The Imperial Calendar

Each year is 384 days long. There are twelve months, each consisting of four weeks. Each week has eight days. Weeks are named just like days and months are. Instead of saying “The second Galenday of Jadztar”, one could say “The Jadztar Sazti Galanday” or more commonly “The ninth of Jadztar”.

The days of the week always fall on the same days of the month.

Months Weeks Days
(4 Weeks) (8 Days) (24 Hours)
Neuvtar Vinti Galanday
Rallintar Sazti Storroday
Tibertar Zolti Klivetday
Jadztar Hanti Polxday
Bonneltar Talinday
Scolrantar Narrixday
Lazzitar Vexiday
Joxtar Lorrisday
Davroxtar
Mineltar
Wirrentar
Qualloztar

Year: 384 Days, 12 Months
Month: 32 Days, 4 Weeks
Week: 8 Days

Suffixes:
“Tar” means “Month of”
“Ti” means “Week of”
“Day” means “Day of”

Months are named for the brightest star in the sky at that time.
Weeks are unofficially named for the moon that is waxing to full during them.
Days are named for legendary people from before the Eternal Empire except for Galensday (Named for the 1st Emperor’s grandfather).

4 Moons:
Vin
Saz
Zol
Han

Moons are full on Lorrisday of the week named for them and new on Lorrisday two weeks prior/after.

Winter Solstice: Neuvtar 1st, First day of the year.
Spring Equinox: Jadztar 1st
Summer Solstace: Lazzitar 1st
Autumn Equinox: Mineltar 1st

A Season is 96 days, or 3 months.

Major Holidays:

Winter Solstice
Summer Solsice
Spring Equinox
Autumn Equinox

Autumn Harvest Festival. Lasts 3 Days.
Spring Festival of Renewal. Lasts 3 Days.

Galen I’s Birthday: First Emperor’s Birthday.
New Dawn: This marks the end of the Mage War.
Founding Day: The day Galen I declared himself Emperor creating the Eternal Empire.
Dreadmourn: The day Galen XX was assassinated. It marks the start of the Mage War. It is also considered the last day of the Eternal Empire.

The Imperial Calendar

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