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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Obsidian Portal has a lot of really cool features that use JavaScript. Leap Year Calender Standard Calender. Old Campaign Stopped Plus, you get a day free trial, so there’s nothing to lose. It capendar a feast which continues in some places capendar the harvest, so that there is always food ready for those coming back from the fields.

I decided that the days would simply restart at the beginning of each new year, which differentiates my version from WotC’s but keeps things simple.

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Rogues Gallery of Ganna. A Shieldmeet year – or, as we know it, a leap year – occurs once every four years, adding an extra day that follows the Midsumer festival. Betrothals are traditionally made on this night. Year names are listed in Year Names in Dalereckoning.


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So I went about the process of recreating the Calendar of Harptos as best I could, using the materials in the main book. I’m ready to Ascend!

This article includes a list of referencesrelated reading or external linksbut its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. The current campaign date of the Forgotten Realms is DR—as of the real-world year of Princes of the Apocalypse.

The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: Since this time, humans were permitted by the Elven Court to settle in the more open regions of the forests. JavaScript is currently disabled. Dark Sun Dark Sun: Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities. The Continent of Orron.

ThacOnian Brotherhood Main Site. 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. Please help rewrite it to explain the fiction more clearly and provide non-fictional perspective.

Click the Links below to see their equivalences. Faaerun is traditionally a feast day where plans are made for the year ahead. It is considered a bad omen if the weather is bad on this night.

Each kingdom or city-state numbers years differently, usually to measure the reign of a dynasty or the current monarch, or since the founding of the country. Dalereckoning is the most common year measurement and is used in all of the Forgotten Realms sourcebooks. The seasons run like they do for the northern hemisphere; Hammer is like January and Flamerule is like July. A culture might begin the recording of their history from some other important date can be identified with on a local level like the end of a war, the beginning of a township, or the birth of a particular prestigious person.

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Every four years, another holiday called Shieldmeet is added as a leap day immediately following the Midsummer holiday. Then, we looked for any holy days they would want to celebrate since we had two paladins and a cleric, there were bound to be some. It became as much a memento as anything else and added a sense of solidity to our game.

The Forgotten Realms is a setting built on a sense of history and the passage of time.

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The holidays do not fall on the actual day the season changes. This page was last edited on 19 Juneat Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft. If your are interested in astrology information for your character, have your characters faerun birthday handy and click HERE.