Tale of the White Wyvern - Helga Explains the Seasons

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Helga takes out an old dusty book and lays it before you.

Note: As new seasons and world events are added to the game this tome should get bigger.

The Observation of Cyclus

Every two months the people of Wyrmdoor celebrate the cycles of the planet by meditating on the natural flow of life. The proper greeting during the Observation of Cyclus is "fair Cyclus" to note the fairness in the balance of the natural world.

Note: The Observation of Cyclus is a special event that happens every 30 (in the real world) days after a particular Wyvern game has been created. So, multiple Wyvern games can observe Cyclus at different times. Because of this, Cyclus can also fall on other seasonal events and, if it does, the event bonuses will stack.

Event Bonuses:Increased daily forest fights, fishing and increased gold and experience drops from forest fights.

The Turn of the Page

As one year ends and another begins, the town of Wyrmdoor celebrates The Turn of the Page. As the years transition, so do the chapters of our lives, from one chapter to the next. This is a reminder that any grudges we carry are too heavy a burden, and in the next year we should forgive others and ourselves for past transgressions, and always look for ways to better ourselves. A hopeful and reflective mood fills the air.

Note: The The Turn of the Page event is observed from December 31st - January 2nd.

Event Bonuses: Increased daily forest fights, fishing and forest gold and experience gain.

Day of Devotion

The Day of Devotion is an annual celebration of love. Couples traditionally celebrate with gifts and delicious meals. The Inn of the Old Hen throws a party every year for anyone who doesn't have a partner to celebrate with.

Note: The Day of Devotion event is observed from February 13th - February 15th.

Event Bonuses: Increased daily forest fights, fishing and forest gold and experience gain

The Fall of the Forgotten

The Fall of the Forgotten is observed during the time of year scholars agree is the likely end of the Old World, when many nightmarish horrors were unleashed, including the Wyvern itself. In all the writings that have been found from the Old World, none of them go past this date. Unfortunately, not much is known about The Forgotten who lived in the Old World, but if we continue searching for information, perhaps we can find something to help us in our struggle. Townsfolk mention the Tome of Lore in Tarbreth's Hall of Honor as a great place to start our research.

Note: The The Fall of the Forgotten event is observed from March 20th - March 23rd.

Event Bonuses: Increased daily forest fights, fishing and forest gold and experience gain

The Great Egg Hunt

Not much is known about how this tradition started, but even texts found from the Old World describe a tradition of hiding eggs every Spring. Perhaps it's the mystery that makes the absurdity so fun, but the townsfolk of Wyrmdoor really get into the festivities. The townsfolk paint hundreds of eggs, and make even more ornamental eggs, in the days leading up to The Great Egg Hunt. Every year, a select few are chosen in secret to hide the eggs, and these lucky few wake up long before sunrise to hide the eggs and get ready for the hunt.

Note: The The Great Egg Hunt event is observed from April 11th - April 13th.

Event Bonuses: Increased daily forest fights, fishing and forest gold and experience gain.

The Wyrmdoor Jubilee

Every year, the townsfolk of Wyrmdoor celebrate the founding of the town with The Wyrmdoor Jubilee! At one time, it was a tradition for children to don masks of their favorite forest monsters. Over time, the adults saw how fun it could be, and now it's rare to find someone without a mask. The jubilee sets up in the event area in town and offers fun games to play for prizes.

Note: The The Wyrmdoor Jubilee event is observed from July 28th - August 3rd.

Event Bonuses: Increased daily forest fights, fishing and increased experience gain from forest fights.

Portland Retro Game Expo

Every year Cheerful Ghost has a booth at the Portland Reto Game Expo where we have retro game tournaments and show our games for everyone to play.

Note: The Portland Retro Game Expo event is observed from August 14th - August 16th.

Event Bonuses: Increased daily forest fights and fishing.

The Pumpkin Festival

When the fields at Wyrmdoor are bursting with crops, the leaves begin to fall and the spirits haunt Forkwood Forest the town celebrates with the yearly Pumpkin Festival. The Pumpkin Festival tent is open and the whole town pours in to play games, eat, drink and enjoy the festival cheer.

Note: The The Pumpkin Festival event is observed from October 23rd - November 1st.

Event Bonuses: Increased daily forest fights, fishing and increased experience gain from forest fights.

The Feast of Gratitude

Every year, the towns of Wyrmdoor and Mosswood celebrate with a great feast they call the Feast of Gratitude. The two towns were in a constant state of battle until the elders of both towns held a meeting decades ago and came to an agreement of trade and fellowship. The Feast of Gratitude celebrates the anniversary of this peace.

Note: The The Feast of Gratitude event is observed from November 27th - November 29th.

Event Bonuses: Increased daily forest fights, fishing and forest gold and experience gain.

Winter

When the crisp air settles and the snow begins to fall, the townsfolk settle in to their warm coats for winter. The cheer is high and the traveling Gnomes construct a Gnome Village that is quite the sight to behold. The Gnome Village is a magical place of food and games, and the main attraction is the ability to talk to the Mythical Presents Elf.

Note: The Winter event is observed from December 20th - December 27th.

Event Bonuses: Increased daily forest fights, fishing and massively increased gold drops from forest fights.