Like all good fantasy books, Evorath is developed to every last detail. For ease of understanding their year, below you can view a simplified calendar that should be easy to understand for anyone on earth. Thank the author Joseph Macolino for his tireless work to make this translation possible. Keep checking back as each new fantasy book will bring with it a new and updated calender. Interested in learning about some of the holidays in Evorath? Those will also be updated as the world is revealed. If you want to stay up with all of the history, you will not be disappointed.
A Year on Evorath
Shorter than a year on earth, Evorath travels around its sun at a slightly faster and closer orbit. Despite this, the axis is tilted more than earth’s leaving them with much more extreme weather in certain areas. One thing to note is that the Evorath calendar starts its year in spring, and the first day of every three months is a new season going: spring, summer, autumn and then winter.
In total, there are 356 days a year in Evorath. One detail to also consider is that, like earth, there is just one moon orbiting the planet.
Pertga- Ancient Elvish word for ‘birth’ or ‘new life.’
Julla- Ancient Elvish word for ‘grow’ or ‘expand.’
Zerrum- Ancient Elvish word for ‘slow’ or ‘cease.’
Neglur- Ancient Elvish word for ‘heat’ or ‘fire.’
Derga- Ancient Elvish word for ‘sad’ or ‘depressed.’
Ursa- Ancient Elvish word for ‘aid’ or ‘relief.’
Verti- Ancient Elvish word for ‘decline’ or ‘fall.’
Faetre- Ancient Elvish word for ‘decorative’ or ‘colorful.’
Marfta- Ancient Elvish word for ‘disorder’ or ‘chaos.’
Haijja- Ancient Elvish word for ‘dark’ or ‘evil.’
Aethra- Ancient Elvish word for ‘chill’ or ‘frost.’
Frozga- Ancient Elvish word for ‘cold’ or ‘dead.’