This is a partial time line of events that occurred in (or are of interest to) Forever Knight fandom.
- The original pilot, "Nick Knight", airs as a CBS TV movie 20 Aug 1989.
1992 to 1996Edit
- Forever Knight was in its first run on television.
- Forever Knight debuts 5 May 1992 as part of CBS's Crimetime After Primetime line-up.
- In September 1992, FORKNI-L Mailing List was created by Jean Prior and Laurie Salopek for the posting of fan fiction and discussion relating to Forever Knight.
- On 2 March 1993, the final episode of Season One is shown. Crimetime After Primetime is cancelled; and Forever Knight goes into hiatus.
- On 12 May 1993, after numerous complaints about the number of stories being posted to ForKNI-L, Jean Prior and Laurie Salopek spin off FKFIC-L specifically for fan fiction.
- By the end of the year, there was much on-list discussion of factions among Forever Knight fans.
- On January 13, 1994, “Like a Shepherd,” possibly the first piece of X-Files fan fiction, was posted to the Internet. It was a Forever Knight/X-Files crossover and was written by Lisa Payne.
- The first Forever Knight War, "A Call to Arms", is played in January. It involved the Cousins against the embryonic Knighties, FoDs, and Ravenettes, with the NatPackers and Die-Hards emerging in the course of the war. About 20 people take part.
- By March, filming had begun on Season Two. However, the return of the show (in syndication) is delayed.
- War Two: 3–19 July 1994. Some 43 people take part.
- On 17 September 1994, Season Two debuted with "Killer Instinct", which returned LaCroix to the present-day cast.
- War Three: Oct-Nov 1994. Some 44 people take part.
- January - Susan Garrett and Calliope Monsoon construct the first set of ForKni-L Affiliation Pins on New Year's Eve, and distribute them to FK fans at Dead of Winter Con.
- War Four - February
- On 16 February 1995, the FKSPOILR mailing list is created by Laurie Salopek with the permission of Jean Prior. Its mandate is the discussion of spoilers for new episodes of Forever Knight.
- On 29 July 1995, the last episode of Season Two, "Crazy Love", was aired. It should be noted that production order and broadcast order for Season Two differ markedly.
- In the summer of 1995 in the Forever Knight fan fiction community, Susan M. Garrett issued a "Song Challenge." This would inspire authors well into 1999.
- By the summer of this year, the term "beta reading" was being used on FKFIC-L. (Wendy Perkins)
- On 16 September 1995, Season Three begins with "Black Buddha: Part One". Half the original cast had been replaced; and fan response is varied.
- War Five - 27 October to 20 November
- On November 2, 1995, the Tomorrow People mailing list was founded. This list was created in response to a crossover written by Wendy Perkins titled “On the Wings of Pigs.” The story was a Tomorrow People, Highlander and Forever Knight crossover. (Wendy Perkins)
- War Six - February, not a war but the fans' campaign to stop the cancellation of the series (retrospectively called a "War")
- By May of this year, the term "beta reading" was being used in this fan fiction community on the Usenet group alt.tv.forever-knight.
- By 19 April 1996, Mr. Happy's Forever Knight Site had been created by Frédéric Ferland to provide a compendium of information about the series and FK fandom.
- On 17 May 1996, the final episode of Forever Knight, "Last Knight" airs. The story is controversial with fans, not just because it is the finale, but because the plot kills off most of the characters. It immediately sparks a flood of fan fiction (dubbed "Last Knight stories"), much of which is denial fic of one sort or another.
- On 11 June 1996, the FKSPOILR list is closed, since there are no new episodes to be "spoiled".
- The FTP Site fan fiction archive is created as an extension of the FKSPOILR mailing list. It is later suddenly deleted.
- Mel Moser uses the FTP archive to found fkfanfic.com, intending it to become the major Forever Knight fan fiction archive.
- War Seven - 27 July to 12 August. Conceptually, this war was designed to find ways of dealing with "Last Knight".
- The Forever Knight community was giving out Halo Awards this year. Among the categories included were Crossovers and Historic stories.
