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The vernal equinox each year marks the sacred time of “The Rite of Passage,” the annual tradition in which a new group of younglings are sent out into the wilderness to prove their worth to the tribe, and hopefully, to return and be accepted as adults within their neolithic jungle community.
The Rite of Passage is a long-standing tribal tradition in which sub-adults of 18 seasons or older are sent out into the wilderness to test their worthiness to attain adult rights and privileges within the tribe. The goals are simple, but quite dangerous. Younglings are expected to survive on their own for a full week, and to return to the tribe bearing at least one working artifacts of the ancients. What constitutes a “working artifact of the ancients” may vary greatly according to the judgments of the tribal elders and the accompanying story supplied by the hopeful passage survi- vor. But it is a fact that those who return with a “working” vacuum beverage container and those who return with an artifact weapon tend to be assigned differing statuses and adult roles within the tribe.Tags: Apocalyptic, Beginners, Combat, Exploration, Investigation, Light, Sci-Fi, Strong storyline