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These are universally held for the Houses of Night, as vampyres travel extensively to renew old ties, enjoy holidays, and maintain close connections with each other.

Primoras VampyraEdit

This event is held on January 1st for third formers. This day is recognized in the human world as New Year's Day in the modern Gregorian calendar.

Means "first vampyre" and, for one day, role reversals occur as new fledglings are allowed all privileges given to upper classmen and professors while they assume the roles of new fledglings.

Plurimos DilgoEdit

This event is held on February 14th for fourth formers. This day is recognized in the human world as "Valentine's Day" by the Western Christian Churches such as the ones in the United States of America.

Means "most loved" and all forms of caring are shown to their greatest degree within each House of Night.

Caritas NyxEdit

This event is held on March 30th for fifth formers. In the human world, this day may be referred to as Christian Feast Day for five different saints.

Means "Nyx's chariot" and is usually a competition of ancient games. The games vary within each House, due to geography and weather

Fautor Per FortunaEdit

This event is held on July 31st for sixth formers. This day in the human world may be recognized as a Christian Feast Day for three different saints.

Means "favored by fate" and is a formal blessing for them. This event invites human family to join residents of the House of Night as they unite and sent combined energies to sixth formers as their day of Change grows near.

Terminus BellumEdit

This event is held on November 23rd. In the human world, this day may be recognized as a Christian Feast Day for four different saints. Also, November 23rd is the earliest day "Black Friday" can fall on.

A time to acknowledge our history and give thanks to Nyx for the end of the Vampyre Wars.

Other CelebrationsEdit

  • Imbolic
    • Date - February 2nd
    • Day in the human world - Groundhog Day
    • May refer to - Imbolc, the Gaelic festival marking the beginning of spring
  • Eostre
  • Beltane
  • Summer Solstice
  • Mabon
  • Samhain
    • Date - October 31st
    • Day in the human world- Halloween
    • May refer to - Samhain, the Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter
  • Yule, or Winter Solstice
    • Date - December 21st
    • Day in the human world - The human world observes this day
    • May refer to - Yule, the religious festival observed by the historical Germanic peoples

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