Ceremony

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1st-level abjuration
Casting Time 1 hour (Ritual)
Range Touch
Components V S M (25gp of powdered silver; consumed)
Duration Instantaneous

When you cast the spell, choose one of the following rites, the target of which must be within 10 feet of you throughout the casting.

  • Atonement: You touch one willing creature whose alignment has changed, and you make a DC 20 Insight check. On a success, you restore the target to its original alignment.
  • Bless Water: You touch one vial of water and cause it to become holy water.
  • Coming of Age: You touch one young adult humanoid. For the next 24 hours, whenever the target makes an ability check, it can roll a d4 and add the number rolled to the ability check. A creature can benefit from this rite only once.
  • Dedication: You touch one humanoid who wishes to be dedicated to your god's service. For the next 24 hours, whenever the target makes a saving throw, it can roll a d4 and add the number rolled to the save. A creature can benefit from this rite only once.
  • Funeral Rite: You touch one corpse, and for the next 7 days, the target can't become undead by any means short of a Wish spell.
  • Wedding: You touch adult humanoids willing to be bonded together in marriage. For the next 7 days, each target gains a +2 bonus to AC while they are within 30 feet of each other. A creature can benefit from this rite again only if widowed.

Campaign Appearances

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Items Associated with this Spell

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Organization Ceremonies

Many organizations, particularly churches, celebrate regular ceremonies

 VenuesOrgsEvent TimeAppearanceMaterial Component
Axe Held HighChurch of Haela BrightaxeAnnually on Midsummera day that glorifies the valor of the Lady of the Fray and her role in defending the Stout Folk against their ancient foes. On this day of joyous celebration, ceremonies are held at midday, outdoors in the full embrace of the sun
BindingChurch of GargauthAnnually at the Feast of the Moonpersonal ritual in which each cleric renewed his eternal contract with Gargauth, trading absolute fealty for increased power. This unholy ritual was believed to involve personal sacrifices of money, magic, and hoarded knowledge and the casting of many horrific spells
Birth of the Eternal FireWaterdeep
Plinth
Hiilgauntlet Villa
Hiilgauntlet
Church of Kossuth
Annually on Eleasias 9
Blood Offering of HruggekChurch of HruggekMonthly at the full moon
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
Bugbears sacrificed the blood of their enemies to Hruggek each full moon
BrightbuckleChurch of WaukeenKythorn 21advent of good weather is marked by a parade in finery of all who wish to attend a Waukeenar church feast
Ceremony of ContagionChurch of YurtrusSummer SolsticeAfter a series of bloody sacrifices to protect the orcs from the ravages of disease, the priests of Yurtrus go on an adventure, spreading disease and death worldwide, especially among other races.
Ceremony of IntrospectionChurch of ThothWinter Solstice
Ceremony of RemembranceChurch of ArvoreenAnnually on the Feast of the MoonArvoreen's followers gather in his temples and on battlefields where their comrades have fallen to remember the names of those who gave their lives in defense of the community.
Ceremony of the Sactified CauldronWarrens
Morndinsammanhaus
Church of SharindlarMonthly at the full moon
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
Coin Festival of VergadainRaging Lion
Morndinsammanhaus
Mirabaran Embassy in Waterdeep
Church of VergadainMonthly on the day before and the day after the full moon
Greengrass
Hammer 21
Hammer 22
Alturiak 19
Alturiak 20
Ches 18
Ches 19
Tarsakh 18
Tarsakh 19
Mirtul 16
Mirtul 17
Kythorn 15
Kythorn 16
Flamerule 15
Flamerule 16
Eleasias 13
Eleasias 14
Eleint 13
Eleint 14
Marpenoth 12
Marpenoth 13
Uktar 11
Uktar 12
Nightal 10
Nightal 11
The associated worship festival is conducted underground or in windowless rooms around a torch, brazier, or other flame. Consists of dancing in slow, stately shifting around the flame, wearing and displaying as much gold and other wealth as the dwarves possess. Each dwarf who worships the god throws at least one gold piece into the flame, where it is consumed utterly. The dance ends when the flames leap upward, a sign of acceptance. Lights are then lit and those gathered discuss business. Afterward, the priest passes his hand through the flame, which dwindles to nothing, and each dwarf present kisses a gold piece in a gesture of farewell.
