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HAMMER

Deepwinter
1

Thunder Blessing
Day; Seeing
Justice

Great Clang

11

12

13

Talona festival

Communion of
Laughter;
Maiming

22

23

21

The Binding

31
Midwinter

10

14

15

16

17

18

19

Cold Counting
Comfort

24

25

20
Great Clang

26

27

28

29

Talona festival

30
Rallying;
Graverending;
Putrescent Death;
Great Clang

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
Alturiak
Eleasis
Ches
Eleint*
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
Calendar of Harptos based on the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting & presented by Kismet's Dungeons and Dragons @ http://www.dnd.kismetrose.com/

ALTURIAK
The Claw of Winter

Seeing Justice

11

12

13

14

15

22
The Binding

23

16

17

18

19

Talona festival

24

25

10
Great Clang

Communion of
Laughter;
Maiming

21

Talona festival

26

27

20
Great Weave,
Great Clang

28

29
Talona festival

30
Great Clang

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
Alturiak
Eleasis
Ches
Eleint*
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
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CHES

The Claw of Sunsets


1

Seeing Justice

11

12

Talona festival

21

10
Great Clang

13

14

15

16

17

18

Communion of
Laughter;
Maiming

22
The Binding

23

19
Spring Equinox

24

25

26

27

28

20
Great Clang

29

Talona festival

30
High Coin; Great
Clang

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
Alturiak
Eleasis
Ches
Eleint*
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
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TARSAKH
The Claw of Storms

Queen's Gambit;
Seeing Justice

11

12

13

14

Communion of
Laughter;
Maiming

21

22
The Binding

31
Greengrass

Talona festival

23

15

16

Windride

24

17

18

19

Talona festival

25

10
Spheres; Great
Clang

26

27

20
Great Clang

28

29
Talona festival

30
Great Clang

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
Alturiak
Eleasis
Ches
Eleint*
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
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MIRTUL
The Melting

Ippensheir; Seeing
Justice;
Unwrapping

11

Melding

12
Sammardach

21

22

13

14

Great Clang;
Talona festival

15

16

17

18

19

Communion of
Laughter;
Maiming

23

10

20
Great Clang

24

25

26

27

28

29

The Binding;
Talona festival

30
Great Clang

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
Alturiak
Eleasis
Ches
Eleint*
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
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KYTHORN
The Time of Flowers

Seeing Justice

11

21

Talona festival

12

13

14

22
The Binding

23

15

16

17

18

19

Talona festival

24

10
Great Clang

Communion of
Laughter;
Maiming

Brightbuckle;
Newborn
Celebration

25

26

20
Summer Solstice;
Four Feasts;
Great Clang;
Ceremony of
Introspection

27

28

29

Talona festival

30
Great Clang

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
Alturiak
Eleasis
Ches
Eleint*
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
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FLAMERULE
Summertide
1

Seeing Justice

3
Sornyn

11

12

4
Sornyn

13

Sornyn

14

15

16

17

18

19

Communion of
Laughter;
Maiming

21

22

23

31

32
Shieldmeet

20
Great Clang

24

25

26

27

28

The Binding;
Talona festival

Midsummer

10
Great Clang;
Talona festival

29

30
Lurue revels;
Sharess revels;
Great Clang;
Celebration to
the Moon

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
The 32 day,
Alturiak
Eleasis
Shieldmeet, is
only added every
Ches
Eleint*
4 years; count
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
from 1372 DR
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
nd

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ELEASIS
Highsun
1

Seeing Justice

11

Talona festival

12

13

22
The Binding

23

10
Great Clang

14

Communion of
Laughter; Divine
Death; Maiming

21

15

16

Talona festival

24

25

17

18

19

Huldark

26

20
Great Clang

27

28

29

Talona festival

30
Great Clang

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
Alturiak
Eleasis
Ches
Eleint*
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
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ELEINT
The Fading

