The 1718 Leuda Spring Festival, hosted by the Merchant Guild of Leuda in Leuda itself. It was also the Spring Festival during which the Amy Bolgán of the Tribe of Cork, Envoy of Gavida, was married to the God of Arts and Crafts.
Gabriel von Bülow's Abduction
Noah von Bülow and Liliane Lannaire
Juliana West's Deals with the MGoL
Robert Kastein and the Ilkhanate of Sarepta
During a ceremony at the Principle Temple of Gavida, Amy Bolgán of the Tribe of Cork, the Envoy of Gavida, was married to Him.
The Kjalaran Vessel Tyrannicide brought a shipload of enslaved Selkie back home and thus, as the Selkie were for the first time in a major way visibly at the receiving end of slavery, began a process of rethinking. The SDF-Navy had planned to name the third vessel of the Sealgaire-class Helicopter Carriers SDFS Rímharú in Tyrannicides honour.
During the 2010s, the University of Leuda started a post-graduate programm and research project about the international trade in the 18th century from the Lands of the Selkie into the entire world. Soon, the 1718 Leuda Spring Festival was put into the focus of the researchers because it was well documented. In 2018, after an announcement concerning the research project, the GKTC of Kuronami announced its participation in the project.
Important Selkie and Kyrenaian Characters involved
- Liliane Lannaire of the Tribe of Louth.
- Finnegan Lastóir of the Tribe of Monaghan, Guild Master.
- Lennon Grainc of the Tribe of Cork, Representative of the Mercenary Guild of Redruth.
- Morgane Dorcha of the Tribe of Tipperary, Captain of Leuda's City Guard.
- Finnegan Raon of the Tribe of Monaghan, Captain of the Faoileán Scadán.
- Master Finnegan Ceannaitheoir of the Tribe of Wicklow, Guild Master of the MGoL, Spice Trader.
- Siham Tajir|Siham Tajir, Merchant in the services of the Ilkhan of Sarepta.
- Alsiyad, a Kyrenaian trade vessel.