About the Calendar

“…to know how to tell time is a useful trait to have for any man, if only to vaguely understand where he is in the Great Ocean of Time.”

The Years of Man are compromised of the following months:
February – Lasts 31 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Beginning.

March – lasts 30 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Joy.
April – lasts 37 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Song.
May – Lasts 40 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Love.

June – Lasts 42 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Triumph.
July – Lasts 40 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Glory.
August – Lasts 38 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Victory.

September – Lasts 51 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Labour.
October – Lasts 47 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Hunting.
November – Lasts 42 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Storage.

December – Lasts 32 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Cold.
January – Lasts 51 days. It is commonly reffered to as the Time of Death.

The Years of Haldwarves are compromised of the following months, arranged in order from first to last: (A note on Haldwarves. Like their ancient kin, the Dwarves, they have a unique calendar based on various minerals. Instead of the human calendar of 481 days divided into 12 months, they have 9 months that each last 50 days and a final month that lasts 31. The last day of the year is known as the Day of Turning.)

Granite
Galena
Felsite

Hematite
Limonite
Malachite

Quartzite
Flint
Slate

Adamantine

“… the other peoples have long since abandoned their ancient calendars, adopting the flexible and simplistic human calendar.”

About the Calendar

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