Seeing Justice

11

12

The Penultimate
Thunder

31
Highharvestide

13

14

15

16

17

9
Talona festival

18

19

Communion of
Laughter;
Maiming

21
Autumn Equinox,
Talona festival

7
Spryndalstar

22
The Binding

23

10
Great Clang

20
Great Clang

24

25

26

27
Talona festival

28

29
Talona festival

30
Great Clang

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
Alturiak
Eleasis
Ches
Eleint*
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
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MARPENOTH
Leaffall
1

Marthoon; Seeing Talona festival


Justice

11

12

The Impending
Doom

21

22
The Binding

10
Great Clang

13

14

Communion of
Laughter;
Maiming

Talona festival

23

24

15

16

17

18

19

Ascension of
Mystra; True
Resurrection

25

20
Destruction of
Moander; Great
Clang

26

27

28

29

Talona festival

30
Great Clang

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
Alturiak
Eleasis
Ches
Eleint*
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
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UKTAR
The Rotting

Seeing Justice

Talona festival

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

Communion of
Laughter;
Maiming

21

22

23

31

20
Great Clang;
Talona festival

24

25

26

27

28

29

The Binding

Feast of the
Moon

10
Tehennteahan;
Great Clang

30
Binding; Great
Clang

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
Alturiak
Eleasis
Ches
Eleint*
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
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NIGHTAL
The Drawing Down

Seeing Justice;
Talona festival

11

12

The Impending
Doom

21

10
Great Clang

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

Communion of
Laughter;
Maiming; Talona
festival

22
The Binding

23

20
Winter Solstice;
Four Feasts;
Great Clang;
Ceremony of
Introspection

24

25

26

27

28

29

Orbar; Talona
festival

30
Night of Another
Year; Great
Clang; Day of
Drawing Down

Notes
The Roll of Months
Hammer*
Flamerule**
Alturiak
Eleasis
Ches
Eleint*
Tarsakh*
Marpenoth
Mirtul
Uktar*
Kythorn
Nightal
* 31 days **32 days every 4 years
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MONTHLY REMEMBRANCES
Seeing Justice: Monthly, on the 1st, Tyrrans pray to call forth a vision of a burning war hammer.
Communion of Laughter: Monthly, on the 13th, Garl Glittergold's churches have various activities, ranging from prayer to joke-telling contests.
Maiming: Monthly, on the 13th, Tyrrans sing loudly to conjure the vision of a mailed hand.
The Blinding: Monthly, on the 22nd day, Tyrrans conjure the image of tearful eyes.
Great Clang: The tenth day of each tenday is sacred to Gaerdal Ironhand's church. Members come together to chant.
Talona festival: Every 12 days, clerics of Talona hold gatherings open to all, with music and the sale of poisons and cures.
FULL MOON CEREMONIES
* Clerics of Lolth sacrifice surface elves on nights of the full moon in any given month.
* Midnight Gambol: On a different night of the full moon each month, worshipers of Erevan Ilesere revel. Any who manage to find them can join in.
* Secrets of the Heart: Each full moon, Hanali Celanil's worshipers unveil artwork, sacrifice things of beauty, and feel more love and beauty.
* Sehanine Moonbow's faithful celebrate heavenly movements once a decade or so. They celebrate Lunar Hallowings with meditation monthly on the full moon.
* Each full moon, worshipers of Baervan Wildwanderer join to dance and sacrifice.
* The Cloaking: On the night of the full moon, Baravar Cloakshadow's followers offer up illusions of valuable items.
* Earthrisings: On the full moon, followers of Urogalan join with families of the recently deceased for a funereal ritual.
* Festival of Strength: Every full moon, the faithful of Bahgtru meet to test their physical mettle, sometimes ending in death.
NEW MOON OBSERVANCES
* During nights of the new moon, Vhaeraun worshipers on the surface hold sacred hunts and sacrifices.
* Deepstone Triad: Worshipers of Dumathoin gather to pulverize gems in his honor on nights of the new moon.
* Brandobaris' faithful tithe by burying recent loot in the best place they can on each new moon.
* The new moon is sacred to the followers of Gruumsh.
* Luthic's worshipers celebrate orc fecundity on the new moon.
* Chant in the Abiding Darkness: Items that once mattered a great deal to those who used to own them are dedicated to Shargaas on the new moon.
OPEN DATE MONTHLY FESTIVALS
* Ritual of the Unseen Presence: Once each month, followers of Mask offer prayers and valuables.
* Grand Revel: The church of Sune has a great party once a month
* Monthly, Sheela Peryroyl's worshipers arrange nighttime festivals with nearby settlements. Everyone must bring food.
* Those looking to keep crocodiles away sacrifice animals to Sebek each month.

