Time: Months of the Year
The months are named to represent the season in which they occur.
Dawntide – Winter/Spring: Birth of the New Year. The sun begins to rise sooner again.
Springtide – Spring: The thaw begins, and first plants begin to grow.
Greentide – Spring: The 1st planting season.
Whiteflower – Spring: Spring flowers undergo full bloom for much of the month.
Brightreach – Summer: 2nd planting season.
Sunreign – Summer: Mid-summer. Plenty of sun. Irrigate plants.
Glasswater – Summer: 3 planting season. Bad sailing season.
Gray Cloud – Summer/Fall: Harder rain season begins to usher in the Fall season.
Red Breeze – Fall: Leaves begin the fall, wrapping up the planting season. 4th planting for winter crop.
Chill Grasp – Fall: Cold winds prevail. Great hunting season.
Whitefall – Fall/Winter: Winter sets in for northern regions, much colder.
Nightset – Winter: The sun sets sooner each day.
Red Hearth – Winter: The darkest part of the year. Warm homes to welcome the next dawn.
Saratta is roughly the same size as the planet Earth.
It has a 13 month cycle around its sun.
Each month is composed of 30 days, broken into 7 day weeks.
Each day has a 24 hour cycle.