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The Calendar for My First Campaign, Part II

 

 

If you're playing in the Forgotten Realms and want to make your own calendar easily, you can download my full version in Google Sheets and fill it in with your own entries. You can also change the colors, add images, or do whatever else you want to make it your own. If you want a live prop, print it out. If you want everyone to access it digitally, you can share the Google workbook with the group. If you adjust the share settings, anyone in the group will be able to add entries to it as the game proceeds.

 

FLAMERULE
(commonly known as Summertide)

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Lance's Birthday

 

 

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Midsummer

Shieldmeet (every 4 years)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lance's Birthday: Lance, a human paladin of Hoar, is one of the original characters of our campaign.

Midsummer: One of five seasonal holidays that tend to be celebrated across Faerun. Many religions celebrate high holy days during these seasonal festivals.

Shieldmeet: Many religions hold holidays on Shieldmeet, which occurs as an extra day every four years.

ELEASIS
(commonly known as Highsun)

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This is one of the few months in which we record no major holidays or events. Some religions, like the Church of Torm, celebrate holidays during this month.

ELEINT
(commonly known as The Fading)

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The Penultimate Thunder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Autumn Equinox

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delila's Birthday

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The Penultimate Thunder: This is one of two high holy days important to Hoar, the god to whom the paladin Lance is dedicated. It is celebrated with feasting.

Delila's Birthday: The half-elven granddaughter of Thandell's arcane Mistress Talindra joined the party later, but soon celebrated birthdays with the group.

Autumn Equinox: This day is good to note because some religions use it as a holy day.

Highharvestide: One of five seasonal holidays that tend to be celebrated across Faerun. Many religions celebrate high holy days during these seasonal festivals.

 

MARPENOTH
(commonly known as Leaffall)

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Delila & Olaeron's Wedding Anniversary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Impending Doom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Delila & Olaeron's Wedding Anniversary: Delila swiftly married Olaeron, the bastard son of Thandell's Prince Daereth.

The Impending Doom: This is one of two high holy days important to Hoar, the god to whom the paladin Lance is dedicated. It is celebrated with drums and purification all day.

UKTAR
(commonly known as The Rotting)

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Party Anniversary

 

 

 

 

 

 

Camara's Birthday

 

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Party Anniversary: This is the day that the party first formed in the Academy at Thandell. They have celebrated this day ever since, whether they're on the road or not.

Camara's Birthday: Camara, a halfing wizard, is the cousin of Tika. Camara originally started out with the party but was lost for some time. The party still intends to find her.

Feast of the Moon: One of five seasonal holidays that tend to be celebrated across Faerun. Many religions celebrate high holy days during these seasonal festivals.

NIGHTAL
(commonly known as The Drawing Down)

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Winter Solstice: This day is useful to note because some religions mark it as a holy day.

 

 

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