WELCOME IN A BIT OF HOLIDAY SPIRIT FOR YOUR FANTASY CAMPAIGN WORLD...
The real world that we live in is full of holidays, special dates, and occasions for celebration. While it may seem rather easy to incorporate such holidays into the fantasy campaign world, wouldn?t it make more sense to allow such a unique realm a few holidays of its own?
This edition of Fantasy Holidays continues with Top Fashion Games? tradition of providing new, unique holidays for use in most high fantasy campaign worlds. While many of the holidays provided are for the interest of human settlements, there are quite few presented that are usable for demi-human or monstrous societies. Well over a dozen holidays are provided, giving the adventurer, villager, and monstrous encounter alike a reason to celebrate from time to time. Also included is an explanation to the holiday formats, which helps for easy conversion to the paper and dice fantasy role playing game of your choice.
Care To See A Sample Holiday First? Check Out The Below Holiday From Volume 4....
Twelfth Night Of Summer
Extremely Popular (90%)
5 Copper Coins Per Citizen
Various Bright Tones And Patterns
On the twelfth night of summer it is quite popular to find the human settlements filled with the air of music, entertainment, and laughter. This night of mirth and song, known as Minstrel Evening or simply Minstrel Eve, has remained a popular human tradition for a great many ages. During the night of Minstrel Evening, minstrels, bards, storytellers, and a wide variety of other performers are encouraged to fill the streets, taverns, and inns with their talent. Shops typically shut down a bit early so their workers and customers alike can wander the community in an effort to fill their eyes and ears with some of the finest entertainment that the lands have to offer.
While the purest nature of entertainment was the original focus of Minstrel Evening, the holiday has grown over the last couple of centuries, and now one can also expect to witness a great display of feasting, sugary treats, drinking, and dancing. Costumed attires are also encouraged in some lands, and it is said that on such evenings the nobles and wealthy members of society are encouraged to participate in a parade of glamour and generosity. It is such an event where one can find petty coins and small other tokens of wealth freely thrown about the street for the lesser folk to eagerly collect.
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