Larlingdag The Feats Of The Ages

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Wizardsgiving says
The Council has decided to reenact the old celebration of Larlingdag after a great demand for another day of WIzardly celebration. While these escapades hardly match the fervent merriment and pomp of Wizardsgiving, a fyne tyme is sure to be had by all! Larlingdag, or All-Feats Day as it was commonly referred to, is a day to celebrate heroes, and the mentors that guide them along their path. As wizards, witches, mages and elders, it is our job to train young protagonist prospects for the eventual heroism (or evil) they will embrace to define their destinies. While the toils of being a young, reckless action-first sort is a life of risk-taking and arduous paths, the cumbersome training, patience, and endurance required by the wizened council they seek is nearly twice as admirable. Though we pay our respects to the likes of Sigurd, Arthur, Frodo and Harry, we know they probably couldn't have done it without us. Now is the fine time to bring new members, potential apprentices and new folk not yet brought into the COuncil's fold, so they might learn of Wizardsgiving and test their adventuring skills to prepare for their first celebration. On this day, we celebrate adventure, heroism and the great journey through worlds.

At 14:00, we will convene at the head of The Lower MacLeay Trail. Bring a magical text, food or drink of your choosing to share an apprentice or person new to Wizardsgiving, and dress in your most adventurous of magical wear. When all have arrived, we will begin the pilgrimage to the Stone House, or, more commonly known in local lore, The Witch's House. The trip is not an easy one, but a proper journey never is.
Upon arrival, we will protect the Stone House in chalk, and begin the luncheon, letting the drink and food flow as we share our most notable exploits or those of our foolish apprentices.
Shortly after, we will begin the ancient rite of Helfasborion, where wizards and witches will go out into the wood and claim feats from a list of challenges. Buford himself might even lay an egg or two in the wood for claiming...The winner to claim the most feats will be awarded good fortune for Spring, and a handsome prize.
After, we will have an open forum to discuss future Wizardsgivings, and share magical knowledge with one another.

Join us this day, as we assemble once again on this polar celebration of the journeys of adventure, the men and women who take up that mantle, their teachers, and the spoils claimed from their success.
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By: Wizardsgiving