“Each staff person is assigned a dignitary family to tend to. All of the dignitaries are pleasant and, often times, the staff is invited along on their dinners and trips. Even later on once they leave, the staff still receives letters and invitations until they return the next year.”
“Preparation starts early. The guests begin arriving weeks before the dinner. Tea is served twice a day according to custom.”
“Dignitaries from all over the world gather here for the feast. Some of the masters are more exotic than their mounts. Humans and non-humans alike come together for the festivities.”
“Every four winters the Supreme Consulate invites dignitaries from around the world to a special dinner. The dinner: The Tricon Rugara.”
For the 14 days leading up to Christmas, we thought we’d pull out 14 watercolor paintings that describe the preparation of a glorious feast! Enjoy The Tricon Rugara as we head into winter (or summer if you’re one of our Southern Hemisphere friends).
You can see them all collected here.