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The Storm Cycle is the Calendar used in Thundermarch. Scholars believe it has roots to the first nomad humans that settled the Blackridge in peace, used to this day albeit changed and modified, in part. These are the official names following the treaty, though different cultures or parts of Thundermarchs at times still use their own names.

  • Pherekong (January)
  • Halka (February)
  • N'esa (March)
  • Mothong (April)
  • Funje (May)
  • Upu (June)
  • Ato (July)
  • Lwesse (August)
  • Palang (September)
  • Gwana (October)
  • Kitwe (November)
  • Kyru (December)

The humans of Astana and Ka'an, and human folk mostly in Silvercoast have a different reference to the months:

  • Janon
  • Farbon
  • Merkon
  • Aperon
  • Maor
  • Junor
  • Julyor
  • Agastor
  • Septyot
  • Octovot
  • Novevot
  • Disemot

The Path of Fire, Tieflings and most Blackridge, have their own:

  • Ianuarius
  • Februarius
  • Martius
  • Aprilius
  • Maius
  • Iunius
  • Quintilius
  • Sextilus
  • Septembrius
  • Octobrius
  • Novembrius
  • Decembrius

The Sil Nueda and fairy folk of Imryll Forest (and maybe beyond), use the following:

  • Narvinye (7 days, First Spring)
  • Nenime (88 days, First Summer)
  • Sulime (7 days, First Autumn)
  • Viresse (14 days, First Winter)
  • The Sleepless Hunt (5 days)
  • Lotesse (7 days, Second Spring)
  • Narie (88 days, Second Summer)
  • The Long Dance (10 days)
  • Cermie (7 days, Second Autumn)
  • Urime (14 days, Second Winter)
  • Yavannie (7 days, Third Spring)
  • Narquelie (88 days, Third Summer)
  • Isime (7 days, Third Autumn)
  • The Deep Silence (2 days)
  • Ringare (14 days, Third Winter)

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