Eberron Campaign Setting, Part 3
Eberron World and Planar Calendar Utility
By Mark A Jindra

Sages and astronomers of Eberron use complex orreries and extensive charts to track the position of the planes relative to Eberron. Now you can track the movement of the planes and more with your very own Eberron World and Planar Calendar Utility.

With the Eberron World and Planar Calendar Utility, you can determine where the planes are on any given date, the phases of the moon, and even print a calendar for use in your campaign.

You can use the utilty online, or download it and run it offline on your own computer.

Using the Calendar Utility Online

To use the utility online, launch it:

Launch Eberron World and Planar Calendar Utility

Using the Calendar Utility Offline

To use the utility offline on your own computer:

On a PC: Download the utility by right-clicking on the link and saving the zipped file to your desktop. Unzip the file into a directory on your machine. Use your web browser to open the "index.htm" file. This launches the utility.

Under Windows XP, you have to give Internet Explorer specific permission to allow the World and Planar Calendar Utility script to execute. Click the yellow Information Bar at the top of the Internet Explorer window and select "Allow Blocked Content... ." This allows the utility to run locally on your machine. The code for the World and Planar Calendar Utility is limited to supporting the program as a standalone javascript program running in a web browser. It does not violate security settings or put your data at risk in any way.

On a Mac: Download the utility by control-clicking and saving the zipped file to your desktop. Unzip the file into a folder on your machine. Use your web browser to open the "index.htm" file. This launches the utility.

Download Eberron World and Planar Calendar Utility (75k zip)

This tool is based on the data found in the Eberron Campaign Setting. Special thanks to James Wyatt and Christopher Perkins of Wizards' Roleplaying R&D for their input and for determining the cycles of each moon.


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