There are Nine Months in the Isles Calendar. Each is guarded by one of the Nine. If a Mortal is born on the Month of a particular god, it is thought to represent the core part of someone’s fate and personality.
The Dawn Months:
Prailawn (Pray-Lawn) – Is thought to be the time of forgiveness and healing. People born in this month are thought to be smiled upon, but sensitve.
Mystawn (My-Strawn)- Is thought to be the time when magic is at its strongest. People born in this month are thought to be naturally talented, but overlooked or jealous.
Beawn (Be-Awn) – Is thought to be the best time for harvest and tranquility. People born in this month are thought to be peaceful, but easily distracted.
The Evening Months:
Keilawn (Kyle-Awn)- Is thought to be a good time for settling conflicts. People born in this month are thought to be strong, but impulsive.
Tyvawn (Tiv-Awn) – Is thought to be the best time to make judgements. Courts often gather throughout this month. People born in this month are thought to be strong willed and pure of heart, but stubborn.
Myrkawn (Murk-Awn)-Is thought to be the best time for change, and is when most executions take place. People born in this month are often thought to be open minded, but unpredictable.
The Dusk Months:
Talawn (Tal-Awn)- Is thought to be the time to overcome challenges. People born at this time are thought to be strong willed, but chaotic.
Mawn (Mourn)- Is thought to be the time of thieves, darkness and lies. People born at this time are thought to be charismatic, but manipulative.
Starin Rawn (Starin Rawn)- Is thought to be the time of reflection and self betterment. People born in this month are thought to be good leaders, but struggle to forgive.
There are 5 weeks in every month. These weeks hold no sentimental value to the people of this world.
There are 9 days in every week. Like the months every day is guarded by one of the Nine, and are thought to represent a secondary part of your personality (Same as listed above). If your month and day are guarded by the same god, it is thought to mean that you are watched by that god personally.
Festival of Ice – Held in the last week of Myrkawn, it is the greatest tradition of the year. It originated as a payment of respect to the gods, and to wish loved ones luck through coming hardships. It is said that this day the gods watch down on the people of the material plane, and judge who is worthy of surviving the coming year’s winter.
Day of the Elders – Was once held every year during the first day of the first week of Starin Rawn to celebrate the Elders of societies. Druids and Barbarians would celebrate their tribal elders, Dragonborn would celebrate their dragon ancestors, and Hornes would celebrate their Dragon Elders. Celebrations of this day have ended since the Massacre of the Lost City.
Day of the Gods – On the last day of every month, the god who protects this month is celebrated in a minor fashion.