The Terror of Riltar
Being introduced for the first time this campaign, the Ailorian calendar isn't that much different from our own outside of names. Dates are broken down by day and month, but years are numbered based on the era they belong in.
The Ailorian calendar was developed early in the world's history, by draconic astronomer, as such the naming conventions are based entirely on notable early draconic deities.
Named for the event that started each era, years are numbered starting with 0 as the initial event year.
Orogin – The first and longest era, a time of high and unrestrained magic. Races were still young and some had yet to see their beginnings.
Fallur – The fall of magic, as the worldmagic source was restricted. Many races died out due to various means of conflict and struggle to survive, and the world changed drastically for the first time.
Risur – The rise of civilization, certain races grew dominant and pushed their cultures forward into a growing age of order and development. Magic is heavily relied upon but understood that it cannot be the sole drive any longer.
Dominus – The fall of Bahamut plunged the world into the Dominus era, when the draconic god Tiamat took dominion over the heartland Neveria. This is the current era, when the land is rife with darkness and evil, those struggling with the light desperate to keep it shielded away from the claws that would seek to snuff it out.
Named originally after twelve draconic deities that stood for the seasons, which are universally understood to be roughly three months long each, and described as welcoming, deep, and waning depending on which month of the season it is.
January – Jeruhnis – White dragon of deep winter
February – Febras – Blue dragon of waning winter
March – Marra – Green dragon of welcoming spring
April – Abris – Copper dragon of deep spring
May – Maiga – Brass dragon of waning spring
June – Jurga – Gold dragon of welcoming summer
July – Jaila – Red dragon of deep summer
August – Agorias – Black dragon of waning summer
September – Segranis – Mercury dragon of welcoming autumn
October – Ogran – Bronze dragon of deep autumn
November – Nurvanis – Silver dragon of waning autumn
December – Decranis – Grey dragon of welcoming winter
Named after the seven draconic deities that stood for various parts of the day.
Sunday – Surgas – Black dragon of the moonless night
Monday – Mornas – Bronze dragon of the morning
Tuesday – Turas – Blue dragon of the vibrant day
Wednesday – Wyrdras – Green dragon of the midday
Thursday – Tirrugas – Brass dragon of the afternoon
Friday – Ferranas – Gold dragon of the evening
Saturday – Sirunas – Silver dragon of the moonlit night
Order of Date
When writing a date in full, the following format is used:
Day (number of day in the month)
Era (number of year in the era)
Ferranas 13 Nurvanis Destinis 13 translated is Friday the 13th, November of Destiny 13.