Walpurgis Night, April 30, is a celebration of House Daireann celebrating the end of the Unseelie half of the year.

Overview Edit

As this is the last night of Unseelie rule for the year, it's a rather rambunctious party. The next day, Beltaine, usually involves a maypole dance and burning fires made of oak in honor of Daireann. Sometimes a male fae is chosen to be tied up to the maypole in remembrance of the ancient sacrifice of the king. It's a mark of esteem and honor to stand in the high king's place.

References Edit

  1. CtD. Book of Lost Houses: The Second Coming, p. 63.

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