HAMMER
Thunder Blessing Day: This day is celebrated by many dwarven communities in thanks to Moradin for the Thunder Blessing.
Cold Counting Comfort: On Hammer 15th, Waukeen's clergy celebrates accounting.
MIDWINTER'S EVE CELEBRATIONS
Rallying: On Midwinter Eve, worshipers of Deep Duerra commemorate victories from the last year and talk about what they will do next. There is hammering and
chanting, and the head of an enemy whose lands will be conquered is passed through the gathering.
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The Graverending: Midwinter's Eve, clerics of Kiaransalee animate undead that seek to destroy their murderers for 24 hrs. or until their vengeance is complete.
Putrescent Death: Self-aware creatures are sacrificed to Yurtrus, usually via pestilence.
MIDWINTER OCCASIONS
Midwinter: One of five seasonal holidays that tend to be celebrated across Faerun.
Midwinter Night, clerics of Auril hold a festival.
Unveiling: Gargauth's worshipers offer bloody sacrifices on Midwinter.
Grumbar's clergy have a festival on Midwinter to set plans for the faith.
Ritual of Pain and Purity: Loviatar's faithful dance amid objects that cause pain, while being whipped to go faster on Midwinter.
The Retreat: On Midwinter, followers of the Red Knight gather to review the last year's strategies.
Shiallia's followers celebrate Midwinter; all are invited to celebrate with them.
Masked Lord's Embrace: Midwinter Night, Vhaeraun's worshipers deprive their senses for a day of contemplation.
Midwinter Day: Followers of Berronar Truesilver revel beneath the earth.
Midwinter Night: The faithful of Shevarash commemorate the fallen of the Dark Court Slaughter.
Festival of the Star: Deep gnomes gather at an Underdark lake to see that they are remembered by Callarduran Smoothhands on Midwinter Night.
Midwinter Night: Urdlen's faithful give blood sacrifice to avoid destruction.
Followers of Osiris tend to burial places on Midwinter.

ALTURIAK
Great Weave: On Alturiak 20th, Waukeen's clergy celebrates textiles.

CHES
High Coin: On the 30th of Ches, Waukeen's clergy celebrates wealth.
SPRING EQUINOX CELEBRATIONS
Song of the Dawn: A grand musical ritual is held in Lathander's cathedrals on the morning of the spring equinox; many from outside the church attend.
Four Feasts: Mielikki's worshipers celebrate the senses and sing in forests on the equinoxes and solstices. Grumbar's faithful also follow Mielikkian holidays.
Festival of the Pride: The first tenday of Ches, followers of Nobanion romp and mate; those conceived are said to be leaders of the future church.
Dance of the Swirling Winds: Strong winds herald the celebration of Aerdrie Faenya's followers on the spring equinox. Offerings and dancing in mid-air occur.
The Budding: Followers of Rillifane Rallathil's worshipers fast beforehand and then, on the equinox, celebrate boisterously, ending with a hunt and feast.
Spring equinox is a high holiday of Uthgar.

