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Rakash Moots, or Great Moots, are community events focused on the Rakash race as a whole. At these gatherings, games are played and stories are shared in the hopes of bringing individuals together. They are generally hosted every few game years, but this is subject to the whim of the organizers.   
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The most common and universal type of Rakash cultural gathering is the moot (also sometimes called a Great Moot).   
  
==Past Moots==
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A moot is a gathering of Rakash who are coming together to share stories, eat celebration foods, and generally enjoy the company of other Rakash.  Moots can be serious or just social, depending on the topics at hand and the stated intent of the Rakash who called for the moot to occur. 
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Moots are generally quite large gatherings and are considered to be open to all Rakash who can travel to the location in which the moot is being held.  They are, at their base, a representation of what the Rakash call The Great Pack, the concept that all Rakash are a part of the whole of the Rakash people, and are intrinsically connected to one another. 
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==Some Past Moots==
  
 
* [[Rakash Moot 396]]
 
* [[Rakash Moot 396]]

Revision as of 12:28, 6 March 2018

The most common and universal type of Rakash cultural gathering is the moot (also sometimes called a Great Moot).

A moot is a gathering of Rakash who are coming together to share stories, eat celebration foods, and generally enjoy the company of other Rakash. Moots can be serious or just social, depending on the topics at hand and the stated intent of the Rakash who called for the moot to occur.

Moots are generally quite large gatherings and are considered to be open to all Rakash who can travel to the location in which the moot is being held. They are, at their base, a representation of what the Rakash call The Great Pack, the concept that all Rakash are a part of the whole of the Rakash people, and are intrinsically connected to one another.

Some Past Moots