On 4 War March 1001 HE, the Kuladul empire was formed by the hobgoblin warlord Barog. He created a warmongering nation fighting outsiders as well as their own. The internal conflict was the result of Kuladul's hobgoblins, a people always thirsting for war, competing with one another for greater combat prowess. Outsiders often joked that even the family units were designated squads, with the mother or father, depending on fighting prowess and charisma, the family's head of household and commander. For nearly two thousand years, Carororn, the empire's capital, served as the center of a warmongering nation controlling a large swathe of the Irazaggumak valley and into parts of the Khizunul mountains.
In the First Epoch, Phlehorn's eastern expansion led to conflict with Kuladul. Numerous battles and six wars followed. In the last, the Sixth Siguzilbak War (776 - 784), Carororn lay besieged for five years. At the time, the empire was a shell of its former greatness. War they loved, but wars from the east with the Rúmil and west from Phlehorn had taken its toll. Weakened from wars and needing help, they had also become a tributary state to the Andigimok. In 784, with the fall of their capital, the empire ceased to exist. Its population centers in enemy hands, the Kuladul's hobgoblins were encouraged to move on.