Calendar

Time in Rokugan 1s measured in several ways. The seasons are the most obvious division of time, as the weather in Rokugan switched from oppressive heat during the summer months to crippling snow in the winter. A more formal system of months and days also existed, dividing the year into twelve months of 28 days. Additionally, the years themselves could be counted in two different systems: the Emperor’s Right, which refered to the year of the reign of the Emperor and was the official method of recording the passage of time; and the Isawa Calendar, which measured the number of years since the founding of Gisei Toshi, Isawa’s city

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The party departed Otosan Uchi 10th day of the Hare, 1120.
Game 8: Begins on Month of the Dragon, Day 4.
Game 9: Begins on Dragon, Day 9

Calendar

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