Hold onto your Lederhosen! ABC Oktoberfest Designer Gacha Shells are here!
Oktoberfest is here! Bring on the brass bands playing the polka and oompah music… alongside the traditional folk dancers and yodelers. Time to feast on the best and authentic German food such as Bratwurst (sausage) and Laugenbrezel (pretzel) are abundant. Of course, there is also a plethora of Bier (beer).
Prost! = Cheers!
There are 8 of each in the gacha machine and each try is only L$75. Please remember these are for SHELLS ONLY. You must already have the food/salt in your account for the shells to activate.
The boxes are transferable to share or trade as long as they have NOT been REZZED OUT yet. Once the box has been rezzed it’s no longer transferable!!
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Crown Prince Ludwig, later to become King Ludwig I, was married to Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen on 12th October 1810. The citizens of Munich were invited to attend the festivities held on the fields in front of the city gates to celebrate the happy royal event. The fields have been named Theresienwiese (“Theresa’s fields”) in honor of the Crown Princess ever since, although the locals have since abbreviated the name simply to the “Wies’n”.
Horse races in the presence of the Royal Family marked the close of the event that was celebrated as a festival for the whole of Bavaria. The decision to repeat the horse races in the subsequent year gave rise to the tradition of the Oktoberfest.
The Oktoberfest continues in 1811
In 1811 an added feature to the horse races was the first Agricultural Show, designed to boost Bavarian agriculture. The horse races, which were the oldest and – at one time – the most popular event of the festival are no longer held today. But the Agricultural Show is still held every three years during the Oktoberfest on the southern part of the festival grounds.
In the first few decades the choice of amusements was sparse. The first carousel and two swings were set up in 1818. Visitors were able to quench their thirst at small beer stands which grew rapidly in number. In 1896 the beer stands were replaced by the first beer tents and halls set up by enterprising landlords with the backing of the breweries.
The remainder of the festival site was taken up by a fun-fair. The range of carousels etc. on offer was already increasing rapidly in the 1870s as the fairground trade continued to grow and develop in Germany.
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