AllenStroud wrote:Generally turns is the reference. The Order of the Star (The organisation in the Journal of the Gifted One) do measure time in days and there are some fluctuations in illumination that may account for this, but these can be imprecise. However, when living in the towers, the outside world is rarely visited by some and the artificers do produce elaborate clocks that still divide time periods in this way.
Outside of Limbo, time can be measured in other ways depending on the location of the vortex and the realm's rotation in relation with this. Your realm's people may measure time in ways local to them, so its worth using the terms mentioned elsewhere and then building up your own ideas.
Imho I think we need a wiki if we are to remotely moderate effectively.
Anyhow, I can light the vortex and also any magical properties a Realm may hold, and/or light reflected off the debris of the void sea create a day/night cycle of sorts, especially if one Realm is in 'the shadow' of another? And perhaps, fluctuations in the Vortex can create changes to the weather, pushing up temperatures or bathing a Realm in light, almost blinding anyone who looks skyward?
edit: edited to make sense