A great hero who killed
Nysalor and founded the Autarchy
In 426 ST, he became a Humakti, called Humaktson.
In 428 ST, Arkat fought many battles at Kartolin Pass but failed to capture it.
In the next year, he stormed the City of Wolves
In 430 ST, Arkat moved away to see (at Nolos?) to prepare for a naval landing in Slontos
In 431 ST, he landed in Slontos and fought the battles of Sardrandos and Stenentos
In 432 ST, he won the Battle of Kaxtorplose with Hendrik the Free's help.
In 433 ST, he liberated Esrolia and spends the next few years in Kethaela and southern Dragon Pass
During this time, he built Arkat's Hold
He was healed of an old wound from Zorak Zoran by Garazaf Hyloric around this time.
In 436 ST, he failed in the Battles of the Four Gates to cross the Dragonspine
He succeeded the next year (in 437 ST) with a surprise move through the Dragon Skull Pass
In 438 ST, he fought the Battle of the Kitchen and won.
in 439 ST, he liberated the last of the Theyalans in the Battle of the Fields of Ash.
He is not apparently present in 441 ST when the Wave of Terror counterattacked.
He appears in the next year to clear away Nysaloran troops north of the Dragonspine.
In 443 ST, he marched north through Saird and Talastar, gaining allies.
In 444 ST, Arkat fought and lost the Battle of Markoth. He acquired an Uz bodyguard after this.
Arkat raised another army and fought and won the Battle of Dayhail. He then split the army into two, sending the Army of Orlanth against Dara Happa and the Army of Truth to Dorastor.
In 446 ST, Arkat was defeated at the Battle of Salinsfort.
A second chronology of the Gbaji Wars in Maniria exists with dates out of kilter with the above chronology. However since the original chronology has been supported in two publications, the dates of the second can only be taking as relative dating at best.