Cimmerian Timeline Part 46

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This is my 500th post on my blog. Neat!

779BCE: King Cristonton ensured that he had the support of the people of Nox and declared war against his cousin in Jeutontic. Jeutontic was now ruled by King Cotinasath, the grandson of Queen Jasaetuparth.

778BCE: Nox’s army made good headway in the field, but they were unable to approach Jeutontic without constant harassment by the aerial cavalry of the southern city. King Cristonton began training his archers and ballista crews to declutter the skies.

777BCE: King Cotinasath ran aerial raids against the settlements surrounding Nox. The defending soldiers increased capability with ranged weapons prevented serious damage where they were present. Unfortunately the army could not be everywhere at once. King Cristonton defended key locations rather than spread his army thinly across the kingdom. The Jeutontic raiders took advantage and Nox’s economy suffered.

776BCE: To better defend his people King Cristonton directed the communities around Nox to resettle in a single fortified location. For the foundation of this new city, Cristonton picked Hades’ Hilltop, three days travel east of Nox. The city would be named Petar.

775BCE: While overseeing the digging of new wells for Petar, King Cristonton noticed the glint of gold at the bottom of one of a well. He went down into the well himself and confirmed the presence of a gold deposit. That well was immediately turned into a mine for the Xorian crown.

773BCE: Construction on Petar continued, but the city was now ready for occupation by civilians.

772BCE: Although the construction of Petar allowed for a robust defense of the citizens of Xoria, King Cristonton still could not make offensive progress towards Jeutontic. King Cotinasath’s aerials were too great an advantage. With no way forward, Cristonton and Cotinasath signed an armistice.

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