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A Year of Celebrations: March


A Year of Celebrations is a continuing monthly log written by the traveling bard Digby O'Flannagan. In this log Digby describes the various holidays, celebrations and fairs that he has seen in his travels. This month Digby looks at the chaotic and hectic month of March - a month when winter finally loosens its grip on the world, but not without a fight. A month of beginnings as seeds are planted, days lengthen and armies march. This hectic chaotic month of endings and beginnings is exemplified in the holidays and ceremonies that are celebrated. So as Digby would say, "Keep a merry soul," and let's see what March has to offer.

This small product contains a month summary, alternate historical and fantasy names for the month and four fully fleshed-out holidays. This product also includes a game master section with an in-depth month theme discussion and advice on using each of the holidays presented in your game, including unique plot hooks for each.


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March 04, 2011
This title was added to our catalog on March 04, 2011.