Since the creation of the calendar the measurement of time in Myrtaan has followed a simple standard approach.
Years are written with YR- at the front followed by the year count.
1 year is 5 seasons, or 300 days.
Each season is a different number of days long, depending on which season it is.
Each day consists of a daytime and a nighttime. The new days starts when the sun rises.
Points of time which are recognised during each day are (in order):
|Sunrise||Get up, Break Fast|
|Mid-Morning||Begin the day’s tasks|
|Midday||Eat midday meal|
|Mid-Afternoon||Finish the day’s tasks|
|Blackout||Turn out lighting and go to sleep|