Welcome back to D&D Saturday. Here at Icygeek we don’t get to do as much celebrating on Christmas as we would like: no room for a tree, no money for gifts, few people to give gifts too. But we do love the music and we do love the idea of gifting. Consider that the two big figures involving the holiday involve giving: Saint Nicholas giving presents to good boys and girls, and Jesus eventually giving his life for man’s sins. It is in that spirit that we present another new warlock pact for 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons: the Santa Pact. No, not a Santa Clause, but a Pact, heavily inspired by the book The Autobiography of Santa Claus.
Tag Archives: Christmas
D&D Special: Santa’s Villager Background
As a make good for having to skip D&D Saturday, this holiday weekend we are celebrating with three days of giftgiving. Today’s is a new backgroun: the Santa’s Villager
Potshotting: Santa’s Little Helper
Instead of reviewing a Christmas classic, we are instead looking at the new film Santa’s Little Helper, featuring the Miz and Paige, both from WWE. Is this a fun Christmas flick, or bloody dreadful. Well…
Potshotting: Mickey’s Christmas Carol
Continuing our series of reviewing Christmas cartoons, here is our review of Mickey’s Christmas Carol…potshot style. This was taken from the airing of of show on ABC Family.
Potshoting: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Its been a Christmas tradition for 51 years, but still it deserves to be potshotted, err…reviewed. So here is the official Icygeek review of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer…potshot style.
Potshotting: Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tales
In order to have all the commercials a modern broadcaster wants, and to not cut out anything from a Christmas classic like A Charlie Brown Christmas, it was decided to make it an hour long. How does one do this? They do it by throwing a bunch of paint on some animation cels and hope it works out well. That is the story behind Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tales. Is it as good as the classic? Weeell…
Potshotting: A Charlie Brown Christmas
I will be doing my “potshotting” of classic Christmas cartoons this year. What better way to start than with “A Charlie Brown Christmas”?