This page serves as a timeline for all the occurrences in the Redwall saga.
- Urthrun the Gripper, Spearlady Gorse, Ceteruler the Just, and Bluestripe the Wild rule Salamandastron.
- King Mortspear rules his northern stronghold and sires two sons, Ungatt Trunn and Verdauga Greeneyes.
- Lord Stonepaw arrives at Salamandastron, forms Stonepaw's Stalwarts.
- Boar the Fighter goes questing to Salamandastron.
- Verdauga discovers Kotir, takes residence, sires two children, Tsarmina Greeneyes and Gingivere. In the process, he terrorizes Mossflower and drives the tribe of Luke the Warrior north.
- Woodlanders led by Barkstripe fight against the Greeneyes family; Barkstripe is slain in battle.
- Lord Brocktree dies after Boar reaches Salamandastron.
- Vilu Daskar attacks Luke's tribe. Sayna is killed, and several creatures are taken captive.
- Luke the Warrior captures the Greenhawk and sails after Vilu Daskar.
- Badrang the Tyrant arrives on the North Shores and abandons Tramun Clogg, taking his vermin northeast.
- Construction of Marshank begins.
- Martin the Warrior is captured by Badrang.
- Vilu Daskar and Luke are killed during the sinking of the Goreleech. Luke's remaining companions execute any surviving searats and establish camp in the ruins of the ship.
- Battle of Marshank occurs. Badrang is killed by Martin the Warrior.
- Martin leaves Noonvale and heads south.
- Sunflash the Mace leaves Mossflower searching for Boar the Fighter.
- A plague strikes Loamhedge Abbey, forcing the residents to flee.
- Martin the Warrior arrives in Mossflower Woods, and is taken captive by Verdauga Greeneyes.
- Verdauga Greeneyes is assassinated by Tsarmina and Fortunata; Tsarmina usurps power over Mossflower.
- Loamhedge mice arrive in Mossflower.
- Martin, Gonff, and Young Dinny quest to Salamandastron to find Boar the Fighter.
- Boar the Fighter forges the Sword of Martin.
- Boar, the questors, and the Long Patrol engage in battle with Ripfang and his crew. Ripfang and Boar are both slain.
- Woodlanders besiege and sack Kotir. Martin the Warrior defeats Tsarmina.
- Construction begins on Redwall Abbey.
- Martin, Gonff, and Dinny quest north to learn about the fate of Luke the Warrior.
- Construction ends on Redwall Abbey.
- Martin goes off on an unknown quest.
- Gonff steals the eyes of the Great Doomwyte Idol and hides them.
- Sunflash the Mace comes to Salamandastron.
- Veil Sixclaw is born to Swartt and Bluefen but is abandoned and taken to Redwall shortly thereafter.
- After an attempted murder, Veil is banished from Redwall Abbey.
- Swartt's horde is defeated.
First Intermediate Period
- Construction begins on The Bell Tower.
- Greypatch and his crew are defeated.
- Gabool is defeated; Rawnblade gives the Joseph Bell to Redwall Abbey.
- Mariel and Dandin go off to seek adventures.
- The Bell Tower is completed, and the Joseph Bell installed in it.
- Aubretia and Bultip come to the Abbey and share the story of Martin the Warrior; the Late Rose is planted in the grounds.
- Gael is sprung from the dungeons of Castle Floret and gathers an army.
- Urgan Nagru and his horde are defeated by Southswarders and Redwallers.
- Ferahgo the Assassin slays Urthrun and Urthound; Loambudd flees with Urthwyte to the Great Inland Sea.
- Mara runs away from Salamandastron.
- An epidemic of Dryditch Fever strikes Redwall Abbey.
- Ferahgo and Urthstripe kill each other; Urthwyte becomes Badger Lord of Salamandastron.
- Descendants of Gonff the Mousethief are banished from Redwall Abbey for thievery; Gonfelin tribe formed.
- Period of prolonged peace throughout Mossflower Country.
- The abandoned Loamhedge Abbey is destroyed in an earthquake.
- Malkariss comes to power.
- Matthias is found orphaned and taken into Redwall.
- Cluny the Scourge enters Mossflower Country.
- Late Rose Summer Wars begin.
- Sela the Vixen and Chickenhound executed by Cluny. Chickenhound survives the attempt and crawls to Redwall, where he is given medical treatment.
- Chickenhound escapes Redwall with stolen property.
