Walpurgisnacht, known in English as Walpurgis Night, is the German name for the night of the 30th of April. It is the eve of the feast that celebrates Saint Walpurga.
In Germanic folklore, Walpurgisnacht is also known as “Hexennacht” - which literally translates as “witches night” - and is the night that witches gather upon the highest peak in the Harz Mountains in central Germany.
Walpurgisnacht is celebrated throughout Europe (Germany, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Sweden, Denmark, Slovenia, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), in locally varying forms.
- belgium with long, poofy hair - netherlands and denmark trying and failing to pull off each others’ usual hairstyles - switzerland convincing liechtenstein to grow her hair out long again - liechtenstein with long hair - nyo russia with short hair
- monaco being frustrated about having short hair and not managing to grow it out - france comforting her and even saying he could cut some of his own hair off for her - monaco refusing because she loves how france’s hair looks
- poland with short hair begging lithuania to get short hair also - poland with short hair - poland with hair - poland - seychelles with tiny, short pigtails - nyo norway getting fed up with long hair and cutting it like regular finland’s - nyo denmark constantly mistaking nyo norway for regular finland - nyo norway sighing and looking irritated every single time - czech republic with long hair - iceland doing literally everything he can and spending hours just trying to get his hair to not look so much like norway’s - norway effortlessly moving his hairclip like an inch to the side and suddenly their haircuts are really similar again much to iceland’s frustration - but he does it with a straight face and finland and denmark burst out laughing in the background at ice’s horrified expression and nor’s neutrality - wy with really long wavy hair - china and japan arguing over whether short or long hair looks better on japan - ‘but china-san it didn’t really suit me though’ ‘mY BABY I MISS YOUR FLOWING LOCKS ARU THEY WERE BEAUTIFUL WHY DID YOU HAVE TO CUT THEM OFF’ ‘china-san prease’
Note, not all of these things are necessarily bad. Just having some fun!
(Non-replica refers to a production where the staging/design/choreography is not the same as London/Broadway etc. Includes: Restaged UK/US Tour, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Estonia, Romania, Finland/Gothenburg, and the 2004 movie)
That’s it! Finally, it’s done! I did my best and even if it’s not perfect i really hope you’ll like it. Please, take the time to have a look ! :D
MAKE PASTA NOT WAR
(and if you don’t mind it, and ONLY if you don’t, reblog it to convey the message. Plus, this take part of a college project on the importance of online art. ONLY IF YOU LIKE IT.) Edit: //OH MY, YOU’RE CRAZY, I WANT TO HUG YOU ALL! COME HERE!!//
Connor Murphy (U.S.A.), Christian Dvorak (U.S.A.), Clayton Keller (U.S.A.), Tobias Rieder (Germany), Oliver Ekman-Larsson (Sweden), David Musil (Czech Republic)
J.T. Compher (U.S.A.), Carl Soderberg (Sweden), Gabriel Landeskog (Sweden), Tyson Barrie (Canada), Matt Duchene (Canada), Nathan MacKinnon (Canada), Calvin Pickard (Canada), Mikko Rantanen (Finland)
Nick Bjugstad (U.S.A.), Rihards Bukarts (Latvia), Jason Demers (Canada), Mike Matheson (Canada), Denis Malgin (Switzerland; injury reserve)
Jack Eichel (U.S.A.), Zemgus Girgensons (Latvia), Ryan O'Reilly (Canada)
Dylan Larkin (U.S.A.), Jimmy Howard (U.S.A.), Danny DeKeyser (U.S.A.), Petr Mrazek (Czech Republic)
Charlie McAvoy (U.S.A.)
New York Islanders:
Anders Lee (U.S.A.), Brock Nelson (U.S.A.), Thomas Greiss (Germany), Dennis Seidenberg (Germany), Calvin De Haan (Canada)
Noah Hanifin (U.S.A.), Elias Lindholm (Sweden), Eddie Lack (Sweden), Joakim Nordstrom (Sweden), Victor Rask (Sweden), Jeff Skinner (Canada), Sebastian Aho (Finland)
Trevor Van Riemsdyk (U.S.A.), Marcus Kruger (Sweden)
Patrick Bjorkstrand (Denmark)
Patrick Russell (Denmark), Jesse Puljujarvi (Finland)
Jacob Trouba (U.S.A.), Andrew Copp (U.S.A.), Connor Hellebucyk (U.S.A.), Nikolaj Ehlers (Denmark), Eric Comrie (Canada), Josh Morrissey (Canada), Mark Scheifele (Canada), Jan Kostalek (Czech Republic)
Roman Lyubimov (Russia), Ivan Provorov (Russia), Travis Konecny (Canada), Sean Couturier (Canada), Wayne Simmonds (Canada), Claude Giroux (Canada), Valtteri Filppula (Finland), Pierre-Edouard Bellemare (France)
Andrei Vasilevskiy (Russia), Nikita Kucherov (Russia), Vladislav Namestnikov (Russia), Anton Stralman (Sweden), Victor Hedman (Sweden), Brayden Point (Canada), Alex Killorn (Canada), Tanner Richard (Switzerland; injury reserve)
New York Rangers:
Alexei Bereglazov (Russia)
John Klingberg (Sweden), Julius Honka (Finland), Antoine Roussel (France)
Joel Eriksson-Ek (Sweden), Jonas Brodin (Sweden)
William Karlsson (Sweden), Markus Hannikainen (Finland), Dean Kukan (Switzerland)
Alexander Edler (Sweden; injury reserve)