~30,000 BCEdit

  • At the dawn of their period of usefulness, the Eidelons developed need of a guard. A race no one had quarrel with. A force to ensure harmony prevailed once negotiations had finished. They took great care to choose a species no one had met before and found a primitive, barely clothed species, far removed on the galaxy's outer spiral. Having brought some of them back, their evolution was accelerated with generous alterations, until they became the Eidelon's trusted acolytes – the Peacekeepers. It is theorized that the Sebacean's forebears were in fact Humans.[1]

~10,000 BCEdit

  • The activation of the Darnaz Triangle forces the Eidelon priests on Arnessk into stasis. The stasis lasts for 12,000 cycles, during which the remaining Eidelons lose their ability to influence peace and the Peacekeepers become more militant.[1][2][3]

100 ADEdit


  • The Charrids invade Hynerian space. They kill over a billion Hynerians and eat a million of their young before suicide attacks drive them off.[5]
  • Sometime before this date, the Luxans and Ilanics become blood allies.[6]



  • A heavily outnumbered group of Peacekeepers defends a monastery of nurses against the Venek Horde. The fighting ends in a truce after the leader of the Veneks realizes that only women and children remain in the monastery. The arrival of John Crichton, Aeryn Sun, Ka D'Argo, Stark, and Jool in the time period changes history, eventually preserving the end of the war, but leading to the slaughter of the nurses and children.[7]



  • Reading and writing become prominent in Luxan society.[9]
  • Br'Nee's people seed an asteroid with plant life.[10]



  • Zhaan kills Counselor Bitaal for his part in a PK-assisted coup d'état on Delvia. She is arrested and imprisoned by Peacekeepers.


  • After 17 years of meditation in prison, Zhaan overcomes her own dark impulses


  • Rygel is deposed by his cousin Bishan. He becomes a Peacekeeper prisoner. He is first imprisoned and tortured on the PK command carrier Zelbinion by Captain Selko Durka.


  • Rygel is transferred from the Zelbinion to another prison.
  • The Zelbinion is defeated in combat by the Nebari. Captain Selto Durka escapes the ship but is captured by the Nebari and spends nearly 100 cycles subjected to a mind-cleanse.[11]


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  • ro-NA enters service as a retainer to the Royal Family of the Breakaway Colonies.


  • Although not infected herself, Jool joins her cousins in cryostasis to await the discovery of a cure for their illness.
  • Jool and her cousins are sold to Grunchlk.


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  • D'Argo's wife Lo'Laan Tal is murdered by her brother Macton. He frames D'Argo for the murder.
  • Before his capture, D'Argo sends Jothee away.
  • Macton and Peacekeepers arrest Ka D'Argo. The Luxan is imprisoned aboard Moya.[12][13]





  • Aeryn Sun has a romantic affair with Lieutenant Tam Velorek while stationed aboard the Leviathan Moya. Velorek joins Pilot to Moya, replacing another, less cooperative member of his species. Velorek reveals his sabotage of Captain Crais's project to Aeryn Sun. Aeryn Sun betrays Velorek to Crais in return for transfer to duty as a Prowler pilot leading Crais to imprison, then (likely) execute Velorek.[16]



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  • Following her rejuvenation in 2004-05, Noranti Pralatong's third eye is due to reopen.


  • Princess Katralla and Elkar Tyno are due to emerge from their statue forms to rule the Breakaway Colonies in this year. Crichton's daughter is due to be born in the following months.[17]

Timeline NotesEdit

  • March 1999 is considered by this wiki to be the reference date for the timeline and has been constructed based on that as well as chronological references made throughout the show.
  • The events of "Terra Firma" and later are based upon dialogue at the end of "Kansas" establishing that the year is 2003 when John and his crew arrive at "present day" Earth.
  • All dates are based on the Earth calendar year.
  • Alternate universe dates – that can be accurately determined – are italicized and listed in the appropriate year.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Peacekeeper Wars: Part 1
  2. "What Was Lost - Sacrifice"
  3. "What Was Lost - Resurrection"
  4. "Look at the Princess - A Kiss is but a Kiss"
  5. "Infinite Possibilities - Daedalus Demands"
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Back and Back and Back to the Future"
  7. "...Different Destinations"
  8. "Crichton Kicks"
  9. "Revenging Angel"
  10. "Bone To Be Wild"
  11. "Durka Returns"
  12. "They've Got a Secret"
  13. "Mental as Anything"
  14. "We're So Screwed - Hot to Katratzi"
  15. "Won't Get Fooled Again"
  16. "The Way We Weren't"
  17. "Look at the Princess - The Maltese Crichton"