The T'loric Calendar was based on an earlier lunar calendar centered
around the seasons instead of the lunar cycle. Believing that Winter is
both the end and beginning of all things the year starts out with the month of
Kadir, being the first of four months of winter. The months of Mandir and
Alfir represent spring, and the T'loric belief that innocence is short
lived. Summer begins with Granir and runs for four months just as does
winter. Salir and Minir are the two months of fall, representing the
decline of life into the embrace of death. Sarir, the final month in the
calendar year is the shortest month representing mortal death and is considered
a holy month.
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