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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Time Line of Ganna. Taking notes was okay, but the notes got scattered and lost at times. Every four years, another holiday called Shieldmeet is added as a leap day immediately following the Midsummer holiday.
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Shattered Lands Dark Sun: My calenadr 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. Stardard or Leap Year. I’m sorry, but we no longer support this web browser. I decided that the days would simply restart at the beginning of each new year, which differentiates calndar version from WotC’s but keeps things simple.
Leap Year Calender Standard Calender. We’ve already been saving your edits, so if you upgrade now you will have instant access to your previous versions. The year gap between Cormyr Reckoning and Dalereckoning has caused much of the confusion regarding elder days.
Earth Year- Anno Domini. 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.
There are clearly days arranged in 12 months, just like the Gregorian faeun. Plus, you get a day free trial, so there’s fafrun to lose.
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The years of Faerun are divided up into categories like our B. Their intellectual property and logos belong to each company respectively and this site is in no way a challenge to their rights. Since this time, humans were permitted by the Elven Court to settle in the more open regions of the forests.
These titles are supposed to represent major events for the year, so they are spread and used regularly. We think you’ll have a much more enjoyable experience. The current campaign date of the Forgotten Realms is DR—as of the real-world year of Princes of the Apocalypse. The Continent of Orron. 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.
It became as much a memento as anything else and added a sense of solidity to our game. Wake of the Ravager Dark Sun Online: The calender year begins on Winter 31 and ends the following Winter Often people will talk about tendays in groups: If you like what you read here, check out my gaming books or help another way!
They went on to keep track of the birthdays of key NPCs, as well as wedding anniversaries and new births. Two noted seers, Alaundo and Augathra, wrote down short titles for thousands of years.
Every four years, another holiday called Shieldmeet is added as a leap day immediately following the Midsummer holiday.
There are days in the year, split up into twelve months of thirty days each with five holidays that fall between some months. The Continent of Conford. In any case, not all cultures and nations use Dalereckoning years to record their history, and a DM should keep this in mind.
Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities. Each week consists of ten days, called a tenday, with three tenday per month. Views Read Edit View history. Having a printed calendar on hand helped us to keep track of major events in our campaign. Dalereckoning is taken from faern Year of Sunrise, when the Standing Stone was raised by the elves of Cormanthor and the human Dalesfolk. Dalereckoning is the calemdar common year measurement and is used in all of the Forgotten Realms sourcebooks.
The Forgotten Realms calendar later hosted at WotC appears to do the same thing. Every four years there is a Leap Year Day that is added at the end of Summer.
Click on the link to see the date listed on either calendar. This is understandable [ who?
Calendar of Harptos
You should check them out. It aided the player who was so kind as to keep a campaign journal for us and kept me from wandering off track in my notes, as well. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. There are days in the year, split up into twelve months of thirty calenadr each with five holidays that fall between some months. The names of the months are given in both the formal names and the common ones.