Forecast August 19

More than halfway through August now: Last week I said I would work on a Silhouette Series, Lore Writing, and Instrument categorization. Yet again, Instrument categorization seems to elude me, but I did get plenty of other work done...none of which you can see right now. Anywho, here's the forecast: Artwork: I worked on a …

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Forecast August 12

Another week of August into the books: I think I would quantify weeks like this, where there are plenty of things that get done off of the site as a "normal" week, and it was another normal week. There was actually one thing that directly affects the website, and it'll take me a little while …

Forecast August 5

Our first look into In Extremis post-my-secondary-education. I hardly got any work done from the checklist I posted last week, but let's see what I got: Article Database: I went through and reread every single article in the database, figured out which articles needed to be written, and refreshed the link destinations in light of …

July Wrap-Up

July was a better month, for some reason. Not that much happened on the site, and a lot of content was put in place off of it. The end of the Festivity update was at the beginning of July and the website has been a little quiet since then, so let's look back: Festivity Update: …

Forecast July 22

A better week! I hardly got any work done from the checklist I posted last week, but let's see what I got: Gutenberging: Ontautt and Xiruen articles were updated, so this is all done!All articles on the website (and pages) are now in the Gutenberg formatAdditionally 19 articles will be deleted soon, as the more …

Forecast July 15

This past week was not quite the week I hoped for, but it was productive nonetheless. Check it out here: I hardly got any work done from the checklist I posted last week, but let's see what I got: Gutenberging: Kettlah and Avotoc articles were updatedAvotoc article got a snazzy new image at the top …

Forecast July 8

Last week was a good week, even though I missed the forecast. This next one also looks good (do I say that every week?): This past week saw more work come to the site and the internet, as the Festivity Update concluded, and more Sentient Species articles got modified. I also did (more) off-site work, …

Cylorok Rocyst

Cylorok Rocyst 5-6 Toscuvas31-34 Evtuvas44-45 Tauvas44 Bosuvas-1 Pwuvas1/4-Year ZyszimoloenMid-Year Zysciapoen3/4-Year ZysgoraloenNew-Year Zysclodoen OccurenceLocationPurposeCharacteristicsFour eves AnnuallyAcross OmneuttaCelebrate 4 equidistant dates in the Omneuttian CalendarParadesFeastsFireworksMusic and EntertainmentResting History Originally, the four Cylorok Rocyst were uniquely Turath celebrations. Now known as the 1/4-year, Mid-year, 3/4-year and New-year celebrations, each has their own name in Jistlek. Each celebration lasted …

The Thawing

DateLocationPurposeCharacteristics17 ApuvasPale ShoresPale Shores’ Spring FestivalSand Sculptures Kaeoubo performances History It is not clear how The Thawing originally was celebrated, or even when it was first celebrated, as the first recorded celebration makes mention of the traditions. Unlike other single-species holidays, there is no clear mention of the event(s) celebrated in The Ontiba or specifically …

Saldov’y

DateLocationPurposeCharacteristics45 BosuvasAcross OmneuttaSpreading wealth and joyCommunal feasts Parades Gift giving History The traditions of Saldov’y themselves predate the holiday, coming from an amalgamation of Turath holidays around the year or that were held non-annually. When the O.L.A.H. was formed late in the first century A.T., the early Turath government decided to combine several local holidays …