Longest Night

The Longest Night is a triennial event that falls upon the winter solstice. It is a numberless day, conceived by the innovators of the Morrowan calendar to compensate for a third of a day difference between an ordinary year and the astronomical year. This nocturnal festival is observed in most of the western regions and includes heavy drinking, music, and dancing. Celebrants often dress as the dead and the festivities may include fireworks. In many places, the Longest Night is a three-night celebration.

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