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The Coriolis Calendar


When the Zenithian Consortium imposed a standard calendar across the Third Horizon, people from different systems adopted different ways of counting the days of the Coriolis Cycle. The poor and the devout used prayer beads. The wealthy and the extravagant commissioned exquisite pieces of chain driven clockwork.

Now, you can use these marvellous PDFs!

The Coriolis Calendar lets you keep track of the 336 days of the Coriolis Cycle, the standard by which all trade, communication and debt in the Third Horizon is organized. It shows how each segment is split into four novenas of nine days each, and the day of settlement, upon which all debts, of finance and honor, are paid.

Each segment is illustrated with a beautiful all-new portrait of the icon that gives it its name, and accompanied by one of the nine parables of Fadma al Kamath, the Storyteller of Dabaran.

Purchasers of this product will receive two files - a beautiful version, in full dark color as befits the Third Horizon, and a printer-friendly version, only minutely less beautiful and infinitely more practical, where GMs and player characters alike can note anniversaries, journey times, deadlines, meaningful events etc. and keep track of long campaigns.

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June 10th, 2021
Ok so this is just a beautiful book, I am using the calendar in my game and its perfect for use in working through the very complex timeline of the core modules for Coriolis. Every one of the Icon's is given a royal treatment and the images alone [...]
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August 14, 2020
This title was added to our catalog on August 14, 2020.