Conjunctions part 2.
Here they are. All the conjunctions of the moons that can occur during an 11 year Endlean cycle. These assume 125 and 33 synodic day periods for Guthay and Ral respectively. These can be verified by the Merchant Calendar program. They were all hand calculated, not just read off each conjunction, in the program.
It starts off with the conjunction that occurs at the beginning of the Endlean cycle and then each conjunction occurs every ~44.84 days thereafter. (125*33)/(125-33)
I have listed these starting with the Free Year that corresponds to the Endlean cycle. For years other than those listed, just convert by adding 11 to the year provided in the FY column.
I have the EXACT month and day it occurs along with the exact hour and minute, the percent full the moons will be. (Phases are the same on conjunctions). I include whether it is waxing, waning; or new, crescent, half, gibbous, or full. I also have the relative position to the zenith and whether they are rising or setting. I also have if they are visible from the Tyr region side of the globe or not, (about half are not), a few of these are just below the horizon at the exact moment of conjunction, indicated with an “H”
So, suppose you are in the year of the Priest and your Draj Moon Priest is looking for the next time there is a visible conjunction where the moons are waxing gibbous and are rising in the sky. - you can say “Oh, you have to wait until Flagstaad the 15th around 2:50 PM before you can cast your raise the dead spell. Otherwise you will have to wait two years until the evening of Flagstaad the 27th which is when the next one occurs.” And he will frown at you because he wanted to cast it now. Alternatively you can just ignore this kind of stuff and hand wave it and say “Uhhh, well, in two weeks they will be in the conjunction needed for your spell.” Because after all, DM>science