The Kingdom of Daytar Leamay
Osmey 1-4: “The Conjunction” both midsummer and the beginning of the new year
Lenndey 7-9: “Feast of Charity” Food and healing are offered to any who join them in their festival, donations are collected for the good of all people (Temple of Lenndra)
Macak 10: “Darkest Night” This is the only night of the year that both moons are dark and depending on who you are this night can mean very different things. The Goodly folk, stay indoors, by the hearth fire and tell stories of family accomplishments and feast. The not so civilized folk use this night to spread chaos and destruction. The Lycanthropes of the kingdom keep this day as holy and will cause no strife, they see this as the only night a year they can rest without the moons sway in the back of their minds. The Paymar family used to secretly go into their communities and spread charity amongst the poverty stricken.
Oliveny 1-2: “Festival of colors” First day of Fall celebrated by everyone by wearing bright fall colors and great feasts.
Paten 19-20/Occeny 1: “Festival of Fruit” First fruit harvests (temple of Filila)
Mabar 17: “Families Feast” A day for all families to come together and forgive their past hurts(Temple of Belat)
Olendy 11-15: “River of Blood” farmers kill off their live stock in preparation for the winter, very ominous time, many divination’s for the coming year are performed (temple of Mayssa)
Hossy 11-12: “Winters Gala” (Temple of Ishmara) First winter dance and bonfire
Airia 2: “Lantern Festival” (Temple of Kellan) Paper lanterns float by candle power over the festival. Precipitins write wishes on their lantern and “send them to heaven”, A dancing Fo Dog is paraded through the streets and moon cakes are eaten.
Airia 20/ Fenda 1-2: “Festival of the Stars” Midwinter, considered a good omen to be able to see the stars on these nights, divination’s are done by the priesthood all night (Temple of Pellmar)
Peary 6: “Fire Festival” all night they burn pairs of massive bonfires, participants are encouraged to purge their sinful guilt’s by writing them down and having them read aloud by a priest who purifies them as they walk between the fires, this act is considered a penance and forgiveness from the divine, they however still have to live with the consequences. (Temple of Belat)
Enossa 3-4: “Maidens days” and ancient day of fertility and marriages, Celebrated by everyone.
Machy 1: “Machy’s Moon” The ritualized wild hunt (Temple of Heaybara)
Greeb 2: “Festival of feasts” First day of summer, every one shares in a pot luck feast and games. (temple of Filila)
Litam 6-8: “Swallows dance” return of the nesting swallows celebrated in elaborate dances (Temple of Ishmara)