sails to the Old World and makes contact with The Empire, Bretonnia, Wood Elves and even the Dwarfs.
Upon his return, Finubar persuades Bel-Hathor to allow foreigners into Lothern to trade.
[214]
2007 A Dream of Doom
Morghur is reborn for the fourth time and attacks the Wood Elves again.
This time he is slain by the arrows of the hero Scarloc. The Secret War continues.
Wood Elf prophetess Naieth has a vision of the death of Athel Loren, and the world consumed by fire and Chaos.
Repanse de Lyonesse slays the Chaos Lord Kharan at the Battle of Couronne.
[215]
2010 The Vampire Wars begin
Vlad von Carstein's undead armies rampage across The Empire, devastating Ostermark.
[216]
2014 to 2015 Vlad lays siege to Middenheim, and is slain by Jerek Kruger, Grandmaster of the Knights of the White Wolf.
Within a year, Vlad is resurrected and kills Jerek.
[217]
2051 Second Siege of Altdorf
Vlad is slain, thrown off the walls onto stakes below. Isabella commits suicide in grief.
[218]
2058 Konrad von Carstein leads an army of wights to attack The Moot, but is challenged for leadership by Hans von Carstein. [219]
2100 The Battle of Four Armies
Konrad is defeated by the armies of Stirland, Marienburg, Reikland and Dwarfs from Karaz-a-Karak.
Konrad is killed in the battle, but is resurrected and later raises a new army.
Count Helmut of Westerland is almost elected Emperor until it is discovered he is a zombie controlled by Konrad.
[220]
2121 Battle of Grim Moor
After 60 years ravaging the Empire, Konrad is defeated at Grim Moor by a combined Empire and Dwarf army.
Konrad is finally slain (for good) by Dwarf hero Grufbad and Elector Count Helmar.
[221]
2124 Armed with necromantic knowledge from his travels, Mannfred von Carstein allies with Neferata and invades The Empire. [222]
2135 Third Siege of Altdorf
During the middle of an Empire civil war, Mannfredd launches a surprise winter attack and sieges Altdorf.
Grand Theogonist Kurt III reads the spell of unbinding from one of the Nine Books of Nagash, destroying the horde.
[223]
2146 Battle of Hel Fenn
Mannfred is chased east across The Empire to the swamp of Hel Fenn.
Mannfredd's undead army is obliterated by a united Empire and Dwarf army.
Mannfredd is killed, ending the Vampire Wars for now...
[224]
2163 Bel-Hathor dies peacefully of old age.
Finubar is chosen as the new Phoenix King, due to his experience dealing with the younger races.
[225]
2173 The Keeper of Secrets N'kari rampages across Ulthuan, attempting to find and eliminate all of Aenarion's descendants.
At the Shrine of Asuryan, N'kari and her daemons are defeated by a High Elf host, led by Teclis and Tyrion.
[226][227]
2201 The Errantry Wars
King Louen Orcslayer of declares the Errantry Wars to rid Bretonnia of Orcs.
Countless Greenskins are put to the sword, and they are temporarily driven out.
[228]
2205 The Battle Black Falls
High King Alrik mortally wounds Warboss Gorkil Eyegouger, who pulls the King over the edge of the falls.
Alriksson takes leadership of the army and routs the Greenskins.
[229]
2231 Ariel weeps as Morghur is reborn into the world once more, this time in the Forest of Arden.
The Wood Elves attempt to kill his fifth incarnation as a babe, but are repulsed.
[230]
2297 to 2298 Affair of the False Grail, Something Rotten in Mousillon
Duke Maldred of Mousillon imprisons the Fey Enchantress and falsely claims to have found the Grail.
Mousillon falls to siege and is stripped of it's status as a Dukedom.
The next year, the sorceress of Mousillon accidentally opens a portal to the Realm of Chaos and Nurgle daemons pour in.
[231][232]
2301 Great Chaos Incursion
Malekith allies with the forces of Chaos. A combined army of Dark Elves and Chaos invade Ulthuan.
N'kari returns and Avelorn burns. The Everqueen Alarielle escapes thanks to the Wood Elf Scarloc.
[233]
2302 The Great War Against Chaos
The Everchosen Asavar Kul rallies the largest Chaos host ever seen.
That winter, he marches on Kislev, beginning the Great War Against Chaos.
Kul's sorcerers turn the River Lynsk into frozen blood, allowing them to cross, and the Kislev / Ostland army is crushed.
