Incidently, has anyone discovered any viable purpose to them creating this calendar? I have no sense of the days passing ingame, it seems meaningless to have it.
- Just backstory, as far as I can tell... nothing with much of a real purpose. --Midk 17:15, 1 Sep 2005 (EST)
- As this timeline gorws we might want to create a spearate historical timeline article and link to it from here. --Karlos 09:20, 13 Sep 2005 (EST)
random theory not really backed by anything
Besides the 4 seasons dedicated to the 4 elements, there are actually a few more "hidden" days in a year that most people don't know about. That way, a Mouvelian year would be the same lengh as our Gregorian year.
So what's the deal with these "hidden" days that most people don't know about? They are called the Week of Illusion (their "week" being 5 days usually, though 6 days every 4 year, except blah blah blah). Its illusionary nature makes most people unaware of them, and those who do know kept it as a secret.
- Why would the calendar need more days? The Guild Wars planet isn't Earth. Banaticus 11:50, 5 December 2005 (UTC)
Another random thing to back up the random theory: I suppose the next winterday will be at the exact same real life dates as the previous one, 365 real life days later. However, in Tyria this would mean that wintersday would move as the year is only 360 days. Either there must be the hidden week or the days must be longer. -- 16:59, 17 May 2006 (CDT)
I think htere's a subtle difference between "First creature created by Gods" vs "First creation by Gods". What is the exact info from the game? -PanSola 04:29, 27 January 2006 (UTC)