Brigard Fact #95

Fireworks were invented in a small kingdom in what is now the southeastern corner of Brigard. Originally, they were used exclusively for celebrating the autumn equinox, as the blooming colours were thought to be a reminder of the flowers that would return after winter. However, as the centuries rolled on, the fireworks were adopted by other cultures and for other holidays. Although they spent quite a bit of more recent history out of favor with the general populace, the flashy display is beginning to come back into fashion.

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