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Daily, {{heroes or heroines}} wander in the dangerous wild land surrounding Godville, fighting monsters, raiding trapped dungeon, sailing through dangerous seas and eventually die in the name of their Gods. That's why, Festivities are so important. That way, {{heroes or heroines}} can fight, raid, sail and die but with a festive ambiance! Doesn't that change evertything?
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Daily, {{heroes or heroines}} wander in the dangerous wild land surrounding Godville, fighting monsters, raiding trapped dungeon, sailing through dangerous seas and eventually die in the name of their Gods. That's why, Festivities are so important. That way, {{heroes or heroines}} can fight, raid, sail and die but with a festive ambiance! Doesn't that change everything?
  
 
Seasonal Festivities are events that come back every year at the same periods and impact the world of Godville in various way.
 
Seasonal Festivities are events that come back every year at the same periods and impact the world of Godville in various way.
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! Duration
 
! Duration
 
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|April Fool|| 1st April || Whole day
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|April Fool|| {{ordinal|1}} April || Whole day
 
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|Godville's Anniversary ||10 May || 5 days
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|Godville's Anniversary || {{ordinal|10}} May || 5 days
 
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|Autumn || 1st September || Whole month
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|Autumn || {{ordinal|1}} September || Whole month
 
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|Boss day || 16 October || Whole day
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|Boss day || {{ordinal|16}} October || Whole day
 
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|Halloween || 31 October || Whole day
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|Halloween || {{ordinal|31}} October || Whole day
 
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|Thanksgiving (USA) || {{ordinal|4}} Thursday in November || Whole day
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|Thanksgiving (USA) || {{ordinal|4}} Thursday in November<br /> ({{ordinal|{{#expr: (({{#time:N|1 November {{#time:Y}}}} + 3) mod 7) + 23}}}} November in {{#time:Y}}) || Whole day
 
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|Christmas || ||
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|Winter || {{ordinal|1}} December || Whole Month
 
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|New Year || ||
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|End of the Year || {{ordinal|20}} December || Until {{ordinal|2}} January
 
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==Thanksgiving==
 
==Thanksgiving==
  
Special Thanksgiving-only bold [[Activatable Artifacts]] such as {{turkey|[[Roasted turkey]]}} (since 2019) and {{turkey|[[Mince pie]]}} (since 2020) appear in the game. Costing 0% GP, these artifacts completely heal the {{hero or heroine|or=y}}.
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Special Thanksgiving-only bold [[Activatable Artifacts]] such as (since 2019) {{turkey|[[Roasted turkey]]}}, (since 2020) {{turkey|[[Mince pie]]}}, {{turkey|[[Jar of cranberry sauce]]}} and {{turkey|[[Chicken salad]]}} appear in the game. Costing 0% GP, these artifacts completely heal the {{hero or heroine|or=y}}.
  
==Christmas==
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==Winter==
Special snowflakes.
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Winter-related [[diary]] entries appear, [[sail]]s welcomes icebergs and [[fishing]] won't require any bait.
  
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==End of the Year==
  
==New Year==
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[[Snowflake]]s and other seasonal [[artifacts]] invade the inventory, [[Laplandville]] pops out of nowhere, [[Santa Claws]] and [[Satan Claus]] roams the road.
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Playing the [[Bingo]] grants seasonal activatable artifacts.
  
 
[[Category: Gameplay]]
 
[[Category: Gameplay]]

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Daily, heroes wander in the dangerous wild land surrounding Godville, fighting monsters, raiding trapped dungeon, sailing through dangerous seas and eventually die in the name of their Gods. That's why, Festivities are so important. That way, heroes can fight, raid, sail and die but with a festive ambiance! Doesn't that change everything?

Seasonal Festivities are events that come back every year at the same periods and impact the world of Godville in various way.

Festivities Calendar
Festivities Start on Duration
April Fool 1st April Whole day
Godville's Anniversary 10th May 5 days
Autumn 1st September Whole month
Boss day 16th October Whole day
Halloween 31st October Whole day
Thanksgiving (USA) 4th Thursday in November
(27th November in 2021)
Whole day
Winter 1st December Whole Month
End of the Year 20th December Until 2nd January

April Fool

Come back every April 1st.

Godville's Anniversary

Every 10 May mark the beginning of this National Day. Gods and Heroes celebrate the birth of Godville for 5 days.

Through sending a special "Happy birthday" godvoice daily, Gods will earn a great amount of charges.

Autumn Season

During the whole month of September, heroes and heroines will often came accross and collect mushrooms while questing.

Those mushrooms are special activatable artifacts that cost no godpower and grants an Aura.

Boss Day

During the Boss Day, Boss-Monsters will possess special artifacts that can be sold at higher price and will also have some special entries.

Halloween

Pumpkins everywhere! Glowing pumpkin and Golden pumpkin are collectable during the event. Also Undead Monsters and hungry tribbles are more common during that day.

Thanksgiving

Special Thanksgiving-only bold Activatable Artifacts such as (since 2019) 🦃Roasted turkey, (since 2020) 🦃Mince pie, 🦃Jar of cranberry sauce and 🦃Chicken salad appear in the game. Costing 0% GP, these artifacts completely heal the hero or heroine.

Winter

Winter-related diary entries appear, sails welcomes icebergs and fishing won't require any bait.

End of the Year

Snowflakes and other seasonal artifacts invade the inventory, Laplandville pops out of nowhere, Santa Claws and Satan Claus roams the road.

Playing the Bingo grants seasonal activatable artifacts.