It is time for the Bach-nal.

Bach-nal was a Pylean term that translated to "a ritual beheading." During the Bach-nal, a honored warrior was chosen to swing an axe called Crebbil and behead a human slave, whose body was then eaten.

Behind the Scenes Edit

  • Although the word Bach-Nal is made up, its roots are obviously in the word "Bacchanalia" which was a very large celebration of Bacchus, the Roman god of wine. The celebration was brought to Rome in approximately 200 BCE.

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