The following historical timeline was translated from GE 編年史. Some additional details are taken from elsewhere (see related links below).
1483 - The country of Opoluto was in economic recession, due to its trade with Katai being cut off by Targa, which opposed the nations of Orpesia. The noble explorer Ferruccio Espada, and his assistant Gilberto Granado, sought out a new oceanic trade route across the Dark Sea to the West.
1488 - Out of the 12 ships set forth from Opoluto, only the ship of Ferruccio Espada and his assistant Gilberto Granado reached the New World safely. To commemorate their discovery, the New World was named Granado Espada. Gilberto Granado, a commoner by birth, was elevated to the ranks of nobility.
1490 - The second expedition of Ferruccio Espada proved that the New World was uninhabited. Opoluto began massive development of the New World. Porto Bello was built as the first port in the New World. The rich commoners of Opoluto, with the help of the government, began to migrate.
1491 - The country of Nasr, long supported by Targa, was conquered by Vespanola. With that conquest, Illier lost its last foothold in Orpesia, forcing them to sign a peace treaty with Vespanola.
1492 - Ferruccio Expedition discovered Porto Bello Desolate Cliff. After facing powerful monsters, they realized that the New World is full of dangers.
1495 - Porto Bello was unable to cope with the rising influx of new settlers. Construction work began on a new port, Port of Coimbra.
1498 - Explorers discovered Cathari Falls.
1508 - Opoluto over-extended its fundings to develop the New World. Before it can reap the fruits of its labor, Opoluto faced the threat of bankruptcy. Vespanola cleared the debts in return for annexing all of Opoluto’s holdings in Orpesia and Granado Espada. To curb the opposition of Opoluto citizens, Vespanola appointed Ferruccio Espada as the First Governor of the New World. The people of Vespanola began to migrate to the New World.
1513 - The first stage construction of Port of Coimbra was completed.
1517 - King Julio V of Vespanola died, and was succeeded by Prince Enrique and Princess Anna.
1521 - Princess Esperanza of Vespanola was born. To commemorate the birth of the princess and the pioneering efforts of the New World, the immigrants began to build the city of Reboldeaux.
1525 - In order to link Port of Coimbra with Reboldeaux, Ferruccio Junction was being laid with roads. As more people settled in the New World, Vespanola formed New World Order Control Committee (NOCC), which began to oppose the governance of Ferruccio Espada. The discovery of Tetra Ruins suggested that the New World was once inhabited.
1529 - Under the orders of NOCC, pioneers began to excavate Tetra Ruins. Although the declared objectives were to verify the existence of natives and uncover the secrets of Tetra Ruins, most pioneers were just looking for hidden treasures and riches.
1530 - Following the tragedy of 4.3, excavation of Tetra Ruins ceased. The collapse of the catacombs killed many explorers. The few who survived died from monster attacks in the Grand Corridor. During this time, Henry Finan formed the Rescue Knights, which quickly won the support of the settlers.
1532 - King Enrique I of Vespanola died. Queen Anna withdrew from politics to spend her life at her husband’s grave. The government fell into the hands of the nobles.
1534 - To avoid the exactions of Reboldeaux and its soldiers, some settlers took the risk to expand their explorations, building the City of Auch. Pirates began to raid the coasts off Porto Bello. Governor Ferruccio Espada led his forces to stop the pirates.
1536 - Queen Esperanza ascended to the throne of Vespanola. Work began on the second stage of construction for Port of Coimbra. The development of Ferruccio Junction ceased due to monster attacks. Ferruccio Espada defeated the pirates of Porto Bello. The construction of Reboldeaux was completed. The development site of City of Auch was nearly destroyed by monsters. Grenmah saved the site.
1537 - The power struggle between Ferruccio Espada and NOCC continued to escalate. Ferruccio Espada discovered Katovic Snowfield, and began the construction of Ferruccio Wall. During the construction, Gilberto Granado died.
1538 - Grenmah was invited by Queen Esperanza back to the homeland. NOCC applied for permit to build Prison de Joaquin for holding political prisoners of Vespanola. Auch began to develop into an industrial city.
1539 - Unnatural forces in Porto Bello began to accumulate shipwrecks. Ferruccio Espada died, leaving behind “Multi multa, nemo omnia novit”. Rumors began to spread that his death was caused by NOCC.
1540 - The Three-Year War began between Bristia and Vespanola. The supplies from Vespanola to the New World ceased, halting all pioneering efforts. Taking advantage of the homeland’s disregard for the New World, NOCC head quarters was attacked.
1541 - NOCC disbanded, and Prison de Joaquin was abandoned and forgotten. Illier joined the war as Vespanola’s ally.
1543 - The Naval Battle of Baleares commerced. Vespanola’s Red Navy miraculously defeated the more powerful Bristia’s fleet. The Three-Year War ended with Vespanola’s victory.
1544 - In order to deal with the social problems caused by the War Nobles in Vespanola, Queen Esperanza announced the Reconquista Policy, sending them over to the New World. To replace NOCC, Reboldeaux region was governed by Sir Lyndon, while Port of Coimbra was governed by Nunez. To commemorate the victory of war, Illier commissioned the Ferruccio Statue.
1545 - Queen Esperanza ordered the development of Al Quelt Moreza. In order to open the roads, Ferruccio Statue was situated at Ferruccio Junction.
1548 - Bishop Dios Latem was executed on charges of high treason. The construction of Al Quelt Moreza ceased, along with the work on Ferruccio Statue.
1551 - Explorers discovered Ustiur, and were disturbed by the dinosaurs. Grenmah was appointed leader of the exploration, and the Rescue Knights were sent to Ustiur.