Campaign of the Month: June 2012
This festival takes place on the first day of spring. This is normally an all-day affair to celebrate the end of winter and the hope and life promised by the coming spring. Most farming villages will shut down during this day, as everyone gathers in the town square to eat, play games, and attend services to honor Rontra. The young perform tests, usually physically rigorous, to prove they are ready to be adults.
In more “civilized” areas, the Fertility Festival is an excuse for a day of parties and revelry. The test of adulthood is often reduced to showing off one’s prowess with a sword or bow or besting someone at a game of chance.