The sun and moon are short-term timekeepers of Spirit Island, measuring days and months with their rise and set, wax and wane. When they meet in a solar eclipse, time collides with time, sending jagged pieces of Was, Will-Be, and Might-Have-Been tearing through the weave of seasons and years. Gleaming vision-shards of future or past events may shimmer across the sky, but often those futures or pasts do not match what others know. Fractured Days Split the Sky exists mostly in the high reaches of the heavens, but touches the island now and then, time and possibility flowing around it like a wind-blown mantle.
Put 3 on your starting board: 1 in the highest-numbered land with 1 , and 2 in the highest-numbered land without . Discard the top 3 cards of the Minor Power and Major Power decks.
Several of its Unique Powers need setup to use well - it's possible 1 or 2 of them may see no play in a given game. Has more ways to spend Time than gain it, so needs to prioritize, and save up if big turns are desired. Can easily power up its tracks by manipulating time, but has a hard time getting lots of onto the board. This can make targeting tricky, and may be quite dangerous if a Blighted Island starts destroying .