On behalf of the nation of Nordic Pagans, I, Leifur, Spritual Leader of the Nordic Pagans, wish to inform the region of a particularly unique holiday happening today this October 15th.
The holiday is known as "Winter Nights" and begins midway through October. The custom lasts for three days: on the first day, individuals engage in private ritual and meditation with the gods, and on days two and three spend time with friends and loved ones in the company of the gods. While it is generally considered taboo to inquire about an individuals activities on the first day of the holiday, the second and third days are generally filled with drinking and merriment to mark the beginning of winter. Functionally, this holiday originally served as a way for our people to exhaust perishable food items before the onset of winter as well as pray for fair weather and good health in the coming months.
As Nordic Pagans' spiritual leader, I would like to extend an arm of friendship to all nations in this region of Yggdrasil to partake in the festivities Friday and Saturday. Not only would this allow citizens from other nations to witness the spiritual practices of their neighboring nation, but would also bring in much needed revenue from tourism to our fledgling country.
Keep safe, keep warm, and keep cheerful!
Leifur, Spiritual Leader