Talk:Triadic Festival

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Shouldn't this be under another category since it's not really an event but a recurring festival?

Corvax 04:35, 16 December 2006 (GMT)

I can't find any other category that fits, unless you call this a holiday. I also didn't realize that the festival is a recurring event... the article is a bit confusing, it mentions it as an annual festival but says that it was "once held on the blah blah of Valnuary to blah blah". Your call. Lynna 14:06, 16 December 2006 (GMT)

The nice part about this is if you don't find a category that fits exactly, you can make one to fit it. Make one for annual things (what exactly you'd call it I don't know) and we can throw in Cyrene's Blu Celebration thing and Ashtan's Tournament of Blades on the pile.

Corvax 08:42, 17 December 2006 (GMT)

I'm really not sure where it would fall under. The first festival did have a great deal to do with the opening of the Dome of the Triad, but then it was also a recurring Festival for many years (although its not celebrated anymore obviously).

Either way, just a note that Sarapin Sacrifice is also categorised under Events, so if one changes, the other should too. Soliloquy 09:11, 17 December 2006 (GMT)

Wouldn't the serenade also belong within a recurring event category (unless we were only going to write about specific festivities of some sort) I don't believe there is a page in existence for the serenade yet either (?).

Alright, I think we're fixed up for now. I've already asked Finchy to write me up something about Cyrene's Blufest (I think that's what they call it) and so you're welcome to begin adding other recurring events. Someone said something about Ashtan's Tournament of the Blades? I really wish Shallam had something fun to look forward to... Lynna 13:03, 17 December 2006 (GMT)


I hate to stir the pot again a year and a half later, but now that it's no longer a recurring festival (even if it used to be one), should it be recategorised? Asara 00:35, 7 May 2008 (GMT)