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TARSAKH
(commonly known as The Claw of Storms)

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The Queen's Gambit: On the 1st of Tarsakh, followers of the Red Knight celebrate with feasting and games, particularly chess.

Spheres: On 10th of Tarsakh, Waukeen's clergy celebrates generosity.

Windride: Shaundakul causes all his clerics to take gaseous form if they can't windwalk on the 15th of Tarsakh. At the end of the day, they are put down in some new place.

Time of Storms: The month of Tarsakh is celebrated by Anhur's clergy with ritual, nonlethal combat, ending with a festival on Greengrass.

Greengrass Religious Festivals

Greengrass: One of five seasonal holidays that tend to be celebrated across Faerun.

Greening: Eldath's worshippers hold a festival on Greengrass.

Ritual of Pain and Purity: Loviatar's faithful dance amid objects that cause pain, while being whipped to go faster on Greengrass.

On the night of Greengrass, Mielikki's worshippers celebrate, plant, and take part in the Wild Ride atop the backs of unicorns.

Outdoor parties are hosted by the church of Sune on Greengrass, which is one of their high holy days.

Clerics of Talos call storms and lightning on Greengrass.

Call to the Flowers: Sung by all the worshippers of Milil on Greengrass.

Shiallia's followers celebrate Greengrass as a time of fullness; all are invited to celebrate with them.

Time of Spawning: On Greengrass, Haela Brightaxe's worshippers enact a grim ritual for the new crop of monsters from former dwarven holdings.

On Greengrass (and nights when the moon waxes or is full), Sharindlar's clergy gather, dance, and sacrifice wealth privately.

Coin festivals: Held on Greengrass, and a day before and after each full moon, worshippers of Vergadain sell as much as they can to the public.

Worshippers of Isis praise her for the sowing season and hold riotous parties on Greengrass. All farmers are welcome.

The faithful of Ilneval gather orcs together to attack settlements in the name of their god.

 

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