Tetaur Each week consists of ten days, called a tenday. The years of Faerun are divided up into categories like our Caledar. Five of these months Hammer, Tarsakh, Flamerule, Eleint, and Uktar have fest days that are not numbered at the end of those months. JavaScript is currently disabled.

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These are of neccessity not exact, and there is often confusion fro travelers in foreign lands. In large cities, temple bells toll to mark the hours, and each hour is a "bell" - counting from the hour after midnight or noon and numbering Noon and midnight are both referred to as "12 bells," though some of the temples most concerned with precise time Gond and Lathander, for example , have gone to a bell nomenclature, where noon is 12 bells and midnight is 24 bells.

Return to top. It defines a day year divided into 12 months of 30 days - or 3 tendays - each. Five special days fall between the months, and every four years a leap day, Shieldmeet, is added to the calendar immediately following Midsummer night.

A tenday is also, though less commonly, called a ride, and consists of ten days. The days do not have names, but are instead referred to by number: first-day, second-day, and so on. Most people count using their thumbs as first-day; halflings, however, are famous for using their pinkies to count first-day, and thus the phrase "counting like a halfling" has come to mean someone is being different just to be difficult. The months and holidays are listed below ; the days of the solstices and equinoxes are: Winter Solstice: Nightal


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This helps alleviate any confusion from multiple writers using different names for the same year. Each kingdom or city-state numbers years differently, usually to measure the reign of a dynasty or the current monarch, or since the founding of the country. The result is a hodgepodge of overlapping numbers that serve to confuse the ordinary person and frustrate the sage. The widespread differing year dates include the following: Dalereckoning DR : Dalereckoning is taken from the Year of Sunrise, when the Standing Stone was raised by the elves of Cormanthor and the human Dalesfolk. Since this time, humans were permitted by the Elven Court to settle in the more open regions of the forests.


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A guide to the Forgotten Realms that anyone can edit , covering all editions and media. When gnomes are involved, always check the date. But what he found was a geriviar upset at having her isolation disturbed and not impressed by his attempts to teach castling. Tracking the sword Alamion up the Sword Coast North, Look-a-troopa ran afoul of poisonous wood woses , was tricked by a space mimic , got entangled with plantmen on Ruathym , and was trapped by Selgryn kobolds at the Ice Lakes , and, worst of all, found a horax crawling on her neck. But he also came across a copy of the Black Chronology. And remember: stay 5 feet 1. New pages Go to the Forum Featured Article Dethek was a runic script used by dwarves and a few other humanoid races to record language, usually by engraving stone or fine metal.


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Meshakar Having a printed calendar on hand helped us to keep track of major events in our campaign. Stardard or Leap Year. This Web site is not affiliated with, endorsed, sponsored, or specifically approved by Wizards of the Coast LLC, Paizo, or any other game company. JavaScript is currently disabled. A Shieldmeet year — or, as we know it, dalendar leap year — occurs once every four years, adding an extra day that follows the Midsumer festival. The result is a hodgepodge of overlapping numbers that serve to confuse the ordinary person and frustrate the sage. The campaign setting book 3.


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Kinda wonder if the peasantry is getting jaded at this point Not like peasants can afford to get rezzed But we can get a good idea of when it takes place. The module states that 50 years ago, the yuan-ti were banished from Hisari and came to Omu.

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