- Asmodeus attacks Chickenhound and leaves him for dead. Chickenhound pulls through his injuries but is left mutilated.
- Sword of Martin recovered from Asmodeus' lair in the Quarry. Asmodeus is killed by Matthias.
- Cluny the Scourge is slain by Matthias, and his army is subsequently wiped out. Abbot Mortimer is fatally injured and dies shortly afterward.
- Brother Mordalfus becomes the new Abbot of Redwall.
- Chickenhound adopts a new identity as Slagar the Cruel and begins his wanderings.
- Slagar the Cruel finds Kingdom of Malkariss and falls into work as a slaver.
- Slagar the Cruel kidnaps several youths from Redwall, including Mattimeo.
- General Ironbeak launches an assault on Redwall. The Sparra reserve garrison, including the old, sick, and children, is wiped out.
- Matthias and his allies track Slagar to the Kingdom of Malkariss.
- Battle of Malkariss occurs; Malkariss is slain.
- Redwallers launch a counterattack on Ironbeak's forces. General Ironbeak is killed in action, and his remaining forces surrender.
- Slagar the Cruel falls down a well. Matthias and Mattimeo return to Redwall.
Second Intermediate Period
- Fermald the Ancient inherits the Tears of all Oceans from the deceased Graylunk and hides them in various places around Redwall Abbey.
- Gormad Tunn and the Rapscallions attack Salamandastron but are routed by Lady Cregga Rose Eyes and the Long Patrol and forced to retreat.
- Gormad finally dies of injuries sustained in battle with Cregga; Damug Warfang treacherously slays Byral Fleetclaw to ascend to the position of chief.
- Redwall's South Battlement is crushed by a tree; Abbess Tansy and Foremole Diggum discover the ruins of Kotir far beneath it.
- The Battle of the Ridge of a Thousand takes place; Damug Warfang and his Rapscallions are defeated.
- Lady Cregga Rose Eyes is blinded for life and comes to Redwall Abbey.
- Russano the Wise becomes Lord of Salamandastron.
- Gawjo Swifteye leaves Mossflower in search of the Marlfoxes.
- Songbreeze Swifteye and friends recover the Tapestry and return it to Redwall; Gawjo returns home to his wife.
- The reign of the Marlfoxes comes to an end; Mighty Megraw becomes king of Castle Marl.
- Cregga, the longest-ruling badger mother in Redwall history, is slain by Vallug Bowbeast.
- King Sarengo is slain by Berussca, but not before inadvertently creating a monster by binding her children together with a mace and chain.
- Redwall gains its only female warrior chosen to bear Martin's sword, Trisscar Swordmaid.
- The slaves of Riftgard Island are freed.
- Rakkety Tam MacBurl and Wild Doogy Plumm pledge their swords in service to Squirrelking Araltum and Idga Drayqueen.
- Yoofus Lightpaw finds the Walking Stone and keeps it as a pet.
- Gulo comes to Mossflower, leaving a trail of slaughter behind him.
- Tam defeats Gulo and becomes the next Abbey Warrior.
- Riggu Felis is maimed for life by Pandion Piketalon, and orders the death of all birds on Green Isle.
- Tiria Wildlough answers a call from the spirit of her ancestor and becomes the next High Rhulain of Green Isle.
- Riggu Felis is defeated.
- Great Vermin Wars occur.
- Vizka Longtooth dies by the paw of Gorath the Flame.
- Gorath becomes Lord of Salamandastron.
("Thousands of seasons" after the events of Mossflower according to Korvus Skurr)
- Korvus Skurr ascends to the position of Great Doomwyte.
- The Gonfelins return to Redwall Abbey after generations of banishment.
- Log-a-Log Tugga Bruster is shamed and deposed.
- Lair of the Wytes is destroyed; Baliss and Korvus Skurr are slain.
- Axtel Sturnclaw comes to Mossflower.
- Ravagers kidnap many Redwall and Mossflower young ones; Flandor is slain.
- Zwilt wages war on Redwall; both he and Vilaya are slain.
- Ambrevina Rockflash comes to Salamandastron.
- Razzid Wearat and his crew attack the High North Coast with disastrous results, and are forced back home to Irgash.
- Razzid returns to Mossflower country with a wheeled ship to attack Salamandastron and Redwall Abbey.
- The Rogue Crew Sea Otters, Long Patrol, and Redwallers defeat Razzid and his forces.
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