# Proposed Canon

Within a given hex, 1 second is "one-thousand-one", 1 minute is 60 seconds, 1 hour is 60 minutes, and a day is 24 hours. Erfworld does not use seasons, so measurements like years are useless and not a part of an Erfworlder's normal vocabulary, though if a Stupidworlder mentions the term, they will instinctively understand it to mean 365 turns. Instead of years, Erfworlders have been known to use hundredturns as a description of magnitude.

Time flows independently in every Hex.

A Unit traveling through a Hex may find minutes or hours passing but a Lookamancer or other observer in another Hex sees the Unit moving in only seconds or minutes.Erf-b1.5-p029

A Unit moving from one hex to another will experience a shift in time when moving between hexes, but only if the unit has been observed. Otherwise, as no paradoxes would be caused, the time of the new hex would adjust to your time.Erf-b1.5-p029

While length of time is relative, the order of events is absolute. If there are events A, B, and C being observed from two different hexes. Hex one may say: A took 15 minutes, then B took 10, then C took 20. Hex two may say A took 5, then B took 30, then C took 15. In all cases everyone would agree that A happened, then B happened, then C happened.