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America and Romano love sitting in libraries together and reading. It surprised Romano when he saw how much America enjoyed reading, and how calm he could be. (Although America mainly reads comics).

Clan of Henghul

Clan of Henghul
The Clan of Henghul is a lodge of sorcerers that make their home in the high peaks that divide Thelesia and Romeria. The clan practices ancient rites of magick that were believed lost during the long emigration from Romeria to Thelesia. The lodge is founded on the unverified belief that the wizard Hunwald the Magnificent had a twin brother of greater power.
In their remote mountain villages the sorcerers of the Clan of Henghul practice a mix of ritual magick and primitive shamanism. A reclusive lot few have had meaningful interactions with members of the clan leaving us with little knowledge of their philosophy and motivations. I do know that the Dhurz savages fear the sorcerers believing them to have the ability to shapeshift into dire bears.

“In the wilderness Hunwald shed his primal self leaving the disembodied spirit to dwell forever alone. The lost essence was eventually found and in the power of belief given new form and power. The brother of Hunwald was never a being of flesh but simply fragmented part of his nature.”
-Archibald Graywater

Romería
Cada año la virgen de Zapopan es paseada por la gran mayoría de los templos de la ciudad de Guadalajara y durante estos traslados existe una romería de gente acompañándola y las calles son adornadas a su paso.

Each year the Virgin of Zapopan is paraded by the vast majority of temples in the city of Guadalajara, and during these transfers there is a procession of people accompanying her and the streets are adorned in their wake.

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Romeria. in Rota.

The following text is from Wikipedia.

The Romería de El Rocío is a procession/pilgrimage on the second day of the Pentecost to the Hermitage of El Rocío in the countryside of Almonte, Province of Huelva, Andalusia, Spain, in honor of the Virgin of El Rocío. In recent years the Romería has brought together roughly a million pilgrims each year. The pilgrimage dates from 1653, when the Virgin of Las Rocinas was appointed patron saint of Almonte. Originally it took place on 8 September. Since 1758, the Virgin has been known as the Virgin of El Rocío, and the pilgrimage has taken place on the second day of Pentecost. 

Romano taught America Latin at one point, and they’ll send each other “secret” messages in Latin.