Cold Counting ComfortChurch of WaukeenHammer 15accounting that goes on in many businesses during this down time at the height of the harsh winter
Commemoration of the FallenChurch of Haela BrightaxeAnnually on the Feast of the Moondwarves and nondwarves alike who fell in the defense of the Stout Folk while battling monstrous opponents are remembered by the recounting of their battles
DaernuthSimon Ilzimmer Residence
Black Cat Way
Rosznar Alley
Church of Talona
Rosznar
Ilzimmer
Every 12 dayspray and give offerings to Talona to spare themselves or loved ones from death, disease, wasting diseases
horrifying private ceremonies involving ritual scarring
Dance of Swirling WindsChurch of Aerdrie FaenyaAutumn Equinox on Eleint 21
Spring Equinox on Ches 19
Days of strong winds where celebrants make offerings of beautiful feathers and wind music, and the fervency of their dance causes clergy to rise into the air to dance among the winds as a gift from the goddess.Feather
Dance with the UnicornsChurch of LurueAnnually at the Feast of the MoonA quiet ceremony marking the onset of winter and serving as a time for remembering those who have passed away
Dark Court SlaughterPlinthChurch of ShevarashMidwintervows of vengeance against the drow are sworn. Accompanied by a grim feast of bitter foods and plain spring water, with tales of the treachery of the drow and victories against them.
Day the Dead Are Most With UsChurch of MyrkulAnnually at the Feast of the MoonA celebration of the dead in chant, prayer, and hymn, with the midnight Flagons of the Fallen, wherein glasses of wine are set alight by spells so that the spirits who drink of them can be warmed for a few moments in their "eternal chill"
Days of the Reverend MotherChurch of Berronar TruesilverEach Midwinter and MidsummerHigh holy days to Berronar, beginning with chanted prayer, followed by an address from the Keepers of the Truesilver, and ending in a responsive prayer led by a chosen priest (often a High Old One)
Death PutrescentChurch of YurtrusWinter Solsticewelcomes the death of the world, symbolized by the sacrifice of intelligent creatures from other races. The sacrifices are generally offered to the Lord Putrescent by inoculating a particularly horrible disease in victims.
Deepstone TriadRaging Lion
Morndinsammanhaus
Mirabaran Embassy in Waterdeep
Church of DumathoinMonthly, occurring over three days - the day before, the day of, and the day after the new moon
Hammer 4
Hammer 5
Hammer 6
Alturiak 3
Alturiak 4
Alturiak 5
Ches 3
Ches 4
Ches 5
Tarsakh 3
Tarsakh 4
Tarsakh 5
Mirtul 1
Mirtul 2
Mirtul 3
Kythorn 2
Kythorn 3
Kythorn 30
Flamerule 1
Flamerule 2
Flamerule 29
Flamerule 30
Midsummer 1
Eleasias 28
Eleasias 29
Eleasias 30
Eleint 27
Eleint 28
Eleint 29
Marpenoth 25
Marpenoth 26
Marpenoth 27
Uktar 25
Uktar 26
Uktar 27
Nightal 24
Nightal 25
Nightal 26
Kythorn 1
Holy days in which the moon is thought to be a gemstone hidden in the earth. Gems and jewelry are sacrificed during this time.
Divine DeathChurch of TormEleint 13solemn ceremony of remembrance for all the fallen who died for just causes, while guarding others, or in the holy service of TormCandle
EarthrisingsWarrens
Darths Dolphyntyde
Church of UrogalanMonthly at the full moon
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
Endless Revel of LifeChurch of SharessWinter Solstice, Nightal 20
Fair Seas FestivalWaterdeep
Queenspire
Deepwater Harbor
Umberlee's Cache
Church of UmberleeAnnually on Ches 30ceremony dedicated to placate the Bitch Queen
Feast of LoveTemple of Beauty
Talmost Villa
Church of Suneevery tenday
Feast of the MoonSelune's SmileChurch of Selune
Church of Kelemvor
Church of Tempus
Annually between Uktar and NightalGraves are blessed, and the Ritual of Remembrance is performed
Festival of StrengthKeelhauled Dwarf
Dock Ward
Church of BahgtruMonthly at the full moon
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
First FeastShrines of Nature
Nesher Villa
Eirontalar Villa
Tchazzam Villa
Belabranta Villa
Tarm Villa
Belabranta
Church of Mielikki
Eirontalar
Tarm
Nesher
Tchazzam
Spring Equinox on Ches 19Holy rituals and revels where the faithful of Mielikki are expected to enjoy the sensual pleasures of life and sing praises to the Lady in the forest.
