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Each creature has a story to tell, with delightful lore and adventure hooks to help make them ready to deploy into your campaign as either friends or foes.


  • Team up with Santa Claus to save Christmas, or face down the jolly old dwarf and prepare to meet the brunt of his powerful spells and magical candy cane staff. 

  • Can you quell the sorrow of the Radiant Reindeer, fueled by mighty celestial powers but burdened by a troubled past? 

  • Are your wassailing skills a match for the Mari Lwyd? 

  • Can you brave the dual elements of fire and ice wielded by Jacquie Frost?


31 pages of new allies and adversaries abound, with countless stories awaiting inside, including 3 hi-res postcards showcasing some amazing holiday artwork.. Read more in the full preview to find out, and create your own holiday memories as you adventure alongside(or against!) more than a dozen unforgettable Christmas creatures.


@CurseofSebs says:

"From the shining example of festive cheer that is the electrum dragon, Santa Claus and white elephant to the unholy humbugs of the gilded treant, grumbler and Krampus, and the queen of the in between, Jacquie Frost, this is a supplement filled with the spirit of the season! The tongue-in-cheek Holiday cheer will be enforced by the snowman-at-arms if necessary! With such thoughtful and fun hooks as gift-wrapping presents for a demanding dragon, an incongruous team up with Krampus to save Santa Claus or wrangling or even redeeming unruly Yule lads, rich and creamy lore and truly gorgeous and playful artwork this is truly the gift that keeps on giving!"

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Eric M January 01, 2021 10:10 pm UTC
Fantastic job!! Almost every DM I know (myself included) loves to run holiday one-shots, and the beasts in here are enough to last the better part of a decade!!
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Viola P December 08, 2020 5:34 am UTC
I think my favorite character is the Gilded Treant. It's a really fun concept, and I love that it isn't just a jolly old tree in the holiday spirit. Who knew a Christmas tree could catch Dragon Greed (Yes, I'm a total LOTR nerd)? I'm thinking of doing a crossover with the first or second adventure hook and The Lord of the Rings where either Sauron or Sarumon has cursed Treebeard.

Does anybody have suggestions for some mods I could make to the Shower of Ornaments table to turn up the LOTR factor without losing the Christmas vibe?
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Lucas A December 08, 2020 5:52 am UTC
I recommend reskinning some of the existing ornaments, such as a painted figurine of The Grumbler with a painted figurine of Smaug and other famous/notorious Lotr characters in place of the trinkets that reference the christmas characters. You should also add a "mysterious ring with elvish inscriptions" that actually mean nothing and are silly gibberish.
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Lucas A December 08, 2020 5:58 am UTC
probably more popular folk legends, like tom bombadil then dire and foul legends like sauron though
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Bum L December 08, 2020 6:58 am UTC
Seasons greetings from a fellow Tolkien nerd :) Here’s a mod for the Shower of Ornaments table for a Middle-Earth game. Happy holidays!

1d20 Random Trinket
1 A wooden pipe with a long stem
2 A garland of glass baubles with the label “Made in Bree-land’
3 A gingerbread hobbit hole
4 A cracked snow globe (which shows glimpses of other snow globes)
5 A small stone figurine of a dwarf sitting on a throne
6 A miniature rocking horse with “Shadowfax” etched in childlike letters
7 A cotton doll of a white oliphaunt
8 A scrap of mithril chainmail
9 A brooch shaped like the leaf of a beech tree
10 A small bell engraved with a scene of the Brandywine River
11 A porcelain gravy boat from the Prancing Pony
12 A collector’s mug shaped like Tom Bombadil
13 A handwritten letter signed by Fredegar Bolger
14 The hilt of a broken sword
15 A jar full of mushrooms with the label “from Farmer Maggot’s”
16...See more
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Viola P December 09, 2020 4:22 am UTC
This is awesome! Thank you so much!
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Calenlas D December 04, 2020 4:29 am UTC
My favorite monster is definitely the snowman at-arms! I'm thinking of incorporating them into a Christmas campaign I had been planning before where Santa became cursed by a an evil sorcerer who had received coal the previous Christmas. The curse turned Santa evil causing him to wage a war of holiday cheer, and I hadn't chosen what his army was comprised of yet - now I have the perfect answer! Snowmen at-arms!
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Lucas A December 04, 2020 4:38 am UTC
Excellent! We designed the snowmen to be good low cr grunts. After all, it would be way too brutal to face an army of gilded treants or krampuses.
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Jonathan S December 08, 2020 12:47 am UTC
That's awesome! I feel like they can be deceptively powerful in groups, and especially if a DM takes advantage of their terrain and snowball abilities - makes it really hard for a party to advance and close the gap.
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Calenlas D December 08, 2020 4:49 am UTC
Right? Plus, it's just fun to imagine an army of snowmen gliding over the snow and ice as they pummel you with snowballs. It's the ultimate snowball fight!
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