TARSAKH
The Queen's Gambit: On the 1st of Tarsakh, followers of the Red Knight celebrate with feasting and games, particularly chess.
Spheres: On 10th of Tarsakh, Waukeen's clergy celebrates generosity.
Windride: Shaundakul turns his clerics to gaseous form if they can't windwalk on the 15th of Tarsakh. At the end of the day, they are somewhere new.
Time of Storms: The month of Tarsakh is celebrated by Anhur's clergy with ritual, nonlethal combat, ending with a festival on Greengrass.
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GREENGRASS FESTIVALS
Greengrass: One of five seasonal holidays that tend to be celebrated across Faerun.
Greening: Eldath's worshipers hold a festival on Greengrass.
Ritual of Pain and Purity: Loviatar's faithful dance amid objects that cause pain, while being whipped to go faster on Greengrass.
On the night of Greengrass, Mielikki's worshipers celebrate, plant, and take part in the Wild Ride atop the backs of unicorns.
Outdoor parties are hosted by the church of Sune on Greengrass, which is one of their high holy days.
Clerics of Talos call storms and lightning on Greengrass.
Call to the Flowers: Sung by all the worshipers of Milil on Greengrass.
Shiallia's followers celebrate Greengrass as a time of fullness; all are invited to celebrate with them.
Time of Spawning: On Greengrass, Haela Brightaxe's worshipers enact a grim ritual for the new crop of monsters from former dwarven holdings.
On Greengrass (and nights when the moon waxes or is full), Sharindlar's clergy gather, dance, and sacrifice wealth privately.
Coin festivals: Held on Greengrass, and a day before and after each full moon, worshipers of Vergadain sell as much as they can to the public.
Worshipers of Isis praise her for the sowing season and hold riotous parties on Greengrass. All farmers are welcome.
The faithful of Ilneval gather orcs together to attack settlements in the name of their god.

MIRTUL
Ippensheir: For twelve days after Greengrass, followers of Gond gather where a great master has worked, celebrate, and share their projects.
Birthing: New art and new births are planned to come to fruition amongst the clergy of Hathor. This is celebrated during the daytime on the first full moon following
Greengrass.
Unwrapping: The worshipers of Geb commemorate the first of Mirtul, when the thaw opens new places to mine.
Melding: On the 5th of Mirtul, Deep Duerra's clerics come together to commune with the goddess in a kind of hive mind.
Sammardach: On Mirtul 12th, Waukeen's clergy celebrates benefactors.

KYTHORN
Brightbuckle: On Kythorn 21st, Waukeen's clergy celebrates finery.
Newborn Celebration: During the third tenday of Kythorn, worshipers of Nobanion partake of a large hunt or feast.
Four Feasts: Mielikki's worshipers celebrate the senses and sing in forests on the equinoxes and solstices. Grumbar's faithful also follow Mielikkian holidays.
Ceremony of Introspection: Priests of Thoth abstain from food and enter a freezing bath on the summer and winter solstices.

