- Date unknown - A document entitled “The Trials of Saint Xavier" was written, providing the only knowledge of Saint Xavier Bacchus. Scholars have suggested that it is nothing more than hagiographic fan fiction and that St. Xavier never existed.
- Date unknown - Calendar reformation led to dates switching.
- January 27th - Philosopher Pierre Loghain proposed what is known as the Heresy of Satanic Odds. This philosophy suggests that the inevitable victory of good over evil is, in fact, merely propaganda from the side of angels, and is not actually written in stone.
- February 20th - Political forces battling over appointment of the head abbot of the Abbey of the Mountain Kingdom turned to bloodshed. Fall-out from this political upheaval was wide-reaching and eventually led, in a roundabout fashion, to several assassinations, the reign of the Librarian Prince, and the invention of grape-flavored licorice.
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