Dravago 17, 1001 YK
The party returns to Eros from Aundair, where Kaleth works with the Dragon Prophet to discover his Prophecy fragment. It is revealed to involve restoring the Chronocracy from its current state outside of time. Derli meets with Ser Tabin Hamson, and Rilic hosts a raucous party in his own honour.
Dravago 18, 1001 YK
Kaleth radically alters time with magic to put the spell necessary to enter the Temporal Prime into his spellbook (a wish spell). In doing so, he erases all other spells in his spellbook and weakens himself for two days.
Dravago 20, 1001 YK
Gongrack returns with the wings of a chaos roc from Kythri. He begins work with Derli on making a bow out of these wings. Kaleth recovers and regains his spells using his magic hourglass, and the party goes to the watchtower south of the Eclipse Keep in Breland, where a slipgate is open. This frees a number of monsters from the demiplane of time that end up killing Gongrack, aging him to the point of being dust. Using Durzu Vatan’s lamp, he wishes to retain power over his soul, and ends up a ghost that haunts the tower.
The party heads into the slipgate, entering the Temporal Prime. While following Kaleth’s magic to the Chronocracy, they are attacked by temporal stalkers (basically time-disjointed ghosts), and Kaleth attempts to tame a native creature to use as a mount. He is accidentally thrown into Eberron’s past (possibly an alternate past) in the attempt, where he again radically alters time to give himself more spell components. In so doing he is weakened and becomes unable to use that spell ever again, but gains the components to open a new slipgate. He is followed by the most famous arena fighter of the era, a fire genasi named Indicus, who seeks revenge on the Chronocracy for trapping him with magic and selling him into slavery, which he has only now escaped by entering the slipgate.
They find the Chronocracy by exiting the flow of time on the Temporal Prime. Everyone in the city, save a few select individuals, are completely stuck in time loops. At the center of the city, which has the shortest loops and is perpetually in a state of catastrophe at the coming of the Phane, they find Second Grand Magister Olath outside of the Midnight Dome, a symbolic palace. He tells the party about the Overlord, who appeared when the city was threatened to take it out of time and save it. He is inside the Midnight Dome, and can help the party get in using magic, but he requires spell components from the First Grand Magister.
They visit the First Grand Magister’s tower. He is stuck in a loop of about ten seconds, and it is very difficult to get the information, but they discover they need special diamond dust. They have the diamond, and after a few attempts by Derli and Indicus, the diamond is crushed into powder. The Second Grand Magister opens the way to the midnight dome where the Overlord has created the “Time Cube” to keep the Chronocracy out of time. The Overlord is revealed to be a version of Kaleth from an alternate timeline where he and the Eclipse Collective attempted to defeat the Phane using its weakness (not elaborated on), failed, and enacted an alternate plan whereby he and the other surviving arcane spellcasters of the Eclipse Collective eradicated arcane magic.
He refuses to yield on restoring the Chronocracy, so he fights the Collective with his clone and temporal dogs (and with surprising politeness). He is defeated, but before he can be killed throws himself through a time vortex. Kaleth and Derli shatter the Time Cube and stabilize its core, restoring the Chronocracy to time.
Main Characters: Derli d’Kundarak, Rilic Balendal, Kaleth,