This three-day festival is held annually every autumn in the city of Amadahi. Sponsored by Murelu’s Church, it is in effect one continuous party. It celebrates Murelu’s gifts to mortal kind: cunning, wit, and good cheer. An abundance of food, drink, and entertainment of all sorts form the bulk of the celebrations. There are parties for all socioeconomic classes, all of whom are free of charge; the price of admission is that one wears a different costume for every day of the festival, without revealing one’s true identity. The famous markets of the city overflow with commerce, and it is said that one can find any service (legal or illegal) readily available during the festival if one knows whom to ask.
The festival gets its name from the “thousand masks”, or disguises, that Murelu is said to have donned throughout his existence.