October 30 is the Feast Day of Saint Rien, patron of small non-working mechanical devices. He is represented as a penguin, crowned with the sun, holding a broken pocket-watch. Saint Rien was spared from martyrdom when the tyrant holding him overslept, owing to a malfunctioning water clock. The extra three hours of sleep put him in a good mood and he pardoned the criminals of the day, forgetting that Saint Rien was among their number. By the time he recalled his mistake, Saint Rien had taken a fast horse out of town. Saint Rien eventually led a large priory and died of extreme old age.