forum What weird traditions do your characters have?
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@primaldesire

So, uhh, I have these people who are called Portal Jumpers who have lived since humans were introduced to the world. They were originally humans who were given special gems that could give them powers and let them jump between dimensions and stuff.
So, one thing that they used to do before jumping with a large group was that they, uuh, would dance? It would sort of pump them up and get the blood kickin'.
So, keeping with tradition but making better like they usually do, they will sometimes organize dances before jumping with a large group. They also usually do this in a more public place that is open to magick creatures because it is so cool to watch because it is a bunch of different dance styles all mixed together with cool spectacles and stuff.

@croccin-champagne

I have a character who, every year on her birthday, just goes out into like the middle of the woods or a corn field and screams, if that counts?

@Darkblossom group

I have a character who, every year on her birthday, just goes out into like the middle of the woods or a corn field and screams, if that counts?

This just made my day. Thank you.

@Yamatsu Earthbender

My MC has a tradition of creating a weapon for his mother every 5th birthday and 10th Mother's Day, mostly because that's what he's good at and she is super supportive of her son's craft. She may or may not make extensive use of the weapons in question, but she is still well-trained in all of them.

@primaldesire

My MC has a tradition of creating a weapon for his mother every 5th birthday and 10th Mother's Day, mostly because that's what he's good at and she is super supportive of her son's craft. She may or may not make extensive use of the weapons in question, but she is still well-trained in all of them.

Oooo, interesting.

@primaldesire

I have a character who, every year on her birthday, just goes out into like the middle of the woods or a corn field and screams, if that counts?

May I ask if there is a specific reason why?

@croccin-champagne

There is, actually. It was a thing her and her brother used to do(they were twins). It was originally just a joke, they loved watching alien documentaries together, and would joke about being abducted. After he passed away, it was a way to let out her grief, and carry on the tradition.

@Darkblossom group

There is, actually. It was a thing her and her brother used to do(they were twins). It was originally just a joke, they loved watching alien documentaries together, and would joke about being abducted. After he passed away, it was a way to let out her grief, and carry on the tradition.

Now Iā€™m just sad.

@croccin-champagne

I can fix that by mentioning that her friends and boyfriend later on in life end up joining her, so basically three teen boys and one girl screaming at the sky in the middle of a cornfield at like eleven at night.

@primaldesire

AAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!
"Martha, get my gun. It's those damn kids again."

I know I shouldn't be laughing but this is funny.

@SupernaturalSyGuyIsTIred group

The family tradition in one of my stories is that the bride has to get married in the same dress that her maternal grandmother got married in. The dress can be altered for a more perfect fit, and can even be made into a whole new dress. Alternatively, the bride, with her grandmother's permission, can choose to take a piece of the old dress, and make it part of a new one.

@Echo_6 group

Every year to mark when summer is, my race of ninja elves have this giant game of Hide'n'seek-tag. The only limits are the fact that they have to stay within the forest of Rothe which is large enough to take up a good chunk of the U.S.