Britannian Holidays
Brialla's Journey - January 28

Many years ago, long before Minoc was established as a true city, one woman dared to map the northlands of Britannia.

Brialla of the Seven Tears (one of the elder monk orders, which would eventually be the cornerstone of Empath Abbey) was a woman of undeniable strength of spirit.

Each member of Her order was required to commit to a personal quest for knowledge.

She chose to map the unknown darklands of northern Britannia.

Without shoes and clad in only the brown robes of her order she charted, recorded, illustrated, and kept an invaluable journal of her travels.

It was she, in fact, who first discovered the rich mineral deposits in the mountains by Minoc.

Every year, on this date, we celebrate her journey by donning the robes of simplest brown, and walking, barefoot to the town of Minoc.

Once there, all followers should celebrate, discuss their memories of Brialla, and create new stories based upon her legend.

Festival of the Ivory Tusk - March 4

The Time has come once again for the citizens of Britannia to celebrate. Time to celebrate our dominance over the birds of the air, and the beasts of the fields. Our dominance over all living things. The time of the Festival of the Ivory Tusk.

Man has long held in awe the works of nature, the deadly alligator, the faithful dog, and the free roaming birds of the sky. But man has also held true that he is natures greatest creation. A living breathing, thinking organism that can be as deadly, as faithful, and as free as any other animal that has ever lived.

And so we celebrate on this joyous day with a festival to be held in the city of Jhelom. There will be food and drink for everyone, as well as many other events. Come and see the zoo of strange and exotic creatures to be displayed. Come and watch as animals are used as gladiators in one of the favorite spectator sports of the land. Wager with friends on the outcome of any and all challenges. Watch as Bulls do battle with each other. Panthers and wolves go head to head. As well as chickens, rabbits, and snakes.

Come one and all to the great Festival of the Ivory Tusk!

Spring Tide Bazaar
Story of Capt. Angus Mckey
Festival of the Grape Harvest (Yew) - April 15
Festival of Pride (Magincia) - May 13
Festival of Masks (Nujel'm) - June 18
Hallow's Eve - October 31
The Story of Hollo
A Ghost Story
The Walrus Festival - December 13-14
Winter Solstice - December 21
Christmas - December 25