Wakemeet was a winter holiday among the people of Barseg. During Wakemeet, Barsegi children dressed as evil spirits and were visited by their neighbors, who offered the children sweets in return for a blessing for the year.

Wakemeet was related to several more somber winter holidays among other Tionese that included repentance, offerings to appease demons, and the veneration of symbols of Xim the Despot, known as The Devouring. Scholars believed for thousands of years that this holiday memorialized a real event, and it was ultimately discovered by Bleys Harand that the Devouring was a forgotten commemoration of a campaign of genocide waged by the Hutts against the Kiirium Reaches.


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