The Coming of the Zioth

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 Five moons rise and set in the sky of Aerv, never crossing paths. At the end of the world, they will all wane together, and diminish to nothing for the [[zioth:​world:​zioth|Zioth]]. Five moons rise and set in the sky of Aerv, never crossing paths. At the end of the world, they will all wane together, and diminish to nothing for the [[zioth:​world:​zioth|Zioth]].
  
-Quite a lot of mythology centers around the moons. ​[[zioth:​religion:​zahira|Zahirans'​]] theology revolves around the Moon Children. The Moon Wanderers in the [[zioth:​place:​shirahjat|Shirahjat Cohilition]] migrate with the rising and setting of the moons in ways that only they fully understand. ​[[zioth:​religion:​andritha|Andrithanism]] has Andritha creating the moons at the beginning of the world.+Quite a lot of mythology centers around the moons. Zahirans'​ theology revolves around the Moon Children. The Moon Wanderers in the Shirahjat Cohilition migrate with the rising and setting of the moons in ways that only they fully understand. Andrithanism has Andritha creating the moons at the beginning of the world.
  
  
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 Halkak is similar in most respects -- size, color and brightness -- to Earth'​s moon. It is visible throughout the night, and often during the earliest and latest hours of the day. It rises in the east and sets in the west, passing through various parts of the sky at its apex, depending on latitude and season. ​ Halkak is similar in most respects -- size, color and brightness -- to Earth'​s moon. It is visible throughout the night, and often during the earliest and latest hours of the day. It rises in the east and sets in the west, passing through various parts of the sky at its apex, depending on latitude and season. ​
  
-The [[zioth:​world:​calendar|standard calendar]] used in [[zioth:​place:​rang|Rang]] and surrounding regions is based on Halkak'​s cycle. The month is 28 days long, and the year is 13 months, which, coincidentally,​ lines up perfectly with the 364 day solar year.+The [[zioth:​world:​calendar|standard calendar]] used in Rang and surrounding regions is based on Halkak'​s cycle. The month is 28 days long, and the year is 13 months, which, coincidentally,​ lines up perfectly with the 364 day solar year.
  
  
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 The month is 52 days long, and the year is seven months, which is the same as a solar year. The year begins on the first of Aed.  The month is 52 days long, and the year is seven months, which is the same as a solar year. The year begins on the first of Aed. 
  
-[[zioth:​creature:​dwarf|Dwarves]] are said to use this moon for their calendar.+Dwarves are said to use this moon for their calendar.