The Siege of Praag
The Siege of Praag ends when Kholek Suneater smashes the city gates and the inhabitants are massacred.
Battle of the Finuval Plain
Led by Tyrion and Teclis, a heavily outnumbered host of High Elves defeat Malekith's dark alliance.
In a magical duel, Teclis personally defeats Malekith who flees into the Realm of Chaos.
Finubar sends Teclis to the Old World, to aid the humans and Dwarfs.
The Great Summoning
At Vermintide, Seer Lord Kristilik gathers the clans and summons the Horned Rat.
The Council of Thirteen is reformed and the Second Skaven Civil War ends.
[234][235]
2303 Battle at the Gates of Kislev
Asavar Kul's horde heads for the city of Kislev, intending to crush them and then invade The Empire.
The city is defended by Dwarfs led by High King Alriksson and the remaining Kislev forces, led by Tzar Alexis.
Led by Magnus the Pious, The Empire marches to Kislev's aid. Kul's horde is defeated, he is killed by his lieutenants.
[236]
2304 Magnus the Pious is unanimously elected as Emperor, official end of the Age of Three Emperors.
Teclis teaches human wizards to control their powers, establishes the Colleges of Magic in The Empire.
Thorgrim Grudgebearer is crowned the new High King of the Dwarfs.
[237][238]
2336 A man emerges from Athel Loren claiming to be Duke Melmon of Quenelles, who vanished 1000 years prior.
Within hours he ages dramatically and dies within the day.
[239]
2349 A Lizardmen army from Itza marches across the Culchan Plains to the Citadel of Dusk.
The Lizardmen help the High Elves repulse a Dark Elf army, only to leave without a word.
[240]
2369 Magnus the Pious dies; Leopold is elected Emperor of The Empire. [241]
2401 The Siege of Monte Castelo
In the Tilean city of Monte Castelo, 500 mercenaries hold out against 10,000 orcs.
[242]
2420 King Charlen of Bretonnia is divinely inspired by the Lady and declares another Errantry War to rid the world of orcs. [243]
2420 to 2424 Waaagh! Grom
Grom the Paunch of Misty Mountain leads a massive Goblin Waaagh! through Dwarf lands and across The Empire.
Upon reaching the Great Ocean, he steals a fleet of ships and sails to Ulthuan.
Grom is defeated at Tor Yvresse by the High Elves led by warden Eltharion the Grim.
It is unclear whether Grom survives.
[244]
2429 The Westerland (Marienburg) secedes from The Empire by bribing Dieter IV. It becomes known as The Wasteland.
Dieter IV is deposed; Wilhelm III is elected as Emperor.
[245]
2453 The Liche King Arkhan the Black leads an undead army against Altdorf.
During the battle, he sneaks into the Temple of Sigmar and steals the Liber Mortis.
[246]
2457 Engrim van Horstmann, High Luminary of the Light College, is beguiled by the whispers of Tzeentch. [247]
2473 to present Return to Karak Eight Peaks
Belegar Ironhammer, descendent of King Lunn, goes to Karak Eight Peaks to reclaim it from Clan Mors and Skarsnik.
The Dwarfs succeed in securing one of the peaks, but are constantly under siege.
[248]
2482 to 2487 Rise of the Overtyrant
Greasus Goldtooth becomes Tyrant of the Goldtooth Ogre tribe after eating his father, Gofg.
Greasus declares himself Overtyrant of the Ogre Kingdoms, uniting many tribes and carving out a kingdom.
[249]
2488 King Charlen declares the end of the Errantry Wars, after a host of knights is lost in Death Pass. [250]
2489 The Skaven of Clan Pestilens begins to infest the ruins of Quetza once more.
Skink astromancer Tetto'eko calls down a comet to obliterate the nest.
[251]
2490 Leading an army of trolls and monsters, Throgg the Troll King destroys an undead army led by Hela-Half dead in Troll Country. [252]
2491 The abbey of la Maisontaal is attacked by undead and Skaven led by Heinrich Kemmler.
Kemmler's forces are repulsed by a combined Bretonian and Wood Elf force.
The Skaven recover their Black Arc in the battle.
[253]
2499 Battle of Nuln
The Skaven are repulsed after destroying half of Nuln.
Most people in The Empire continue to deny their existence.
[254]
2500 Louen Leoncoeur is crowned King of Bretonnia. [255]
2500 to 2510 Golgfag Maneater travels far and wide, becoming the most famous Ogre mercenary of all time. [256][257]
2502 Karl Franz is elected and crowned as Emperor of The Empire. [258]
2509 to 2511 The Throne of Chaos
The Maggot-Lord Tamurkhan leads a host of Chaos Warriors to invade the Border Princes and The Empire.
