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Important Events

Page history last edited by Eloth 10 years, 5 months ago

Important Events

 

 

Among the Jaghut:

 

The Jaghut Death War

 


 

Among the T'lan Imass:

 

The Ritual of Tellan 

The Jaghut Wars

The Diaspora

The Contest of the Refugium

 


 

Among the Forkrul Assail:

 

The Just Wars

 


 

Among the Tiste Races:

 

The Andii Civil Wars

The Birth of Light

The First Invasions

The Second Invasions

The Sealing of Kurald Thyrllan

The Sundering of Kurald Emurlahn

 


 

Within the Malazan Empire:

 

The Conquest of Li Heng

 

The Unification Wars

  • The Wickan Wars

 

The Falari Campaign

 

The Seven Cities Campaign

  • The Siege of Y'Ghatan

 

The Seven Cities Rebellion

 

The Return

 

The Genebackis Campaign

 

The Korelri Campaign

 

The Itko Kan Massacre

 

The Sha'ik Rebellion

 

The Pannion War 

  • The Siege of Capustan
  • The Battle of Coral

 

The Bonehunters' Return to Malaz City

 


 

Among the Tiste Edur and Within the Empire of Lether:

 

The Edur Unification Wars

 

The Edur Conquest of Lether

  • The Battle of High Forst
  • The Battle of Trate
  • The Battle of Brans Keep
  • The Battle of Letheras

 

The Seventh Closure

 

Among the Edur Fleets

  • The Razing of Callows
  • The Battle of Drift Avalii
  • The Conquest of Sepik

 

The Awl War

 

The Malazan Invasion

 


 

The Human First Empire:

 

The First Landings

The Beast Ritual


 

Miscellaneous:

 

The Night of the Shadow Moon

The Defence of the First Throne

The Defence of the Shadow Throne 

 

Comments (3)

D'rek said

at 5:16 am on Nov 5, 2008

I reorganized the "conflicts" based on whether they were protracted campaigns or just individual battles. Over time we'll probably be able to build pages for all these conflicts and battles and more. What do you think of this layout?

Imperial Historian said

at 9:13 am on Nov 6, 2008

Looks good to me

moeb1us said

at 12:22 pm on Aug 30, 2009

imho the whole "miscellany" complex has to be split up into "normal" categories that have speaking names and are integrated into the sidebar somehow - if it stays like this, the default reader will almost never reach this sections, unless he is digging through the page - and that is a pity, because there is a lot of information in here. "miscellany" = "not clear" = will not be read often.

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