Wrath of the Righteous
The raucous, week-long festival known as Armasse is held each year at the end of summer. This celebration dedicated to the god Aroden is still important to the faithful of Iomedae, who use it to train commoners in combat, ordain apprentice clergy, pick squires for knights, and teach military history, hoping to prevent the mistakes of the past from being repeated. Over time, Armasse has grown to encompass jousting competitions, mock duels, battle reenactments, and other festival events.
Among those not dedicated to the Last Azlanti the holiday has lost most of its religious significance since Aroden’s death, tending now only toward wild partying, a fact that has precluded the diabolist authorities of Cheliax from prohibiting Armasse outright.