For reasons of gameplay and mathematical simplicity, we use the Gregorian calendar with the month names changed.


There are seven days in the week. They are named after the gods considered the most important to society. They are as follows:
Pela – Sunday, named for Pelor. This is a day of rest, or at least of minimal work. You should take time to appreciate life on Pela.
Avana – Monday, named for Avandra. This is the day that work in a new week is expected to begin. Avana is a good day to begin a change.
Bhama – Tuesday, named for Bahamut.
Eratha – Wednesday, named for Erathis. This is traditionally the day given to service to a lord, if it is due.
Mayla – Thursday, named for Melora. It is considered the most auspicious day to launch any journey by boat or through wilderness.
S’hana – Friday (pronounced sa hana), named for Sehanine. This is the autumn of the week. It is a day of mirth and quiet reflection, depending on season and mood.
Ravna – Saturday, named for the Raven Queen. This is the end of the week. It is the day that funerals are held. Weddings, birth-name ceremonies, etc. are never held on Ravna.


Here are the names of the months in the world (they are pronounced phonetically with the accent on the first syllable):

Sichen (Jan.) – it means month of ice and fog
Voja (Feb.) – quiet month
Berezen (Mar) – month of the birch
Viten (Apr) – month of flowers
Traven (May) – month of green grass
Chevick (June) – month of storms
Izen (July) – red month (as in short nights)
Sarpen (Aug) – month of harvest
Vresen (Sept) – month of heather
Jaller (Oct) – yellow month
Lystros (Nov) – month of falling leaves
Hruden (Dec) – month of freezing rain


Years are reckoned from the date of the founding of the ancient empire. That means the year the campaign starts is 7408 IR (Imperial Reckoning). If one should ever need to refer to a year before this, you would use the phrase “400 years ante-regnum, or 400 AR”.


Crossing the Penumbra gabek