Composing Dates: The accepted formal arrangement of calendar dates and how they are properly composed begins by stating the name of the week, followed by the day, then month and year. This formal reckoning begins numbering the days of each week within any given from one to seven and starts again with one for the ensuing week. For example, the 11th day of the month of Ashtoven is written or spoken as “Malleus 4th, Ashtoven 604 AR.” rather than “Ashtoven 11th.” However, in the past generation or two, informal writtings and day-to-day discourse have leaned toward the latter. Because of this, both methods are acceptable, although the majority of printed matter still applies dates in the formal style. The BR in calender dates refers to “Before Rebellion”, whilst AR refers to “After Rebellion”.


Month # Morrowan Menite Rhulic Holiday Equatorial Season
1 Glaceus Glaceus Dovern
2 Cateus Cateus Uldern Day of Accord and Sulonsphar
3 Trineus Trineus Dolern Day of Markus
4 Tempen Tempes Ormul Tempenfast (Temptressfest) Vernal Exquinox (Vendarl 7)
5 Cinten Cinotes Odul Blight’s Eve;Shoudfall
6 Rowen Prautes Gordul Summerfaire Season(Through Octesh)
7 Solesh Septesh Lodar Summer Solstice (Malleus 7)
8 Octesh Octesh Durgar
9 Katesh Sulesh Odomar Tenfest
10 Goloven Golovus Godesh Autumnal Equinox (Donard 7)
11 Doloven Martus Sigmon Dark Ascension
12 Khadoven Khadovus Rordon Ascension Mass
13 Ashtoven Ashtovus Jhoron Longest Night (Once every 3 years, Also known as Winter Fest) Winter Solstice (Gorim 7)


Weeks # Morrowan Menite
1 Vendral Ozeall
2 Malleus Luctine
3 Donard Donard
4 Gorim Vilmon

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