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Please help me understand the phases of the Red Moon as seen in Dragon Pass: The Guide to Glorantha says on p. 648

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The names of the Lunar phases are: Black Moon, Crescent-Coming, Empty Half, Full Moon, Full Half, Crescent-Going and Dying Moon.

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the Full Moon phase in Dragon Pass (which begins at sunset on Wildday)

Does this mean that the Red Moon is "Black Moon" or "Full Moon" at sunset on Wildday?

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It's a full moon at sunset on wildday. From there it goes to full half on freezeday, then crescent going on waterday, then to dying on clayday. Following dying is black on windsday, crescent coming on fireday, and finally empty half on godsday before it gets back to the full moon.

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8 hours ago, Richard S. said:

full half on freezeday, then crescent going on waterday, then to dying on clayday. Following dying is black on windsday, crescent coming on fireday, and finally empty half on godsday before it gets back to the full moon.

Slightly out of order. Sequence is:

Full Moon - Wildday

Full Half - Godsday

Crescent Going - Freezeday

Dying - Waterday

Black Moon - Clayday

Crescent Coming - Windsday

Empty Half - Fireday

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6 minutes ago, jajagappa said:

Slightly out of order. Sequence is:

Full Moon - Wildday

Full Half - Godsday

Crescent Going - Freezeday

Dying - Waterday

Black Moon - Clayday

Crescent Coming - Windsday

Empty Half - Fireday

Oh, you're right. I got Wildday and Godsday flipped, my bad.

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