The year is 448 days long, divided into 16 4 week months. The seasons last about 4 months and are determined by the rain, not the date. Most holidays are also based on when or how the rain is falling, for example, the new year celebration begins with the first rain, not necessarily on the first day of First Fall.
Begins with the first rain and ends once the rains are ceaseless. Roughly First Fall through Socian.
The period of endless rain, it ends when there is at least 1one full day with no rain. Roughly Osiku through Loweka.
The ending of the rains. Roughly New Light through Last Fall.
Begins as soon as the rains stop. This is a time of dryness accross the land, it never rains during the Sych season. Roughly Kame through Oleuni.
1. First Fall
9. New Light