FAERUN CALENDAR PDF

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The following launches the Forgotten Realms Calendar Tool — chronicling the complete cycle of days (with important holidays and Shieldmeet. D&D Forgotten Realms Calendar. The Hours of the Day. The Faerunian Year. The Calendar of Harptos. The Calendar of Harptos – picture. The Roll of Years. I used Twitter Bootstrap to pull together a calendar to help me keep track of time in my campaign. This will undoubtedly evolve as I find myself.

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Please link to articles rather than reposting. Old Campaign Stopped Stardard or Leap Year. The holy days of Faerun’s many fserun matter, as do the lineages of kings in the great cities.

The holidays do not fall on the actual day the season changes. It is a feast which continues in some places throughout the harvest, so that there is always food ready for those coming back from the fields. A day or relaxation before the preparation of the land before planting.

The third row gives the date in Runes “Garweeze Time” and the last row shows if the year is a leap or standard year. Since this time, humans were permitted by the Elven Court to settle in the more open daerun of the forests. The names of the months are given in both the formal names and the common ones.

Moonfestor Feast of the Moon, is the last grand festival of the year.

They also do not have names for days of the week. This is understandable [ who? Please upgrade your fadrun or install Chrome or Firefox to enjoy the full functionality of this site.

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My first campaign was set in the Realms and as it continued well beyond my initial hopes, my players started to ask about a way to keep track of dates that mattered to them. These titles are supposed to represent caleendar events for the year, so they are spread and used regularly. First, they decided on their characters’ birthdays and they marked the day their original group was formed.

But the best part was when the players started adding dates to it. The names of the months are given in both the formal names and the common ones.

Dalereckoning is the most common year measurement and is used in all of the Forgotten Realms sourcebooks. It is considered a bad omen if the weather is bad on this night. A more archaic system called Waterdeep Years WY dates from the supposed first use of Waterdeep as a trading post [ who? The years of Faerun are divided up into categories like our B.

In an attempt to get a handle on the various number systems in use, a new type of reckoning has been implemented with the approval of such worthies as Khelben “Blackstaff” Arunsun of Waterdeep and Vangerdahast of Cormyr and carried abroad by the Harpers.

Earth Year- Anno Domini. This helps alleviate any confusion from multiple writers using different names for the same year.

For Ganna it has been modified to a day calender almost identical to the Earth Calendar except the leap year is added to Arodus Autumn instead of Calistril February. Calendar of Harptos There are days in the year, split up into twelve months of thirty days each with five holidays that fall between some months. We kept the calendar with ferun campaign journal, in a folder accessible to all, and I reprinted it on a semi-regular basis.

Shattered Lands Dark Sun: This calender links up perfectly with the Toril, Earth and Rune Calendars. November Learn how and when to remove this template cslendar.

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Every four years there is a Leap Year Day that is added at the end of Summer. For the purpose of my rendition of the Harptos calendar, I added those days at the end of Hammer, Tarsakh, Flamerule, Eleint, and Uktar. Year names are listed in Year Names in Dalereckoning. Greengrass is the offical beginning of spring. Each month is split into 3 ten day weeks. So I went about the process of recreating the Calendar of Harptos as best I could, using the materials in the main farrun.

Ascendant campaigns can view previous versions of their pages, see what has changed and who did itand even restore old versions. It became as much a memento as anything else and added a sense of solidity to our game. The result is a hodgepodge of overlapping numbers that serve to confuse the ordinary person and frustrate the sage. Since each week is made up of ten days, they simply refer to the days by their numbers.

Each week consists of ten days, called a tenday, with three tenday per month.

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There are days in the year, split up into twelve months of thirty days each with five holidays that fall between some months. To see how this can work out in a campaign, fafrun a look at Our Basic Campaign Calendar.

The folk of Faerun do not generally have clocks to keep time so they arrange meetings by the time of day early morning, noon, dusk. The seasons run like they do for the northern hemisphere; Hammer is like January and Flamerule is like July.

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