Brigard Fact #62

In the kingdom of Skagera, the new year was celebrated on the day after the first snowfall of the year. While this caused the years to be somewhat mismatched in length, it was the belief of the Skagerans that the year could not truly end until it had been touched by winter. The celebrations would last two days, with festivals and contests of skill and strength taking up the days and feasts lasting well into the night.

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