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Lunar Phase Charts

Days of the Month
Lunae Birae Knavae Ostrae Movrae Ferae Solare 2nd Lunae2nd Birae 2nd Knavae 2nd Ostrae 2nd Movrae 2nd Ferae 2nd Solare 3rd Lunae3rd Birae 3rd Knavae 3rd Ostrae 3rd Movrae 3rd Ferae 3rd Solare 4th Lunae4th Birae 4th Knavae 4th Ostrae 4th Movrae 4th Ferae 4th Solare
Nynth Bire NewNew1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniis NewNewNew NewNewNew1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q
Feriis NewNewNew NewNewNewNew NewNew 1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q 1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q 1st Q1st Q 1st Q1st Q 1st Q
Orynth Bire NewNew1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full* 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniis 1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q*1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st1st Q1st Q 1st Q
Feriis 1stQ1stQFullQ Full Full Full FullFullFull FullFullFullFullFull*3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q
Myrnth Bire NewNew1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniius 1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st QFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFull Full
Ferius 3rd Q3rd Q3rdQ 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd QOldOldOldOld OldOldOldOld OldGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGone GoneGoneGoneGone Gone
Khunum Bire NewNew1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniis 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q 3rd Q
Feriis NewNewNew NewNewNewNewNewNew1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q
Gynum Bire NewNew1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniis 3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ 3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ 3rdQ3rdQ 3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQOld Old
Feriis 1st Q1stQFull FullFullFullFull FullFullFullFull FullFullFull3rd Q 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q 3rd Q3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q
Byrum Bire 1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniis OldOldOld OldGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGone Gone
Feriis 3rd Q3rd Q3rdQ 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd QOldOldOldOldOldOldOldOldOldGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGone
Zylos Bire NewNew1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniis NewNewNew NewNewNew1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q
Feriis NewNewNew NewNewNewNewNewNew1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q1st Q1st Q
Lygos Bire NewNew1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniis 1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st1st Q1st Q 1st Q
Feriis 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full FullFullFull Full Full Full Full Full3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q
Pylos Bire NewNew1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniis 1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st QFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFull Full
Feriis 3rd Q 3rd Q3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q3rd Q3rd QOldOld Old OldOldOldOldOldOldGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGone
Ardril Bire NewNew1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniis 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q 3rd Q
Feriis NewNewNew NewNewNewNewNewNew1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q1st Q 1st Q
Hydril Bire NewNew1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniis 3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ 3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ 3rdQ3rdQ 3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQ3rdQOld Old
Feriis 1stQ1stQFull FullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFullFull3rd Q 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q
Xithril Bire NewNew1st Q 1st Q 1stQ 1stQ 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q 1st Q Full Full Full Full 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q 3rd Q Old Old Gone Gone Gone Gone
Luniis OldOldOld OldGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGone Gone
Feriis 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q 3rd Q3rd Q3rd Q3rd QOld Old OldOldOldOld OldOldOldGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGoneGone

This chart is arranged, so that all 28 days of a given month are laid out in a single long line, showing the first Lunae of a month, going through the whole week, then indicating the 2nd Lunae of the month and so on.
All three moons are listed below the month heading, and their phase is indicated by cross referencing the day with the month and the moon in such a way as to make conjunctions of phases more readily recognized.

The Second Solare of Orynth is the date of the Winter Solstice. It is marked with an,* to indicate this. It is also the last day of a conjunction of Full Moons with regard to Bire and Feriis. It is the depth of winter, shortest of days, longest of nights.
The Second Solare of Gynum is the Spring Equinox. Most Races celibrate this as the beginning of Springtime and many glad fesitivals are dedicated to the Gods on this day.
The Second Solare of Lygos is the Summer Solstice. It is also the day in which the Elven Seldanquith is celibrated.
The Second Solare of Hydril is the Fall Equinox. It is considered to be a day of ill omens and evil. Homage is paid to unmentionable dark powers at midnight of this terrible date by those who seek their nighted mysterys.

The three moons of Ossval are Bire, Lunaiis, and Ferius.
Bire is the largest Moon, and the furthest from Ossval. It has a deep red cast and appears to be well cratered. Bire is associated with the God's of War on Ossval, whomever they may be, due to it's blood red color.
Lunaiis is a bright white globe, shrouded in thick clouds. The surface of it has never been seen. It is associated with Sehanine and other Gods of the dead.
Ferius is the Feral Moon. It is a bright lucious green in color, and it is commonly agreed that its color is due to the presence of life upon it, although the exact nature and complexity of this life remains a matter of conjecture.