A volus festival, falling shortly after the human Christmas.
Yintal began as a celebration of the harvest, and a means to settle disputes peacefully and amicably between individuals and clans, as they gathered to give thanks. A secondary superstitious reason behind the observation was the belief that it placated the dead and stopped them from rising out of the grave and messily devouring their living brethren.
Traditional Yintal colours are purple and black, and traditional garb includes a box-shaped hat.
Bryn Buhl Sed is the god most commonly associated with the holiday.
Threads of Note
A Time For Giving: A short peek at Hie Neum and the Vol community during the festive holiday.
Yintal Music: It gets earlier every year, and Druss is sick of it.