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Santa’s workshop has gone dark. When approached by Santa’s wife,
and the spouses of the elves who work within, the doors and windows
magically seal up. They cannot get in.
Mrs. Kringle and Cinnamon
Jingle quietly approach you. They plead their case and request help. As
dedicated shopping mall Santas, sworn to uphold the Kringle Code, how
can you refuse?
This is written with old school Gygaxian style games in mind.
|Yule of the Yeti|
The Yetis are losing their homelands as humans encroach on their
Himalayan environs. They have decided to take over the Santa Lands as
This shouldn't be too much of a stretch for
anybody. High fantasy around the myth of Santa Claus -- SPOILER! -- is
nothing new. Since his remaking from Saint Nicholas into a jolly old
wizard of gift giving for Yule Time cheer that's been going on for
centuries, folks have been making Gary Gygax look staid as a fantasist.
Reindeer landing on roofs and a velvet clad man sliding down a chimney
in the middle of winter is just the beginning. The North Pole wasn't
just a place for explorer sailors to die, it became Santa's home and
where his workshop was. Elves and a magical missus would pop up to
explain the impossible productivity going on there. The age of TV would
take things into fantastic realms of science fiction and the Wild West.
Santa would take on the Martians of Mars and help out the fictitious
version of Billy the Kid. As far as I know yetis are not yet that much
of a staple for the Christmas Holiday, but ever since I watched the
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer special with the Abominable Snow Man, I
can't live without them.
Made for Red Bat.
The Santa Lands
At one time this magical place was permanently attached to where
the Earth's North Pole was astronomically. Because of recent climatic
trends, it generally stays near the North Pole but not necessarily as
often as it used to. The area has since broken free and will magically
move to where ever the temperature is below freezing.
Made for Red Bat.
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