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​In Lyboria,

which is a continent on Arn, a day spans 32 hours, offering approximately 20 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness. The term "sunrise" commonly denotes both a day and a unit of time across many regions. A half-cycle, marked by 200 sunrises or days, concludes with the Night of the Green Star.


This significant event sees the Green Star, which starts appearing before the night, reaching its largest and closest presence in the sky, accompanied by a captivating green hue. The night marks the transition between cycles as the star slowly fades, signifying the end and beginning of cycles. Two half-cycles complete a cycle, each bearing distinct climatic effects referred to by various names like summer/winter or sunny/rainy seasons, varying among regions and races.

The grand unit of time is the aeon, arising after 1,000 cycles. The dawn of life is estimated to have occurred approximately 1,200 aeons ago.

Timeline Lyboria​


I Era - Epignosis,​

The Age of Consciousness

The Age of Epignosis, 32 aeons ago, birthed the oldest monuments and the concept of time. It saw the rise of organized societies, marking Lyboria with diversity. However, this development, like a double-edged sword, brought both joy and the emergence of greed, mistrust, and jealousy. It laid the foundation for exploration and discovery, resonating through countless aeons.

II Era - Compagnia,​

The Age of Societies

Following Epignosis, the seven aeons of 'Compagnia' witnessed significant social development. Scattered groups evolved into cohesive societies, leading to territorial clashes fueled by the desire for power. While conflicts brewed, economic interactions emerged, with races trading goods and services to capitalize on their strengths. Compagnia's end brought stability to daily life.

III Era - Humanera,

The Age of Wars

Known as the Human Age, it coincided with humans' arrival, sparking inevitable conflicts and rapid development. Wars led to economic flourishing, as races sought advantage through employment and profitable ventures. Wars extended beyond battlefields, with resourceful strategies affecting economies. Despite battles, the end saw reconciliation, yet the lesson learned was that old wounds could reopen.

IV Era - Unionia,

The Age of Unity

Unionia brought peace, where races prioritized well-being. Economic ties remained strong, wars dwindled, and a sense of unity emerged, transcending tribal boundaries. Lasting 500 cycles, Unionia promised economic integration, conflict resolution, and improved living standards. The recent event signals its imminent conclusion.

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