Holidays

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Below is a list of all holidays in the Alorian canon. Read more about them on their core pages.

January

  • 1st: The Feast of After-Winter, a Minoor Altalar holiday celebrating the passing of a year.
  • 2nd: Kreutztag, a Leutz-Vixe Ailor holiday remembering a victory against swamp monsters.
  • 5th: The Solar Eclipse is celebrated in Ssassrakand by all Slizzar.
  • 5th: The Solstiger Festival, an Old Gods celebration in honor of their faith's heroes.
  • 8th: Vinda-de-Idade, the Bragacao Ailor coming of age celebration.
  • 15th: Festival of Before Spring, a Dragon Worship holiday celebrating the spring season.

February

  • 1st: Feast of Love, a Minoor Altalar celebration of romance and expressing hidden feelings.
  • 2nd: Croissantergrub, a Leutz-Vixe Ailor holiday celebrating their regional baking.
  • 10th: Talvhind, a Zvorun Ailor holiday celebrating a great military victory.
  • 15th: Festival of the Younglings, a Dragon Worship holiday celebrating those under 15.
  • 15th to 25th: Karnaváli, an Etosian Ailor holiday focused on abstaining from worldly pleasures before binging in glorious celebration.
  • 20th: Hela, a Tarkkin Ailor holiday to protect the health of animals.

March

  • 1st: Semana de Libertad, a 7-day Daendroque Ailor holiday celebrating their liberation.
  • 1st: Feast of Poetry, a Minoor Altalar day dedicated to hardworking poets and scribes.
  • 2nd: The date when the Leutz-Vixe Ailor hold their mass regional fencing competitions.
  • 3rd: Chrysanthos Day, an Etosian Ailor holiday commemorating the start of the Chrysant War.
  • 10th: Suur-Võitlus, a Zvorun Ailor holiday celebrating the Union of Water which helped extinguish a great flaming Dragon.
  • 15th: Festival of Communal Song, a Dragon Worship holiday where all sing in choirs.

April

  • 1st: Feast of Comedy, a Minoor Altalar celebration of pranks and fun.
  • 2nd: Gladdamat, an Old Gods holiday celebrating the abundance of food.
  • 2nd: Éischt Wuertspilldag, a Leutz-Vixe Ailor holiday involving cleverly disguised crosswords.
  • 15th: Festival of Gladiators, a Dragon Worship holiday where warriors seek glory.
  • 16th: Dragon Festival Day, an Anglian Ailor holiday where Crown Dragons and local rulers are cheered.
  • 19th: Kouvonpäev, a Tarkkin Ailor holiday worshiping bears.

May

  • 1st: Feast of Vile Caverns, a Minoor Altalar holiday to teach the danger of caves to outsiders.
  • 2nd: Ravendag, a Leutz-Vixe Ailor holiday celebrating the unique Hinterlandic Raven.
  • 10th: Iméra ton Mitéron, the Etosian Ailor holiday in honor of mothers and motherly figures.
  • 15th: Festival of Creation, a Dragon Worship holiday celebrating children and parenthood.
  • 17th: Freedom Day, an Old Gods holiday celebrating the freedoms of life.
  • 22nd: Emperor's Birthday, recognizing the birth of the current Emperor, Alexander I.

June

  • 1st: Feast of Summer Life, a Minoor Altalar time to respect past hardships.
  • 2nd: Ritter Éier Dag, a Leutz-Vixe Ailor holiday celebrating the Knights of the Regalian Empire.
  • 5th: Øya Festival, an Old Gods holiday celebrating music with a 24-hour drunken symphony.
  • 15th: Festival of Mourning, a Dragon Worship holiday in remembrance of the dead.
  • 21st: Sihai New Year, a time of Sihai fireworks, lantern-light, and merriment.
  • 21st: Ékrixia, when the Etosian Ailor celebrate the beginning of summer with flowers and music.
  • 23rd: Jorn de lo Soldat, a Tolonne Ailor holiday as a farewell to leaving soldiers.
  • 23rd: Sydäsuvi, a Tarkkin Ailor holiday celebrating the height of summer.

July

  • 1st: Feast of Patronage, a Minoor Altalar holiday to patronize the arts.
  • 2nd: Hellege Dag, a Leutz-Vixe Ailor holiday where veils are worn to honor God Emperors and Empresses.
  • 11th: Paízoméra, an Etosian Ailor holiday to let them experience plays and theatre performances.
  • 14th: Ajastu-Impeerium, a Zvorun Ailor holiday celebrating the Regalian Empire.
  • 15th: Festival of the Stars, a Dragon Worship holiday about star-gazing.

August

  • 1st: Feast of Parentage, a Minoor Altalar celebration of good parenting.
  • 2nd: Broderie Dag, a Leutz-Vixe Ailor holiday involving embroidered handkerchiefs.
  • 10th: Traldi, an Old Gods holiday wishing good fortune and safety to travelers.
  • 15th: Festival of the Sun, a Dragon Worship holiday about bringing light to darkness.

September

  • 1st: Feast of Perpentual Harvest, a Minoor Altalar celebration in honor of the earth's bounty.
  • 2nd: Zweet Wuertspilldag, a Leutz-Vixe Ailor holiday sequel involving cleverly disguised crosswords.
  • 10th: Suguvõsa-Koor, a Zvorun Ailor holiday celebrating the past and their ancient origins.
  • 15th: Festival of Water, a Dragon Worship holiday featuring pranks.
  • 16th: Festenal de Sindicat, a Tolonne Ailor holiday cheering their adoption of Unionism.
  • 29th: Haeksendag, an Anglian Ailor holiday where children dress up as witches.

October

  • 1st: Feast of Cleanliness and Nature, a Minoor Altalar holiday about tidying the landscape.
  • 2nd: Dag vum Gehorsam vun der Regierung, a Leutz-Vixe Ailor holiday celebrating the government and Emperor.
  • 10th: Kord-Vaikus, a Zvorun Ailor holiday to honor the dead.
  • 15th: Festival of Nurture, a Dragon Worship holiday about communal living.

November

  • 1st: Feast of Blue, a Minoor Altalar holiday honoring intellectuals and teachers.
  • 1st to 8th: Kekri, a Tarkkin Ailor holiday celebrating the beginning of winter while also remembering the dead.
  • 2nd: Päerd Bewäertung Dag, a Leutz-Vixe Ailor holiday praising horses.
  • 11th: Traalbess, an Old Gods holiday wishing towards next year's good fortune.
  • 15th: Festival of Demise, a Dragon Worship holiday about their fallen gods.
  • 17th: A day to honor teachers, students and scholars in Etosian Ailor society.

December

  • 1st: Feast of Year's End, a Minoor Altalar day to reflect on the incoming year.
  • 2nd: Enn vun allem Dag, a Leutz-Vixe Ailor holiday celebrating the military that keeps them safe.
  • 3rd: Nachtblätter Tanznacht, a Waldmark Wirtem Ailor holiday cheering victory over Vampires.
  • 5th: Holy Nichols Day, an Anglian Ailor holiday celebrating the Heron of Miners.
  • 10th: Armaeg, a Zvorun Ailor holiday celebrating love and luck.
  • 15th: Wildcard Festival, a 7-day Dragon Worship holiday arranged entirely by local Matrons.
  • 28th: A day for Etosian Ailor to celebrate native-born sailors and their exploits.
  • 31st: Crepusculo, an Azzizzari Ailor holiday of festivities awaiting the new year.