ForeshadowingChurch of IbrandulMonthly at the new moonOn cloud-covered nights of the new moon, worshippers of the dark Ibrandul emerge from their subterranean lairs to perform a rite which begins at midnight and promises to fulfill Ibrandul's promise to eventually envelop the Lands Above in utter darkness
Four FeastsShrines of Nature
Nesher Villa
Eirontalar Villa
Tchazzam Villa
Belabranta Villa
Tarm Villa
Belabranta
Church of Mielikki
Eirontalar
Tarm
Nesher
Tchazzam
Winter Solstice on Nightal 20Holy rituals and revels where the faithful of Mielikki are expected to enjoy the sensual pleasures of life and sing praises to the Lady in the forest
Gathering of the Hunting BandsChurch of Thard HarrMonthly at the full moon
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
GatheringsPlinth
Warrens
Church of Sheela PeryroylMonthly at the full moon
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
All residents of the community are expected to attend and pitch in by bringing some bounty of the most recent harvest, either taken straight from the fields in the warm months or dug from the root cellar during winter. The sites of these Gatherings rotate monthly through local halfling communities, strengthening neighborly bonds.
Great ClangChurch of Gaerdal IronhandWinter Solstice on Nightal 20
Great WeaveCostumers Hall
House of Textiles
Most Excellent Order of Weavers and Dyers
Order of Master Tailors Glovemakers and Mercers
Church of Waukeen
Annually on Alturiak 20tapestry-weaving
GrimtidingsChurch of LaduguerAnnually on Midwinterthe duergar lay down their hammers and gather to hear their priests recount the trials the duergar have suffered since their voluntary exile and the weaknesses of the other dwarven subraces and their gods. Laduguer is extolled for his artistry and craftsmanship, and a litany of those who have given insult to the god and the gray dwarves and against whom a promised, deadly revenge is recited.
HearthdayWarrensChurch of CyrrollaleeMonthly on the 1st of the monthDevout halflings gather in the home of one of their fellow parishioners, rotating to a different dwelling in the local community each month
High HarvestPlinth
Warrens
Church of Sheela PeryroylAnnually around Highharvestide and a few days on either side
Eleint 27
Eleint 28
Eleint 29
Eleint 30
Highharvestide 1
Marpenoth 1
Marpenoth 2
Marpenoth 3
Marpenoth 4
Marpenoth 5
offerings of seeds are made to the temple to be stored for the coming year, as are the fruits of the season's labors. Community-wide revelry is common at these celebrations starting in the evening when the work has been finished and continuing late into the night
High HuntChurch of MalarSpring Equinox on Ches 19
Summer Solstice on Kythorn 20
Autumn Equinox on Eleint 21
Winter Solstice on Nightal 20
sporting event that consistsed of a predetermined "mark," usually a human male, being equipped with any non-magical weapons, armor or other items, then set loose, usually in woodlands with a guarded boundary
High Hunt of the Dark MaidenChurch of EilistraeeWinter Solstice on Nightal 20
HighcoinChurch of WaukeenAnnually on Ches 30grand feast
Holy Day of the Beast TotemElk Tribe
Uthgardt
Griffon Tribe
Great Worm Tribe
Blue Bear Tribe
Black Raven Tribe
Red Tiger Tribe
Thunderbeast Tribe
Tree Ghost Tribe
Sky Pony Tribe
Gray Wolf Tribe
Black Lion Tribe
Church of Uthgar
Winter Solstice on Nightal 20
HuldarkChurch of WaukeenAnnually on Eleasias 17the bounty of the land, which feeds and sustains us all, is celebrated, an faithful of Waukeen plant new fruit trees or vegetable plants.Vegetable
Tree
Fruit
Hunter's ThanksElfstone Tavern
Pantheon Temple of the Seldarine
Church of Solonor ThelandiraMonthly at the full moon
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
Gathering of the Great Archer's faithful to give thanks for the skills he bestowed upon his people and the bounty this has brought them. Hunters sacrifice hunting trophies, and arrows engraved with the god's symbol are fired into the air
Late'quorElfstone Tavern
Pantheon Temple of the Seldarine
Church of Corellon LarethianTwice monthly at the waxing and waning crescent moons
Hammer 9
Alturiak 8
Ches 8
Tarsakh 8
Mirtul 6
Kythorn 6
Flamerule 5
Eleasias 3
Eleing 3
Marpenoth 1
Marpenoth 30
Uktar 30
Nightal 28
Hammer 1
Midwinter 1
Alturiak 30
Ches 30
Greengrass 1
Mirtul 28
Kythorn 27
Flamerule 26
Eleasias 25
Eleint 24
Marpenoth 22
Uktar 22
Nightal 21
offering up music, song, dance, and the offering of the most beautiful things of their own hands
Lunar HallowingsElfstone Tavern
Pantheon Temple of the Seldarine
Church of Sehanine MoonbowMonthly at the full moon
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
Personal meditation, followed by communal entering into a trance state, followed by a freeform dance beneath the moon.
