TIME IN THE WORLD OF OHR
The most common system of tracking time originates from the Skaaldi system used by the shamans which itself originated from the Assai of old. The system used now is a mixture of old and new, where its interpretation is different on the various continents. Something to keep in mind, however, is that the vast majority of peoples throughout Ohrros are generally very uneducated, only the privileged have access to proper education. Basically, few people care about keeping track of time besides seasons or blocks of time.
A standard calendar year on Lore consists of 510 days, 15 months (each month consisting of 34 days), and 27 hour days. Lore also has three moons: Somnus, Shal, Tzem with a 10, 24, and 42 day cycle respectively.
The Common Era Calendar system has more or less been adopted by the majority of the central locations on Lore because of its simplicity. The Empire Dwarves and many other races have varying calendar systems.
HOURS OF THE DAY
The typical Ohrros day is 27 hours long. Most people break up the day into large slices; such as dawn, morning, diurnal, afternoon, dusk, sunset, evening, midnight, and umbra.