Calendar of the Seven Kingdoms

Moon_of_Westeros.jpgThe Calendar of The Seven Kingdoms of Westeros revolves around the cycles of the moon. Each moon has exactly 28 days, or four weeks of 7 days each. A week is simply a measurement of time, not a structured set of seven named days. Each of the Seven has two moons, save the Stranger who has only one. In addition to these thirteen months, there is one New Year’s Day, celebrating each of the Seven on a rotating basis- and each year is designated based on which aspect of the Seven is celebrated on the New Year. Each year is therefore 365 days. In the current campaign, the year is 300 AL (After Aegon’s Landing), which is the Year of the Stranger.

The moons are named, as follows, in order:

The Sevens’ New Year (1 day)
The Father’s First Moon (28 days)
The Mother’s First Moon (28 days)
The Warrior’s First Moon (28 days)
The Maiden’s First Moon (28 days)
The Smith’s First Moon (28 days)
The Crone’s First Moon (28 days)
The Stranger’s Moon (28 days)
The Father’s New Moon (28 days)
The Mother’s New Moon (28 days)
The Warrior’s New Moon (28 days)
The Maiden’s New Moon (28 days)
The Smith’s New Moon (28 days)
The Crone’s New Moon (28 days)

Calendar of the Seven Kingdoms

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