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The Fifth Season

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The Fifth Season


The theme of the "four seasons" has inspired countless works of art throughout history. As a subject, the seasons are metaphors for life cycles and transitions. The calendar propels our existence on a regular emotional and physiological schedule. The rhythm of life is inextricably connected to the quartered year.

Carnival has a long tradition in Europe and is celebrated with vigor in many countries. It originates in the preparation for the six-week fasting time during lent, which ends on Easter. Because the Fasching and lent seasons are based on the church calendar, the dates fluctuate every year; while the official start of the season is always on the 11th day of the 11th month at 11:11 a.m., the revelers stay mostly dormant during the Advent and Christmas season until the actual high Fasenacht season in the following spring.

Karneval is especially popular in the Rhine-Main region; big cities like Cologne, Mainz or Düsseldorf more or less shut down to party during the high season. In the time between New Year's and the high Fasching season many towns and villages host balls, parties and parades. Party goers typically dress up as a character, similar to Halloween. German police are cruising the streets more frequently at night to catch those who drink and drive.

The high season, when the true madness begins, starts traditionally with Altweiberfasnacht, or crazy Thursday (Feb. 8). In many towns the women take over the city's courthouse, grab the keys to the city and cut off the tie of any man who dares to wear one. A long weekend of parties follows; on Monday, people flock to the large cities like Cologne or Mainz to watch the Rosenmontag ("Rose Monday") parades (Feb. 12), which are also shown live on TV. Others stay local and enjoy smaller parades, which often feature folklore background and quirky local traditions.

In a world called the Stillness, planet-wide apocalyptic events are routine. Cataclysms called Seasons occur every 100 years or so, each one effectively wiping out human life on the Stillness. Every fifth Season is especially terrible, lasting decades, and the Stillness is just about to start a Fifth Season. This time, a very powerful magic user causes it on purpose.

Alabaster tells a story about the founder of the Sanzed Empire, who rose to power during a season of starvation when people started eating other people. Many scenes of battles and violence are described.

So that is the season. You have changed the climate of the Earth. And so in this book, you can have a fifth season from volcanic winter or any other major disaster that disrupts the way the world works for a period of time. 041b061a72

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