The calendar of Ithair involves 12 months of 6 weeks, and one extra week that occurs outside of the standard months. Each week includes 5 twenty-four hour days.
The days of the week are as follows:
| Firstday | Lowday | Highday | Overday | Endday |
Each month is named after a deity of the Council of Twelve, and most religious ceremonies occurring during a given month will be themed after the god that shares its name.
From Spring to Winter the months are as following:
bq. Month 1 – Fortunadi – Fortunus, CN Goddess of Luck and Hope
Month 2 – Lumendi – Lumenus, NG God of Light and Truth
Month 3 – Balchadi – Balchadur, NE God of Vanity and Wealth
bq. Month 4 – Apadi – Apati, CE God of Deceit and Dreams
Month 5 – Eisadi – Eidos, N Goddess of Nature and Balance
Month 6 – Thadi – Tharros, LG God of Courage and Righteousness
bq. Month 7 – Hanadi – Hanes, N God of History and Knowledge
Month 8 – Ishadi – Ishque, NG Goddess of Love and Family
Month 9 – Sarbadi – Sarbastia, LE Goddess of Oppression and Labor
bq. Month 10 – Metadi – Meta, NE Goddess of Fear and Darkness
Month 11 – Shekadi – Shekastra, N Goddess of Death and the Afterlife
Month 12 – Tosadi – Tosturia, CG Goddess of Compassion and Goodwill
Different cultures record the passing of years with varied starting points. At the start of the game, the high elf year is 5235, the dark elf year is 851 A.B., and the dwarven year is Thoffin 58. Humans and halflings tend to use the elven calendar of the closest elven nation, and the gnomes use the dark elf calendar.
Dark Elf Calendar