A Right Jolly Old Elf? It’s the Sinterklaas Paragon Path!

"I'm the best there is at what I do, and what I do isn't very jolly."

To get your D&D game in the holiday spirit, you could tie jingle bells to your horse, hang mistletoe on your helm, or wrap your greataxe in garland. Or, you could just be Sinterklaas (the old Dutch version of Saint Nicholas upon which certain Christmas traditions are based). Ho Ho Hoooooooooooooooooooooo!

Sinterklaas is primarily a mobile healing engine, but if you’re on his naughty list, he can dish out some punishment, too. There’s an easy way to tell if you’re on the naughty list: are you an orc, goblin, drow, illithid, bugbear, hobgoblin, zombie, lich, vampire, chromatic dragon, demon, devil, or an aberration? Then probably the answer is yes.

You can read and print the Sinterklaas Paragon Path pdf below, or hit the disk icon and save a copy. Here’s a regular download link, too, in case the pdf embed doesn’t work: Sinterklaas.pdf.

[If you’re looking for more two-fisted Christmas action, check out last year’s Santa vs. Kringus storyline from PVP, featuring Jingle Force Five and the Kringernaut. Definitely one of my favorite web comic arcs ever. -Ed]

7 Responses to A Right Jolly Old Elf? It’s the Sinterklaas Paragon Path!

  1. Hm, I tried changing it to a flash version, but that didn’t work for me on Firefox. But the Shockwave one doesn’t work for me on IE. Well, I’ll leave the Shockwave one there for anyone who can see it, and the regular download link will have to suffice for everyone else.

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