Tamurkhan's forces are accompanied by the Chaos Dwarf Legion of Azorgh led by Drazhoath the Ashen.
At the gates of Nuln, the Empire's finest artillery battles the infernal machines of the Chaos Dwarfs.
Tamurkhan and his foul allies are defeated.
[259]
2512 to 2515 Waaagh! Azhag
Azhag the Slaughterer discovers the Crown of Sorcery and it compels him to head south.
Azhag's massive horde defeats the Empire at the Battle of Butcher's Hill.
In 2515, Azhag's Greenskin army is defeated at the Battle of Osterwald.
Azhag is killed by Werner von Kriegstadt, Grandmaster of the Knights Panther.
[260][261]
2515 Ungrim Ironfist defeats and captures Golgfag Maneater, but releases him to be sporting.
Skarbrand Unleashed
The Skaven burrow Fester Spike is attacked by Dwarfs looking to reclaim an artifact of Valaya.
Grey Seer Thanquol attempts to summon a Verminlord, but instead summons the daemonic legion of Skarbrand.
Both the Dwarf and Skaven armies are devastated, though Thanquol survives.
[262][263]
2516 Drycha manages to free Coeddil from his prison in the Wildwood. [264]
2516 to 2517 Khazrak defeats Beastlord Graktar and takes control of his warherd.
Khazrak leaves a bloody trail across the Drakwald, razing settlements.
[265]
2517 Tzar Boris Ursus dies battling a Kurgan raid in Troll Country. Katarin the Ice Queen is crowned Tzarina of Kislev.
[266]
2518 to 2519 Khazrak becomes known as 'The One Eye' after Boris Todbringer II removes it at the Battle of Elsterweld.
The following year, Khazrak returns the favour, gouging out Todbringer's right eye.
[267]
2519 The Battle of a Hundred Cannons
Driven by Ogres, a Goblin army attacks Zhufbar but relief arrives from Karak Kadrin and Karaz-a-Karak.
The Ogres head for The Moot, but are caught between Dwarfs and an Empire army from Nuln.
The Ogres are totally annihilated by the largest concentration of artillery the world has ever seen.
The Eternal Battle
The Rift of Xahutec opens once more in Lustria, and the Slann are unable to close it.
Legions of Saurus sacrifice their lives to hold back the daemons for now.
Slaughter at the Six Spikes
At The Six Spikes, an Empire army led by Kurt Helborg battles a horde of Beastmen.
Balthasar Gelt defeats their Bray-Shamans, and turns the horde into golden statues.
[268][269][270]

The End Times

Imperial Calendar Event Sources
c. 2519 to 2522 The Lord of the End Times
Archaon completes his quest to gather the Six Treasures of Chaos.
In the Chaos Wastes, the Daemon Prince Be'lakor crowns Archaon as the Everchosen, Lord of the End Times.
All the hellish forces of Chaos rally behind Archaon, and he marches south to bring doom and madness to the world.
[271]
2520 Grand Theogonist Volkmar the Grim sends the Witch Hunter Gunther Stahlberg into Sylvania
to investigate rumors of the return of Mannfred von Carstein.
The Third Battle of Black Fire Pass
The armies of Averland and the Reikland meet the greenskin hordes of Vorgaz Ironjaw.
Elector Count Marius Leitdorf is killed by Ironjaw, but Emperor Karl Franz avenges him.
The Year of Woe
In Bretonnia, Kairos Fateweaver leads a host of Tzeentchian daemons to gather the artifacts of Gilles' companions.
In the final battle against the Bretonnians, Nurgle daemons attack the forces of Tzeentch, both armies vanish.
[272][273][274][275]
2021 Civil War in Bretonnia
The mysterious Mallobaude claims the Dukedom of Mousillon and the Kingship of Bretonnia.
Mallobaude rides against the King, and defeats the forces of Aquitaine led by Armand.
During the battle, Drycha arrives with dyrads and kidnaps the Fey Enchantress.
[276]
2521 to 2522 Vashnaar the Tormentor leads a host of Chaos Warriors, Daemons, Beastmen and Dark Elves to invade Lustria.
Tiktaq'to stalls the host, giving Mazdamundi and Kroq-Gar time to defeat them at Hexoatl.
[277]
2522 The Shadow of Nagashizzar
The Everchild Aliathra is kidnapped by Mannfred von Carstein.
