Rite of the First FruitsEdit
(Level One) This rite gives thanks to the spirits for a bountiful harvest. Usually performed by Wendigo kinfolk of the lakes region, some Wendigo participate in the rite to solidify their bonds with their human Kin.
No roll is necessary for this rite, but all the participants bring a small bowl of rice to a central place, where smoke from sacred tobacco is used to alert the spirits to the presence of the rice. Grains of rice are then scattered in the four directions as gifts to the spirits, thus ensuing their continuing favor in future seasons of harvest.
Source: Croatan Song.