The Black Spire
Vast, stretching into the sky further than can be seen, is the Black Spire. Columns of tightly packed rock extending into the sky.
The land of Erd circles the Spire, a thin edge of land jutting out from an impossible cliff. On the outer edge of the oceans of Erd, is a rocky land that contains most of the water and keeps it from spilling out into space.
A year is 416 days, with 13 months of 32 days each.
The sun “rises” in the morning and slowly circles the Spire before “setting” at night. The moon has a 32 day cycle, and makes one complete orbit around the Spire before “setting” each night. A day is 24 hours long.