The Eledoran Calendar contains four-hundred and twenty-two days.
There are thirteen months, eleven of which have twenty-eight days, and two of which have twenty-nine days.
There are six days in each week, the months with twenty-nine days have a seven day week at the start of each of them.
The months are each named after a constellation as follows:
Each of the weekdays are named after a time of day, or setting of moon, with the exception of the seventh day. They are named as follows:
Fairday*, Sunrise, Midday Sun, Sunset, Waxing Moon, Full Moon, Waning Moon
Years are noted according to when they were written with a lower letter of either ‘o’ or ‘a’. ‘o’ being used for when referring to an age past, and ‘a’ being referred to as you are in a presently unnamed age that comes immediately after the given age. Then, the three letter age annotation is used, i.e. ‘FWR’ for ‘First Writing’, or ‘DCO’ for ‘Dordrum’s Comming’. After that, the year is written using leading zeroes making sure to allow for at least four numerals. There has never been a ten-thousand year age, and that would be discouraged as surely an event of note could separate those years. A hyphen is then used, the two letter month is used, and then the day, with a leading zero in the event of the first nine days of the month.
Here are some examples: oFWR-0225-AK-29 – would be written referring to an event that had occurred during the first writing. aDCO-0015-JO-01 – Would be written during days after the age of Dordrum’s Comming.