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There are six seasons, each 45-68 days long (there are 374 days in a Sarenian year, and around 22 days between festivals). The turning point for each season is a festival for one god of the Imperial Six, which goes from the end of the last day of one season to the begining of the first day of the next season. There are 17 total festival days, one for each of the Gods.

Season of Wind (Vern)

Festival of Lefyrin

62nd day of Winter to the 1st day of Vern

Festival of Dhaelgin

22nd day of Vern

Festival of Orsoastath

43rd day of Vern

Festival of Gweligen

68th day of Vern to the 1st day of Spring

Generally considered the first season of the year. The first dawn of this season is celebrated during the festival of Lefyrin, the god of life. It is said that throughout this season, Dhaelgin arrives with his team of Pegasi to chase the winter snow away and turn it into spring. Dhaelgin and Lefyrin work together to chase out the cold and spread new seeds and growth. Orsoastath tinkers in her workshop, getting her work done while she’s huddled away from the cold and wind.

Season of Growth (Spring)

Festival of Gweligen

68th day of Vern to the 1st day of Spring

Festival of Crefolon

21st day of Spring

Festival of Noanotia

47th day of Spring

Festival of Sheolida

65th day of Spring to the 1st day of Summer

This is the time of year when things really start to grow and need to be nurtured: this is where Crefolon and Gweligen come in. Crefolon urges the seeds to root and the earth to soften, and Gweligen sings to the plants and animals to help them grow and reproduce. Noanotia guides them in their actions, showing them who needs what the most.

Season of Sun (Summer)

Festival of Sheolida

65th day of Spring to the 1st day of Summer

Festival of Osthrosain

24th day of Summer

Festival of Marcori

42nd day of Summer

Festival of Larosri

67th day of Summer to the 1st day of Tivar

This is the hottest season of the year. Sheolida frantically tries to protect everyone from the sun, pushing the shadows out and warping them with her shields. Osthrosain and Marcori run wild, conjuring up visions and hallucinations with the help of the heat. Many fights, from epic battles to petty squabbles, play out between Sheolida and the two trickster gods during the Summer.

Season of Storms (Tivar)

Festival of Larosri

67th day of Summer to the 1st day of Tivar

Festival of Boasheilia

22nd day of Tivar

Festival of Theoloden

45th day of Tivar to the 1st day of Fall

All of the heat makes Larosri incredibly angry, and she lashes out with lightning and thunder and terrible storms. Boasheilia, always eager to please, assists her by causing floods and torrential rains. They continue with their anger until Theoloden is able to calm them down with the promise of a mild fall.

Season of Loss (Fall)

Festival of Theoloden

45th day of Tivar to the 1st day of Fall

Festival of Stoltana

23rd day of Fall

Festival of Enudillian

41st day of Fall

Festival of Reygreon

67th day of Fall to the 1st day of Winter

The storms are at an end, and Theoloden begins his long and arduous task of putting the earth to sleep. The weather is mild, and Stoltana guides travelers through the drowsy landscape, for now is when the weather is at its calmest. The trees and animals change, shedding summer adornments for winter ones, with the help of Enudillian.

Season of Snow (Winter)

Festival of Reygreon

67th day of Fall to the 1st day of Winter

Festival of Eondronor

20th day of Winter

Festival of Adwuldon

46th day of Winter

Festival of Lefyrin

62nd day of Winter to the 1st day of Vern

This is the coldest season of the year. Reygreon keeps the people warm and entertains them with dancing flames, bringing light to cold hearths. Eondronor chronocles the past year in his Book of the Past while Reygreon looks over his shoulder, making adjustments and corrections. Adwuldon busies himself tending to the sick, soothing coughs and guiding people in from the cold outside.

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