FLAMERULE
Sornyn: On Flamerule 3-5th, Waukeen's clergy celebrates deal-brokering.
SHIELDMEET OBSERVANCES
Ceremony of Honor to Helm: Held on Shieldmeet.
Deeds of the Dead: On Shieldmeet, clergy of Kelemvor recall those who have passed and might raise a fallen hero from the past to aid the modern world.
Shieldmeet is a holy day in the house of Oghma.
The Conjuring of the Second Moon: Each Shieldmeet, every church of Selune chants.
Melding of the Three: On Shieldmeet, moon elves sing and perform magic to honor the merging of the Angharradh.
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Beshaba's clerics celebrate with chaotic displays of destruction and rudeness on Shieldmeet.
On Shieldmeet, an archery competition is arranged amongst the faithful of Solonor Thelandira.
MIDSUMMER'S EVE CELEBRATIONS
Midsummer's Eve: Followers of Lurue celebrate boisterously all night.
Midsummer's Eve: The greatest revel of the faithful of Sharess takes place on this day (though they celebrate just about every season, full moon, etc.).
Celebration to the Moon: Hathor's priests sing and enjoy Midsummer's Eve.
MIDSUMMER GATHERINGS
Midsummer: One of five seasonal holidays that tend to be celebrated across Faerun.
Song of the Dawn: A grand musical ritual is held in Lathander's cathedrals on Midsummer morning; many from outside the church attend.
Midsummer is a holy day in the house of Oghma.
Outdoor parties are hosted by the church of Sune on Midsummer, which is one of their high holy days.
Clerics of Talos call storms and lightning on Midsummer.
Akadi's worshipers who can attend on Blaskaltar, the original shrine to their deity, and chant the names of the faith's heroes on Midsummer.
Beshaba's clerics celebrate with chaotic displays of destruction and rudeness on Midsummer.
Grand Revel: The followers of Milil boisterously celebrate with feasting and dancing on Midsummer.
Shiallia's followers celebrate Midsummer; all are invited to celebrate with them.
On Midsummer (and nights when the moon waxes or is full), Sharindlar's clergy gather, dance, and sacrifice wealth privately.
High Forge: Flandal Steelskin's followers celebrate by offering worked metals, exchanging ideas, and buying wares on Midsummer.
Festival of the Ruby: On Midsummer Day, worshipers of Callarduran Smoothhands celebrate the deity hiding gems in the earth to be found by gnomes.
Followers of Horus-Re (and most of the country of Mulhorand) attend services on Midsummer's Day.
On the night of Midsummer, Mielikki's worshipers celebrate, plant, and take part in the Wild Ride atop the backs of unicorns.
Midsummer Night: Berronar Truesilver's worshipers celebrate in the surface lands, and nonworshipers are allowed to join in.
Ceremony of Contagion: Midsummer Night, sacrifices are the prelude to a night of causing disease in the name of Yurtrus.

ELEASIS
Divine Death: The church of Torm commemorates the destruction of Bane on the 13th.
Huldark: On Eleasis 17th, Waukeen's clergy celebrates bounty.

ELEINT
Spryndalstar: On Eleint 7th, Waukeen's clergy celebrates magic.
The Penultimate Thunder: This is one of two high holy days important to Hoar. It is celebrated on the 11th with feasting.
* Festival of Vengeance: Tiamat's clergy celebrates the defeat of Gilgeam on the first full moon following Midsummer.
EQUINOX CELEBRATIONS
Song of the Dawn: A grand musical ritual is held in Lathander's cathedrals on morning of the autumn equinox; many from outside the church attend.
Four Feasts: Mielikki's worshipers celebrate the senses and sing in forests on the equinoxes and solstices. Grumbar's faithful also follow Mielikkian holidays.
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On the autumn equinox, the worshipers of Uthgar gather at their traditional burial mounds for speaking with spirits, arranging deals, and rituals.
Dance of the Swirling Winds: Strong winds herald the celebration of Aerdrie Faenya's followers on the autumn equinox. Offerings and dancing in mid-air occur.
The Transformation: Worshipers of Rillifane Rallathil join to celebrate on the equinox.
HIGHHARVESTIDE OBSERVANCES
Highharvestide: One of five seasonal holidays that tend to be celebrated across Faerun.
Feast of the Stags: Hunters of Malar capture meat and invite others to a feast, whereby they promise to provide food for those who need it in the winter.
Ritual of Pain and Purity: Loviatar's faithful dance amid objects that cause pain, while being whipped to go faster on Highharvestide.
Shiallia's followers celebrate Highharvesttide as a time of fullness; all are invited to celebrate with them.
Remembrance Rituals: Worshipers of Anhur gather to remember allies on Highharvestide.
Worshipers of Isis praise the goddess and her husband for the harvest season on Highharvestide. All farmers are welcome.
Followers of Osiris have a high-spirited celebration on Highharvestide.

MARPENOTH
Marthoon: On Marpenoth 1st, Waukeen's clergy celebrates guards.
The Impending Doom: This is one of two high holy days important to Hoar. It is celebrated on the 11th with drums and purification all day.
The Ascension of the current incarnation of Mystra is celebrated on the 15th of Marpenoth.
True Resurrection: A jolly celebration of Torm's return, performed on the 15th of Marpenoth.
Clerics of Finder Wyvernspur commemorate Moander's destruction by their deity on the 20th.

