There are twelve months in the Karylian year and each month has twenty-five days; as such, there is a total of 300 days a year. There are four seasons each year, and each season lasts three months. Each season, there is a major holiday celebrated throughout the world. These holidays are celebrated to represent the Karylians' interpretation of that season.
A Karylian week lasts five days, and the Lunar month is equal to that of the Karylian month.
When writing the date out, the people of Karyle format it as thus: the year, the month, and then the date. For example: 1300 Shidel 4.
The Karylian YearEdit
Below you will find a list of the twelve months in Karyle and their corresponding seasons. They are listed in sequence of their progression from the new year to the end of the year.
- Etheos - spring
- Minarta - spring
- Thene - spring
- Jaom - summer
- Shidel - summer
- Hoen - summer
- Kinat - autumn
- Cyroth - autumn
- Lerit - autumn
- Whyen - winter
- Kelys - winter
- Issas - winter
The Karylian HolidaysEdit
- Ormosis - celebrated the first week of Etheos, Ormosis is the Karyle new years and celebrates the rebirth of the planet after winter.
- Thivir - celebrated the first week of Jaom, Thivir celebrates fertility and love. It is often said that most babies are conceived during this time.
- Agona - celebrated the first week Kinat, Agona celebrates that changing seasons from summer to autumn and is often paralleled to the changing seasons of one's life - from childhood to adulthood.
- Eulene - celebrated the first week of Whyen, Eulene commemorates death and the promise of a new beginning.