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The [blank] of [blank] celebrate the New Life Festival on the 1st of Morning Star. It is a day of celebration where the drinks are free and people party in the streets all day. It truly is, a day of merriment.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate the South Wind's Prayer on the 15th of Morning Star. It is a day to pray to the Gods for a bountiful harvest, and it is for citizens who cannot afford to heal from the local temple to get healed from an ailment.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate Heart's Day on the 16th of Sun's Dawn. It is in honor of a legend passed down from generation to generation about a couple named Polydor and Eloisa. Every Inn in Tamriel become free for visitors arriving into town.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate the First Planting on the 7th of First Seed. It is the day that begins the harvest, where neighbors reconcile their difference, bad habits are dropped, and the clerics heal people for free.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate the Second Planting on the 7th of Second Seed. The holiday is ideally the same holiday as First Planting, to improve one’s soul, and to improve relationships with others.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate the Mid Year Celebration on the 16th of Mid Year. A day to distract everyone from the increased taxes. It is a day celebrating the halfway mark in the year, where many warriors feel blessed and venture to dungeons they normally cannot defeat.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate the Merchant's Festival on the 10th of Sun's Height. It is a day that benefits the consumer in the market. Traders and Gypsies drop the prices on their stock. The only place that does not celebrate it is the Mages Guild. This is the same day as the Summoning of Boethiah.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate Sun's Rest on the 20th of Sun's Height. It is a day when the workers of Tamriel take a day to relax, businesses across town are closed in observance of this day. Some people have to have to leave the province to actually buy something.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate Harvest's End on the 27th of Last Seed. It is the final day of the harvest, and it is where the people eat the crops they have grown since the First Planting. Travelers are given the option to join a farmer’s family for a feast.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate Tales and Tallows on the 3rd of Hearthfire. It is the day of superstition where the elderly do not speak for an entire day, in fear of evil spirits entering their body. The Mages of Tamriel favor this day since it is a day to study the oldest forms of magic.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate the Witches' Festival on the 13th of Frostfall. A day where the creepy ghouls and creatures of the night gather to terrorize the residents of Tamriel. Many have not dared to wander the streets at night, in fear of being nabbed by a creature.[OOG 1]
The [blank of [blank] celebrate the Warriors Festival on the 20th of Sun's Dusk. It is a day where many warriors gather to practice their fighting prowess. Travelers buy weapons in stores since their price's drop by half. Young children foolishly buy weapons, only to stab themselves by mistake.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate the North Wind's Prayer on the 15th of Evening Star. It serves as a thanksgiving to the Gods for the year's harvest. It is a day when the local temples heal and bless anyone for a lower price.[OOG 1]
The [blank] of [blank] celebrate the Old Life Festival on the 31st of Evening Star. It is a day of rest, where many leave the events of the passing year behind and to reflect their past. They rest for the New Life Festival.[OOG 1]
The Nords of Hjaalmarch tell various ghost stories such as the tale of the Askelde Men, a group of ghosts that seeking out their killers, and the Pale Lady, who wanders the marsh to find her missing daughter. These are among the many legends told in Hjaalmarch Hold.
The Nords of Skyrim tell the tale of Wuunding, and his powerful hammer, Tumult. The tale follows the exploits of a warrior, who had slain a large frozen Daedra that taken residence in Eastmarch. With the help of Kyne, the Daedra was destroyed and the volcanic springs were created in the aftermath.
The Nords of Whiterun Hold sing the tale of Ragnar the Red, an ancient song practiced throughout the region. The song is considered festive and light-hearted, despite the very grim ending. It is an allegory on being a braggart, and learning the consequences of it.
The Redguards of Hammerfell villages along the Iliac Bay celebrate the Day of Lights on the 16th of Morning Star. It is taken very seriously, and it is meant to pray for a good harvest of fish and food during the year.
The Redguards of the Alik'r Desert celebrate Baranth Do on the 18th of Evening Star. It is considered a farewell to the passing year. Pageants featuring demonic representations of the passing year are shown throughout the Alik'r.
The Bretons of High Rock villages celebrate Scour Day on the 2nd of Morning Star, serving as a second party after the New Life Festival, even though this day is when everyone cleans up after the initial celebration.
The Bretons of High Rock celebrate Flower Day on the 25th of First Seed, where the Children would pick new flowers from the spring while older Bretons would come out from home and dance the night away.
The Bretons of the Iliac Bay celebrate Fishing Day on the 30th of Second Seed. Bretons become so loud and rambunctious that it scares the fishes for weeks, which is odd since the Bretons are not usually so flamboyant.
The entire Salothan lineage died out in a monumental battle, yet they are barely a footnote in history. One does not secure a coveted historian role in the Temple by ambling along well-trod ground. I must uncover their lost past!
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