Drotucian Time

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Drotucian Time (DT) is the official time zone used in The DRotUCE. The timezone is located 6 hours behind UTC, and five during Daylight Savings Time, which is refferred to as Drotucian Daylight Time (DDT). Daylight Savings Time is observed in The DRotUCE between the second Sunday in March, and the first Sunday in November. Many Drotucians, especially those living in the Dutch Province and English Territory, observe other timezones however, CET and GMT respectively. The Dutch Province has yet to pass a law regarding use of a different timezone however, so for legal purposes DT is used.