The arrival of a half-elf, an azer, two humans, and not the least a half-drow half-avariel to the feet of the Coronal was nothing short of a panicking surprise to the Elven Court. They would have likely all been killed on sight were it not for their recognition of The Warblade in their possession. The group explains what happened, and fear gives way to celebration. After much deliberation, Cyrinth is knighted and proclaimed the Arms Major of the elven army (albeit in name only at this point). The coronal states it is a way to bring the men of the dales closer to the elves of Cormanthor. For his part in it, Jerinar is accepted by the Starym family and as a symbol of friendship between the nations, Suris Starym – a love of Jerinar’s from his time here as an apprentice – is betrothed to him and they quickly marry. Within days a treaty is drawn between the humans and the elves for the first time in history, and the Standing Stones are raised as a marker in a crossroads between the two nations. Centuries into the future, The Dalereckoning is seen by many in the world as the moment that Cormyr truly started to become what it is today.
The adventuring party breaks for some years as Jerinar starts his family – giving birth to Karn Onyx and Kena Onyx, twins. Cyrinth leaves to Cormanthor to learn the ways of the elves that he now has considerable power over. Desmond continues his work with The Black Hand.