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Origins (AD 2730 - AD 8100)

Though the origins of New Eden's societies are debated - and some don't even believe we went through a wormhole or originated from Terrans at all - the following timeline hews close to accepted scientific theories.

Well, unless you're Amarr, in which case we all came from God and nobody else.

AD 2730
  • The Old earth solar system fully colonized
AD 3691
  • Warp technology discovered
AD 3805
  • The Conformists, a group within the United Church of the Lord, settles on Soekheviti, a planet within the Sol system.
AD 3841
  • The Conformists take control of Soekheviti
AD 3897
  • The Conformists lose power and are exiled from Soekheviti
AD 4224
  • Warp drives for ships invented
AD 7987
  • The wormhole leading to the world of New Eden is discovered
AD 7989
  • The first explorers venture through the wormhole. Mass colonization begins soon after
  • The Conformists start migrating to the world of New Eden, spurred on by Dano Gheinok, one of their leaders. Gheinok manages to direct them to the planet of Athra
  • The second planet in the VH-451 system is bought by people from the Tau Ceti system
AD 7989-8061
  • New Eden and its neighboring systems and constellations are colonized rapidly
AD 7993
  • The third planet in the VH-451 system is bought by a mega-corporation. Small-scale colonization starts soon after
AD 8000
  • Dano Gheinok proclaims himself Prophet and sets the foundations of the Amarr theocracy to come
AD 8017
  • The System CMS-17 is discovered, later renamed Pator. The main planet, Matar, is quickly colonized due to its very hospitable conditions
AD 8052
  • The last colony ship from Tau Ceti arrives before EVE closes
AD 8061
AD 8061
  • The last group of Conformists arrives on Athra. The Conformists all settle on the continent of[Amarr, from which they later take their name
AD 8100
  • Smaller settlements of New Eden settlers have perished, with only a few saved by larger settlements close by
  • Fedos were discovered upon settlement of Palpis VI, and put into use not long after.
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