STORIES OF YEARTURN

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The commonly known collection of tales in Santharian lands titled "Stories of Yearturn" has gathered all kinds of myths, legends, folktales and poems dealing with one of the most celebrated natural events, the Yearturn. Yearturn takes place on the last day of Frozen Rivers, the day when the Injčrá turns from its course away from Caelereth and starts to move closer to the world again, bringing warmth back to its peoples. The Yearturn feast is celebrated in honour of Foiros the Sun-god who lets his light return. During the day of the feast and often also before and after the celebration day itself lots of stories are told dealing with this event, and every tribe and race has its own customs honouring the Injčrá.
 

Stories of Yearturn

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ELENDILWYN
Why Yearturn is Celebrated - A Grandfather's Gift 2 Download text Read introduction Read text

Why Yearturn is Celebrated - A Grandfather's Gift
WHY YEARTURN IS CELEBRATED - A GRANDFATHER'S GIFT 3 PAGES
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When the nights are cold, a story’s told; a tradition that stems from ages old. Come gather round grandfather’s knees, and listen to how Yearturn came to be... Return to the top
 

Celebration stories written by various members