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Holidays

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1/1 Year's Birth
First Day of the Year
1/7-1/14 Machinist Convention
Sponsored festival showcasing the latest in Artifice and Machines.
1/31 Feast of Darkness A Day in honor of Maugrim held in shadow societies. Only his followers celebrate this, like most holidays in honor of the Dark Powers.
2/12-2/17 Kegger Fest A dwarven festival in honor of getting ‘smashed’. New beer is often introduced.
2/20 Deathwatch A day celebrated by the followers of the undead god, Thul. This holiday is outlawed in many lands.
2/21 Balefire
A ritual day of spring summoning usually held after Deathwatch; a Druid Festival.
3/15 High Sun Holy Day of Daeus, representing the first days of spring.
3/20 Feast of Nenyan Elven holiday remembering their return to Gaea.
4/1 Coyote’s Laugh A gnomish and halfling holiday in honor of Tarien, the trickster. Others are warned to be wary of practical jokes.
4/7 Star's Shining A holy holiday of Althea, traditionally a special day for loved ones and marriages, so named for the presence of a star which seems to glow brighter on this particular day, signifying the eternal nature of love.
4/17 The Masquerade A day of costume balls and parties, but also secretly a holy holiday for Taara, the masked one.
5/3 Wonder Lord’s Day
A gnomish and dwarven holiday in reverence to Reos.
5/15-5/22 Tournament Paramount
Week long olympic festival of contests, tournaments and gladiatorial championships in honor of Angoron.
6/20 Shadowfall A day reverenced by followers of Illotha the Vampire Queen. It is illegal in most countries, but observed by superstitious folk who fear being snatched to the abyss by their shadows.
7/22 Sky Dancer's Song A day for Eluna, the Moon Goddess.
8/20-8/27 Rose Treaty Week long freedom festival in celebration of Alexandrian Independence.
9/1-9/7 Merkebah's Fall Week long celebration of Saluven's defeat.
9/30 The Revel A day of games, parties and celebration, holy to Ceinara and her followers.
10/31 The High Hunt A great day of hunting, however, also celebrated by druids and followers of Dana the Earth Mother and Gilead the Hunter.
12/17-12/31

Yule Season and The Gathering

 

A traditional day held in honor of The Source. Gift giving is often done but the intensity of it varies from culture to culture. Most people gather as families to celebrate the holiday.

 

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