The Telluric Threnody
The current timeline in use by the Ashen Church is marked by year Post Plaustra, or pp.
The current year is 204 pp.
There are 13 months to a 362 day year. Each month is comprised of 28 days except the first and last months, which only have 27.
The months are, in order:
There are seven days to each week. The first day of the week is similiar to our Sunday, and it is seen as a day of worship for most human settlements.
In order, the days of the week are:
The -atay at the end of each day often gets abused, shortened, lengthened or mispronounced based on regional dialects and accents.
There is one moon orbiting the Telluric, and it is called Lunocte. Lunocte has a 28 day cycle with an average phase shift of 1 day per month based on its apogee and perigree.
To see the Calendar in text format, click here.