The Reaping Festival is an end of the season celebration held after the crops are brought in. It celebrates the reaping of the harvest. It is a time of plentiful food and abundance. It is the last great celebration of fair weather and a preparation of the wet and stormy winter to come.
Traditionally it is held on the last day of Spellebb. It is marked by great feasting, much drinking and the giving of gifts.
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