Attday – The Divine day, day of worship. After Atros, ruler of the Gods. Usually a day of prayer and rest. Most city folk attend church on this day.
Vexday – The day of health, of rest and family. After Vexia, Mother of the People. The day spent focused on home and family. Many work this day, especially craftsmen.
Harleday – The day of duty, After King Harleman the Conqueror, Founder of the Church of the Pantheon. The day most workers get back to their duties. Some churches hold evening services.
Theoday – The day of lords. After King Theoroderic I the Noble, the first true King of Lakeland. A standard workday. The day in which taxes are assessed, and levies and fees are paid.
Donnalday – The day of Ancestors. After Worthy Strong King Donal III, Beneficent Good King Mark’s father. The name of this day traditionally changes whenever the King dies and is renamed after him. It was not, however, renamed after King Mark was assassinated, yet many true to the fallen king maintain the tradition. Another workday.
Xytday – The day of tricks and magic. Named after Xylor the God of Magic. Another workday, sometimes a day of harmless trickery, especially during the month of Lynnari. Another workday.
Kwyrthday – The day of penance and sacrifice. After Kwyrth, God of the Dead and Suffering. A day to reflect on those less fortunate. The day when the most unpleasant duties are done. A standard workday, but the duties are usually finished early to grant the worker time to spend an hour in penance at a church, or other religious site.