MarthoonChurch of WaukeenAnnually on Marpenoth 1recognition of the vigilance and work of soldiers and guards
Midnight GambolElfstone Tavern
Pantheon Temple of the Seldarine
Church of Erevan IlesereMonthly at the full moon
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
includes the sacrifice of beautiful objects (many stolen), dancing, wine, tale-telling and endless pranking
Mystic Rites of the Luminous CloudChurch of Sehanine MoonbowFeast of the MoonPersonal meditation, followed by communal entering into a trance state, followed by a freeform dance beneath the moon. The ecstatic dance sometimes results in the transformation of all the dancers into a cloud of numinous silvery mist, commingling their essences and thoughts. The cloud then rises into the sky, flowing across the heavens in mystical flight. During this time, the sacred mysteries of Sehanine are revealed, although not all who partake recall much of what they experience when the dawn's rays touch the cloud and bring it to earth, returning the worshippers to their bodily forms.
Newborn CelebrationChurch of NobanionAnnually in the third tenday of KythornThis ceremony celebrates the birth (or rebirth-church teachings are vague) of Nobanion, the prominence of lions in the Vilhon Reach, and the importance of the hunt in the region. It is marked by a great hunt and a great feast. Newborns undergo the Rite of the First Blooding where their right paw (or hand) is placed in the blood of the prey and blessed by a priest of Nobanion.
Night of Another YearPlinthChurch of JergalAnnually on Nightal 30priests of Jergal gather with the faithful to read through the scrolls of the names of all who have died that year. With a cry of "One Year Closer!", all the scrolls are burned, and work begins anew.Scroll
Fire
Offering of TrinketsWarrensChurch of Baervan WildwandererMonthly at the full moon
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
OrbarChurch of WaukeenAnnually on Nightal 25solemn remembrance of the dark side of wealth
Penultimate ThunderPlinthChurch of HoarAnnually on Eleint 11Great feasts to game, bread, fruits, and mead, marking the long-anticipated victory over Ramman by the Lord of Three Thunders
Praise of the Valorous DeadChurch of TempusAnnually at the Feast of the Moongreat time of solemnity in which the Valorous Dead - a roll of those who have fallen in battle that year - are added to the ever-growing list kept of such by each temple
Recounting of SplendorsChurch of BhaalAnnually at the Feast of the MoonA time when the faithful gather to hear the priests recount important or simply impressive tales of murder, and when the faithful remember the murdered of the previous year as worthy sacrifices to Bhaal (no matter who killed them).
Ringing the AnvilRaging Lion
Morndinsammanhaus
Mirabaran Embassy in Waterdeep
Church of MoradinThrice monthly, occurring at the crescent and full moons
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
Hammer 5
Midwinter 1
Alturiak 30
Ches 30
Greengrass 1
Mirtul 28
Kythorn 27
Flamerule 26
Eleasias 25
Eleint 24
Marpenoth 22
Uktar 22
Nightal 21
Hammer 9
Alturiak 8
Ches 8
Tarsakh 8
Mirtul 6
Kythorn 6
Flamerule 5
Eleasias 3
Eleing 3
Marpenoth 1
Marpenoth 30
Uktar 30
Nightal 28
Holy rite in which the faithful enter the shrine, bowing to and ringing a hammer against the forge as they enter and surrender weapons (in times of peace).
Ends in a rising chant of "The dwarves shall prevail, the dwarves shall endure, the dwarves shall grow!"
