| This Year In|
- 1750-1784: Career of Sleeper and impostor-adventurer Count Saint-Germaine, who claims to possess great age, secret dyeing techniques and the ability to correct flawed jewels.
- Wyrm agents plan to disrupt Native American burial sites in the name of science. Thomas Jefferson, despite being hated by the Wyrm, falls for the scheme and initiates the first excavations. Some defiled sites set Wyrm-beasts free. 
- The British Government comissions the India Act. The East India Company is placed under Parliamentary scrutiny, aimed at restricting further territorial growth, eradicating corruption and providing for revisions to the EIC’s royal charter. Commercial and local affairs, however, remain under EIC supervision.