Timeline as it Stands Now
Book time line
Cycle Cycle and Omi Cycle = CC OC
BCC- Before Cyph Cycle
9,055 BCC - Taisha Taika's leads Imagients into the Imagience. He forms the first Imagient dominant kingdom in the Imagience.
6 BCC- Zaynar Cyph is born.
4 BCC- William Vilheim Cyph is born.
0 CC/OC- Erik Van Cyph betrays his King Quinton Sycamor II along with Gabin Sheridan kills him in cold blood. The first Sycamor Dynasty falls. They burn down the capitol and kill all the Sheridan and Sycamor family members. Sakai Omi declares himself emperor of the Omi Islands, forms the Omi Empire. Supposedly the Sycamor heir escapes the burning city of Sycamor and folk tales spring up about him.
6 CC/OC- Prince Richard Cyph is born.
10 CC/OC- Erik Van Cyph begins his expansion and defeats the Garfield, Andersona, Grissite, Wilsona, and various other central plains factions. Sakai Omi defeats his enemies in the Omi Islands and marries his daughter to
the Liang creating an alliance and shift of power.
12 CC/OC- Great Southland Kingdom of Kirkia cites casus belli against Erik Van Cyph, stating he has broken his promise to defend Sycamor, the Cyphic-Kirkian War begins.
14 CC/OC- The Cyphic-Kirkian War begins, Kirkia remains independent. Cyph attempts to expand southwest into Sutite who are still loyal to Sycamor.
15 CC/OC- The Omi invade the western coast of the Cyphic Kingdom and take port cities. The Cyphic- Omi War begins. The Zulgan City states open borders to the Cyphic Kingdom.
18 CC/OC- The Omi and Cyph sign a peace treaty, but the peace is not expected to last long as both forces have a proxy war with the Sutite forces creating a divide between two factions in a civil war. Mysterious
Omi princess attempts to go through Cyphic on a journey of some sorts. She is heralded as a folk hero. Is captured by a young William Cyph, but is rescued by Brotherhood of Brotherton members.
19 CC/OC- Tsuna Liang once again attempts to head to Myvandium on a journey, she is captured by Nubyar pirates and is returned home.
20 CC/OC- Tsuna Liang for a third time attempts to head to Myvandium via a Cyphic route. Demon activity in the Imagience is at an all time high.
This is a lore timeline made to help direct me and some of my beta readers in the events that will take place in the Imagient King book series. This is pretty much summed up in the first chapter, but if someone wants some sort of tool, this is the best I have at the moment. I might add to this before and after. I have a master timeline that uses a different calendar system. I am not going to post that, because it is a bit more confusing.
Cyph Cycle and Omi Cycle are the two types of calendar years used in the Imagience during this time. The Omi and Cyph Cycle pretty much mean the beginning of those kingdoms and the end of Sycamor. It isn't that hard to see. This has Tsuna's various journeys s well as some battles and even some more important events.
This does ask a serious question, then what did the Scyamor dynasty use for their calendar year? The Sycamor actually used the Taisha Taika calendar year. Their year 0 would be year 9,550. Since the Imagients deal with mianthi who can live for quite a long time, such a large number meant nothing to many Imagients. Since the Sycamor were about continuing the legacy of Taisha Taika, and since the Sycamor also have Taisha Taika's blood supposedly it would make sense that they would continue his calendar.
The mianthi have used their own calendar, but I really don't have that in stone yet. Since I won't be dealing with the mianthi until the second book, I think I can wait. Also since the mianthi live as long as they do I don't think I want to care too much about giving them a timeline, since for immortal beings or at least long lived beings such as them, what is time to them exactly?
I will be working on various different lore posts for the rest of December. Think of it as some sort of Christmas present. I'm still working on the second draft, so it will be released sometime in the near future for beta readers to look at.
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