Campaign of the Month: June 2012
The main holy days of Shalimyr revolve around the fishing seasons, and this depends highly on climatic conditions. The night before fishermen sail out again after winter is over, is called Return Night, and it is a festival of absolute abandon. The Shalimyn drink and eat to excess, dance and sing, all to show their gratitude to the Sea Father. Often a great bull is sacrificed in thanks, and all of the Shalimyn feast upon its uncooked meat after its blood has mingled with the waters.