Rite of Pain and PurityHusteem Villa
Anteos Villa
Anteos
Husteem
Church of Loviatar
Spring Equinox on Ches 19
Summer Solstice on Kythorn 20
Autumn Equinox on Eleint 21
Winter Solstice on Nightal 20
clergy chant and dance on barbed wireThorn
Glass
Rites of the Chancel DoorChurch of Gorm GulthynEach Midwinter, Greengrass, Midsummer, Highharvestide, and the Feast of the MoonGuardians of dwarf-folk gather for the rhythmic grounding of weapons and a responsively chanted prayer.
RunemeetBeorunnas Well
Bloody Fist
Sleeping Snake
Dock Ward
Uthgardt
Thunderbeast Tribe
Black Boar Tribe
Bull Elk Tribe
Church of Uthgar
Autumn Equinox on Eleint 21tribes travel to their respective ancestor mounds
SammardachChurch of WaukeenAnnually on Mirtul 12feast
Second FeastShrines of Nature
Nesher Villa
Eirontalar Villa
Tchazzam Villa
Belabranta Villa
Tarm Villa
Belabranta
Church of Mielikki
Eirontalar
Tarm
Nesher
Tchazzam
Summer Solstice on Kythorn 20Holy rituals and revels where the faithful of Mielikki are expected to enjoy the sensual pleasures of life and sing praises to the Lady in the forest.
Secrets of the HeartElfstone Tavern
Pantheon Temple of the Seldarine
Church of Hanali CelanilMonthly at the full moon
Hammer 21
Alturiak 19
Ches 18
Tarsakh 18
Mirtul 16
Kythorn 15
Flamerule 15
Eleasias 13
Eleint 13
Marpenoth 12
Uktar 11
Nightal 10
Romantic, blissful revels where those who are romantically involved are said to find the brightest expressions of their hearts. Sacrifices of beautiful things are made to Hanali
Artists often unveil their newest works at these events, and lovers often formally declare their troth to one another secretly or in public.
SeedingPlinth
Warrens
Church of Sheela PeryroylAnnually at or around Greengrass
Greengrass 1
Tarsakh 26
Tarsakh 27
Tarsakh 28
Tarsakh 29
Tarsakh 30
Mirtul 1
Mirtul 2
Mirtul 3
Mirtul 4
traditional time of planting the first crops of the year. At dawn, Sheelite priests dispense seeds from the temple stores while giving homage to the goddess, and the entire community aids in the sowing of the fields
Seeing JusticeChurch of Tyreach month on the 1sta gigantic war hammer that glows blinding white hanging over the heads of the congregation
Single Candle ConvocationChurch of Dugmaren BrightmantleEach Greengrass and HighharvestideAfter early periods of meditation over single lit candles, scholars, sages, and other learned folk gather to discuss scholarly investigations and advancements, defending learned stances with research conducted in the previous year.Candle
Song of DawnSpires of the Morning
Crommor Villa
Gost Villa
Order of the Aster
Crommor
Church of Lathander
Gost
Autumn Equinox on Eleint 21
Spring Equinox on Ches 19
Midsummer
Praise-song that blends purely vocal harmonies and counter-harmonies of incredible complexity
SornynChurch of WaukeenAnnually on Flamerule 3-5festival marking the time for planning, the making of treaties and agreements, and the receiving of envoys from unknown lands and traditional foes. Much wine is drunk at this three-day occasion
SpheresWaterdeep
Piergeirons Palace
Church of WaukeenAnnually on Tarsakh 10glass spheres filled with gems and coins are paraded around a city and then lobbed into the air by catapults to fall into the city, shatter, and pill out their contents at random for the general populace to snatch up
SpryndalstarTower of the Order
Eltorchul Villa
Thunderstaff Villa
Wands Villa
Wands
Watchful Order of Magists and Protectors
Eltorchul
Thunderstaff
Church of Waukeen
Annually on Eleint 7Waukeenar sponsor mages in their endeavors and hire wizards to cast spells to awe and entertain folk in public spectacles
StarfallChurch of TymoraAnnually on Marpenoth 22clergy who have earned advancement are formally acclaimed and presented with tokens and vestments appropriate to their new station
TehennteahanChurch of WaukeenAnnually on Uktar 10day-long feast in which Waukeenar salute the inventions of simple folk
The AnvilChurch of Marthammor Duinannually on Eleasias 9celebrate dwarven craftsmanship and creativity
The BeaconChurch of Marthammor Duinannually on the Feast of the MoonThese holy days celebrate the path revealed by Marthammor and the knowledge learned by interacting with other cultures
