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- Clan Tarystone, a 350-strong dwarven community, is discovered tunneling under Myth Drannor despite an old agreement that the region under the City of Song is not to be disturbed. When word becomes more widespread, several elven houses claim the new tunnels have collapsed some ancient elven burial vaults and crypts. As a result, the clan is exiled from Myth Drannor and Cormanthyr and emigrates west towards the Thunder Peaks.
- A cabal of seers based in Windsong Tower, the Dark Diviners, discover the Book of the Black while investigating the Fane of Shadows. This tome, containing the Black Chronology penned (in part) by Augathra the Mad, is brought back to their tower for intensive study. The diviners write the Leaves of One Night as a treatise to their new insights into Shar and her dark secrets. The goddess curses both tomes and sends agents to steal them away from the wizards. The texts disappear for centuries.
- Raanaghaun Cormrael, one of the Dark Diviners of Windsong Tower, gates to the Plane of Shadow, seeking more secrets such as those revealed by the Book of the Black. He never returns. Simultaneously, his sister Shar Cormrael, discovers clues in Windsong Tower that lead her to the fallen Netherese city of Synod. There she finds Augathra the Mad just as she was completing a ritual to become a sharn. The interruption causes Augathra, Shar Cormrael, and a spying phaerimm to be bound together into a new sharn. The resulting magical energy drew in other phaerimms, who created a colony in the ruins of Synod to study and torture this strange sharn.