- War Eight - 13–28 June
- On 21 December 97, Susan M. Garrett suggests on ForKNI-L that the community establish Forever Knight Fan Fiction Awards.
- Some time this year, the FTP Site disappears again.
- War Nine - 25 April to 12 May
- On 26 June 1998, registration begins for the Forever Knight Fan Fiction Awards; it runs to August 9th.
- From 29 June to 12 July 1998, stories were nominated for the Forever Knight Fan Fiction Awards, in various categories determined by type and length.
- On 16 August 1998, the names of the winners were posted to ForKNI-L.
- On 10 December 1998, notice of the next year's awards was posted to ForKNI-L by Susan Garrett.
- By December 1998, Imajiru had founded Immajer's Screen Capture Archive!, containing a collection of screen captures from several episodes intended as a resource for other fans creating their own websites.
- The Forever Knight Fan Fiction Awards were awarded.
- In January, the FTP Site is restored by Stephanie Kellerman.
- In May, Amy R. starts Amy's Forever Knight Fanfiction Recommendation of the Month on her Bright Knight website.
- On/by 29 June 1999, Kristin Harris has started the website Knight Vision, with a large archive that eventually encompasses high quality screencaps for the use of other fans; clips, outtakes, and bloopers from the show; her own vids, wallpaper, icons, and other fanart; and forums.
- War Ten - 13–27 August
- The Forever Knight Fan Fiction Awards were awarded.
- On 29 February 2000, the Forever Knight Episode Archives website debuts, containing screen captures collected by Nancy Taylor, Linda Sriro, and Mel Moser, as a resource for fans creating their own sites.
- On 9 March 2000, updates cease to fkfanfic.com.
- The Raven Awards were instituted to promote Forever Knight fan fiction (stories posted to the Raven Awards Yahoo Group).
- By this time, among other reasons, FanFiction.net made age discrimination almost impossible if you wanted to read new fan fiction.
- By 2 February 2001, the JADFE adult fan fiction archive had been moved to http://www.lady-lacroix.com. (It had previously been at http://www.evil.org/jadfe//)
- On 8 May 2001, Forever Knight Fan Fiction 2 (aka fkfanfic2.com) is created to replace the inactive fkfanfic.com as an ongoing archive for fan fiction.
- War Eleven - 5 to 19 July
- The 2001 Raven Awards were given out in the Forever Knight fan fiction community.
- On 4 April 2003, the last new stories were uploaded to the JADFE adult archive.
- The 2003 Raven Awards were given out in the Forever Knight fan fiction community.
- War Twelve - 8 to 22 November
- The last record of Immajer's Screen Capture Archive! by the Wayback Machine.
- The 2004 Raven Awards were given out in the Forever Knight fan fiction community.
- Mel Moser revives fkfanfic.com, accepting new stories to the archive (to be uploaded by the authors), and begins a partial transfer of JADFE stories to the archive. However, fkfanfic.com never regains its old status in the fandom as an active main archive.
- On 13 October the last new stories are recorded as being added to the Forever Knight Fan Fiction 2 archive.
- On October 23, 2006, season three of Forever Knight was released on DVD. 
- In December 2007, Kodia started the Forever Knight Wiki.
- Summer/Fall: Collection of GeoCities Forever Knight websites for preservation.
- In February 2010, official debut of the Forever Knight Website Archive.
- FK Fic Fest LiveJournal Forever Knight ficathon: sign-ups 18 February to 18 March; stories posted 18 to 30 May.
- FKWar 13 - first half of October
- In July, FK Fic Fest is held for the second time.
- FK Comment Fic debuts with a "Dead Dog Party" for unused prompts from FK Fic Fest 2011.
- From February to October, Greer Watson creates a set of faction icons, posted to her LiveJournal account.
- In July/August, FK Fic Fest is held for the third time.
- FK Comment Fic holds its second "Dead Dog Party" for unused prompts from FK Fic Fest 2012.
- FKWar 14 - second half of January.