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SantaCrawl: A Santa Lands Scenario for OSR Games

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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?

Looking for a way to bring your medieval campaign players into SantaCrawl? One of our customers came up with a cool way to use Snow for this purpose.

This is written with old school Gygaxian style games in mind.

A print version is available from the Peryton Publishing web page.

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Ed S December 24, 2022 3:31 pm UTC
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Looks like I found what I was looking for. A little too modern for me, but that is easily modified on the fly to fit a more medieval fantasy flavor - I use Old School Essentials. (I usually modify everything I use anyways so no worries). I like the whole point crawl theme due to it being a single shot session. Thank you for keeping the price affordable.
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Tom L December 26, 2022 4:44 pm UTC
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Thank you Ed for your flexibility. My Santa Land takes have been a result of folks like my wife, she wrote "Snow," doing twists on D&D scenarios where things go modern. Your feedback is encouraging for my Holiday treat scenarios.
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This title was added to our catalog on December 23, 2022.