|Region||Aerie of Dragons|
|Founded||17 War March 9310 GE|
In 9310 GE, construction began on the settlement Diiv Revakaad. It was built by descendants of dragonborn soldiers that served under Bahamut in the First Dragon Wake (9251 GE - 9269 GE); a mini-war of the Demon Spawn War. It was a wild time, where nobody held anything significant, where things of the two previous wars still roamed and or popped out of some hole, wrecking entire settlements.
Colonist crusaders became a term during the early history of Diiv Revakaad. They began a campaign of expanding their territory, and eradicating pockets of evil. The people were led by those of crusader mindset. In general, things associated with Chaos, especially demons, were to be eradicated. Some were successful, most were not. The effort got more organized and successful under the town's first High Marshall. It was a title that hadn't been used since the Demon Spawn War, and then only for angels in service with the Quara'tun Covenant or dragons under Bahamut. Mulcantan, First High Marshall of Diiv Revakaad, conceived a plan to settle areas along a line from Diiv Revakaad to the Laag Grimolii mountains. His plan was most successfully carried out by the Strunmah Dein. These colonists set out on 6 Bloom 9355 GE. Around three centuries later, they founded Gaard Goraag. This holding was on the westernmost axis of a line of villages, towns, towers, forts and citadels stretching across Hiznaar Goz. Everything north of this axis to the Sands of Hell was becoming known as dragonborn lands.
The Aerie of Dragons was a dangerous land to build a civilization. It wasn't until the rise of Arkhosia that builders began to put more structures exposed to the open sky. The threat of a rogue dragon attack was that bad. Most of Diiv Revakaad is beneath the surface.
In the Third Burn, Diiv Revakaad fell to Bael Turath. After the fall of that empire, it remained a ruin for decades. It was rebuilt again by the dragon-blooded, remaining a city-state for several centuries, until being annexed by the Lahvirn Piiv.