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MIRTUL
(commonly known as The Melting)

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Ippensheir,
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Great Clang

Ippensheir: A holy time that lasts for twelve days after Greengrass. Followers of Gond gather where a great master has worked, celebrate, and share their projects.

Birthing: New art and new births are planned to come to fruition amongst the clergy of Hathor. This is celebrated during the daytime on the first full moon following Greengrass.

Unwrapping: The worshippers of Geb commemorate the first of Mirtul, when the thaw opens new places to mine.

Melding: On the 5th of Mirtul, Deep Duerra's clerics come together to commune with the goddess in a kind of hive mind.

Sammardach: On Mirtul 12th, Waukeen's clergy celebrates benefactors.

 

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