The BlindingChurch of Tyreach month on the 22ndEarly in the ceremony of the Blinding, symbolic blindfolds of diaphanous damask are bound over the eyes of the celebrants by clergy to remind the worshipers of Tyr's blindness
two eyes that burst into fountains of flaming tears until they have entirely spilled away and are gone
The BuddingChurch of Rillifane RallathilSpring Equinox on Ches 19Joyful celebration of new life celebrated through dance, sonce and preceded by an extended period of fasting. A ritual hunt is undertaken, the meat of which serves as the break-fast for the faithful. Celebrates Rillifane's bounty and reminds that the natural cycle of life plays out beneath his boughs.Meat
The ComingStormweather VillaStormweather
Church of Auril
Winter Solstice on Nightal 20
The FulminationChurch of Marthammor Duinannually on Marpenoth 9followers of the Finder-of-Trails pray for guidance in any upcoming battles of the Stout Folk
The HammerChurch of Marthammor Duinannually on Midsummercelebrate dwarven craftsmanship and creativity
The MaimingChurch of Tyreach month on the 13tha gigantic right hand that bursts into view above the congregation surrounded by a nimbus of burning blood, then tumbles away into darkness and fades from view
The RebirthChurch of Marthammor Duinannually on Alturiak 9celebrates the reemergence of dwarven wanderers from their mountain fastnesses
The RootingChurch of Marthammor Duinannually on Midwintercelebrates the reforging ties to the mountain homelands
The RunestoneChurch of Marthammor Duinannually on Nightal 9These holy days celebrate the path revealed by Marthammor and the knowledge learned by interacting with other cultures.
The ShepherdingChurch of Marthammor DuinOn Eleasias 9 in Shieldmeet yearsa day when dwarven wanderers are expected to introduce the hidden to their human and demihuman neighbors
The ThunderboltChurch of Marthammor Duinannually on Highharvestidefollowers of the Finder-of-Trails pray for guidance in any upcoming battles of the Stout Folk
The TransformationChurch of Rillifane RallathilAutumn Equinox on Eleint 21Celebration of the turning of the season and the transformation that comes to all; celebrated by those seeking a transformation or rebirth for themselves. Celebrates the eternal cycles of life.
The VisionMaerklos VillaChurch of SavrasAnnually at the Feast of the MoonTwenty-four hours of meditation, sometimes even in specialized environments (saunas, steam rooms, rooms filled with heady incense, beneath cold waterfalls, etc). Those who last the entire time are rewarded with a vision from Savras.
The WayfaringChurch of Marthammor Duinannually on Mirtul 9celebrates extended sojourns in the homelands of other races
The WindChurch of Marthammor Duinannually on Greengrasscelebrates new discoveries
Third FeastShrines of Nature
Nesher Villa
Eirontalar Villa
Tchazzam Villa
Belabranta Villa
Tarm Villa
Belabranta
Church of Mielikki
Eirontalar
Tarm
Nesher
Tchazzam
Autumn Equinox on Eleint 21Holy rituals and revels where the faithful of Mielikki are expected to enjoy the sensual pleasures of life and sing praises to the Lady in the forest.
Time of the SpawningChurch of Haela BrightaxeAnnually on Greengrassmarked by grim ceremonies of preparation for the coming onslaught and includes endless choruses of battle hymns, rhythmic chanting to the beat of endless drumming, and the ritual shattering of weapons and armor seized from previous opponents.
Treasures of the EarthChurch of Segojan EarthcallerWinter Solstice on Nightal 20
True Resurrection of TormChurch of TormAnnually on Marpenoth 15joyous feast and revel where laws are set aside just for this one day and night so that Tormtar can stray from their principles of law and order once a year
UnveilingChurch of GargauthAnnually at MidwinterThis horrific ceremony, believed to involve many gruesome sacrifices, heralded the imminent time when Gargauth would seize Faerûn as his unholy kingdom and transport it to Baator to form the Tenth Pit of HellBlood
Winter SolsticeAnnually on Nightal 20