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Highharvestide
  • Worshipers of Anhur celebrate the Remembrance Ritual in honor of fallen comrades
  • Worshipers of the dwarven deity Dugmaren Brightmantle spend the morning in thoughtful meditation and the rest of the day at a scholarly symposium
  • Guardians of Gorm Gulthyn gather for ritual salutes, martial weapons displays, chanted prayers, and the offering of weapons used in a defensive action
  • Worshipers of Isis in Mulhorand put on an exuberant celebration thanking Isis and Osiris for their aid with the harvest
  • Worshipers of Lliira open a holy festival with the Swords Cast Down ritual in which weapons are thrown on the ground with chanting and covered with fresh flowers
  • Worshipers of Malar celebrate the Feast of the Stags and pledge to hunt through the winter for selected people unable to hunt for themselves
  • Followers of Marthammor Duin call this day the Thunderbolt and pray for inspiration in any approaching battles
  • Priests of Osiris invite the citizens of Mulhorand to celebration of Osiris's bounty
  • Worshipers of Shiallia celebrate fruition on this day, inviting friendly creatures to join in feasting, dancing, and singing
  • Worshipers of Silvanus consider Highharvestide holy, and often give sacrifice by breaking and burying an object constructed of wood
  • Worshipers of Talos call for storms and lightning
1 Marpenoth
  • Worshipers of the halfling deity Cyrrollalee celebrate Hearthday
  • Worshipers of Waukeen observe Marthoon, a High Festival recognizing the guards, soldiers, and the defenders of goods and commerce that create the security needed for business to thrive
  • Followers of Tyr perform the ritual of Seeing Justice at which a giant warhammer appears above the congregation glowing white hot

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  • Followers of Marthammor Duin call this day the Fulmination and again pray for inspiration in any upcoming battles

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  • Worshipers of Hoar observe the Impending Doom with a day of ominous drumming, strenuous acts of purification, and stentorian oaths

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  • Worshipers of Garl Glittergold celebrate the Communion of Laughter with various activities
  • Worshipers of Tyr perform the ritual of the Maiming at which a giant gauntleted hand appears above the congregation and then disappears in an illusion of flaming blood

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  • Worshipers of Tymora observe Starfall, believed to be the anniversary of the destruction of Tyche and the birth of Tymora
  • Worshipers of Tyr perform the ritual of the Blinding at which an illusion of a giant pair of eyes appears above the congregation and then sheds flaming tears until they drain away to nothing

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  • Worshipers of the halfling deity Cyrrollalee celebrate Hearthday
  • Followers of Tyr perform the ritual of Seeing Justice at which a giant warhammer appears above the congregation glowing white hot

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  • Worshipers of Waukeen observe Tehennteahan (the Night of Hammers and Nails), a High Festival honoring craftsmen and women who work with their hands with a day-long feast and demonstrations of new innovations

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  • Worshipers of Garl Glittergold celebrate the Communion of Laughter with various activities
  • Worshipers of Tyr perform the ritual of the Maiming at which a giant gauntleted hand appears above the congregation and then disappears in an illusion of flaming blood

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  • Worshipers of Tyr perform the ritual of the Blinding at which an illusion of a giant pair of eyes appears above the congregation and then sheds flaming tears until they drain away to nothing

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  • Priests of Gargauth perform the Binding, a ritual of personal sacrifice for more power
Feast of the Moon
  • Worshipers of the halfling deity Arvoreen perform the Ceremony of Remembrance to honor those who died defending their community
  • Priests of Bhaal recount tales of heroic slayings
  • Guardians of Gorm Gulthyn gather for ritual salutes, martial weapons displays, chanted prayers, and the offering of weapons used in a defensive action
  • Worshipers of the dwarven deity Haela Brightaxe call this day the Commemoration of the Fallen and is spent recounting the battles and deeds of those who died defending the Stout Folk and dedicating new weapons and armor to their memory
  • Priests of Kelemvor tell the Deeds of the Dead to preserve their memory
  • Worshipers of Lliira open a holy festival with the Swords Cast Down ritual in which weapons are thrown on the ground with chanting and covered with fresh flowers
  • Worshipers of Lurue observe a quiet ceremony ushering in winter and remembering the dead. It is the anniversary of the founding of Silverymoon and is celebrated by the unveiling of works of art and song
  • Followers of Marthammor Duin call this day the Beacon and celebrate the path shown them by Finder-of-Trails
  • This day is known as the Day the Dead are Most With Us by worshipers of Myrkul
  • This day is known as the Feast of the Silver Coin to worshipers of Nephthys and is a time of tithing
  • Worshipers of Savras the All-Seeing call this day the Vision and spend 24 hours meditating in a steam bath or a haze of incense
  • Worshipers of Sehanine Moonbow gather this night for the Mystic Rites of the Luminous Cloud and are often transformed into scintillating streaks of light that fly across the starry heavens
  • Worshipers of Shar call this day the Rising of the Dark and plot their nefarious deeds for the next year after a live sacrifice
  • Worshipers of Shiallia invite friendly creatures to join in feasting, dancing, and singing
  • Worshipers of Talos call for storms and lightning
  • Worshipers of Tempus honor the dead
  • Worshipers of the orc deity Luthic know this day as the Coming of the Winter Cave, a festival in which many young are conceived
1 Nightal
  • Worshipers of the halfling deity Cyrrollalee celebrate Hearthday
  • Followers of Tyr perform the ritual of Seeing Justice at which a giant warhammer appears above the congregation glowing white hot

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  • Followers of Marthammor Duin call this day the Runestone and give thanks for knowledge gained from socializing with other cultures

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  • Worshipers of Garl Glittergold celebrate the Communion of Laughter with various activities
  • Worshipers of Tyr perform the ritual of the Maiming at which a giant gauntleted hand appears above the congregation and then disappears in an illusion of flaming blood

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  • It is the Winter Solstice
  • Worshipers of Loviatar celebrate the Rite of Pain and Purity by dancing in a circle upon broken glass or other sharp objects
  • Worshipers of Mielikki celebrate the Fourth Feast and praise the Forest Lady with song
  • Worshipers of the gnomish deity Segojan Earthcaller offer up gems and bury them in holes dug by badgers
  • Worshipers of Thoth perform the Ceremony of Introspection by fasting for 24 hours followed by immersion in icy water
  • Worshipers of Uthgar fast for a day and a night to celebrate the Darking of winter

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  • Worshipers of Tyr perform the ritual of the Blinding at which an illusion of a giant pair of eyes appears above the congregation and then sheds flaming tears until they drain away to nothing

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  • Worshipers of Waukeen celebrate the return of their goddess from the Abyss
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  • Worshipers of Waukeen observe Orbar, a High Festival in which the church solemnly acknowledges the darker side of wealth and prays for those who succumbed to miserliness, were killed by thieves, or lost their life in the pursuit of wealth

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  • Worshipers of Geb call today the Day of Drawing Down, commemorating those who died beneath the earth by collapsing the entrance to an abandoned mine shaft
  • Priests of Jergal stop working at sundown and begin the Night of Another Year by reading the names of the deceased they have recorded all year before burning or filing their scrolls
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