A High Elf expedition led by Tyrion and Teclis rescue her from Nagashizzar, but are attacked by Mannfred's Undead.
Although the High Elves are saved by a Dwarf throng led by Thorgrim Grudgebearer, Mannfred escapes with Aliathra yet again.
[278][279][280]
Volkmar's Crusade
Grand Theogonist Volkmar the Grim leads an army into Sylvania to destroy Mannfred von Carstein and recover the Crown of Sorcery.
At the Battle of the Barrows, Balthasar Gelt arrives and creates a magical wall of faith, trapping the Undead in Sylvania.
Volkmar, however, is captured by Mannfred von Carstein.
[281]

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  21. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20
  22. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  23. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  24. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  25. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (7th Edition) p.37
  26. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (7th Edition) p.37
  27. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.16
  28. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.13
  29. Warhammer Armies: Ogre Kingdoms (8th Edition) p.22-23
  30. Warhammer Armies: Ogre Kingdoms (8th Edition) p.22-23
  31. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.16
  32. Warhammer Armies: Ogre Kingdoms (8th Edition) p.22-23
  33. Warhammer Armies: Ogre Kingdoms (8th Edition) p.22-23
  34. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.16
  35. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.28
  36. Warhammer Armies: Ogre Kingdoms (8th Edition) p.22-23
  37. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.28
  38. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  39. Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Edition) p.20
  40. Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Edition) p.20
  41. Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Edition) p.20
  42. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  43. Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (8th Edition)
  44. Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Edition) p.20
  45. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.28
  46. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  47. Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (8th Edition)
  48. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  49. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  50. Warhammer Armies: Undead (4th Edition) p.30 - Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Editon) p.20 - Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (7th Edition) p.29
  51. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  52. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (5th Edition) p.23
  53. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (5th Edition) p.23
  54. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  55. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.20
  56. Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Edition) p.20
  57. Warhammer Armies: Warriors of Chaos (7th Edition) p.38
  58. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  59. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.28
  60. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.28
  61. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  62. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  63. Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Edition) p.20
  64. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.15
  65. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  66. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  67. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  68. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  69. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.20
  70. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.20
  71. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  72. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  73. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.20
  74. Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Edition) p.20
  75. Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Edition) p.20
  76. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p. 22
    Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Edition) p.20
  77. Warhammer Armies: Undead (4th Edition) p.30
    Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Editon) p.20
    Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.22
  78. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.22
  79. Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Edition) p.20
  80. [[Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.22
  81. Warhammer Armies: Orcs & Goblins (8th Edition) p.27
  82. Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (8th Edition)
  83. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (6th Edition) p.16
  84. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.22
  85. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (7th Edition) p.22
  86. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  87. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (6th Edition) p.16
  88. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (6th Edition) p.16
  89. Warhammer Armies: Ogre Kingdoms (8th Edition) p.22
  90. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.22
  91. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.23
  92. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  93. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.16
  94. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  95. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.20-21
  96. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.22
  97. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (6th Edition) p.16
  98. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.28
  99. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.27
  100. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.22
  101. Warhammer Armies: Ogre Kingdoms (8th Edition) p.22
  102. Warhammer Armies: Undead (4th Edition) p.31
  103. Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (6th Edition) p.8
  104. Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Editon) p.20
  105. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.11 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.30
  106. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.11 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.30
  107. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.11 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.30
  108. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.11
  109. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.30
  110. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  111. Warhammer Armies: Undead (4th Edition) p.31 - Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Editon) p.20 - Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (7th Edition) p.29
  112. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.11 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.30
  113. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.11 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.30
  114. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.11 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.30
  115. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  116. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  117. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (6th Edition) p.16
  118. Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (8th Edition)
  119. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.29
  120. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  121. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.27
  122. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.23
  123. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.23
  124. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  125. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  126. Warhammer Rulebook (8th Edition) p. 172
  127. Warhammer Armies: Ogre Kingdoms (8th Edition) p.23
  128. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  129. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.38
  130. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  131. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  132. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  133. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  134. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  135. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  136. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  137. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.23
  138. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.38
  139. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.38
  140. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.38
  141. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.38
  142. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.38
  143. Warhammer Armies: Warriors of Chaos (8th Edition) p.14