UKTAR
Tehennteahan: On Uktar 10th, Waukeen's clergy celebrates craft.
FEAST OF THE MOON OBSERVANCES
Feast of the Moon: One of five seasonal holidays that tend to be celebrated across Faerun.
Deeds of the Dead: On the Feast of the Moon, clergy of Kelemvor recall the lives of the deceased and might raise a fallen hero from the past for aid.
Rising of the Dark: On the Feast of the Moon, Sharran cults reveal plans for the next year over a sacrifice.
Feast of Heroes/Song of the Fallen/Song of the Sword: Performed at noon, dusk, and after dark (for people) by the faithful of Tempus on the Feast of the Moon.
The followers of the Red Knight also celebrate the holy days of Tempus.
Ritual of Pain and Purity: Loviatar's faithful dance amid objects that cause pain, while being whipped to go faster on the Feast of the Moon.
Followers of Lurue remember the fallen with solemnity and great art on the Feast of the Moon. It is also the anniversary of Silverymoon's founding.
The Vision: Worshipers of Savras meditate the whole day of the Feast of the Moon, and are given a vision in return.
Shiallia's followers celebrate the Feast of the Moon; all are invited to celebrate with them.
Commemoration of the Fallen: Clerics of Haela Brightaxe remember those who fell serving the dwarven race on the Feast of the Moon.
Mystic Rites of the Luminous Cloud: Sehanine Moonbow's faithful meditate and the deity manifests on the Feast of the Moon. The followers become silvery lights
and fly, receiving knowledge.
Ceremony of Remembrance: The worshipers of Arvoreen recall fallen allies on the Feast of the Moon.
Feast of the Silver Coin: A subdued ritual is held to Nephthys on the Feast of the Moon; status is gained by the amount tithed to the church on that day.
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Coming of the Winter Cave: The faithful of Luthic celebrate on the Feast of the Moon, often ending in new pregnancies.

NIGHTAL
Orbar: On Nightal 25th, Waukeen's clergy remembers the dangers of over-consumption.
Night of Another Year: On the last night of the year, Jergal's clerics read the names of the dead from the recent year.
Day of Drawing Down: On the last day of Nightal, clergy of Geb lead remembrances of those who perished in mines during the last year. A mine is closed to mark
the occasion.
Four Feasts: Mielikki's worshipers celebrate the senses and sing in forests on the equinoxes and solstices. Grumbar's faithful also follow Mielikkian holidays.
Ceremony of Introspection: Priests of Thoth abstain from food and enter a freezing bath on the summer and winter solstices.
SEASONAL GATHERINGS
* Adherents of Malar hold a High Hunt once each season, during which worshipers hunt a humanoid. If it survives a day and night, it is allowed to live and given a
boon by the hunters.
* As each new season has its first day, the followers of Segojan Earthcaller gather to offer gems.
MISCELLANEOUS HOLIDAYS
* Azuth's worshipers hold a holy day when a new Magister is chosen.
* Chauntea's worshipers hold the High Prayers of the Harvest, a serious ceremony, once a year at harvest time.
* At spring and neap tides, followers of Istishia celebrate with festivals.
* All holy days not tied to evil are celebrated by Lliira's followers.
* At ice out, Umberlee's clergy parade and then throw an weighted animal into the sea; if it lives, it's considered a holy creature.
* Divine Pageantry: The nobles of Waterdeep celebrate Siamorphe once during the summer, but the date is not stable. They dress in older styles, hold to older
customs of behavior, and distribute money to commoners.
* The Shattering: Valkur's worshipers open the new sailing season in early spring, but the date varies.
* Followers of Marthammor Duin celebrate the festival days and nine days after, as well as Shieldmeet and nine days after that. The celebrations are open, even
to other races.
* When the moon is full or new, worshipers of Thard Harr gather to scream, sacrifice, and feast.
* In the first quarter waxing, followers of Corellon Larethian play music, dance, and make offerings.
* Once each lunar month, Solonor Thelandira's followers gather to sacrifice and be grateful.

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