Petarian Calendar

The Petarian Calendar was, as the name implies, invented by the Petarian people. The twelve months are separated into three months dependent on the seasons. Each month consists of five weeks and each week consists of six days. Major periods of history are divided into Ages. The calendar was designed to stay static for easy record keeping. The record keeping is retroactive; the calendar was established in the 152nd year of the calendar and everything before that is chronicled according to the calendar. The record keeping goes back to Year Zero, at which point the Petarian people figure the earliest-known oral record keeping took place. In years before that, it has been deemed that race wasn’t developed enough to keep records in any way and the information is usually only considered relevant to historians.

Months

Petarian Calendar

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