# Age of the Dragon

Following the deaths of six Slayer Dragons late in the Sixth Age, the Sixth Age was brought to a premature close and the Age of the Dragon began. Though most historians would acknowledge the change, it was none the less an important period.

The Age of the Dragon lasted for fifty years and ended with the begining of the Long Night.

Though not officially considered the Seventh Age, dates in the Age of the Dragon are sometimes appended with a 7 according to the A.Y. System.

## Timeline of the Age of the Dragon

Year 1 of the Age of the Dragon: Ruthia is anointed the first new Slayer Dragon since the Age began.

Year 1 of the Age of the Dragon: **Falling Dragon**

Year 1 of the Age of the Dragon: Emily Jusenkyou is born.

Year 2 of the Age of the Dragon: Hunter transforms into the Warrior of Light for the first time, to use the Ancient Magi Spiral Attack on some kid who managed to get the power of the Dark Lords. Hunter then acts like it was no big deal, to prove how macho he is.

Year 2 of the Age of the Dragon: **Infinity**

Year 4 of the Age of the Dragon: **Contract**

Year 4 of the Age of the Dragon: Victory Research Facility is established.

Year 7 of the Age of the Dragon: Hunter Jusenkyou instructs the Paladins of the First File to begin building a secret network of in-depth defenses across the city of Arindell, should a battle ever have to be fought in the city. The paladins in turn site that such a network does already exist, but set about modernizing and improving it. The first such structure, a command access point and observation bunker, is constructed in an unassuming suburban neighborhood near the Library of Arindell. This is the first such structure that would later become the foundation for 4826 Maple Dew.

Year 10 of the Age of the Dragon: **Obsession**

Year 12 of the Age of the Dragon: **Full Circle**
Year 13 of the Age of the Dragon: Ryoga leads the Second Army of Darkness against the Slayer Dragons and the Dark War begins.

Year 14 of the Age of the Dragon: **Heart of the Journey**

Year 16 of the Age of the Dragon: the Slayer Dragons use Chain Attack to banish the Second Army of Darkness. Hunter and Ryoga battle and Ryoga is trapped and imprisoned. The world of life is safe for a time.

Year 19 of the Age of the Dragon: the Slayer Dragons disappear mysteriously. Emily Jusenkyou goes to Ryoga in his prison for help. Ryoga tells her how to find the Slayer Dragons, and she falls in love with him. Ryoga escapes.

Year 20 of the Age of the Dragon: Emily’s son Joshua is born.

Year 24 of the Age of the Dragon: Ryoga kidnaps Joshua and takes him to his fortress on the River Styx.

Year 27 of the Age of the Dragon: **Joshua**

Year 30 of the Age of the Dragon: Ryoga and Joshua face the Slayer Dragons and Hunter invokes the power of the Last Dynasty. Joshua is crippled and Ryoga’s power is broken.

Year 31 of the Age of the Dragon: Hunter and Lina’s second child, Naomi, is born.

Year 33 of the Age of the Dragon: Hunter Jusenkyou spends a term teaching at Gudersnipe.

Year 35 of the Age of the Dragon: Joshua finds the long-lost Arkinoid technology and regains his ability to walk. The Dynasty Project is begun.

Year 35 of the Age of the Dragon: **Revival**

Year 35 of the Age of the Dragon: **The Red Tiger**

Year 36 of the Age of the Dragon: **The New Recruit**

Year 36 of the Age of the Dragon: **Aspect of Death**

Year 36 of the Age of the Dragon: development on Kiyoku Bit system is begun.

Year 38 of the Age of the Dragon: along with the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Ryoga leads the Third Army of Darkness into the world, and Hunter ascends into the Light and becomes the Ascended Warrior of Light. Leading the Army of Light he drives Ryoga back a third time.

Year 38 of the Age of the Dragon: **The Path to Ascension(Story)**

Year 39 of the Age of the Dragon: Hunter visits the Djr Archipelago

Year 43 of the Age of the Dragon: the Dynasty Class Gunjin Goddesses in Real Type mode are completed, and the first Victory Fleet goes to war against the Kamians.

Year 43 of the Age of the Dragon: **Absolution**

Year 44 of the Age of the Dragon: with the continuing war against the Kamians in full swing, Naomi Jusenkyou runs away from home, and travels to Tournament World to seek her fortune as a mech pilot.

Year 50 of the Age of the Dragon: Hunter leads a strike force against Marigold, the threat for which the entire Victory Facility was initially established. The first victory fleet arrives at Sol to defend against the kingpin of the Marigold Invasion.

Year 50 of the Age of the Dragon: **The Road to War(Story)**

Year 50 of the Age of the Dragon: Utilizing every piece of technology developed, the strike force destroy the Marigold once and for all.

Year 50 of the Age of the Dragon: **The Concourse to Victory(Story)**

Year 50 of the Age of the Dragon: After defeating Marigold, Hunter and company return home triumphantly to find that Samuel Fate has begun his invasion of the Multi-Verse. Chaos ensues.

Year 50 of the Age of the Dragon: **The Inclination to Destiny(Story)**

Year 50 of the Age of the Dragon: As Samuel Fate quickly dominates the Multi-Verse, all sense of order is lost. The Age of the Dragon ends, and the Long Night begins.

Year 51 of the Age of the Dragon: **Dragon's Teeth**