  144. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (4th Edition) p.12 & 33
  145. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.32 & 38
  146. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.27
  147. Uniforms & Heraldry of The Empire p.56
  148. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.52
  149. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.30
  150. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.30
  151. Warhammer Armies: Beasts of Chaos (6th Edition) p.20
  152. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.11 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.30
  153. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.11 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.30
  154. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  155. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.23
  156. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.23
  157. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.8 & 11
  158. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.10 & 30
  159. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (4th Edition) p.20 & 22
  160. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.24 & 30
  161. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.29
  162. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.29
  163. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  164. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  165. Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves (7th Edition) p.29
  166. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.8 & 11
  167. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.10 & 30
  168. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (4th Edition) p.20 & 22
  169. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.24 & 30
  170. Warhammer Armies: Beasts of Chaos (6th Edition) p.20
  171. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.26
  172. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  173. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  174. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.16
  175. Warhammer Armies: Beasts of Chaos (6th Edition) p.20
  176. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.16
  177. Warhammer Armies: Beasts of Chaos (6th Edition) p.20
  178. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  179. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  180. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  181. Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (8th Edition) p.20
  182. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.27
  183. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.23
  184. Warhammer Armies: The Empire: (8th Edition) p.16
  185. Warhammer Armies: Kislev (6th Edition) p.4
  186. Warhammer Armies: Kislev (6th Edition) p.4
  187. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  188. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  189. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (5th Edition) p.14
  190. Warhammer Armies: Undead (4th Edition) p.31 - Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (7th Edition) p.29
  191. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.28
  192. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (5th Edition) p.14, 15, 16, 17 & 49 - Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (5th Edition) p.9
  193. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  194. Warhammer Armies: Orcs & Goblins (8th Edition) p.29
  195. Warhammer Armies: Orcs & Goblins (8th Edition) p.29
  196. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.20
  197. Warhammer Armies: Orcs & Goblins (8th Edition) p.29
  198. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.20
  199. Warhammer Armies: Warriors of Chaos (8th Edition) p.14
  200. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  201. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  202. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.23
  203. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  204. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  205. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  206. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  207. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  208. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  209. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  210. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.16
  211. Backround material for Mordheim City of the Damned
  212. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (6th Edition) p.59
  213. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.31
  214. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.27
  215. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  216. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  217. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  218. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  219. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  220. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  221. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  222. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  223. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  224. Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (8th Edition) p.23
  225. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.27
  226. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.27
  227. Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (8th Edition) p.20
  228. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  229. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.21
  230. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.20
  231. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  232. Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (8th Edition)
  233. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.29
  234. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.39
  235. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  236. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  237. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.16
  238. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.29
  239. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  240. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.27
  241. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.10 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.15 & 31
  242. Warhammer Armies: Orcs & Goblins (8th Edition) p.29
  243. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  244. Warhammer Armies: Orcs & Goblins (8th Edition) p.29
  245. Uniforms & Heraldry of The Empire p.40 & 56 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition) p.10 & 11 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (6th Edition) p.59 - Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition) p.15 & 31
  246. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.20
  247. Warhammer Armies: Warriors of Chaos (8th Edition) p.15
  248. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.30
  249. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.27
  250. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  251. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.27
  252. Warhammer Armies: Warriors of Chaos (8th Edition) p.15
  253. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.39
  254. Warhammer Armies: Skaven (7th Edition) p.27
  255. Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (4th Edition) p.16 & 33 - Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia (6th Edition) p.37, 39 & 78
  256. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (6th Edition) p.16
  257. Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (8th Edition)
  258. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.16
  259. Warhammer Armies: Warriors of Chaos (8th Edition) p.14
  260. Warhammer Armies: Orcs & Goblins (8th Edition) p.29
  261. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.20
  262. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.21
  263. Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (8th Edition)
  264. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.33
  265. Warhammer Armies: Beasts of Chaos (6th Edition) p.20
  266. Warhammer Armies: Kislev (6th Edition) p.16
  267. Warhammer Armies: Beasts of Chaos (6th Edition) p.20
  268. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.21
  269. Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen (8th Edition) p.27
  270. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.20
  271. Warhammer Armies: Warriors of Chaos (8th Edition) p.15
  272. Sigmar's Blood p.5
  273. Warhammer Armies: Orcs & Goblins (8th Edition) p.29
  274. Warhammer Armies: The Empire (8th Edition) p.17
  275. Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (8th Edition) p.23
  276. Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves (8th Edition) p.33
  277. Warhammer Armies: Warriors of Chaos (8th Edition) p.15
  278. Warhammer Armies: High Elves (8th Edition) p.33
  279. Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs (8th Edition) p.21
  280. Warhammer: Nagash (iBook) p.20-21
  281. Sigmar's Blood, p.46